Voters Who Take Photographs Of Their Ballot Papers On Election Day Will Face Imprisonment

The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) is considering banning the taking of photographs of marked ballot papers on election day and when special votes are...

Researchers From Wits University PROVE There Is LIFE After DEATH!

JOHANNESBURG- A team of psychologists and medical doctors associated with the University of the Witwatersrand, a Public university in Johannesburg, South Africa, have announced...

Don’t Allow People To Discredit The Country – Zuma

Giyani - Don't allow people to discredit the country for their own personal gain, President Jacob Zuma said at a Freedom Day rally in Limpopo on...
10 000 African millionaires could head to SA

10 000 African Millionaires Could Head To SA

Cape Town - Over 10 000 millionaires from the rest of Africa are expected to move to South Africa over the next decade, according...

Mariah Carey Demands Table Mountain Changes Colour

Cape Town – A source has exclusively revealed to Channel24 that Mariah Carey is indeed living up to her diva status. Mariah, who arrived in...

Kallis ‘Embarrassed To Be A South African’

Cape Town - Former Proteas legend Jacques Kallis has expressed his disappointment at the announcement made by Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula on Monday regarding...
Peter de Villiers

De Villiers: I Am Not Wanted In South Africa

Cape Town - Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers has agreed to undertake a role in Namibia where he will assist with the development...
Members of the Harrismith Highway Patrol, Warrant Officer Sibeko and Warrant Officer Steenkamp, stopped a suspicious Toyota Corolla on the R74 road when the vehicle drove off at high speed. The members gave chase and managed to stop it. Five bags of dagga, weighing 87.4kg, to value of R87 400 were found in the boot of the vehicle.

Police Arrest Suspects With 100 kg of Weed, Ammunition, After High Speed Chase

Harrismith - Police in Harrismith, Free State, yesterday arrested two suspects  and recovered nearly 100kg's of marijuana (weed) with an estimated value of nearly R100,000,...
South Africa’s specialised crime-fighting unit, the Hawks, are set to investigate criminal charges against Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko said yesterday.

Julius Malema In Trouble: HAWKS After Him

CAPE TOWN - South Africa’s specialised crime-fighting unit, the Hawks, are set to investigate criminal charges against Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, Police Minister...
Kenneth Nkosana Makate

Court Orders Vodacom To Pay ‘Please Call’ Me Inventor

Johannesburg - South Africa’s highest legal authority, the Constitutional Court, has ruled that Vodacom must compensate the inventor of the Please Call Me SMS...

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