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President Cyril Ramaphosa has used the Raymond Mhlaba memorial lecture to issue a wake-up call to those who still believe apartheid was not a crime against humanity.

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It is expected to be warm to hot in many parts of the country on Monday, according to the South African Weather Service.

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He said no matter how some felt, Zuma's contributions and place in the history of the former liberation movement could never be erased.

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Concerned citizens who "benefited from apartheid" have taken a stand against recent apartheid-related statements which they have described as "insensitive".

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The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure has released hundreds of parcels of land as part of the government's commitment to land reform, redistribution and restitution.

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Localised flooding in Nonoti and KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal, has caused three cars to be swept off a bridge, leading to the death of a 28-year-old woman on the north coast.

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The ANC in Gauteng has confirmed that MP Judith Tshabalala is back home safe after being hijacked on Saturday night.

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The debate on President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation Address has made headlines for all the wrong reasons. But there have been some points of interest.

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Two months before President Cyril Ramaphosa’s son Andile Ramaphosa signed a contract with corruption-accused company Bosasa, it was already paying money into a bank account belonging to his company, Blue Crane Capital.

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Taking a cue from Bill Clinton's famous maxim of "the economy, stupid", the manifesto DA interim leader John Steenhuisen hopes will see him elected the party's federal leader, has a strong focus on the economy.

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While most of the Tshwane residents who attended a public hearing on the National Health Insurance Bill have rallied behind the proposed universal healthcare system, they have highlighted daily challenges with public healthcare.

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A KwaZulu-Natal man who was found guilty of raping his daughter over a period of 11 years has been sentenced to life imprisonment.

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At least 16 learners from Vusisizwe Primary School in Soweto were hospitalised after eating expired sweets.

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Two assault cases have been opened after EFF members were removed from the North West legislature during the State of the Province Address.

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A Klerksdorp teacher has died of a heart attack after arriving at school to prepare for a sports trip to Vereeniging.

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A Cape Town man, thought to be mentally ill, became embroiled in a drawn-out cat-and-mouse game with the police and emergency services as he hid in a tree, in a room in a private flat, and then finally climbed on top of a block of flats and threw roof tiles at the police, all while naked.

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The death of two men in what is believed to be taxi-related violence in Tsakane, Ekurhuleni, has led to a massive police manhunt for the gunmen.

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Former president Jacob Zuma says he is not using his illness to run from the law and if he is sent to jail, he will serve his time.

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A prisoner has died and an official has been injured in an incident at St Albans Correctional Centre in Port Elizabeth.

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A Limpopo nurse has appeared in court on charges of fraud, after allegedly posing as a lawyer and offering to assist a patient injured in a car accident.

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After his recent release from prison, Fees Must Fall activist Kanya Cekeshe has no regrets for being part of the movement and now wants to fight for inmates' rights.

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Two "good Samaritans" - one a local surfer and the other a local body boarder - have rescued a German tourist who was caught in a rip current in Herolds Bay.

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The founder of vocal group Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Joseph Shabalala, will be posthumously nominated for the gold national Order of Ikhamanga.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has delivered the eulogy at the funeral of the founder of Ladysmith Black Mamabazo, Joseph Shabalala.

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The Gauteng school community is mourning the death of yet another two pupils - one who was struck by lightning and the other who died in his sleep - increasing the pupil death toll in the province in 2020 to 18.

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