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NEWS - TIMES LIVE
  • More than half of SAPS flying squad vehicles in Gauteng are off the road
    More than half of the 231 flying squad vehicles in Gauteng are parked at police garages and private workshops, community safety MEC Faith Mazibuko has revealed.
  • All Blacks loose forward Shannon Frizell charged with assault
    New Zealand loose forward Shannon Frizell has been charged with assault after an incident at a Dunedin nightclub in May, New Zealand media reported on Monday.
  • 'I don’t even count myself any more — I work for my family': Waitress on loss of income during lockdown
    'I’m heavily indebted right now because at some point I had to prioritise food and rent,' says a Joburg waitress eagerly awaiting the resumption of sit-down service after the booze ban was eased.
  • ‘Gauteng is over the worst’: Protest-fuelled Covid-19 spike unlikely, says Prof Madhi
    Gauteng is not likely to see a jump in Covid-19 cases and deaths after the recent looting and civil unrest, says Prof Shabir Madhi.
  • POLL | How are you feeling about kids going back to school?
    Schools around SA reopened on Monday according to strict health protocols and other measures announced by the minister of basic education.
  • Some relief as SA to ease from cold to 'cool' this week
    As SA battles to recover from last week’s record low temperatures, the SA Weather Service says another cold front is set to move in over the Western Cape from tomorrow, bringing rain.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • LETTER: SA is out of step with AU and some Arab states on Israel
    ANC ministers express open hostility toward the Jewish state despite many African countries forging strong diplomatic relationships with Israel
  • Little evidence that SA politicians understand their role in service delivery
    The probability is low that the recent looting and violence will jolt the bureaucracy out of its lethargy
  • Sprinter Rio Querari set to end season on a high note
    Speedster could secure horse-of-the-year title with victory in the Mercury Sprint
  • Osaka and Djokovic on track for Olympic glory
    The Japanese medal hope has been impressive while embracing her role as a Tokyo Games ambassador
  • PODCAST | The latest Consumer Financial Vulnerability Index indicates that SA's consumers are in a dire situation
    Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Johann van Tonder to discuss the latest Consumer Financial Vulnerability Index
  • All systems go for Berg River Canoe Marathon
    Easing of lockdown regulations expected to boost entries after last year’s event was cancelled