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Sure, you could for the conventional black or brown option; but a brighter colour is just the right style to brighten up these winter days
There is nothing stopping the National Prosecuting Authority’s (NPA) Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi from returning to work, the NPA said
Protective styles are important in winter, but don’t think your only option is braids or a weave. Here are 3 gorgeous hairstyles done by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie using natural hair fibre.
Jacob Zuma fires his long-time attorney Michael Hulley
Former Springbok rugby player Ashwin Willemse on Tuesday said he will wait for a SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) hearing to air his ‘legitimate pain’.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling striking Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi off the roll of advocates
More than 20 000 depositors of VBS whose future hangs in the balance will be able to withdraw their money as long as it does not exceed R100 000
Head of global consultancy firm McKinsey apologised for overcharging Eskom as it repaid nearly R1 billion on a deal linked to the state capture scandal
The first two of 12 schoolboys trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand have reportedly been brought out “alive and well” after divers executed a carefully constructed rescue mission
Lesotho-born and Thaba ’Nchu-raised Nkholise kick-started her career in 2011 as a mechanical engineer at the Free State’s Public Works Department, during which period she also pursued her master’s degree at the Central University of Technology (CUT) in Bloemfontein
King Goodwill Zwelithini has taken a jibe at the ANC-led government, saying that the expropriating of land administered by the Ingonyama Trust Act is tantamount to “spitting on our forebears”
The man who acted as the contract manager and engineer at the site of the Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist bridge project has “accepted responsibility for the collapse of the temporary works structure”
The Department of Health says the high levels of ante-natal and post-natal depression among local women, highlighted in a World Health Organisation (WHO) report, has a direct link to poverty and inequality