Radio DJ Sasha Martinengo has been dismissed from Hot 91.9FM with immediate effect; Namibian President Hage Geingob says the country should give “careful consideration” to expropriating land; and Shocking video footage has emerged of two U19 players involved in a fight over the weekend.
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Former national coach Jake White says a defensive-minded approach is the way forward for the Springboks.
Namibian President Hage Geingob says the southern African country should give “careful consideration” to expropriating land because the principle of having willing buyers and sellers hasn’t delivered results.
EFF leader Julius Malema says his party will approach the courts should Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene "lie" under oath during his testimony at the commission of inquiry into state capture.
Affidavits filed by two children of the "Springs monster" make for grim reading. On August 16 in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, Judge Eben Jordaan found the accused guilty of raping his eldest daughter, who was 16 at the time, the attempted murder of his then 11-year-old son, defeating the ends of justice, obstruction of justice, five counts of child abuse and five counts of child neglect.
Radio DJ Sasha Martinengo has been dismissed from Hot 91.9FM with immediate effect, following comments made during an on-air broadcast on the Breakfast Show on Tuesday.
Shocking video footage has emerged of two U19 players - one from Eastern Province and one from Western Province - involved in a fight over the weekend.
The man accused of raping a 7-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Dros restaurant in Pretoria has refused to hand over his cellphone to assist the State with its investigation.
The Duchess of Cambridge has returned to her royal duties after five months of maternity leave.
South Africans consistently rank crime among their top concerns, second only to unemployment. Between 2003 and 2015, 79% of people surveyed annually by the country’s Human Sciences Research Council were dissatisfied with the government’s efforts to reduce crime.
It took a single word for his life to change forever. “Sanibonani,” he said to a roomful of TV industry bigwigs – and that was it.
A spectator struck by a golf ball at last weekend's Ryder Cup said she has lost the sight in her right eye and is planning to sue organisers.
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