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CSA ‘needs to get house in order’ or another major sponsor will walk away

Momentum says it's confident that the embattled federation will 'understand our views'.

Baloyi’s urgent application against Mkhwebane dismissed with costs

Judge Mmonoa Teffo ruled on Thursday that the court did not have the jurisdiction to hear the urgent application.

‘Rogue’ DA councillor who played ‘race card’ is part of ANC Joburg ‘takeover’ – Moriarty

The DA believes they've identified two of the three councillors who betrayed their party and voted with the ANC to elect Geoff Makhubo as mayor of the City of Johannesburg.

Your used car pre-holiday safety check

Before embarking on your end-of-year holiday, be sure to inspect the safety and reliability of your second hand car. Here are a few things to look out for.

Weinstein agrees to R366 million settlement with accusers

Weinstein faces a criminal trial in January on charges of rape and forcibly performing oral sex on a woman.

How to keep your cat away from the Christmas tree

Put ornaments only on the top half of the tree so cats cannot knock them down.

Getting more miles out of your second hand car

Just because it’s a second hand car, you don’t have to expect to get less use out of it. These care tips will get you more miles.

Tshwane hospitals, clinics affected by floods still operational – Gauteng health MEC

'The extent of damage has been reported to the district office and the department of infrastructural development to fast-track the repairing process,' says Bandile Masuku.

SANParks warns holidaymakers of road closures in Kruger Park due to rain

Many gravel roads in the Kruger Park have been closed due to heavy rainfall.

Hong Kongers attend service for student who died during clashes

A teacher who attended with her son said the memorial hall was decorated with white flowers and photos of Alex Chow.

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