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A close family acquaintance and religious leader in the Weenen says the community has been left in shock following the brutal murder of four-month pregnant mother of two Zakiyyah Ahmedjan Ismail.
South Africa's first Satanic Church was founded in February this year by Adri Norton and Riaan Swiegelaar, who feel the religion has been misrepresented and misunderstood in the country.
News24's Canny Maphanga asked nurses, doctors and other frontline staff how they are coping during the early stages of what has been dubbed the "Covid-19 storm" that has arrived in Gauteng.
This three-in-one HIV pill was previously linked to birth defects, but scientists have now shown pregnant women can take it safely.
Before it reaches showroom floors, the Ford Ranger is put to the test through some of the toughest real-life simulations and accelerated tests.
Under normal circumstances, you would find 32-year-old Neo Letlape from Soshanguve begging for money in the streets of Tshwane. He tells people the money is for food, but he actually has a nyaope addiction.
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The director of the IHATA shelter for abused women and children, Nuraan Osman, keeps a mattress and a set of pyjamas in her office just in case she has to spend a night at the shelter.
WATCH | Bandile Masuku says intermittent lockdown can help give healthcare workers 'time to breathe'
In a wide-ranging interview with News24 Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku said the option of an intermittent lockdown has come up and that it could help to give healthcare workers time to breathe.
A gang in two luxury vehicles have escaped empty handed after blowing up a cash-in-transit van - and the money - in Johannesburg.
A senior executive in the VBS Mutual Bank looting case is appearing before the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court, on Monday morning.
South Africa reached its the 100th day of lockdown on the weekend and it's clear that Covid-19 has drastically altered the way we live. We take a look back on the last 100 days in a quick 6-minute video recap.
The Sulaimani mosque in Goodwood, Cape Town, has set up an online registry allowing congregants to book their prayer spots. Worshippers bring a mask and their own mats for congregational prayers.
Statues across the world are being torn down or vandalised in response to legitimate anger about racism and historical oppression. What is to become of the many remaining statues of historical figures from past eras in SA's fraught history?
Police Minister Bheki Cele visited Khayelitsha on Saturday morning where he listened to the concerns of residents after Cape Town law enforcement officers evicted locals, including Bulelani Qolani while he was taking a bath.
An interactive art project where community members are encouraged to text messages of positive change was erected in Woodstock, Cape Town on Tuesday. These messages are then displayed across a 12m LED billboard.
Five nuns died and 17 tested positive at Glen Avent convent in Mthatha, which was then turned into a quarantine site. When News24 visited the convent, Sister Nokwanda Bam said the recovered sisters were in the process of re-integrating with their com
200 shacks in Wynburg, Alexandra, Johannesburg, were destroyed in a fire that raged through the settlement on Thursday night, displacing at least 50 families. It is unclear how the fire started or if anyone was injured.
A nun from Glen Avent convent in Mthatha, who is also a nurse, says Covid-19 stripped her sisters of the human dignity of a proper burial, as the virus spread through their compound, turning it into a quarantine site.
Segopodiso Seane, 41, is one of eight people in quarantine at the Gauteng government's Nasrec field hospital. She spoke to News24 during a visit to the site.
Stormers rugby players swopped their boots for beds on Friday morning, as they helped workers at the newly built Brakengate field hospital in Cape Town. Captain Siya Kolisi and his team made up beds and carried equipment into the facility.