Helicopter evacuates trail runner’s body from Table Mountain after two day search
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Helicopter evacuates trail runner’s body from Table Mountain after two day search

Dramatic scenes unfolded on the slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town on July 8…

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Torched trucks block highway after protest against employment of foreigners
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Torched trucks block highway after protest against employment of foreigners

Two trucks used to barricade the N1 highway were set alight during protests by truck…

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Gauteng prepares ‘more than 1.5 million’ gravesites as province braces for Covid-19 peak
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Gauteng prepares ‘more than 1.5 million’ gravesites as province braces for Covid-19 peak

Gauteng health MEC Dr Bandile Masuku along with the provincial Forensic Pathology Services visited Honingnestkrans…

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112 days on life support: A Covid-19 patient is finally recovering after double lung transplant
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112 days on life support: A Covid-19 patient is finally recovering after double lung transplant

A 50-year-old woman was diagnosed with Covid-19 and hospitalised in South Korea in late February…

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South Sudan doctors under fire as country wages war on its people
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South Sudan doctors under fire as country wages war on its people

For a decade, South Sudan has been gripped by waves of civil war and inter-communal…

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‘The dark outsiders’: Who are the founders of SA’s Satanic Church?
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‘The dark outsiders’: Who are the founders of SA’s Satanic Church?

Riaan Swiegelaar and Adri Norton co-founded the SA Satanic Church in February 2020. The reaction…

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Khayelitsha man dragged naked from home opens case and returns to rebuilt shack
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Khayelitsha man dragged naked from home opens case and returns to rebuilt shack

28-year-old Bulelani Qholani, was dragged out of his shack, while naked, by law enforcement officers…

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Tshwane family goes car shopping after botched R5.7m UIF payout meant for 1,400 workers
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Tshwane family goes car shopping after botched R5.7m UIF payout meant for 1,400 workers

A 25-year-old Pretoria warehouse worker allegedly blew through some of the R5.7m in Covid-19 relief…

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Heartbreaking tales of rape at anti-GBV protest outside parliament
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Heartbreaking tales of rape at anti-GBV protest outside parliament

The ‘Anti-GBV Movement’ saw about 200 protesters dressed in black voice their concerns against the…

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Field hospitals have ‘Covid-19 covered … for now’: Western Cape health MEC
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Field hospitals have ‘Covid-19 covered … for now’: Western Cape health MEC

Western Cape provincial health minister Nomafrench Mbombo visited the Cape Town International Convention Centre on…

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