Zuma’s doctor says he can’t attend state capture inquiry: Zondo issues summons against Zuma
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Zuma’s doctor says he can’t attend state capture inquiry: Zondo issues summons against Zuma

Former president Jacob Zuma was set to appear at the state capture inquiry this week.…

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‘Will level 1 lead to a second wave?’: Wits professor gives insight into SA’s Covid-19 strategy
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‘Will level 1 lead to a second wave?’: Wits professor gives insight into SA’s Covid-19 strategy

With alert level 1 under way, South Africa has endured trials and tribulations since the…

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Dope! Harties coffee shop offers ‘A to Zol’ way to grow your own weed
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Dope! Harties coffee shop offers ‘A to Zol’ way to grow your own weed

‘Die Joint’ is a 420-friendly coffee shop and nursery in Hartebeespoort in the North West.…

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Renowned human rights advocate George Bizos laid to rest in Johannesburg
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Renowned human rights advocate George Bizos laid to rest in Johannesburg

Famed South African advocate George Bizos was commemorated during a category one state funeral on…

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“Mastermind” school teacher convicted of kidnapping and extortion along with co-accused
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“Mastermind” school teacher convicted of kidnapping and extortion along with co-accused

Tharina Human, the “mastermind” behind the kidnapping of a six-year-old girl in 2019 , was…

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Gatherings, eased curfew and international travel: SA to move to lockdown level 1
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Gatherings, eased curfew and international travel: SA to move to lockdown level 1

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on September 16 2020 that South Africa will be moving to…

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‘We are starving!’ SA artists protest lack of government support in Pretoria
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‘We are starving!’ SA artists protest lack of government support in Pretoria

A small contingent of artists, musicians and creatives protested at the Union buildings in Pretoria…

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From cars to Covid: 2000 locally produced ventilators to boost SA’s pandemic fight.
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From cars to Covid: 2000 locally produced ventilators to boost SA’s pandemic fight.

South Africa’s fight against Covid-19 has been given a boost with 2000 locally produced non-invasive ventilators…

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Making ends ‘meat’: game reserve sells meat from culled animals to soften Covid-19 blow
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Making ends ‘meat’: game reserve sells meat from culled animals to soften Covid-19 blow

To make ends meet, Somkhanda Game Reserve, in the North West province, is selling meat…

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No showers? No sweat – gyms glad to reopen after five months
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No showers? No sweat – gyms glad to reopen after five months

Gyms across SA were allowed to reopen on August 18 2020 as the country entered…

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