SA Weather Service battered by faulty equipment, decries CEO: The SA Weather Service has blamed the poor state of their equipment for failing to warn citizens earlier of the stormy weather that devastated parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
Lions: Mostert going nowhere!: Lions head coach Swys de Bruin insists Springbok and Lions lock Franco Mostert is not going anywhere next season.
BLF supporters allegedly sjambok DA activist: A member of the DA has allegedly been assaulted by Black First Land First supporters at Gandhi Square, in Johannesburg, where the DA had gathered to canvass support for the #Data4All campaign.
Principal, management removed from Gauteng school after alleged sexual assault by scholar patroller: The principal and the senior management of a Gauteng school have been removed with immediate effect following allegations of sexual assault at the school, the Gauteng department of Education said.
International visitors spend R35bn in Jozi to shop, sleep, eat: Johannesburg is the city in Africa where international visitors spent the most in 2016 – a total of about R35bn, while Cape Town came in second and Durban eighth.
Australian deathcore heavyweights to play once off show in South Africa: Legendary Australian deathcore band Thy Art Is Murder are set to play a once off show in South Africa in support of their fourth studio album.
Lions turn to Boks for massive Cheetahs clash: The Golden Lions are boosted by a couple of returning Springboks for their Currie Cup showdown with the Free State Cheetahs.
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