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Nine men allegedly gang rape two women

As the diabolical trend of violence and atrocities against women and children continues across the country, nine unknown men allegedly took turns raping two women, a 22-year-old and 33-year-old in a water canal near the Baipei Ext. 6 informal settlement from around 02:30 on Saturday morning.

Worker finds tied up skeleton

A road and maintenance worker was shocked to discover the skeleton of a man in the bush on the side of the R54 at about 10:48 on Thursday, 18 May.

R10 m telefoon-kontrak: Waarde vir geld?

Die munisipale bestuurder van die Potch-Tlokwe munisipaliteit is na ‘n ondersoek deur die Herald van plan om ‘n hoëvlak ondersoek te laat doen na die veelbesproke telefoonkontrak wat die munisipaliteit oor ‘n tydperk van drie jaar sowat R10 miljoen uit die sak sal jaag.

Measure your Pressure

The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa (HSFSA) supports World Hypertension Day as we encourage all South Africans to measure their blood pressure and know their risk for heart disease and stroke because it can happen to you! #MeasureYourPressure   High blood pressure, also known hypertension, is one of the most common risk factors for

Hitchcock-riller word Sondag vertoon

Die welbekende riller “The Birds” (1963) van Alfred Hitchcock is die film wat Sondag, 28 Mei om 15:00 in die Cachet Kleinteater vertoon word. Melanie Daniels gaan kuier vir ‘n goeie vriend, Mitch wat die naweek saam met sy ma en suster in Bodega Bay deurbring. Dié klein dorpie noord van San Francisko se rustigheid

NWU en Loopbaansentrum word as die beste in Suid-Afrika gekroon

Studente se tevredenheid word by die NWU gewaarborg: hierdie instelling en sy Loopbaansentrum het die toptoekennings in die UNIVERSUM Global Surveys-toekennings ontvang.   Die universiteit het die eerste plek in die gesogte kategorie vir studentetevredenheid behaal, en sy Loopbaansentrum het ook eerste gekom in die kategorie vir die beste loopbaandienste.   Peet Roos, waarnemende bestuurder

North-West University aides in grading SA’s youth health

Children in South Africa are still in trouble. This is evident from the launch of the Healthy Active Kids SA Report Card (HAKSA) that was launched in Johannesburg on Thursday 24 May. Childhood obesity is on the rise with 25% of them being overweight and 10% of them obese. Coupled with that is the fact

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