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  • Gay couples complain of discrimination at Home Affairs
    A 32-year-old gay woman from Khayelitsha said she recently tried to marry her partner at the Khayelitsha Home Affairs office but the official refused‚ claiming her partner’s ID had expired. The official also asked her who was the top‚ who was the bottom?
  • Forty years later and Solly's Folly is still a Cape Town disaster
    It was an opportunity to “make history”, according to Cape Town’s mayoral committee member for transport and urban development, Brett Herron.
  • Security beefed up at Fort Klapperkop after a spate of robberies
    One suspect was shot and killed and another wounded on Tuesday evening when they and three others allegedly attacked two security guards at the Klapperkop Nature Reserve in Pretoria.
  • Clear and Present danger: The man who ruined the ANC's day
    It was 5.46am when the bombshell dropped. It was a pre-dawn shock, courtesy of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, who lifted the lid on an ANC man being arrested in Soweto – allegedly for his links to cash-in-transit heists.
  • Sihle Zikalala calls for ‘unity before individual interests’ ahead of ANC KZN conference
    The leader of the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal‚ Sihle Zikalala‚ invoked the values of Nelson Mandela’s generation of “unity before individual interests” ahead of the province’s elective conference.
  • The Post Office strike is finally over
    The strike at the South African Post Office (Sapo) is over.
  • NEWS - BUSINESS LIVE
  • LETTER: Who are Cyril Ramaphosa’s people?
    A retired white male does not feel part of Ramaphosa’s people
  • Attack dogs help boxer Rofhiwa get more bite for bouts
    The bantamweight fitness fanatic challenges for the WBA Pan Africa title on Friday
  • LETTER: Avoid Venezuela’s path
    Over the past few years Venezuela’s economy has crashed to lows comparable to wartime
  • Scott Bros thoroughbreds go for a song at dispersal sale
    ‘Almost a free for all’ as dozens of thoroughbreds sell for R5,000 or less
  • DAVID LEWIS: The stark lessons from the arrest of Duduzane Zuma
    'We learn - and those who are contemplating a life of corruption should also learn - that even the mighty can fall'
  • RANJENI MUNUSAMY: It's time Cyril Ramaphosa showed the nation his strength
    'On Monday night, during a 90-minute interview with eNCA, the president said he was not a weak leader but was on a mission to build unity in the ANC'