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1685 SAPS members test positive for Covid-19, 14 dead from the...

Police Minister Bheki Cele has said that a total of 1685 members of the South African Police Services (SAPS) have tested positive for Covid-19,...

Cele urges non-compliant residents to adhere to Level 3 restrictions

After embarking on a multidisciplinary operation in Soweto on Saturday, Minister of Police Bheki Cele found that some residents were still not adhering to...

Ramaphosa renews call for communities and police to work together to...

As the body count of gender-based violence (GBV) victims continues to increase, President Cyril Ramaphosa has renewed his call on all South Africans to...

FS Cogta head leans towards Mangaung in Eskom squabble

The head of the Free State Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) has weighed in on Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality’s debt to Eskom,...

Call made to rename Soweto

The idea of renaming the giant township after James ‘Sofasonke’ Mpanza has the apparent support of Julius Malema. The second deputy provincial secretary of the...

Today in History

These are some of the events that happened on this day, in the South African history. 2006    The Johannesburg International Airport is officially renamed OR...

Today, 28 years ago, the “Sharpeville Six” narrowly escaped executions

On 11 July 1988, Duma Khumalo, Oupa "Scotch" Diniso, Ja-ja Sefatsa, Theresa Ramashamola, Francis Mokhesi and Reid Mokoena, better known as the "Sharpeville Six",...

Today, 18 years ago, Schalk van Rensburg testified before the TRC

Former director of Roodeplaats research Laboratories, Dr Schalk van Rensburg, testifies before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) that the death of former Black...

GALLERY: Today, 53 years ago, Thomas Trevor Motswai , award-winning South...

Thomas Trevor Motswai (known as Tommy) is an award-winning South African artist. He has achieved national and international acclaim. Motswai was born on 27 May...

Masango sinks Celtic in Soweto

Willard Katsande of Chiefs and Lerato Lamola of Celtic. PHOTO: Kick-off

Phunya Sele Sele ready for the Amakhosi

Joel Mogorosi. PHOTO: Kick-off

Today in History: 16th June

Historical Events: • 1976: Soweto students march against government's language policy. • 2011: Day of the African Child. • 1999: Thabo Mbeki is elected second President of a democratic South...

Pienaar dalk in die Bokke se begin-vyftiental

Ruan Pienaar. Getty Images.