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THE SOUTH AFRICAN

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TheSouthAfrican.com provides daily coverage of issues and events important to globally minded South Africans from our editorial teams in Cape Town, London & Brisbane. Established in 2003.

SA Rugby to boot racism out of play with newly-launched campaign

SA Rugby has declared zero-tolerance for discrimination and racism with their new campaign.

Motsoeneng warned Zuma to leave the ANC before they ‘put him in jail’

Hlaudi Motsoeneng claims he warned long-time friend Jacob Zuma some time ago that he would end up in jail if he didn't leave the ANC.

Proteas great Allan Donald inducted into cricket’s Hall of Fame

Ex-Proteas fast bowler Allan Donald was one of three inductees in the ICC Hall of Fame on Thursday night.

Supra brings BMW balance to Toyota South Africa’s product portfolio

A Toyota with BMW power? Why not?

Public Protector: Ramaphosa violated the Constitution of South Africa

Public Protector Busiswe Mkhwebane has released a stunning report claiming she has evidence that proves President Cyril Ramaphosa misled Parliament.

Zondo responds to Zuma withdrawal: “Let’s meet in my chambers”

Both legal teams will gather in Zondo's chambers to find a way forward after Zuma indicated he will be withdrawing from the inquiry.

Altcoins are rallying once again with Litecoin leading the charge

The altcoin markets have seen fantastic gains during the past 24 hours, with Litecoin claiming the title of top performing crypto.

Garden Route blackout: Towns plunged into darkness by Eskom fault

A main transmission line has gone down in the Southern Cape.

Brand South Africa gives back this Mandela Day

Brand South Africa playing its part this Mandela Day.

Bafana Bafana drawn alongside Black Stars in Afcon 2021 qualifiers

With the 2019 tournament barely over, Bafana Bafana found out who they will be facing in the Afcon 2021 qualifiers.

Malema defends EFF’s right to protest Gordhan amid racism allegations

Julius Malema pointed out the EFF's action against Jacob Zuma and Malusi Gigiba amid suggestions their pursuit of Pravin Gordhan are motivated by racism.

Former president Jacob Zuma withdraws from State Capture Inquiry

Zuma noted that he has been cross-examined and wants no part of the inquiry anymore.

School pupils run riot in Mthatha, protest cramped classrooms [video]

Reports indicate that one pupil was allegedly shot and another stabbed with a knife.

Centurion Mall shooting: Security guards foil suspects robbery attempt

The two guards deserve recognition for their bravery.

Jaguares dominate in Argentina team to face New Zealand

No less than 13 players who turned out for the Jaguares made Argentina's teamm to face New Zealand on Saturday.

Protests erupt in Soweto and JHB South, major traffic disruptions reported

Motorists need to be aware of the following road closures.

Liquid and gaseous fuels soar in Wholesale trade sales [infographic]

Solid, liquid and gaseous fuels formed the bulk of the wholesale trade sales' positive performance.

Watch: Behind the scenes, Ramaphosa and EFF leaders laugh it off [video]

In contrast to fierce political contestation, it's all laughs behind the scenes.

Netball World Cup: South Africa lose to England, semifinal looms

Despite the loss, the Proteas are set for a semifinal showdown against the reigning champions, Australia.

Here’s how Ayanda Dlodlo plans to save the State Security Agency

Dlodlo did not quantify the number of outstanding cases.

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