SA’s Kevin Anderson foils John Isner to reach maiden Wimbledon final: In a marathon match which was the longest in Wimbledon semifinal history, lasting over five hours on court, Anderson was able to claw back from 2-1 back to seal the victory.
Vila Kasi’s Channon Merricks slams claims of duping workers: Ninety employees claim they have not been paid for several weeks now after being duped into leaving their jobs and join the channel which was apparently due to launch next month.
South Africans urged to carry Mandela commemorative notes with pride: Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says like Mandela himself, bank notes serve as pieces of craftsmanship reflecting the soul of the nation.
State requests 2-month postponement in Johan Williams murder case: Williams appeared in the Wellington magistrates court on Friday in connection with murder of Kuils River mom Chantelle Matthyssen and 35-year-old Maria Isaacs, who lived in Malmesbury.
[WATCH] ‘We want Duduzane Zuma prosecuted’: Phumzile Dube died after Duduzane Zuma’s Porsche crashed into a minibus taxi in Johannesburg in 2014. EWN speaks to Dube’s family as they share their side of the story.
Mossel Bay opposition parties slam tariff increases on graves: The cost to buy a plot has increased from R873 in the previous financial year to over R5,000 in this year.
Kidnapped Parow businessman’s family hopeful of safe return: Family spokesperson Waleed Brown says they have not received any information from the police about the investigation and reiterated that reports on the ransom that have emerged this week are unconfirmed and untrue.
Zille pelted with stones at meeting with Zwelihle protesters: Western Cape Premier Helen Zille tried to speak to protesting community members earlier, but they were having none of it, pelting her with stones.
[WATCH] New Madiba notes, coin officially launched: South Africa Reserve Bank officially launched new notes and a R5 coin in celebration of Nelson Mandela’s centenary year.
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