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The DispatchSouthafrica
    • Huge relief for NPOs
    • Pensioner lucky to survive brutal attack
    • Reaping fruits of his labour
    • Chief Kama endorses Sisulu
    • SA intellectually bankrupt
    • DG slated for angry outburst
    • Discover secrets of Eastern Cape’s hidden gems
    • Henderson race brings out the best
    • Challengers set to run gauntlet
    • Mobara eyes Euro chance
The SowetanSudan
    • Salga says municipal debt should be written off
    • US student dies after release from N. Korea
    • 'Kind' taxi boss killed at the rank
    • Tanzanian leader reaffirms ban on pregnant girls attending state schools
    • S Sudan famine 'over'
    • Karabo Mokoena’s alleged killer believes she committed suicide
    • OPINION: A public protector’s job is to make sure people stick to the law - not to change it
    • Bereaved kin sleep in car waiting for body at morgue
    • Maswanganyi insists transport entities are thriving
    • Kenya foils terror attack planned by Somali militants
News 24Southafrica
    • | Parents must stop resorting to muthi to protect criminals - MEC
    • | Utterances made by ANC Western Cape PEC faction regrettable
    • | In flurry of tweets, Trump lambastes Obama's handling of hacking saga
    • | Johannesburg taxi owner shot and killed
    • | Reject thuggery happening in your name, Fransman tells Ramaphosa
    • | Proteas crash to T20 series defeat in Cardiff
    • | ANC needs to examine itself ahead 2019 elections - Jeff Radebe
    • | Morgan defends dropping himself for SA finale
    • | Hamilton blasts road-rage Vettel as 'disgrace'
    • | Mthethwa urges ANC members to avoid faction
The SunSouthafrica
    • Govt must address issues of divisions – Cleric
    • Melaye alleges forgery of signatures for recall campaign
    • Cameroun out from Confederations cup
    • Gov. Ishaku moves to restore lasting peace on the mambilla plateau
    • Shettima urges military to intensify efforts to end Boko Haram menace
    • Eid-el-Fitr: Obaseki, Ajimobi, others calls for peace, unity
    • Suspected robbers shoot dead corps member in Yenagoa
    • Ooni of Ife warns youths against violence
    • Calm, tight security in Jos as Muslims celebrate Eid-el Fitr
    • UK: Prince Philip back in the saddle
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