Gauteng court rules against cheap auctioning of bank-repossessed houses: The ruling has been hailed as a victory for homeowners in financial distress who faced having their homes sold at sheriff’s auctions without reserve prices.
Operations continue at Germiston mortuary after staff go on strike – health dept: The Gauteng Department of Health says it is prioritising cases at the Germiston mortuary after forensic staff embarked on a strike.
Controversial artist Ayanda Mabulu smashes car, claims he was followed: Ayanda Mabulu says he was left shaken and with damage to his car after he was followed by two men in a Silver Volvo after a radio interview about his latest artwork.
‘He left behind a 3-week-old baby’ – brother of firefighter killed in JHB building: The brother of Khathutshelo Muedi who has died fighter a fire in Johannesburg, says he is sad that his brother’s child will grow up without knowing her daddy.
Local shops hike prices as immigrants forced out, say Gauteng residents: Anti-immigrant sentiments persist in Ratanda, south of Heidelberg, even though local shops have set higher prices.
WATCH: Parkrun’s most motivated marshal, Pascal Simba, in action: Meet Pascal Simba: Motivator and park-runner extraordinaire. A video of him encouraging fellow runners at the Roodepoort parkrun has gone viral on social media for all the right reasons.
Word ‘boer’ not racist or racially offensive, ConCourt rules: The word “boer” is not racist or racially offensive, but is “inappropriate” when used in certain struggle songs, the Constitutional Court has ruled.
Bok fullback back for Lions: Golden Lions coach Ivan van Rooyen has named his team to tackle Western Province in a Currie Cup clash at Ellis Park.
Joburg Fire: ‘Govt killed our brothers’ – firefighter: A firefighter from Central Fire Station in Johannesburg has laid the blame for last Wednesday’s tragedy, in which three firefighters died, at the door of government.
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