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Hyundai takes on the Germans with new luxury vehicle

Hyundai takes on German luxury car giants Mercedes and BMW with the launch of its new Genesis G70.

Newborn found alive in black municipality refuse bag

A newborn baby was found wrapped in a t-shirt in a black refuse bag in East London on Saturday.

Tsvangirai 'responding to treatment'

Tsvangirai, who was airlifted to a Johannesburg hospital on Thursday, is reportedly responding well to treatment.

Locnville joins SJN Agency

Locnville is ready to take on Africa - and the world - and have joined SJN Agency to help them conquer it all.

Anti-Abuse group calls for life sentence for serial rapist

Mukansi has been convicted of 14 counts of rape and two other charges that happened more than six years ago in Alexandra.

Mbalula on DJ assaulting girlfriend: 'It's shameful and disgusting'

Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula said that the Thembisa DJ who assaulted his girlfriend with a spanner should 'rot in jail'.

McKinsey to face criminal charges over Eskom debacle

The DA will be laying criminal charges against McKinsey in terms of Section 21 of the Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act.

Molefe not joining the PIC

Media reports on Monday claimed that Molefe was up to take on the role of CEO at the PIC.

Mantashe calls a halt to provincial and regional congresses

The decision was made in an effort to prevent disruptions to the party's elective conference to be held in December.

SARS to take KPMG to court over reputational damage

Tom Moyane will be taking KPMG to court for damage done to SARS' reputation after it rescinded a report into a rogue unit operating at the revenue service.

Woman accused of killing newborn expected in court

A woman accused of killing her newborn baby is expected to appear in court on Tuesday.
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