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Hawks Say Five Suspects in Estina Scandal Still at Large

Acting National Head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks), Lieutenant-General Yolisa Matakata, says the crime busting unit is still on the hunt...

Michael Jackson Show Starring South African Singer Hits New Zealand

South Africans in New Zealand have the opportunity this month to watch Northern Cape performer, Dantanio Goodman, star as Michael Jackson in Showtime Australia's...

Lupita Nyong’o to Star in Movie of Trevor Noah’s Book ‘Born a Crime’

South African comedian Trevor Noah says he is "in heaven" since signing Hollywood star Lupita Nyong’o to star in and co-produce the movie based...

Missing Search and Rescue K9 Dog Found Thanks to Teamwork

Proving that ALL members of the team are important, a group of members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in the Eastern Cape...

Well Known Nottingham Road Station Burnt to the Ground, KZN, South Africa

Famous KwaZulu-Natal landmark, Nottingham Road Rail Station, burnt to the ground on Wednesday. Watch video below. Nottingham Road Hotel posted the video on Facebook and...

‘Minister of Instagram’ Gigaba Jokes About Candy Crush Rehab

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba joked about his Candy Crush 'addiction' during his 2018 Budget Speech in Parliament on Wednesday... laying to rest any suspicions...

KFC Learns The Hard Way: Don’t Dump A South African! #KFCCrisis

KFC restaurants around the UK are remaining closed for the fourth day because of a chicken shortage... caused by the fast food chain dumping...

Reactions to #Budget2018: “The Poor Are Made to Pay for ANC’s Theft”

The ANC government is "making the people of South Africa pay back the money that they have stolen", claimed Mmusi Maimane after Wednesday...

R6 Billion Allocated Towards Drought Relief in South Africa

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says R6 billion has been allocated towards drought relief and to augment public infrastructure investment. The announcement comes as efforts are...
Students protest in Durban, #DurbanShutDown

R57 Billion Set Aside For Free Higher Education in South Africa

Government will spend R57 billion on free higher education over the next three years, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Wednesday. Tabling the 2018 Budget...