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News24’s breaking news wire service brings you the latest South African, African and international news reports and press updates from newsrooms across the country. | Blitzboks crash out of London Sevens

The South African Sevens team have crashed out of the London Sevens in the quarter-finals against Australia. | Sad ending for dog stoned in Oudtshoorn

Moddertjie's life was initially saved this week when a man 'who couldn't take it anymore' ran to authorities about a dog being stoned in a canal. Sadly, she never made it to her forever home. | Mabuza meets with ANC integrity commission ahead of Ramaphosa's decision on cabinet - reports

ANC deputy president David Mabuza met with the ANC's integrity commission on Friday, ahead of Cyril Ramaphosa's inauguration as President of the country on Saturday, according to reports. | Struggling Bulls get Vermeulen injury news boost

Bulls No 8 Duane Vermeulen has given the team's fans a welcome boost by confirming the injury he suffered against the Brumbies in Canberra is not serious. | Hermione and her magic wand

Advocate Hermione Cronje is still riding the wave of euphoria from her appointment as the new National Prosecuting Authority Investigative Directorate head | 'The dogs of war are ready' - Faction of ANC NEC says it's time to take action against Magashule

While many around the country and in the ANC are debating whether David “DD” Mabuza will take his seat as the country’s deputy president, factions in the party are preparing themselves for a “bloody clash” later this week when the party's national executive committee meets. | WATCH: Meet Marion Fernandes, who has been a flight attendant for almost 50 years

'It's all I ever wanted to do, since I was five,' says Marion Fernandes, who is a few months shy of having worked as a flight attendant for 50 years. | S15: Toughest route looms for SA teams

A lot of South Africans will become unexpected, temporary fans of the Reds next weekend when they entertain the in-form Jaguares, explains Rob Houwing | The science is clear about 'mother-tongue' education. So why are we attacking it?

A new assault on the use of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction for children who speak Afrikaans at home, serves to diminish the opportunities for all children to learn through a language that they know best, writes Kathleen Heugh. | Zuma stay of prosecution the end of Stalingrad, or are the biggest bombshells about to explode

After a full week of arguments before court in Pietermariztburg this week, it is now clearer than ever before that former president Jacob Zuma will exploit every avenue available to him to avoid prosecution. | Ramaphosa sent on his mission by a Bible, a squadron of Gripens and a new NDPP

Moments after administering the oath of office to President Cyril Ramaphosa, while Loftus Versfeld Stadium erupted in song, Chief Justice Moegoeng Mogoeng tugged at the head of state’s right elbow, writes Pieter du Toit. | The European Union: 60 years of twists and turns

From economic union via the euro to a migration crisis and Brexit, here is a look at 60 years of ups and downs in the European Union. | Servant leadership, JFK and CR17 spirit can get us out of the crazy and chaotic times

Only through servant leadership can good governance and lasting peace be achieved. If only every leader in this nation will truly embrace the characteristics of servant leadership then we can truly count on glorious days ahead, writes Rich Mkhondo. | Malema to Ramaphosa: 'It would be a mistake not to name Mabuza as your deputy'

EFF leader Julius Malema is of the view that President Cyril Ramaphosa would be making a mistake if he does not name David Mabuza as his deputy. | Durban man killed after wall he was working on collapsed

The man was declared dead by Advanced Life Support Paramedics who were on the scene. | 7 quotes from Ramaphosa's #SAInauguration19 speech: 'I am saying yes, SA Thuma Mina'

President Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as the 6th democratically elected president of South Africa amid much fanfare that saw ordinary citizens, opposition parties and dignitaries join in on the celebrations. | 2 winners scoop R235 000 each in Daily Lotto draw

Saturday's Daily Lotto draw saw two winners walk away with R235 000 each. | Here are the results for the Saturday, 25 May Lottery draw

Here are the winning Lottery numbers from the Saturday, May 25 Lottery draw. | Maimane hesitant over EFF ambition to take over City of Tshwane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has placed doubt over the EFF's ambition of having its own mayor take over the City of Tshwane through open negotiations. | Truck driver dies after losing control of vehicle in Pietermaritzburg

A truck driver died after he lost control of his vehicle in Pietermaritzburg.

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