| Bonteheuwel man launches athletics club for children on Cape Flats
"I know there can be a Caster Semenya or Wayne van Niekerk here," says an enthusiastic Riyaad Avontuur, whose new club already has over 50 children from the gang-ravaged area on the Cape Flats.

View Article | WATCH: Inside the ruined Durban church where 13 people died
Dozens of people spent hours pacing the ruined interior of a church after its roof collapsed during mass, leaving 13 people dead in Durban.

View Article | Dagga wedding cake and rusks?! Cops shut down shop on opening day
A shop in Sedgefield that marketed itself as a nursery, health and coffee shop had barely opened its doors when police shut it down after finding food items and other products with cannabis.

View Article | Habib gets roasted after questioning EFF election posters
Wits University Vice-Chancellor Professor Adam Habib found himself the subject of much disdain after questioning the positioning of Economic Freedom Fighters election posters in "upper class" areas in SA.

View Article | Motorist in Gauteng nabbed for driving 196 km/h on N14, Easter holiday arrests scale 500
Well over 500 motorists have been arrested– the majority for drunken driving – since the beginning of the Easter holidays, authorities have said.

View Article | Maimane pays tribute to Aids activist Lucky Mazibuko
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has paid tribute to Lucky Mazibuko for his contribution in the fight against HIV/Aids.

View Article | Land reform report: 'There was no document to sign', says panel chairperson
There has been no final draft report on SA's much debated land reform issue, the chairperson of the expert advisory panel on land reform said on Saturday.

View Article | WATCH AGAIN: Woman rams car into Standard Bank, another pees on FNB floor
Irate banking clients have made headlines in the past month with one crashing a car into a bank branch and another peeing on the floor in full glare of the public eye.

View Article | Nine arrested in Joe Slovo protest as group erect shacks
Nine people have been arrested following violent land invasion protests in the Joe Slovo area, south of Johannesburg, police said on Saturday.

View Article | 3 killed, 2 boys among injured in Vereeniging crashes
Three people were killed and nine others injured in separate accidents in Vereeniging at the weekend, according to Gauteng paramedics.

View Article | Spur waiter who got R4 tip has big dreams after strangers donate R4 444
Xolani Mbalo, who initially was left with just a R4 tip, was shocked when people left him R4 444 and a kind note. He reads the note to keep motivated.

View Article | Ramaphosa's claim that government built 4 million homes is fiction, according to Africa Check
Fact-checking organisation Africa Check has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa's claim on housing in South Africa is false.

View Article | Northern Cape Teen arrested for the alleged murder of his grandmother
A 17-year-old suspect from the Northern Cape has been arrested for the alleged murder of his 64-year-old grandmother.

View Article | Strand property owners protest against land occupation
About 100 property owners in Strand, Cape Town, picketed at the municipal buildings on Thursday afternoon. They demanded an explanation from the City of Cape Town about an apparent agreement reached between SANRAL and the City on providing services to people occupying SANRAL-owned land near their properties.

View Article | Elections wrap: What your political parties got up to on Good Friday
Less than three weeks shy of the May 2019 national and provincial elections, here is what some of your political parties got up to on Good Friday.

View Article | Former Rwandan Intelligence head's murder case referred back to the NPA
The murder case of former Rwandan Intelligence head, Colonel Patrick Karegeya, has been referred back to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to decide whether they will prosecute the responsible suspects.

View Article | Saturday's weather: Cloudy Easter weekend for most parts of SA
Severe thunderstorms are expected over the north-eastern parts of KwaZulu-Natal, according to SA Weather Service.

View Article | JHB manager tells SAHRC of difficulties developing Alexandra
On Thursday, the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) started an inquiry into the recent spate of protests in Alexandra. The inquiry will consider some of the issues raised during the protests such as the lack of housing, water and sanitation in the township.

View Article | Friends mourn cyclist who was killed in hit-and-run on Good Friday
The driver of the Tazz that ran into 10 cyclists is on the run after fleeing the accident scene in Centurion on Friday.

View Article | 3 caught after shootout following attempted heist at Eastgate Mall
A high-speed chase and shootout between police and alleged would-be robbers on Friday ended in the Eastgate Shopping Centre parking lot where three suspects were arrested and two unlicensed guns were recovered.

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