28 July 2016, 06:39:53
Tornado seen in Pretoria. Picture Credit: @the_dippa on Twitter

Do you live along SA's tornado belt?

Tornadoes in South Africa as not as rare as you might think — they can creep up wherever a thunderstorm is brewing‚ especially along the country’s tornado belt.
Monte Casino. Picture Credit: Marianne Schwankhart

Montecasino staff get counseling after witnessing horrific suicide by fire

Montecasino staff members who witnessed the horrifying sight of Peter Dariol Williams setting himself alight at the casino on Sunday are undergoing counselling.

Reinstatement of axed SABC journalists welcomed

The reinstatement of seven fired SABC journalists has been widely welcomed.

Fill up before petrol pumps run dry: AA tip for motorists ahead of strike

The Automobile Association has advised motorists to ensure they have fuel‚ ahead of a strike by the Chemical‚ Energy‚ Paper‚ Printing‚ Wood and Allied Workers’ Union (CEPPAWU) set to begin on Thursday.

Court bid to oust ANC leadership in KZN

The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal is unaware of the motive behind a last-ditch court bid brought just before the local government elections to nullify its provincial leadership.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema visits Tembisa following a tornado battered parts of Tembisa on Tuesday. Picture Credit: Boikhutso Ntsoko

No EFF coalition with ANC: Malema

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has vehemently rejected the possibility of his party entering into a coalition in any municipality after the August 3 elections.

Hlaudi throws in towel‚ reinstates fired journalists

The South African Broadcasting Corporation will reinstate the seven news employees who challenged their dismissal for speaking out against a decision by the public broadcaster’s chief operating officer‚ Hlaudi Motsoeneng‚ to ban news coverage of violent protests.

"I’m loving this Kaizer Chiefs team" - Motaung

Bobby Motaung says he “is loving” the current Kaizer Chiefs team.
Knife crime - Stock image

Mahikeng mom who stabbed daughter to death will hear her fate next week

A North West woman who stabbed her two-year-old daughter to death will know her fate on Monday after sentencing proceedings were postponed on Wednesday.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema visits Tembisa following a tornado battered parts of Tembisa on Tuesday. Picture Credit: Boikhutso Ntsoko

We will rebuild shacks damaged by tornado: EFF's Malema

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has committed his party to help rebuild shacks that were damaged by a tornado in Tembisa.
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