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Bodies of four SA holidaymakers who went missing in Mozambique repatriated

The bodies of four South Africans who went missing at sea in Mozambique have been sent back to country.

Another mine worker dies at Harmony Gold mine

A mine worker has died following a fall of ground incident at the Phakisa gold mine near Welkom.

#StateCapture: 'Even the Pope would have been corrupted' - Agrizzi

So intense was the heat at the coalface of the Bosasa bribery empire "even the Pope would have been corrupted", according to Angelo Agrizzi.

A fight for life and death: Ostrich farmers battle as drought cripples Karoo

Ostrich farmers in the Little Karoo have lost an estimated R1bn and have had to lay off 15% to 20% of their workforce as the crippling drought enters its fourth year.

1 killed, another injured in Mayfair mosque shooting

Two unknown suspects have shot and killed a man outside a mosque in Mayfair in Johannesburg.

#StateCapture: Sanef concerned over Zondo's criticism of the media for publishing leaked affidavit

The South African National Editors' Forum says it is concerned by the Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's critisism of the media's work.

MOST WATCHED: Shocking BMW crash grips SA, Kulula flight chaos and beer bonanza makes a comeback

Here is a wrap of some of our most popular videos of the day with a mix from the past.

Giant in SA health, who fought against quackery, dies at 63

South Africa has lost a prominent doctor, activist and scientist, who campaigned against quackery and for better health regulations.

Peter Marais - from corruption and sexual assault claims to dreams of surfing over transvestites and naked women

There is little in South African politics the FF Plus candidate for premier in the Western Cape hasn't done yet - from serving in Apartheid's sham Tricameral Parliament, a few months with Cape Town's mayoral chain, a few months in Leeuwenhof, allegations of corruption and sexual harassment, and dreams of surfing over transvestites and naked women.

Duo in court after video of dead man lying on Chatsworth street surfaces on social media

Two men accused of the murder of an alleged drug dealer in Chatsworth, Durban have appeared in the magistrate's court.

Ramaphosa signs bill to lay bare political party funding

The Party Funding Bill, which is viewed as a step that will improve transparency in the murky world of party funding, has been signed by President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Millions of Zimbabweans living in SA 'must help resolve conflict back home' - ANC

The ANC has called upon the millions of Zimbabweans who had made South Africa their home to get involved in turning around their country.

Rameez Patel to hear his fate soon as discharge application ruling looms

"Misleading" is the word a prosecutor has used to describe the heads of argument the defence team representing murder accused Rameez Patel have submitted in their application for his discharge.

UPDATE: Robert McBride fights to keep his job as IPID boss

Robert McBride, the head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, is challenging Police Minister Bheki Cele's decision not to renew his contract.

Wednesday's weather: Temperatures rise in the north of SA

Very hot conditions are expected over the central interior and along the northern border of SA on Wednesday but extremely high temperatures are expected in the northern interior.

#News24 ICYMI: Lights out for SA economy if Eskom fails, warns World Bank, drama on Kulula flight; and did this ad bring Charlize Theron and Brad Pitt together?

Coligny murder witness changes his story again, "I was just so shocked to see five policemen all urinating in a row in peak morning traffic," says incensed mom and Heyneke Meyer says there was no better human being in his Bok squads than Pat Lambie.

ANC echoes Deputy Chief Justice Zondo's warnings to the media

The ANC has echoed the sentiments of Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo that the work of the state capture commission of inquiry should not be undermined.

Giyani water project halted as Lepelle Northern Water terminates contract with LTE Consulting Engineers

Lepelle Northern Water has terminated its contract with LTE Consulting Engineers, which was contracted to work on the Giyani Water Project.

Alleged robber shot and arrested after attempting to stab police dog

An alleged robber was shot and then arrested after he attempted to stab a police dog while fleeing police in KwaZulu-Natal, police have said.
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