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Agrizzi too ill to be treated at Bara?

The alleged crook’s “health emergency” — if that is what it is — shows up the flaws, either in our health system or in our leadership as a whole

Lesego Sedumedi

Founder: Onroute Adventures

Rolene Strauss crowned Miss SA 2014

Bloemfontein's Rolene Strauss has taken the title of Miss South Africa 2014 in a glittering pageant at the Sun City Superbowl.

Grim tales of the Brothers Gupta

How a little-known family in India climbed to the top of the South African political – and economic – game.

We are sorry, say the Guptas

The Guptas have apologised for all the incidents reported surrounding the Sun City wedding of Vega Gupta to India-born Aaskash Jahajgarhia.

Police posse arrested for allegedly escorting Gupta guests

Nine officers have been arrested after they allegedly formed part of a security complement that escorted wedding guests, says a police officer.

Gupta wedding: A Bollywood time at flowery Sun City

For some, wedding planners are a luxury. But for the Gupta family, spokesperson Haranath Ghosh has provided a ­necessary buffer in a time of need.

Westwood guns for third Nedbank Challenge title

Englishman Lee Westwood is hoping to become the first to win three consecutive titles in the upcoming Nedbank Golf Challenge invitation tournament.

Sun City shines during tough times

While most of us think of the Lost City as a rather kitsch establishment, it does offer quality entertainment for all ages.

Westwood retains Nedbank Golf Challenge title

World number three Lee Westwood of England retained his Nedbank Golf Challenge title on Sunday, despite shooting a one-over-par 73 in the final round.

Sport ministry denies hotel room trashing

Sport ministry staff deny trashing a luxury hotel suite booked in the name of President Jacob Zuma at the sports awards ceremony at Sun City.

Sun City manager strangled

A Sun City manager was found strangled in her flat at the resort on Monday, on the day that a Fifa workshop started there, North West police said.

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