News as of 43 years ago
A HIT has allegedly been taken out on the life of a corruption-busting chief financial officer in a Free State municipality.
THE chief financial officer of Ngwathe municipality has allegedly been assaulted by two employees.
US top seed John Isner fired 21 aces in advancing to the ATP Hall of Fame Championships semi-finals with a 7-6 (7/5), 6-4 victory over fifth-seeded countryman Alex Bogomolov.
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RYAN VREDE praises Peter de Villiers for making Butch James his first-choice flyhalf.
Seifsa accused strikers of intimidating non-strikers, damaging property.
Women and children, including 50 blind people, were locked out of their homes.
The winter of labour discontent is now escalating to include petrol and drug supplies, which will be hit by an indefinite strike that is expected to start on Monday.
The World Bank has published a collection of case studies on the continent
Mike Schussler, the director of Economists.co.za, hit the nail on the head...
China may rein in plans to invest heavily in seven new strategic industries, including high-speed rail and wind power, scaling back cutting-edge projects for industries suffering from old-fashioned problems such as corruption and overcapacity.
A German soldier had turned in safe-deposit boxes containing more than e1 million (R10m) two days after finding them, German media said this week.
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Says congress is playing a dangerous game.
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SA smartphone penetration is predicted to soar to 80% by 2014.
Jennifer Aniston has been immortalised in concrete at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Harry Potter actor Jason Isaacs says he never quite got to grips with the wig he had to wear as Lucius Malfoy.
Rabinowitz is on stage at The Market theatre with his solo show You Can't Be Serious.
Parents shouldn't hesitate to invade their children's privacy by monitoring their cellphones - they may be preventing them from becoming victims of cyber-bullies.
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It was well worth the wait for 18 members of the Soweto Gospel choir who welcomed pop star Kylie Minogue, when she arrived at Johannesburg's OR Tambo Airport yesterday.
Love in Something Borrowed is not inspiring, writes Tymon Smith
The Temptations have been many places during their 50-or-so years together. Now Broadway beckons.
Thanks to his ubiquitous smash single "F*** You," hit album "The Lady Killer," and successes with Gnarls Barkley, singer-songwriter and rapper Cee Lo Green has already conquered the music business.
Bulls props Dean Greyling and Werner Kruger and Cheetahs loose forward Ashley Johnson are set to make their test debuts against Australia in Sydney in two weeks' time.
South Africa's cricket feud could be a matter of life and death, according to one of the protagonists.
Tomorrow's Super 15 final pits the two finest flyhalves in the competition - Quade Cooper of the Reds and Dan Carter of the Crusaders - in a potentially mouth-watering contest.
Souleymane Coulibaly . remember the name. The Ivorian will be 17 on Boxing Day, and he will also, in due course, become one of the great goalscorers of the next decade.
Racing is full of chance, luck, fate, serendipity and curious happenstance - as was evident at the Durban July last weekend.
The amount of time asylum seekers have to apply for refugee status after entering South Africa could be reduced from 14 days to five.
Environmentalists are furious about the reopening of a gold mine next to the Sudwala Caves, regarded as the oldest known caves in the world.
A Somali-born moved to a predominantly coloured area of the Strand near Cape Town to escape xenophobia.
US world 100 metres silver medallist Tyson Gay has undergone surgery on his right hip and will not run again this year.
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Passengers may have to pay up to R100 more on a plane ticket after the Airports Company SA announced a sharp tariff hike.
Two senior managers at a Queenstown hospital have been handed letters of intended suspension after patients were found being treated in appalling conditions.
Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara has named General Soumaila Bakayoko, the former rebel military chief, as chief of staff of the country's new army.
The possibility of Cape Town hosting a Formula One Grand Prix is in line with the administration's goal to establish the city as the events capital of SA, an official says.
Seven months after Visa and MasterCard blocked credit card payments to WikiLeaks, donating to the whistleblower website using plastic has become possible again.
British former welterweight and light-welterweight world champion Ricky Hatton has retired, two years after his last fight.
Recent developments recognise that the future of 3D doesn
After the signing of Manchester United's Wes Brown, Sunderland have now also claimed the services of United's John O'Shea.
Thursday 7 July 2011
Day 4. It was a day defined by poignant last minute victories as surfers competing in the ASP PRIME Mr Price Pro Ballito battled for the remaining twelve spots in this years R1.
President Jacob Zuma will lead a delegation attending the inaugural celebration to the Republic of South Sudan.
Tourists are crowding into central Florida as Nasa forged ahead with plans to launch Atlantis on the final mission of the US shuttle programme despite forecasts of stormy weather.
India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh became the 11th player to take 400 Test wickets.
Antoine van Heerden made it three from three by winning the Exterra duathlon in Knysna to dominate the Big5 Challenge.
The Australian Rugby Union is unimpressed that the Springboks will send a B-team to Australia for the opening of the Tri Nations.
Community Safety MEC Dan Plato apologised on Thursday and said he had been misinformed about a four-year-old girl allegedly addicted to tik.