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Alleged Nigerian internet dating scammers due in court for bail applications

The Nigerian men, who investigators said belonged to an international crime syndicate called the Black Axe, are accused of creating…

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Sapu highlights staff shortage issue in wake of WC police station robbery

On Saturday, three armed thieves disarmed officials at the Sir Lowry’s Pass satellite police station and held them at gunpoint…

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7 years after Senzo Meyiwa’s murder, AfriForum says mastermind still not caught

Former Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa was shot dead while visiting his girlfriend, Kelly Khumalo, at her mother’s home in…

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Stage 2 power cuts to start on Tuesday and continue to Saturday – Eskom

Stage 2 power cuts to start on Tuesday and continue to Saturday – Eskom The power utility said that this…

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Aspen launches anaesthetics production line

The use of general anaesthetics has increased since the outset of the pandemic, as they are needed to support COVID-19…

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AfriForum: Mastermind behind Senzo Meyiwa’s murder still out there

The lobby group has been helping the family of the slain soccer star with investigations while the case drags on.…

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WC matriculants to kick off finals exams with English papers

In the Western Cape, nearly 74,073 pupils will write the National Senior Certificate exams. FILE: The Western Cape Department of…

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13-year-old Thyneeca Adonis needs your help to get her eyesight back

The girl from Lotus River was diagnosed with Keratoconus a month ago and has 90% vision loss in her right…

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Gauteng residents warned of flooded roads as heavy rain hits

Gauteng residents warned of flooded roads as heavy rain hits Some parts of Johannesburg and Tshwane are already experiencing localised…

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Phaahla: We need to improve community-based care for mental health services

Health Minister Joe Phaahla led a national dialogue on Monday on the issue as the world marks mental health month.…

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