State capture may have cost South Africa R100bn, Police Minister Bheki Cele "declares war" on Cape Flats criminals and see 20 striking pictures from Israeli-Gaza border clashes.
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Patricia de Lille will be a "lame duck" mayor, with the DA caucus calling the shots in the city, Deputy Mayor Ian Neilson has said after an interim court order effectively restored her to her post.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has told reporters according to early estimates, state capture may have cost South Africa R100bn or more.
With land expropriation on the cards and stakeholders already buying into the process, the big challenge is turning expropriated land into productive businesses that contribute to the economy, say experts.
Bulls coach, John Mitchell, has named a squad of 26 players to travel to Buenos Aires where they will meet the Jaguares.
The FC Barcelona players are paid handsomely – but not by business-mogul standards.
The first trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody is out and it will give you goosebumps.
Police Minister Bheki Cele has "declared war" on criminals across the Cape Flats, announcing that extra officers will be deployed for the next 90 days to "squeeze" any bad elements.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has survived a vote of no confidence in the provincial legislature.
A high-level Muslim Judicial Council delegation has visited the Imam Hussain Mosque in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal, where one person was killed and two injured during an attack.
Israel is bracing for a second day of violent clashes as Palestinians mark the "Nakba" (catastrophe), marking the 1948 war which led to Israel's creation.
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