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KZN family a beacon of hope for displaced foreigners

A KwaZulu-Natal family has opened its 20-hectare farm to 143 foreign nationals who were displaced during the recent xenophobic attacks.


Court to rule on bail in Brits schoolgirl burning murder

The Brits Magistrate's Court is expected to rule on the bail applications of two people accused of burning a school girl to death in an apparent revenge attack.

Krejcir, four others back in court for bail

Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and four others accused of killing Lebanese national Sam Issa will return to the Germiston Magistrate's Court to continue their bail application.

Israel fingers Hamas over ISIS assaults

Israel has accused Hamas of supporting last week's assaults by Islamic State affiliates on Egyptian forces in the Sinai in the hope of freeing up arms smuggling to the Gaza Strip.



Muguruza sets up Radwanska semi

Rising star Garbine Muguruza advanced to her first ever Grand Slam semi-final on Tuesday after a straight sets victory over Switzerland's Timea Bacsinszky at Wimbledon.

Vandeweghe unhappy with Sharapova tactics

American Coco Vandeweghe accused Maria Sharapova of unsportsmanlike conduct after losing to her in the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Tuesday.

Okonkwo confident of progress

FC Ifeanyiubah defender Chibuzor Okonkwo is relishing the Federation Cup clash against Bayelsa United in Oleh on Wednesday.

Tech, Games and Gadgets

The Best Antivirus Software Out There

Let’s get one thing straight; Windows Defender will not protect your PC. There are hundreds of antivirus software out there that will though. So, let’s take a look at the best antivirus software for your PC.

The Lion King Modern Trailer will Give you Chills

In 1994 The Lion King became a smash hit and is still a Disney favourite today. Simba, Mufasa, Nala, RafikiĀ and ZazuĀ are household names and everyone knows the words to The Circle of Life. Although it’s a Disney movie, it has a lot of sad and heavily emotional moments.

The Nintendo PlayStation that Could Have Been

Rare, never-before-seen, images have surfaced of a prototype of the Nintendo PlayStation console. The prototype (if authentic) was created in 1991 when Nintendo and Sony attempted, and horribly failed, at a partnership. The machine was discovered by Dnldbld, a Reddit user, who claims to be the son of a former Sony executive who was close […]


Bitter Sweet: Art for revenge's sake

Some objects are steeped in emotion that is so powerful that onlookers can sense the soul of the object's creator. In the popular book series Harry Potter the feeling is called ''horcrux", in everyday life we call it great art.

Insta Art: Bringing Tokyo to Durban

Now that we can manipulate images in Photoshop and capture anything with an iPhone, is photography still considered art?

Review: As subtle as a sjambok

Reading RW Johnson's How Long Will South Africa Survive? is a bit like being cornered by an anthropologist at the 1884 Berlin Conference at which imperial Europe divvied up the African continent, cognisant only of territory and resources to be gained.
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