Zuma's fate in Abrahams' hands

National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams has been told whether prosecutors believe former president Jacob Zuma should have his day in court. National Prosecuting...

Ntsiki Mazwai prepares to release new album

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Ten things Katlego Danke likes & dislikes about her Isidingo character

Katlego Danke returned onto our TV screens back in 2016 playing the character of Kgothalo, whom she's described as a gutsy go-getter. Katlego took a...

Khuli Chana out to prove that Africa isn't a jungle

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Meet Generations new face

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Body of missing KZN woman found in shallow grave

The body of a KwaZulu-Natal woman was found in a shallow grave in the early hours of Thursday morning in Mpola, near Pinetown. Colonel Thembeka...

Zimbabwe's former vice president joins MDC Alliance

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They murdered him and drank the blood

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Bodies pile as Durban mortuary staff strike over abusive colleagues

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UK authorities issue travel warning to those visiting South Africa

The United Kingdom government has issued a travel advisory, indicating that terrorists are likely to try to carry out indiscriminate attacks in South Africa. They...

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Zuma's fate in Abrahams' hands

National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams has been told whether prosecutors believe former president Jacob Zuma should have his day in court. National Prosecuting...

Ntsiki Mazwai prepares to release new album

For those appetite's were heightened by last year's release good news has finally arrived. Ntsiki Mazwai is ready to bless the world with her...

Ten things Katlego Danke likes & dislikes about her Isidingo character

Katlego Danke returned onto our TV screens back in 2016 playing the character of Kgothalo, whom she's described as a gutsy go-getter. Katlego took a...

Khuli Chana out to prove that Africa isn't a jungle

And how crazy is it that this is all being brought together by our own Khuli Chana together with Absolut? It comes as no...

Meet Generations new face

Generations is all about introducing its audience to new characters and the latest addition to the Generations family has been the Phillips family. Over the...

Body of missing KZN woman found in shallow grave

The body of a KwaZulu-Natal woman was found in a shallow grave in the early hours of Thursday morning in Mpola, near Pinetown. Colonel Thembeka...

Zimbabwe's former vice president joins MDC Alliance

Former Vice President and leader of the opposition party, National People’s Party, Joice Mujuru, has announced her decision to join the MDC Alliance. “Be ready,...

They murdered him and drank the blood

A STATE witness has linked an activist and a resident to the murder of South African National Civic Organisation leader Sabata Chale. During her testimony...

Bodies pile as Durban mortuary staff strike over abusive colleagues

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UK authorities issue travel warning to those visiting South Africa

The United Kingdom government has issued a travel advisory, indicating that terrorists are likely to try to carry out indiscriminate attacks in South Africa. They...