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Numsa mum on strike but vocal about KZN Working on Fire and Eskom bonuses

Numsa has been mum on its threatened engineering strike, but spoke out on Wednesday about Working on Fire KZN and bonuses at Eskom.

Zille faces no confidence motion with DA's full support

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille will face a motion no confidence debate with the full support of the Democratic Alliance, the party says.

20kg of rhino horn found at OR Tambo Airport

Police efforts to curb crime in and around OR Tambo airport are bearing fruit, with amongst others, a woman arrested with 20kg of rhino horn in her possession.

Evangelist wanting to anoint woman with penis gets community service

A 47-year-old man who allegedly tried to anoint a woman with his manhood has been sentenced to 80 hours of community service.

Phase 2 of Ford Kuga SA recalls begins

Ford SA has announced that phase 2 of Ford Kuga recalls has begun.

Bongo Maffin to reunite?

Well, it seems that if all goes well a Bongo Maffin reunion could be in the pipeline as talks to reunite the group are ongoing.

Teen hit by car after getting off bus

A 14-year-old girl was seriously injured after she was knocked down by a vehicle while getting off a bus in Germiston on Wednesday.

Three-year-old mauled by dogs doing 'much better'

The family of a three-year-old girl says she is 'recovering well' after she was attacked by her neighbour's dogs in Athlone.

Charges laid against Motsoaledi and Dhlomo

The DA has opened a case of culpable homicide against Aaron Motsoaledi and Sibongiseni Dhlomo following the deaths of 300 cancer patients in KZN.

Construction workers injured after wall collapses

Four people have been injured after a wall collapsed on them in Parkmore on Wednesday.

Trump thinks he should be added to Mount Rushmore

President of the United States Donald Trump jokingly suggested that his face be added to Mount Rushmore alongside George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt.
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