Farm worker shot dead near Krugersdorp for allegedly stealing tractor: A 32-year-old farm worker has been shot and killed, allegedly by his employer on a farm in Tarlton, outside Krugersdorp.
Gauteng education committee calls for fewer disruptions in 2018: The chairperson of Gauteng’s portfolio committee on education has urged parents to not disrupt schools in 2018, saying last year’s countrywide academic disruptions might have contributed to the province’s failure to increase its pass rate.
This reader built up a Ford Model T and uses it as a daily drive to work: Paul Koski is so passionate about his Ford Model T that It has become his daily mode of transport to and from work. Koski and his friends built up this 1925 Model T…
Repairs for storm-damaged and vandalised Gauteng schools will cost R140m: The repair bill for Gauteng schools which were damaged during a recent storm or vandalised during the holidays will tally up to R140m, the provincial education department has said.
It’s time to revive their dying careers: Steven Pienaar will not be the only player searching for a new home after being released by Bidvest Wits.
SA’s tennis players move up the ranks: Given the great showing South African tennis players had last year, the sky’s the limit if they pick up where they left off.
Simmonds ready to dominate 2018: A lot is expected from South African tennis star Chanel Simmonds after she ended last year with a bang.
TLB promises to appease boxing fans: The newly established TLB Boxing Promotions has promised to rectify its mistake next month and hopes to give fans something to cheer about.
Top female boxers ready to set ring alight: While most boxers took a well-deserved break during the festive season, three of the country’s world champions were preparing to defend their World Boxing Federation titles.
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