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EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu held a press conference on Monday afternoon, to share the party's sympathies, after the passing of ANC veteran Ben Turok.
Back from their 2019 global tour, SA's favourite duo return to Cape Town shores with their unmistakable sound perfectly suited for celebrating Summer.
The ultimate summer job takes hard work and dedication, according to these two locals from Pletternberg Bay.
Proteas Test skipper Faf du Plessis wants South African cricket to move on following their off-field issues and states that focus should be the upcoming England tour.
This is an incredibly rare and beautifully captured encounter between a cute baby nyala who goes head to head with a leopard – quite literally!
Alleged sex offender Willem Breytenbach has been granted R50 000 bail during his first appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court.
Tucked away between a cluster of shacks, Fernando Mucavela created a palace in the middle of Joe Slovo Park. The builder who works on site, building homes for others, says he had a dream of creating a palace for himself.
Two luxury cars that belonged to late Bosasa CEO Gavin Watson went under the hammer at an auction at the African Global smart campus in Krugersdorp on Wednesday.
News24 takes you on a tour inside late Bosasa boss Gavin Watson's headquarters in Krugersdorp. Bosasa, now known as African Global, will have its' assets auctioned off to the highest bidders on Wednesday.
The arrest of former teacher and media executive and alleged sexual predator Willem Breytenbach was nearly a non-event as Breytenbach was nowhere to be found when police arrived at his mother's seaside home in Reebok on Tuesday.
South Africa's Branden Grace jokes that he had to buy his shorts at the Pro Shop as a heatwave at Leopard Creek sees golfers wearing shorts for the first time in European Tour history.
While shoppers eagerly lined up outside the Game in Canal Walk, ready to search for the best bargains, the staff were breaking it down in preparation for the swarms of consumers.
The three major parties in the City of Johannesburg council will have to go back to the drawing board to ensure their respective candidates take over as mayor after the mayoral election was postponed on Thursday.
2010 Masters champion Charl Schwartzel is making his long-awaited return to action at the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek after being sidelined with a wrist injury.