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SundayWorld News

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, published by Tiso Blackstar Group in Johannesburg, is a tabloid-format newspaper with an editorial focus that reflects the world of the young, aspirational black consumer – racy infotainment, celebrities, sport and gossip (Shwashwi), a lifestyle section and specialist pages about fashion, beauty, health, motoring and money.

Four cops get medical attention after clashes with refugees at UN High Commission in Pretoria

About 500 refugees were removed from the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) premises in Brooklyn, Pretoria, on Thursday after being camped outside the premises since last month.

Donations to Cyril Ramaphosa a 'risk of state capture': Busisiwe Mkhwebane

Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has expressed concern that donations made to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s CR17 campaign created a “risk of state capture” by those who contributed millions to his bid to become ANC leader.

Sars legal head fired with immediate effect over R420m Gupta VAT refund

The South African Revenue Service (Sars) said on Friday it had terminated the services of its head of legal, Refiloe Mokoena, with immediate effect.

SAA cancels more domestic flights as strikers vow not to back down

Airport workers affiliated to the National Union of Mineworkers (Numsa) said they will not back down until their demands for in-sourcing and for a 8% wage hike are met.

Woman shot dead in hijacking at intersection in Bramley

A woman was shot dead during a hijacking in Bramley, Johannesburg, on Friday.

Search resumes for three missing KZN flood victims

Rescue workers resumed their search on Friday morning for three people, including a 15-year-old boy, who went missing during heavy rain in the iLembe district in the north of KwaZulu-Natal.

Court orders eviction of elderly couple who lived 'rent-free' on farm for six years

The Supreme Court of Appeal has upheld an eviction of an elderly couple and their mentally disabled daughter from a farm they had occupied since July 2013, and where they had been residing rent-free since November that year.

'Is Eben Etzebeth a racist lunatic?' - MPs grill HRC's Buang Jones about Bok's racism case

The SA Human Rights Commission's handling of a racism case involving Springbok lock Eben Etzebeth came back to haunt the commission's acting head of legal, Buang Jones, when he appeared for a deputy public protector interview in Parliament on Tuesday.

Telkom dangles offer to buy heavily indebted Cell C

Telkom has been investing heavily to beef up its mobile operations, but there are no shortage of suitors for SA’s third-largest mobile operator

One dead, two trapped in mangled wreckage after truck crashes into Durban house

One person has been died and two others were "severely entrapped" inside the front cab of a truck which smashed into a Durban house on Thursday evening.

Mpumalanga man confesses to killing and burning his teenage girlfriend

A 22-year-old man from Schoemansdal, Mpumalanga, is behind bars after he allegedly confessed to killing his 17-year-old girlfriend and destroying her corpse, provincial police said on Thursday.

Stop spreading fake storm news, says KZN government

Check the source of the video before you press send. That's the plea from the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government who have urged the public to stop re-distributing pictures and videos that contain unverified information.

Girl suspended for bullying a boy at Randfontein school

The Gauteng education department on Thursday suspended a grade 10 pupil at a west rand school with immediate effect for allegedly assaulting and bullying a grade 9 pupil.

SAHRC to charge retired cop and traditional council in Mpumalanga land theft case

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) said on Thursday it would open criminal cases against two people who failed to honour a subpoena in a case of land theft against them.

Income inequality worsens for black Africans, improves for whites and Indians

Black African and coloured-headed households were the only two groups classified as chronically poor, with black African-headed households having the lowest levels of access to medical aid coverage, Stats SA revealed on Thursday.

KZN Easter storms claimed more than 80 lives - and this week's deluge could be worse

'This is not a warning we can afford to downplay or minimise in any way'

Watch out for snakes, expert warns as heavy rain brings increased reptile activity

Durban’s heavy rainfall is likely to bring to the surface certain potentially dangerous snakes, as well as less harmful ones

Swiss tourist dies three days after being crushed by giraffe in Kruger National Park

A Swiss tourist, critically injured in the Kruger National Park at the weekend when a giraffe fell on to a safari vehicle, has died

Taxpayers urged to file returns electronically or face penalties

About 1.7-million taxpayers have not yet filed their tax returns and were urged on Thursday to submit them online by the December 4 deadline.

'We are grounding that airline on Friday': Numsa says strike is only solution to SAA impasse

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the SA Cabin Crew Association are adamant that a looming retrenchment plan by SAA is an act of retaliation.

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