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04/27/2017 02:31 PM | It’s Zuma or SA, says Maimane
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane challenged ANC parliamentarians to make a choice between President Jacob Zuma and all of South Africa when it comes to an upcoming motion of no confidence vote.

04/27/2017 02:22 PM | Strike ends at South African Airways
South African Airways says cabin crew members whose strike forced some flight cancellations have returned to work after a court order.

04/27/2017 02:21 PM | WRAP - Calls for a Zuma-free SA on Freedom Day
Freedom Day has been marked by the jokes and jeering of a defiant President Jacob Zuma, as various detractors continued a chorus of calls for his political demise.

04/27/2017 02:08 PM | Teen airlifted from Lion’s head after fall
A 13-year-old boy has been airlifted from Lion’s head, Cape Town and transported to hospital after he fell about 10 metres.

04/27/2017 01:25 PM | Mandela’s memory evoked at anti-Zuma rally
Having failed to implement Nelson Mandela’s vision, President Jacob Zuma must step down, the late president’s assistant Zelda La Grange, said at a freedom movement rally in Pretoria.

04/27/2017 01:02 PM | While others are throwing insults in Pretoria, we’re celebrating – Zuma
President Jacob Zuma took a jibe at the anti-Zuma protestors “who spent lots of money just to insult a certain party and individual instead of celebrating Freedom Day”.

04/27/2017 12:27 PM | CWU letter asking to bounce Zuma from May Day rally emerges
A letter in which the CWU requested Cosatu to not allow President Jacob Zuma to attend its May Day celebrations has emerged on social media.

04/27/2017 11:32 AM | AS IT HAPPENED: 'Our '94 will come in 2019' - Maimane
The Freedom Movement and several political parties held a mass rally against President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria today.

04/27/2017 10:15 AM | We are not fools - Sadtu on Zuma
Western Cape members of the SA Democratic Teacher's Association strongly criticised the way the ANC is handling the controversies around President Jacob Zuma, at a lecture in memory of late party stalwart Oliver Tambo.

04/27/2017 09:40 AM | Truck driver shot in Pietermaritzburg
A truck driver has been rushed to hospital after he was shot in the abdomen in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday morning, paramedics said

04/27/2017 09:00 AM | SA is still not economically free – KZN ANCYL
The ANC Youth League in KwaZulu-Natal celebrates Freedom Day “cautiously because the country is still not economically free”.

04/27/2017 08:29 AM | Supporters gather for anti-Zuma Freedom Day rally
Scores of supporters have started filling up the Caledonian stadium in Pretoria on Freedom Day, in a mass rally against President Jacob Zuma.

04/27/2017 06:54 AM | Port Elizabeth’s biggest taxi rank has no toilets
A taxi rank in Port Elizabeth has been operating without functioning public toilets for the past seven years.

04/27/2017 05:59 AM | Cape Town airport faces land claim
A Cape Town family is still waiting for a land claim on Cape Town International Airport to be settled.

04/27/2017 05:06 AM | Freedom Movement and political parties to hold Freedom Day rally
The Freedom Movement and several political parties will hold a mass rally against President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Thursday.

04/26/2017 08:20 PM | Cross examination of captain in Panayiotou case continues
The cross examination of the investigating officer in the case against Christopher Panayiotou, Captain Kanna Swanepoel, has begun in the Port Elizabeth High Court.

04/26/2017 08:18 PM | Sadtu Western Cape bares all to ANC
The SA Democratic Teachers Union in the Western Cape has told ANC national spokesperson Zizi Kodwa they are concerned about problems in the ANC's leadership.

04/26/2017 07:44 PM | Kristian dies a day after his 12th birthday following attack by lion
Kristian Prinsloo has died a day after his 12th birthday after he was attacked by a so-called tame fully grown lion outside Lephalale.

04/26/2017 07:36 PM | Tears at Cape Town policeman's memorial
A memorial service has been held for Constable Christopher Mouton, who was killed when a colleague's firearm allegedly went off by accident.

04/26/2017 07:27 PM | DA to report Mbalula to SAHRC over Zimbabwean soldier comments
The DA wants to report Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to the SA Human Rights Commission for the comments he made about former Zimbabwean soldiers illegally entering the country to rob and kill.