• Hamilton wins Monaco F1 nail-biter
    Mercedes takes sixth win in a row, with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel second
  • Children at school where Mandela matriculated say they are left to go hungry on some days
    Almost six months after the Eastern Cape education department had to urgently close down the Reshwa Secondary School in Peddie due to dwindling numbers, pupils and parents claim they have been abandoned.
  • Young couple gunned down on roadside on East Rand after their bakkie runs out of diesel
    A 19-year-old male and a female in her 20s were shot dead by unknown men on the side of Putfontein Road in Benoni on the East Rand on Sunday afternoon after their bakkie apparently ran out of diesel, paramedics said.
  • Ramaphosa delays the announcement of his new cabinet
    President was widely expected to announce his new ministers on Monday
  • Explosives, ammunition and ivory cache found at house in Durbanville
    Members of the Bomb Disposal Unit were called to a house in Durbanville near Cape Town on Saturday where they discovered a cache of explosives, ammunition and ivory.
  • Lewis Hamilton wins Monaco Grand Prix in race worthy of Niki Lauda
    Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Monaco Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday, nursing his car's worn tyres to the finish in a nail-biting victory worthy of the team's late non-executive chairman Niki Lauda.
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  • Astana’s Dario Cataldo takes 15th stage
    Richard Carapaz, the overall leader, finished 11 sec behind
  • Villa play Derby in football's richest match
    Winners gain promotion to Premier League and payout of at least £170m
  • Australia’s Steve Smith blocks out jeers and warns of more runs to come
    It’s water off a duck’s back, says Aussie batsman
  • Old warhorse Lasith Malinga keeps Sri Lanka dreaming
    Some of the veteran fast bowler’s most memorable performances have come at the World Cup
  • UK fans score as top euro football finals go free-to-air
    Champions League broadcaster BT calls up extra viewers