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February 24th
Most of the pupils who enter the container classroom are probably older than their 25-year-old English teacher Cohen Charles.
February 24th
Another group knows exactly what apartheid was, but don’t want to talk about it "because it will only distract us from holding the ANC accountable for their failings and corruption," writes Adriaan Basson.
February 24th
According to the South African Banking Risk Information Centre, 45 cases of cash-in-transit heists have been reported countrywide since the beginning of the year - almost one every day.
February 23rd
Although the EFF is adamant that it has not received a resignation letter from its Gauteng leader Mandisa Mashego, it's possible it's in the inbox of the secretary general and hasn't been read yet.
February 23rd
It is expected to be warm to hot in many parts of the country on Monday, according to the South African Weather Service.
February 23rd
The Proteas have beaten Australia in the second T20 International in what was a thrilling encounter at St George's Park in Port Elizabeth.
February 23rd
The Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries has extended the West Coast rock lobster season to support fishers affected by the coronavirus.
February 23rd
Nominations for the DA leadership have been opened and an internet portal has been set up for input on the party's values, attitudes and behaviour policy offering.
February 23rd
President Cyril Ramaphosa has used the Raymond Mhlaba memorial lecture to issue a wake-up call to those who still believe apartheid was not a crime against humanity.
February 23rd
Concerned citizens who "benefited from apartheid" have taken a stand against recent apartheid-related statements which they have described as "insensitive".
February 23rd
Localised flooding in Nonoti and KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal, has caused three cars to be swept off a bridge, leading to the death of a 28-year-old woman on the north coast.
February 23rd
The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure has released hundreds of parcels of land as part of the government's commitment to land reform, redistribution and restitution.
February 23rd
The ANC in Gauteng has confirmed that MP Judith Tshabalala is back home safe after being hijacked on Saturday night.
February 23rd
South Korea reported a sharp jump in coronavirus cases on Sunday, while Italy and Iran took drastic containment steps as worldwide fears over the epidemic spiralled higher.