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Who is Bill Gates' 97-year-old divorce lawyer Charlie Munger?
In sickness and in health: Joburg cancer patient fulfills dying wish by marrying his soulmate
Nicholas wasn’t going to let his serious illness stand in the way of his special day.
World in focus: stunning images from the 2021 Sony World Photography Awards
From plague to pandemic, this year’s winning pictures in the Sony World Photography Awards offer drama, pathos, wit and wonder.
It's like hell on Earth: Inside the horror of India's second Covid wave
“The sick can’t get into hospitals, the dead can’t get into crematoria."
This Eastern Cape teen is in desperate need of a stem-cell transplant
He didn’t give it a second thought when he saw the blood at first. Growing up, Axola May had often experienced nosebleeds – but it...
Heidelberg woman escapes house fire that claims the life of her husband
Volunteers and members of the community in Heidelberg in Gauteng tried to save the couple from the flames – but Stephen Trent (54)...
Meet Loretta Harmes, the chef who hasn't eaten for 6 years
It had been seven years since she’d tasted solid food and she was determined to make the most of it.
This grandmother went from being overweight to a record-breaking powerlifter
Mary Duffy spends about 20 hours a week pumping iron in six-hour gym sessions.
WATCH | 3-year-old Durban girl inserts her own prosthetic eye
Parents often celebrate their child’s first milestones, whether it be that first step or first word. The Bowes family, however, had a...
Inside the world’s first Polar Bear Hotel that's caused outrage
If you thought the world couldn’t get any weirder, there’s always something that can boggle your mind.
How one male belly dancer is breaking gender stereotypes
his talented artist is not your average belly dancer.
I didn’t know I was pregnant until I was in labour: first-time mom’s incredible story
Nolly Mdalana of Mthatha was on the pill and had no plans of becoming a mom – but nature found a way.
How 12 of football's elite clubs held the sport to ransom by launching their own Super League
Traitors, snakes, liars. The death of football. The craziest 72 hours in sporting history.
Survivor of the Mozambique terror relives his nightmare: ‘Hiding in a trench saved my life’
For four interminable days Francois van Niekerk and his Mozambican colleague were forced to take cover in a trench to escape the recent...
The Juliet Crew: here’s why South Africa’s only all-female firefighting unit is a force to be reckoned with
Courage, loyalty and hard work – those are the qualities that make South Africa’s only all-female firefighting unit a force to be...
My Octopus Teacher's Craig Foster opens up about how the film changed his life
Never in their wildest dreams did Craig Foster and his team imagine their “little film” would enjoy this kind of success.
The family of Lufuno Mavhunga struggle to come to terms with the teen's death after brutal bullying incident
Lufuno had a bright future but it ended in tragedy when she took her own life
Heartbroken family of SA rugby player Lindelani Myeni who was shot dead in Hawaii speak out about wanting answers
‘If he was white he wouldn’t be dead’
Friends of Pofadder ‘monster’ accused of masterminding her husband’s murder tell of their shock
“I didn’t hear any sounds,” a neighbour says after gruesome killing of hotelier
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