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News24 | 'No secret recipe': Competing on two fronts not just a South African challenge in Euro rugby

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen pointed out after his side's humbling 12-44 loss to the Lions that even they still struggle with squad rotation.

News24 | ANC manipulating, gaslighting voters as it abuses state resources to win votes, claims Steenhuisen

DA leader John Steenhuisen wants Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka to investigate President Cyril Ramaphosa, claiming the ruling party wants to use taxpayer money to help it win votes.

News24 | Scuba diving tragedy in Gqeberha: Chinese tourist dies despite rescue efforts

A Chinese tourist died in Gqeberha after he surfaced, unconscious, from a scuba dive on Sunday morning.

News24 | Monday's weather: Fire risk for some regions across five provinces

The South African Weather Service warned of extremely high fire danger conditions in several parts of five provinces.

News24 | Heroic pilots and crew ensure safe landing after FlySafair wheel damage drama

As the air crew on FlySafair Flight FA212 chanted, "brace, brace brace!", passengers bowed their heads and hung onto the seat rests in front as the plane shuddered and shook.

News24 | Agony continues for Kaizer Chiefs, coach Johnson after another stinging defeat

The 2023/24 season has continued to go from bad to worse for Kaizer Chiefs and, on Sunday afternoon at the King Zwelithini Stadium, relegation-threatened Richards Bay ensured the Soweto giants left Durban with zero DStv Premiership points.

News24 | Johan Fourie | What SA can learn from Jamaica's debt decline

Jamaica cut its debt from 144% of GDP in 2012 to 72% in 2023 despite averaging annual real growth of only 0.75% over the period, says Johan Fourie.

News24 | Rise Mzansi announces plans to combat hunger and end food insecurity

Rise Mzansi's leaders, organisers and volunteers managed soup kitchens across the country to mark the party's one-year anniversary.

News24 | Relays suddenly a viable option for medals for Team SA at Paris Olympics

With the men's 400m back to being strong again, Team SA has a team that can go to the Olympics and break their 2021 duck, provided they learn to do something they haven't done before - work together.

News24 | SAA seeks minority shareholders and loans

Government is seeking potential minority investors and access to capital markets and loan financing for South African Airways for more rapid expansion, following the collapse of a previous equity deal, the national flag carrier’s interim chairman Derek Hanekom said.

News24 | Limpopo police probe alleged rape of Grade 2 girl by Grade 7 pupil

Limpopo police are investigating the rape of a 7-year-old girl, allegedly by a Grade 7 boy, at Shongoane Primary School in Lephalale

News24 | Parliament declined to provide 'directions and guidance' on Mkhwebane gratuity

Busisiwe Mkhwebane was removed as Public Protector following a parliamentary process that found her unfit to hold office, but Parliament's legal advisors declined to provide any guidance on whether or not she should receive a R10 million gratuity.

News24 | GBV crisis: Activists voice frustration after 89 cases struck off roll in Western Cape courts

Gender-based violence activist Marguerite Holtzhausen stressed that many women withdrew cases because they felt that protection orders could not be implemented.

News24 | Radio presenter removed over complaints, not Eid lunch with Cape Town mayor, says VoC manager

Shafiek Sedick is the chair of the Wynberg Concerned Citizens non-profit organisation, which organised the Eid lunch.

News24 | Shot at, pistol whipped, robbed: A day in the life of an EMS worker in Nelson Mandela Bay

As a paramedic, rushing to tend to an accident scene, a few seconds can mean the difference between life and death - but, for emergency medical service personnel in Nelson Mandela Bay, just getting to a patient has become a fight for survival.

News24 | Seven years of billsh*t: Joburg resident takes City to court after ongoing billing chaos

The City of Johannesburg has been interdicted from disconnecting a resident's water and electricity after years of the woman trying to resolve the matter of her unreasonably high utility bills.

News24 | Zuma's Russian connections: A mystery fixer, Siberian forests and a Belarus address

Former president Jacob Zuma is engaged in protracted discussions about trading carbon credits with a Russian NGO, facilitated by a newly established, yet enigmatic Belarusian entity, while sporting a new Belarusian address for his foundation.

News24 | ANC manipulating, gaslighting voters as it abuses state resources to win votes, claims Steenhuisen

DA leader John Steenhuisen wants Public Protector Kholeka Gcaleka to investigate President Cyril Ramaphosa, claiming the ruling party wants to use taxpayer money to help it win votes.

News24 | Scuba diving tragedy in Gqeberha: Chinese tourist dies despite rescue efforts

A Chinese tourist died in Gqeberha after he surfaced, unconscious, from a scuba dive on Sunday morning.

News24 | Monday's weather: Fire risk for some regions across five provinces

The South African Weather Service warned of extremely high fire danger conditions in several parts of five provinces.

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