Genevieve Quintal

Jo’burg confident Pikitup strike will be over soon

There is a "willingness" by both the City of Johannesburg and Samwu to bring the Pikitup strike to an end, a city spokesperson said on Tuesday.

Swazi youth plan North Africa-style uprising

The youth of Swaziland are planning a North African-style uprising on April 12 and are to demand a "total change of the system of government".

Seven killed in lightning strike in KwaZulu-Natal

The KwaZulu-Natal disaster management unit was on Saturday providing support to the families of seven people who died in a lightning strike.

There’s no place for you here, Mthethwa tells corrupt cops

Corrupt policemen need to be kicked out of the force, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa said in Johannesburg on Thursday.

‘We are failing our children’

SA is one of 12 countries that has failed to reduce child mortality since 1990, according to the 2009/10 SA Child Gauge, released on Tuesday.

Fans turn out in droves for over-the-counter ticket sales

Constipated computers, a blast of pepper spray, a tragic collapse and excited banter marked the first day of over-the-counter 2010 ticket sales.

‘Massive demand’ for World Cup tickets

Politics and farm murders were forgotten on Thursday as South Africans queued to buy Soccer World Cup tickets over the counter.

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