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The teacher at heart of the racial storm at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke has fled the town, the US government erroneously tagged a Pretoria family home as a global crime hotspot and another wildfire flares up in the Western Cape.

Have a look at some of our leading stories:

Teacher at centre of Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke storm leaves town

It is being reported that the teacher who was suspended after a photo of Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke Grade R pupils, seemingly separated on the basis of their race, has left the town.

#Woolworths: We bought Ubuntu Baba carriers to 'draw inspiration'

Woolworths admitted it bought baby carriers, including those of Ubuntu Baba, to 'draw inspiration' for its own product.

Heartbreak, disbelief as tearful Andy Murray announces retirement

Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray stunned the tennis world by announcing his plans to retire from tennis.

Farmer shoots neighbour and cop on Koffiefontein farm before being shot himself

A police officer and two others have been killed in a bloody shootout at Dassiekop Farm in Koffiefontein in the Free State.

Overstrand fires: Franskraal residents ordered to evacuate

Residents of Franskraal on the coastal Overstrand region in the Western Cape have been ordered to evacuate after a wildfire flared up in the area.

Truman Prince in ICU after heart attack

Controversial Beaufort-West deputy mayor Truman Prince was taken into hospital after suffering a heart attack on Friday.

US falsely associates Pretoria family with illegal activity

Hundreds of people - including the South African police and Hawks - showed up at the family's house.

It’s a five-star weekend at SA cinemas with the release of 3 deeply moving new films

Three new films open at local cinemas that you absolutely must see.

WATCH: Bonang has a shockingly good singing voice and we're shook

Bonang Matheba really is a lady of many talents.

Dagga Party wants to #HotboxTheHouse as it aims to contest elections

The Dagga Party of South Africa is preparing to contest this year's elections and potentially have a say on cannabis legislation in Parliament, if it can raise the R200 000 registration free.

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