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  • IPL tones down glitz for COVID-19 era

    The much-delayed Indian Premier League starts Saturday without its customary glitz and glamour, but the Twenty20 tournament is expected to be a welcome relief to cricket fans during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • SAPS ‘may prosecute social media users’ for false posts

    The attack has been described as ‘revolting’, ‘shocking’, and ‘barbaric’. A group of protesters at Fairview Racecourse near Port Elizabeth took revenge against their employees in the most brutal fashion on Thursday, killing and maiming horses that were staying in

  • Alcohol sales permitted from Monday to Friday during Level 1

    With President Cyril Ramaphosa having made the announcement that South Africa will shift down to Level 1 of the nationwide lockdown on Wednesday 16 September, the sale of alcohol is now set to be permitted from Monday to Friday. 


  • 3 000 services to down tools on Monday

    Over 3 000 funeral practitioners are saying that they will engage in a three-day shutdown of all their services after calls from the industry for outsourcing of mortuary facilities to be recognised as legal have gone unanswered by government. 


  • Today’s latest news and headlines, Monday 14 September

    With a new week upon us, we have you covered with all the latest news in South Africa on Monday 14 September.

    Outrage surrounding the use of a South African National Defence Force (SANDF) jet for a failed diplomatic mission

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