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Breakthrough in human trafficking investigation

More than 50 children have been rescued by police in what is being called a breakthrough in an ongoing investigation into a human trafficking ring operating in South Africa.


DA slams request for another SAA financials delay

The Democratic Alliance (DA) formally requested the chairperson of the Standing Committee on Finance, Yunus Carrim, to seek a legal opinion regarding Parliament's authority in law to grant South African Airlines (SAA) another extension for the tabling of its annual financial statements.

Thulsie twins appear in court for bail application

The Thulsie twins are set to appear before Johannesburg Magistrate's Court today, their lawyers will present their arguments for the two to be granted bail.

Fransman to go to Western Cape High Court over re-instatement

After much confusion surrounding whether or not Marius Fransman was reinstated into his position as Western Cape Leader, Fransman approached the Western Cape High Court on Monday, to secure his "constitutional rights to fair procedure".



Hard work the key for Shami

India fast bowler, Mohammed Shami, made his return to Test cricket against the West Indies this week and picked up four wickets as the Windies were bowled out for 243.

Kohli leads from the front

India captain, Virat Kohli, smashed a double hundred to put India in charge on day 2 of the first Test against the West Indies after opting to play only five specialist batsman.

Australia recruit former New Zealand skills coach

Former All Blacks skills coach Mick Byrne has signed a four-year contract with the Australian Rugby Union.

Tech, Games and Gadgets

Our Favourite LGBT Superheroes

As Pride Month 2016 came to an end, we thought we’d celebrate by choosing our favourite LGBT superheroes. These superheroes aren’t only brave in terms of fighting crime and villains, but also in fighting the stigma surrounding the beautiful LGBT community. RELATED:

Pokémon GO Etiquette

With all this Pokémon GO frenzy going on, it’s easy for one to get carried away by it and forget ones manners and how to behave in situations. Some people have no Pokémon GO Etiquette We have seen in the past that gamers have caused riots in Central Park when a Vaporeon appeared and thousands went […]

Nintendo Pokémon GO Success Might Be A Myth

Pokémon GO has been out for two weeks now, and just as we thought that Nintendo were making millions off the game, it seems that it is actually the complete opposite. As much as Nintendo owns Pokémon GO, the company only owns 32% of the Pokémon Company, the actually creators behind the Pokémon franchise. RELATED:


Man blows himself up near music festival in Germany

A Syrian man has blown himself up after he was turned away from a music festival in Germany.

Gay dads banned on SA TV

International Media Networks (VIMN) Africa told DStv subscribers in South Africa and the rest of Africa on Thursday that an episode from animated Nickelodeon series, The Loud House would not be aired.

Steenkamps welcome NPA's Pistorius sentence appeal

Barry and June Steenkamp have welcomed the National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA) decision to appeal Oscar Pistorius's murder sentence.
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