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Inside one of the units, The Citizen met two women sitting on a carpet in what should be the living room, eating bread and slap chips for lunch. They agreed to talk on condition anonymity.
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Since the Polokwane national conference of 2007, factionalism has been party culture.
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Warrants of arrest for the lawyers were obtained from a magistrate’s court and executed on Monday
Rand Water was able to complete repairs and started pumping water yesterday afternoon.
The ANC defeated the motion with 37 votes while the DA, EFF, and other smaller parties managed to get 33 votes.
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Mukhuba and her congregation were arrested on Sunday following a noise complaint stemming from about 2,000 gathered congregants.
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An independent panel, which was set up to determine whether there was a prima facie case for public protector’s removal, has recommended that Parliament move with proceedings.

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Provided there is a strong process of checks and balances, why should a gravely ill person not be allowed to make their last decision of how and when they die?

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Producers and editors are paid to make judgment calls – but lapses of editorial judgment often go unpunished.

Entertainment Chinese actress shares photos of her botched nose surgery

A Chinese actress has shared shocking photos of her “nightmare” botched nose operation, warning fans of the dangers of cosmetic surgery.

Entertainment Review: DAM will leave you aching to peel back the layers

In Shomax’s DAM, South African cultures, using myths and legends come together to create the perfect recipe for a psychological thriller.

Fashion & Beauty Truly timeless: How the mullet and ‘stache were already hot in the Iron Age

The mullet has supposedly been making a comeback for months, but what if this legendary hairstyle had always been at the cutting edge of fashion? That’s what a small Iron Age figurine seems to suggest, in any case. This 5-cm figure of a deity can be seen sporting a mustache and a mullet, a potentially popular hairstyle at the time, according to archeologists.

Fashion & Beauty Zoom era sees pandemic boom in plastic surgeries

Sitting in the consultation room of a swanky cosmetic surgery clinic in Washington, Hudson Young removed his mask under the satisfied gaze of his doctor.

Fashion & Beauty Mullet or bubble braid: which hair trend will you fall for this year?

The year 2020 wasn’t exactly a year for glamorous, sophisticated hairstyles; the general idea was to have clean, brushed hair — the minimum — at your Zoom meetings. Now it’s time to get back in touch with the latest hair trends, from the most elegant to the wildest. Here’s a preview of what’s in store!

Celebs & viral Cassper Nyovest climbs the ladder as one of Africa’s most followed rappers

A list compiled by one of the top rap blogs, Rap City SA, finds him in the top four most followed African rap artists.

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Fashion & Beauty South Africans are zooming in on their looks as aesthetics procedures rise

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E-tolls saga: opportunistic politicians with an eye on elections

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Mgosi Frustrated Andile Jali considering a move away from Sundowns

Crime ‘I just feel empty’: Grieving wives of slain Cape Town cops remember their husbands

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Science Giant iceberg breaks off near UK Antarctic base

State Capture Molefe continues to take swipes at Ramaphosa

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Rugby Women’s 2021 Rugby World Cup faces coronavirus delay

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How does changing names of places help ordinary South Africans?

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Tour operators beg Parliament for help

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Angle grinder at Transnet fuel pipe sees 2 nabbed

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