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Dr Nomusa Shezi has graduated from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) to become KZN’s first black female neurosurgeon.

They sift through their press reports and social media to see if they have done anything offensive to the Chinese culture.

November 17 marks World Prematurity Day, founded by March of Dimes. Premature birth is the worldwide leading cause of death in children aged five and younger.

The well-kown Irish whiskey brand, Jameson, hosted the Cape Town installment of its annual Cult Film Club on Thursday evening, but fans are nowhere near impress

Cape Flats residents have expressed their disapproval of the erection of the fence around Wynberg Park.

A man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for raping an 84-year-old woman in Jouberton, Klerksdorp.

After a nail-biting two rounds of voting, the World Rugby Council has announced that France will be hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

President Robert Mugabe has been urged to step down from his presidency by more than one party as the country remains under the control of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF).

Commuters were met with a disturbing sight when the wheel of an open trailer carrying 42 corpses dislodged in Johannesburg on Wednesday morning.

Law Enforcement officer Clinton Langeveld, who was arrested in a major drug bust last week, says that he fears for his safety after receiving threats.


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