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ANC says apology is not good enough

South African National Editors’ Forum voices its concern

Crime Intelligence boss to be arrested soon

Extent of tender corruption shocks MPs

Transport matters to be handled in municipal level

Alleged axe murderer described as a Christian

Police silent on Crime Intelligence head’s warrant of arrest

Shooting causes Gauteng highway closure

ANC Youth League website hacked

MPs scrutinise police Head Quarters deals

Some ID members move to the ANC

Theft in hospitals amounts to more than 16 million-rands

Police member wounded in protest clashes

Marcus talks on nationalisation and inflation

Cope battle continues

International leaders hold emergency meeting on Libya

DA calls for forensic report of at the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality to be realised

Shilowa wins another Cope court battle

Gaddafi wants “barbaric offensive” to end

Bafana striker arrested for drunk driving

No strike for public servants yet

Motlanthe promotes investment in Africa

Race row leads to human rights complaint

Police search for hospital robbers

Mixed reactions to government plans to launch a newspaper

SA National Taxi Council awaiting feedback about second strike

Electricity to increase on the 1st of April

Fire leaves 25 people homeless in Masiphumelele

Unions at loggerheads with the Defence Force

ANC tackles its election campaign

DA says it will soon lay charges against Schabir Shaik

IFP leader must blame himself for party's falling apart says kaMagwaza-Msibi

28 arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol

Residents of informal settlements around Pretoria warned of flooding

Residents of informal settlements around Pretoria warned of flooding

Shark activity forces closure of popular False Bay swimming beach

Zuma meets with MDC leader to discuss situation in Zimbabwe

Road accidents claimed at least 26 lives during the past 24 hours

Rains cause Gauteng bridge to collapse

Twenty Eastern Cape ANC members face expulsion

Rescuers battle to reach Myanmar quake victims

Labour inspectors target Free State farms

Two die in North West accident

Motlanthe visits the US to strengthen ties

City to switch off lights tonight

Swaziland MPs accepting salary cut

800 rhinos killed in Africa over three years

Police search for two killers in Cape Town

Gauteng can expect more rain today

Missing Child Alert

Missing Child Alert

Reserve Bank gets new deputy governor

DA slams Zuma’s democracy statement

State negotiations of a wage increase not going well

No more unqualified employees to be hired at municipalities

Warning to people who leak information from confidential meetings

More than half-a-million duplicate identity numbers discovered

World Health Organisation voices concerns

Free State education department tries to improve quality of learning

Student body withdraws support for Malema

Mail & Guardian wins fight against SABC

Possiblity of 65 gang members to be released on parole

4200 mineworkers observe a day of mourning today

Dewani ordered to remain in a psychiatric hospital

Missing Adult: Dolf Hendricks

Police member’s firearm management to be monitored

Churches encourage members to vote

DA says ANC at war with itself

Macassar fire survivors to get help

Municipal Systems Amendmend Bill passed

Candidate list due date for political parties getting closer

9 people die in a house fire in Khayelitsha

Immigration Amendment Bill approved in Parliament

City’s Liquor Enforcement Unit issue R30 000 fines this weekend

Bus services resume after strike

Four unions to meet the Competition Tribunal

Exclusive: De Lille's response to Human Rights day incident (video)

35 injured after train derailed

Religious leaders outrage over mocking of Patricia de Lille

Missing Child Alert:

Missing boy found dead

Public comments on the Muslim Marriages Bill extended to the 31st of May

Violence breaks out at ANC meeting

Sharpeville to get six heritage sites

More heavy rain expected in Johannesburg

China opposes strikes against Libyan defences

Four die in an accident on the West Coast

Missing Adult Alert:Mogamat Ajam

Missing Child Alert:Amile Mahlamvu

Zuma and Zille won’t share Human Rights Day stage

Cope replaces Shilowa as MP

Zille wants voters to compare Johannesburg to Cape Town

Police take on the streets of Gauteng and North West

Libyan ceasefire violated

ANC Youth League shocked by state of Gauteng’s education sector

Missing Child Alert: Lebogang Rabolao

All South Africans urged to save electricity

More violence in Gauteng schools

Government and business join forces to tackle job creation

No political parties have submitted party candidate list

Flood warning issued for some parts of the Eastern Cape

6 people die in a head-on-collision in near Kimberly

A murderer and a rapist sentenced to 16 life sentences

A new unit to monitor schools launched today

ACDP welcomes Constitutional Court ruling

Missing Child Alert:Memory Mlambo

Transport department warns of a fake e-mail

Khayelitsha receiving a R20 million health centre today

A pupil stabs a teacher at school

Fire in the Overstrand area to be under control soon

Constitutional Court rules that the disbanding of the Scorpions is invalid

Violence and disruptions will be not be tolerated during elections

Human rights complaint against Jimmy Manyi shrouded in mystery

Metrobus strike could be over

The case against missing Macassar baby’s mother postponed

Schabir Shaik has been released from prison

May 18th declared a public holiday

Student union encourages pupils to hit back

Zuma heads for Libya

Cosatu demands investigation into Shaik’s parole

Taxi strike in some areas still continues despite suspension

South Africa assists Japan

Zuma says an uprising will never happen in South Africa

Western Cape taxi strike comes to an end

Japan hit by another aftershock

Missing Child: Troy Boltman

Schabir Shaik moved to hospital wing in prision

Zuma determined to curb substance abuse

Cosatu says parties involved in the taxi strike must enter into negotiations to find solutions

Eskom’s artisans, technicians and engineers at Eskom approaching retirement

A man and three daughters die in a fire

Japan’s prime minister calls for calm

The bodies of two girls who drowned have been recovered

The full impact of taxi strike not yet known

A father sentenced to life in prision for murdering his daughter

Parole Board to decide on the fate of Schabir Shaik

A rescue team from South Africa sent to help in Japan

Schabir Shaik rearrested

Cosatu condemns violence in Cape Town taxi strike

38 suspects arrested over the weekend across the city

Cape Town commuters hit by taxi strike

ANC says it has no ties with Muammar Gaddafi

Soweto schools are criticized by Education MEC Barbara Creecy

A Cape Town women arrested for coordinating her sister’s murder

Police looking for six suspected robbers

Danger increases at a Japanese nuclear power station

Missing Child:Jodie Ward