Mpumalanga rapist sentenced to life
Jacob Zuma's tenure should be marked by a foreign policy that can at best be described as being schizophrenic, writes Kameel Premhid .
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Ross attributes success to his 'cutting edge, fresh sound'
When asked about the key to his success in the music industry, Ross Jack jokingly says that there could be something special in Benoni's water.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Cops arrested over stolen groceries
Four police constables were arrested on Thursday for allegedly stealing groceries and selling them to a woman, Mpumalanga police said.
SA in the dark
More traffic chaos was expected in Johannesburg on Thursday afternoon as a result of the incessant rain, and the load shedding announced early on Thursday morning.
No end in sight as floods hit motorists
Widespread rain across the north of the country has left at least five people dead, with the weather service issuing further warnings of flooding.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Interpreter went to "Oscars" instead of Oscar
There was a lengthy delay to the start of court proceedings on the first day of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial as the Afrikaans interpreter hired by the courts ended up in Hollywood for the Academy Awards, also known as the "Oscars", instead of the North Gauteng High court in Pretoria.
Woman goes into labour in tree
Stuck up a tree, a woman in labour had to be airlifted to safety as a torrent of water flowed beneath her in Mpumalanga this morning.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
7 foreigners held with illegal firearms
We can all agree the cost of living continues to escalate while the buying power of many households continues to corrode.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
South Africa: Who Are the Real Illegal Miners?
The rescue and subsequent arrest of zama-zama - "have a go" - miners from an abandoned mine shaft near the East Rand city of Benoni made world headlines.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Drugs hidden in baby's nappy
A woman was arrested after 14 packets of the drug cat were found in an allegedly abducted baby's nappy in Brakpan on Friday, Ekurhuleni metro police said.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Mpuma cops deny torture claims
Mbombela - Police officers investigating a muti murder involving a 6-year-old Mpumalanga girl have denied torturing one of the accused into confessing to the crime.
26 die in SA mines in February
February has been a deadly month in South Africa's mining industry with at least 26 workers, both legal and illegal, killed underground.
Rescuers won't go into abandoned mine
An illegal miner who'd been trapped in a disused gold mine shaft near Benoni, is brought to the surface.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
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South African Electoral Commission To Meet Country's 140 Political Parties Ahead Of May Polls
South Africa's Independent Electoral Commission will soon meet with all the registered political parties in the country -- numbering some 140 -- to discuss the timetable for the country's May 7 general election, the fifth general election in the post-apartheid era.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Bodies of 5 illegal miners found
Martin Warburg wonders if political parties should rather have to pass some kind of IQ test before being allowed to register for elections.
Mom tells of six-year-old's muti murder
A six-year-old Mpumalanga girl was left in the care of a woman who was later charged with the child's muti murder, a Nelspruit court heard on Tuesday.