Wednesday Nov 20
Biker survives lightning strike
Is it not time for government to relax its affirmative action policies that thus far has seen expertise fritting away to other countries?, asks Saber Jazbhay .
Free State treason trial postponed
Mark Trollip, 48, and Johan Prinsloo, 50, made a brief appearance during which the case was postponed until November 11. Trollip's legal representative withdrew from the case last week and Judge MB Molemela postponed the matter at the request of his new lawyer Kenny Pretorius, to give him time to study the case and consult his clients and other ... (more)
Drug dealer arrested in Kroonstad
The Nigerian man was caught in Kroon Park on Tuesday evening and was found in possession of ecstasy and cat with an estimated street value of R33 500, Captain Stephen Thakeng said.
Mail & Guardian
Chirping classes: Fighting for freedom in Mokoena's blood
Fana Mokoena's decision to join the EFF was not an act, but a true reflection of his political nature.
Driving is a skill
Every year in South Africa, around 14,000 people lose their lives in road crashes.