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South Africa: No Cases of Coronavirus in SA

There have been no cases of the novel coronavirus known as "2019-nCoV" identified in South Africa, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) said on Thursday. → Read More

No cases of coronavirus in SA - National Institute for Communicable Diseases

There are no cases of the novel coronavirus known as "2019-nCoV" identified in South Africa, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases says. → Read More

R8m worth of suspected stolen wool smuggled into SA from Lesotho

A truckload of wool worth R8m on its way from Lesotho was intercepted in the Free State on Tuesday on suspicion of being stolen, police said on Thursday. → Read More

Couple to take Beloftebos to Equality Court for refusal to host same-sex wedding reception

Two women who were turned away when they tried to book the Beloftebos Wedding Venue for their reception, are taking the owners of the venue to the Equality Court. → Read More

Quick-thinking driver crashes into police van to save himself from hijackers

Hijacked and forced to drive by the people who had ambushed him in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, a man saw only one way out - crash into a police van and ask for help. → Read More

Another couple disappointed after Beloftebos venue stands firm on LGBTQI+ weddings policy

A same-sex couple was angered and disappointed after a wedding venue in the Western Cape declined to host their wedding – and it wasn't the first time the venue declined to host a function. → Read More

WATCH | 'Joburg' speedster cruises highway at more than 300km/h

A video of a driver apparently clocking over 300km/h on a public highway had social media abuzz on Sunday. → Read More

Cape Town reviewing sports ground use amid reports of R1 000 lease for prime golf course

The City of Cape Town came under fire when a report emerged that it was proposing to lease the 45.99ha golf course in the prime suburb for R1 000 a year. → Read More

Murder, gangsterism and tragedy: Meet the matriculants who just kept going

Ridah Khan stood on the green lawns of the Western Cape premier's residence with photographers surrounding him, but less than two months ago the Atlantis matriculant had to write exams under police guard. → Read More

Heatwave: City of Cape Town issues safety warning as numbers at pools expected to swell

Parents and children are urged to be cautious when swimming to cool off during the heatwave in Cape Town, after 14 people drowned over the festive season. → Read More

FEEL GOOD | WATCH: Emotional next chapter for mom as 'miracle baby' heads to big school

It was not just a big first day of school for young Zachary Williams, but also for his mom Lee-Anne, a survivor of cancer, who years ago underwent a groundbreaking procedure, and can now watch her "miracle baby" start the next chapter of his life. → Read More

Six people in critical condition after suspected 'poisoning incident' in Cape Town

Six people are in serious to critical conditions after a suspected poisoning incident in Wetton, Cape Town. → Read More

Mystery solved over school's 'incomplete' matric results

To their horror, 25 Laingsburg High School pupils in the Western Cape find out their history marks are missing and their matric results incomplete. → Read More

Unlocking their future: Prison matrics achieve 82.6% pass rate

Of the 161 inmates who sat for matric exams in South Africa's correctional facilities,133 passed, with some getting distinctions, Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola has announced. → Read More

Ramaphosa can't be 'shocked' by drought, says Steenhuisen, urging emergency action

DA interim leader John Steenhuisen says President Cyril Ramaphosa should order premiers to take urgent action to counter the drought crippling parts of the country. → Read More

Teen dead, two missing at sea after dreaded rip currents strike in Port Elizabeth

An 18-year-old has drowned at Port Elizabeth's Wells Estate beach and two people are missing, the NSRI said on Thursday. → Read More

Long commute pays off for some of Cape Town's ecstatic matrics

Matriculants at Trafalgar High, Cape Town's first non-mission school for coloured and black children, overcome many challenges. → Read More

2 men arrested for allegedly robbing woman in her home while she napped

A Nyanga woman woke to the terrifying sight of an armed man instructing her to keep quiet while his accomplice ransacked her home, Western Cape police have said. → Read More

'You did just beautifully!' - hugs and smiles as IEB pupils in Cape Town collect results

Matriculants who wrote the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) exams can breathe a sigh of relief as they collected their results, with the IEB boasting a 98% pass rate. → Read More

Another refugee leader in court as talks to resolve Methodist Church stalement continue

A second leader of the refugees and asylum seekers living in the Methodist Church in Cape Town has appeared in court. → Read More