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Cape Town – How President Jacob Zuma insists on digging his own grave, all eyes on who will replace Dale Steyn at Centurion and an 11-year-old girl becomes the youngest person to swim from Robben Island to Cape Town.
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Months of shocking allegations and claims being made among the City of Cape Town’s leadership are set to come to a head this weekend with Mayor Patricia de Lille possibly being shown the door.
As a follow up act to Barack Obama "The Don" plays in the same aimless space as the Boswell Wilkie Circus – mildly entertaining at first until you realise the product is deeply flawed, writes Brandon Faber.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis must find a replacement for the injured Dale Steyn for the second Test against India.
An 11-year-old girl has become the youngest person ever to swim from Robben Island to Cape Town, a distance of 7.9km.
Newly elected ANC secretary general Ace Magashule says he will step down as Free State premier and provincial ANC chairperson by March.
President Jacob Zuma is halfway through digging his political grave. His ardent supporters, who have been showering him with shoddy advice and making a financial killing out of it in return, are screaming: “Keep digging, Mr President!”
South Africa's Katchie Nzama has travelled to so many countries across the African continent. News24's Africa editor Betha Madhomu speaks to her about her experiences and future plans.
This video of Helen Mirren and Ellen DeGeneres chatting about royals, age and technology is a genuine piece of gold that needs to be watched.
The bank's equities business has taken a big hit from the Stellenbosch-headquartered retail conglomerate.
The Zimbabwean government has reportedly hit out at former minister of higher education Professor Jonathan Moyo over claims he made on a BBC current affairs programme that former president Robert Mugabe was ousted by a "military coup".
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