SundayWorld News

SundayWorld News

News – Celebrity – Gossip – Politics – News – Talk – World of Parties

, 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.

Modack, Booysen, two other accused file for discharge in extortion case

A group of alleged underworld figures led by Colin Booysen and Nafiz Modack asked the Cape Town regional court to throw out an extortion case against them on Tuesday.

SAPS had improper deal with vehicle tracking company: Mkhwebane

Tracker "improperly benefitted" from the use of state resources as a result of its agreements with the South African Police Service, said the public protector on Tuesday.

Woman arrested after off-duty cop stabbed to death in North West

A 33-year-old woman was apprehended by police after an off-duty constable was found in a pool of blood in Rhodes Park near Mahikeng.

Barman, accused of pulling knife, bites finger-pointing cop

Two men were arrested after they allegedly attacked police officers at a pub in Brandfort over the weekend.

Dudu Myeni's attempt to appeal 'delinquent director' ruling crashes

The high court in Pretoria on Tuesday dismissed a bid by former SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni to appeal against an order the court made last month

Numsa condemns Autopax for not paying employees their full salaries

Numsa on Monday condemned Autopax for paying workers only half of their salaries in January

'Remorseless' killers who terrorised Soweto community to be sentenced

The group of nine men who attacked, robbed, kidnapped and raped several victims in Tshepisong, Soweto, over two years "showed no remorse", said lawyers.

Greenmarket Square refugees reject city's offer of 'voluntary reintegration'

The City of Cape Town sent two minibuses to Greenmarket Square on Monday to return refugees to where they lived before settling at the Central Methodist Church.

Mango scraps flights between Lanseria and Port Elizabeth

Mango Airlines has dropped a new route from Port Elizabeth International Airport to Lanseria in Johannesburg - a mere six months after the first flight landed in the city amid much fanfare.

Gauteng speedster who drove at 308km/h released on R1,000 bail

Phumlile Ncube, 36, who filmed himself driving at 308km/h on a highway in Midrand, has been released from custody on R1,000 bail.

Woman heading to Mozambique caught with R1m in fake smokes and sneakers

A KwaZulu-Natal woman has been arrested for being in possession of illicit goods with an estimated value of R1.2m.

Men find HIV testing 'burdensome, not important', study finds

Men surveyed in a recent study in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal found HIV testing to be “burdensome” and the least of their priorities.

WATCH | Police fire stun grenades at protesting Unisa students in Durban

Police fired stun grenades and rubber bullets as student protests kicked off at the University of South Africa in Durban on Monday.

'His feet were swollen, they looked like elephant feet': Ex-cop on apartheid-era torture

A security branch officer employed at the infamous John Vorster Square police station, where political prisoners died during the apartheid era, spoke on Monday of the torture and turmoil his colleagues would put detainees through.

Freedom Under Law backs call for suspension of judge president Hlophe

“Until such time as a proper investigation is completed and all consequential processes - which may include impeachment - are completed, judge president Hlophe cannot be allowed to exercise the powers of a judge.”

'War on Leaks' stepped up as army withdraws from incomplete Vaal River rehab

The programme seeks to train young people to be able to assist local government to reduce non-revenue water due to malfunctioning infrastructure.

KZN education department to investigate after grade R pupil burnt at school

The KwaZulu-Natal education department has launched an investigation after a grade R pupil was burnt on the school premises.

MultiChoice workshops Eastern Cape youth in film production skills

Pay TV MultiChoice is staging a workshop to beef-up skills of the youth in the video entertainment industry. Dubbed the MultiChoice Talent Factory SA, which was previously known as the M-Net Magic in Motion Academy when it was established in 2014, the three-day workshop is currently taking place in the Eastern Cape.

Bafana Bafana face tough Ghana‚ Zimbabwe‚ Ethiopia test in road to 2022 FIFA World Cup

Bafana Bafana will face all too familiar foes in their bid to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup after being drawn in a tough Group G at the draw in Cairo on Tuesday.

'10 years ago there was a pupil who perished here,' says SAHRC at lodge where pupil drowned

Enoch Mpianzi was not the first young person to drown at the resort that hosted the recent school orientation camp that ended in tragedy.

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