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JOBURG MAYOR HERMAN MASHABA SMOKES PEACE PIPE OVER MIGRANTS

AFRICA Diaspora Forum chairman Marc Gbaffou and Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba have kissed and made up. The two had been at each other’s throats after comments made by Mashaba were

UNEMPLOYMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA REMAINS AT 27.7%

JOHANNESBURG – Stats SA has announced that while employment grew by 92,000 in the third quarter of 2017, this was offset by an additional 33,000 job-seekers during the same period,

KOLOLE – SINGLE OLAMIDE & AKA

South African hip hop king AKA, and fellow hip hop royalty, Olamide from Nigeria, join up to discover more about each other’s music and create something amazing. Where Music Meets

‘WE WERE SITTING OUTSIDE: POLICE STARTED SHOOTING’ – SECURITY GUARDS

One of three security guards who were shot by police with rubber bullets has detailed how an ordinary day turned into a nightmare on Tuesday morning. James Mabudu‚ one of

10 PEOPLE DEAD IN LADYSMITH SHOOTING, CAR CRASH

A vehicle was ambushed and then lost control, crashing into an oncoming vehicle believed to be carrying teachers and pupils JOHANNESBURG – At least 10 people are dead after a

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‘GET OFF MY D***’- EMTEE TELLS HATERS AFTER MANHOOD SLIP

Emtee has stood tall despite the frenzy that erupted around leaked pictures of his manhood, after he accidentally shared a video on Instagram live on Monday. A post shared by

SUSPECT KILLED, COP WOUNDED AS KYALAMI MALL ON LOCKDOWN

JOHANNESBURG – At least one suspect has been shot dead and one policemen has been wounded in a shootout with suspected hijackers at Kyalami Corner in Midrand, north of Johannesburg,

FINAL OFALA “FAREWELL” THE LATE IGBO I & ONYENDU NDIGBO OF SOUTH AFRICA

Late Onye Ndu Ndi Igbo South Africa fought for the rights of common man in the streets of Johannesburg; he was always available to respond to the distress calls of

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WHY I WON’T WEAR BLACK TO SUPPORT WHITE FARMERS

I won’t be wearing black for the murdered white farmers. I won’t be signing the petition to create awareness and I won’t be sharing pictures of blood splattered walls on

END OF APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA? NOT IN ECONOMIC TERMS

Political liberation has yet to translate into material gains for blacks. As one woman said, “I’ve gone from a shack to a shack.” By PETER S. GOODMAN Photography by JOAO