• News
    SowetanLIVE

    Another urination scandal hits Stellenbosch University

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  • Celebrity
    SowetanLIVE

    Veteran actor Vusi Thanda thanks fans for donations

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  • News
    The Citizen

    Home affairs minister says the law instructs police to ascertain immigration status; not him.

    Home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi has rubbished claims that he instructed police to conduct spot checks and ascertain immigration status of foreign nationals as misleading. The minister said it was the Immigration Act that empowered the police to conduct spot checks to ascertain immigration status. The Act states that when so requested by an immigration officer or a police officer, any person shall identify himself or herself as a citizen, permanent resident or foreigner.

  • Business
    The Citizen

    Bloomberg Billionaires Index: Four South Africans in the world's richest 500

    Bloomberg Billionaires Index World’s richest billionaires Mark Zuckerberg, who is 22nd on the list, boosted his wealth by $195 million since the last Index, despite his net worth plummeting by nearly $70 billion in 2022. The Top 10 list is dominated by the Technology industry (Musk, Bezos, Bill Gates, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Steve Ballmer). Other top industries include Industrial (Adani), Consumer (Bernard Arnault), and Energy (Mukesh Ambani).

  • News
    The Citizen

    Police discover massive illegal mining plant in Springs

    The South African Police Service (Saps) discovered a massive illegal gold processing plant and drugs worth R200 000 during police raids in Springs on Thursday. The police made these discoveries during operation Okae Molao. Police spokesperson, Colonel Mavela Masondo said the plant was being operated by 14 illegal miners.

  • Sport
    SowetanLIVE

    Eskom apologises as it announces weekend and next week's load-shedding schedule

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  • News
    TimesLIVE

    Most crime in SA is committed by South Africans, not foreigners: Thabo Mbeki

    SA could not have an immigration policy which chased away foreigners, the former president said. Foreigners made a huge contribution to the country's freedom and people died in Mozambique for supporting SA. Earlier this month, police minister Bheki Cele said the number of South Africans in prison showed that foreigners are not the problem.