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    We were cruising at 37,000 feet above the earth when a woman wearing a hijab came out of the cockpit.
  • Airline employees may be grounded for three months when diagnosed with HIV
    Airline employees who are diagnosed with HIV may be grounded for three months when they are diagnosed.
  • Eastern Cape mom dies trying to save toddler from burning shack
    An Eastern Cape woman who tried to rescue her three-year-old daughter from their burning shack died with the child‚ police said on Friday.
  • Police yet to take action against Diepsloot's self-confessed HIV-positive serial rapist
    Gauteng police on Friday said they were yet to take any action against an HIV-positive Johannesburg man who has not only claimed to be a serial rapist but admitted to intentionally spreading the disease "because he does not want to die alone".
  • Charlize Theron lends a helping hand to Sweetwaters township teenagers
    Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron listened to dozens of pupils in the township of Sweetwaters outside Pietermaritzburg on Thursday about life in South Africa.
  • Sagan wins Tour's 13th stage, Thomas still in yellow
    Slovakian Peter Sagan underlined his sprint credentials for the third time on the Tour de France Friday after powering to victory in the 13th stage from Bourg d’Oisans to Valence.
  • Star shareholders overwhelmingly approve name change to Pepkor
    The move further distances the retail company from its parent, troubled retailer Steinhoff International
  • MARKET WRAP: JSE cheers weaker dollar as global stocks wobble
    A sliding Chinese yuan, and weaker dollar environment help lift some local miners, with the stronger rand giving positive direction to banks and retailers
  • Eskom whistle-blower dismissed after scrutiny of suspect transactions
    In an independent inquiry, Suzanne Daniels was found guilty on four charges, including the distribution of confidential Eskom information to a third party
  • China and UAE sign raft of economic agreements
    The countries’ leaders held extensive talks about projects in the energy and technology sectors, as well as infrastructure, while Xi Jinping was in Abu Dhabi
  • JSE records broad-based gains, led by banks
    The local bourse was firmer despite new tariff threats by the US against Europe and China, with the weaker dollar proving supportive for local equities
  • Mugabe-era minister jailed for corruption in Zimbabwe
    The minister is accusing of issuing a $12,000 contract to a company that did no work; two other ministers are also facing charges