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Kings of Leon set Jo’burg on fire

Tens of thousands of fans were wowed by American rock band Kings of Leon with their first concert in Jo'burg.

Malema hearing continues at month-end

ANCYL president Julius Malema's disciplinary hearing has been reconvened to October 26, where final witnesses are expected to testify.

Mbalula urges Boks to ‘moer’ opponents

Fans in green and gold lined the streets of Sandton to bid farewell to the Springboks as they depart for New Zealand ahead of the Rugby World Cup.

Big freeze puts hope for an early spring on ice

Another cold front accompanied by heavy snowfalls, sleet and hail has swept across the country, dashing hopes of an early spring.

Eric Miyeni changes tune on Ferial Haffajee

<i>City Press</i> editor Ferial Haffajee has integrity, columnist Eric Miyeni has said, days after calling her a "black snake in the grass".

SA govt vows to find Hammerl’s body

The government will do everything in its power to repatriate the body of South African photojournalist Anton Hammerl.

Sexwale promises R99m to Alex residents

Government will inject R90-million into Alexandra, with some of the money ear-marked for the relocation and housing of residents from Stjwetla.

Task team set up to tackle homophobic attacks

A national task team is to tackle hate crimes against lesbians and gays, the justice ministry said on Wednesday.

Zuma: Don’t throw away your vote

President Jacob Zuma urged thousands of ANC supporters in Soweto not to "throw away their vote" during the May 18 local government elections.

Malema: Hate speech trial is ‘cheap politicking’

ANCYL president Julius Malema said on Wednesday that AfriForum brought a hate speech case against him only because it wanted the "limelight".

I am no racist, says Malema

ANCYL president Julius Malema denied being a racist when he took the stand on a hate speech charge at the Equality Court in Johannesburg on Wednesday.

Struggle song intended to inspire, court hears

The intention of a struggle song containing the lyrics "shoot the boer" was to inspire and mobilise people, the ANC's Gwede Mantashe told a court.

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