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September 15th
A couple of ring-rusty senior Proteas players will have rued the washout of the first T20 international against India, writes Rob Houwing.
September 15th
The latest crime statistics show that the situation in South Africa is "quite bad", President Cyril Ramaphosa says.
September 15th
The Unemployed People's Movement (UPM) wants the Makana Municipal Council to be dissolved for violating its constitutional mandate by failing to provide basic services to the community.
September 15th
The South African National Editor's Forum (Sanef) says that besides many failed attempts it remains determined to engage the EFF.
September 15th
While the Zimbabwean government and former President Robert Mugabe's family had indicated plans to take his remains to Zvimba, his home village following his funeral, this was later ditched.
September 15th
Saudi Arabia has temporarily halted production at two Aramco oil facilities that were attacked by Yemeni rebels, interrupting about half of the company's total output, the energy minister has said.
September 15th
Rain and a wet outfield have forced the first T20 between India and the Proteas in Dharamsala to be abandoned.
September 15th
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has set up a commission of inquiry to investigate the underlying causes and people behind the ongoing killings in the taxi industry across the province.
September 15th
Minister of Justice & Correctional Services, Ronald Lamola has instructed the National Commissioner of Correctional Services, Arthur Fraser, to take the decision to place convicted rapist Bob Hewitt on parole on review.
September 15th
President Cyril Ramaphosa is sending special envoys to deliver messages of solidarity to several heads of state and governments across Africa amid tensions and violence in the country.
September 15th
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has said that it was up to Parliament to deal with a remark by EFF leader Julius Malema that judges are “traumatised and old”, which he made during a Women’s Day commemoration in the Northern Cape last month.
September 15th
The dramatic arrest of a woman accused of demanding a R300 000 bribe to stop harassing the deputy finance minister has a back story: An evidently traumatic abortion, and his offer to pay her the money for psychological treatment.
September 15th
Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has said that the untimely passing of deputy minister Bavelile Hlongwa has 'robbed the country' of energy in the future.
September 15th
South African boxer and karate champion, Leighandre 'Baby Lee' Jegels, has been laid to rest by her loved ones in East London, in the Eastern Cape, as the country continues to battle gender-based violence.