• VIDEO: Two men chase down remote jammer

    CCTV footage has emerged showing two men chasing suspects who attempted to steal from a parked vehicle in Boksburg, on the East Rand. In the footage, posted by Clinton Festraets on Saturday, an Opel Corsa vehicle is seen parking behind a BMW X5 at the K90 shopping centre on Friday afternoon, Rekord East reported.

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  • Photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown in casket leaked?

    A photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown lying in her casket has reportedly been leaked, with one media outlet paying more than $100,000 for the picture. Speaking to reporters outside the church, she said of Pat Houston, Whitney's sister: ''It's not over.

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  • Itumeleng Khune's salary chopped

    My News My Community - Sowetan LIVE.

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  • White settlers never stole any land from Africans: iLIVE

    Black Africans never owned any land. Black Africans NEVER owned any land. Who "disadvantaged" the 'black' people of the interior in Southern Africa before the (supposed) belligerent 'white' settlers moved inland in the mid 19th century..? As certainly, what the 'settlers' found was not a hugely advanced infrastructure, deep mines, airports, vast libraries of written works, grandiose institutions of learning, etc. No, as little as 170 years ago they found masses of black people (indigenous to the Southern tip of Africa, The San) living on the fringes of the stone age.

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  • Kylie Jenner flaunts curves in swimsuit | The New Age Online

    Reality TV star Kylie Jenner loves her figure and is not afraid to flaunt it.

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  • Woman finds chewed bubble gum in KFC burger

    A KFC customer in Durban claims to have discovered a piece of chewed-up gum on the bun of her Crunch Burger recently. On Facebook, Danri Kruger shared the picture of the bubble gum on her burger bun, which she had purchased from the Bluff Towers KFC branch in Durban last Friday, City Buzz reported. “I took a few bites of the burger only to realise something odd on the inside of my burger wrapping. After [a] closer inspection, I was disgusted to find out it was bubble gum.

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  • Frans Steyn mourns brother’s death

    Springbok centre Frans Steyn, who is recovering from a long-term injury, was released from the squad with immediate effect following the death of his brother on Monday morning. Ian Schwartz, Springbok Team Manager said, “We will not take any decisions on his immediate involvement with the squad. Elsewhere in camp, up to nine injured players could be back in contention this week as the Springboks resumed their Castle Lager Rugby Championship campaign in Durban on Monday. Team doctor Craig Roberts is optimistic that Jean de Villiers, Jan Serfontein, Fourie du Preez, Willem Alberts and Pieter-Steph du Toit could all be considered for selection for the first time this season.

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  • DA tables notice of a motion of impeachment against Zuma

    Party leader Mmusi Maimane has told Members of Parliament (MPs) that the party wants the motion debated on 18 August. The party says events that led to the illegal departure of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir in June was a violation of Zuma’s presidential oath to uphold the constitution and all other laws of the land. Maimane has taken the first step towards having the president impeached over the al-Bashir fiasco.

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  • Africa: Makerere Now Ranked Third Best in Africa

    Makerere University has been ranked third best in Africa by a new poll by the internationally respected Times Higher Education of London. The magazine, which annually ranks universities across the world, last week published a snapshot of its 30 best African universities. Makerere comes after University of Cape Town and University of Witswatersrand, both in South Africa.

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  • Teenage girl found dead in North West guesthouse

    A teenage girl was found dead at a guest house in Zeerust, North West police said on Sunday. “It is alleged that the deceased, who wore a red jacket, blue T-shirt with an emblem of a local middle school, blue jeans pair of trousers, and black all-star sneakers was found inside an empty bathtub at the guest house,” he said. Makau said it was alleged the pair did not register at the guest house on arrival. Apparently they were known at the guest house because they had booked in on several occasions previously.

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  • 'Visa regulations are necessary for national security'

    Mantashe says Hanekom and Gigaba have no excuse for arguing with each other in public.

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  • Rodgers delighted with new LFC strikeforce

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has expressed his delight with Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino after the forwards made their first-team debuts in the club’s final warm-up match before the new Premier League season. Benteke, who cost £32.5 million from Aston Villa, drew gasps with a spectacular volleyed goal from the edge of the penalty area as his new team beat League One (third tier) Swindon Town 2-1 on Sunday. “Christian’s goal was incredible, whether it was a pre-season friendly or in a league or cup game,” Rodgers told Liverpool’s official website.

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  • Bongani Fassie disses AKA, Slikour, Cassper Nyovest

    Lately, the Twitterverse has been receiving beef in abundance, with celebrities throwing jabs at each other.

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  • Obama Visit to Kenya Cost U.S.$80 Million

    The cost for one week of accommodation for the 1,200 people accompanying Obama is estimated to have cost U.S.$2.5 million.

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  • Donald Trumps calls South Africa 'a very dangerous mess'

    Donald Trump as taken to Twitter to voice his opinion on what is currently making headlines in South African news.

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  • Stay home, Malema tells EFF supporters

    Julius Malema startled Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) members when he told them to stop coming to court to support him during his corruption trial. “I appreciate that you have been with me and because the leaders of the EFF have abandoned their work to come and support me,” Malema told EFF members outside the High Court, sitting in Polokwane today. Judge Billy Mothle postponed the case because one of the accused Kagiso Dichabe is off sick. Malema told the EFF MPs that they were needed in parliament.

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  • Masango set to rejoin Chiefs this week | The Citizen

    Mandla Masango is set to rejoin Kaizer Chiefs before the end of the week. Masango, 25, had one of his best seasons for Amakhosi, scoring seven league goals in 28 games after years of struggling to break into the first team.

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  • Another lead actor exits 'Generations The Legacy'

    Dabula who played the role of Gadafi has left the soapie to pursue other interests. Dabula joins Denise Zimba and Asanda Foji who were axed last month. While Generations has stated Dabula left on his own accord, their publicity manager, Gaaratwe Mokheti alluded to several actors' contracts not getting renewed in an exclusive with Times LIVE recently.

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  • The Big Read: Home truths for Minister Gigaba

    Others say the line was first uttered by the economics Nobel prize-winner Paul Samuelson. Others claim it was Winston Churchill who said it. Things have changed a lot since Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba walked into his new office last May. President Jacob Zuma had announced Gigaba's move from Public Enterprises to his new portfolio on May 25. Just a few days after he walked into his office the controversial new visa regulations - placing new and onerous obligations on visitors to these shores - were announced.

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  • Get real, white South Africa

    Unfortunately, South Africa has never fundamentally changed over the years, we simply changed clothes. A true miracle in the autumn of 1994, the true service that Mandela Day asks of us, would have been white South Africans getting together to think of effective ways to divide their wealth, compassionately conceding social and economic power in the name of equality and leaping at the myriad opportunities there are to break down structural racial inequality.

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