The Sisonke sex workers’ movement is calling for the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa.
A man who had to duck bullets while chasing a robber in the Durban CBD has been praised for his bravery by the victim.
Woodlands residents in Durban are at logger heads after a 25m mast was erected in the front yard of a neighbours’ property.
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Service delivery protest on N14
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An International Monetary Fund mission in Ukraine is “progressing well”, the director of the IMF's European Department, said.
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Wall Street gains modestly
JSE main stock index ends flat
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Tennis star Baltacha fighting cancer
Stormers have history against them
Weather hampers dominant Knights
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