WATCH | Parched throats are being quenched as liquor stores re-open

WATCH | Parched throats are being quenched as liquor stores re-open

Many South Africans across the country braved the Monday morning chill, forming long queues outside bottle stores and licensed venues to buy their first booze since lockdown started on 26 March.
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WATCH | One guard shot during CIT robbery in Vanderbijlpark, south of Johannesburg

WATCH | One guard shot during CIT robbery in Vanderbijlpark, south of Johannesburg

Security company G4S, experienced another blow on Thursday morning after one guard was shot during a cash-in-transit robbery in Vanderbijlpark, south of Johannesburg.
WATCH | Stormy seas as Cape Town braces for 'bitterly cold, wet and windy' cold front

WATCH | Stormy seas as Cape Town braces for 'bitterly cold, wet and windy' cold front

Thursday in Cape Town has been cold and wet as the country braces for a "bitter" cold front over the weekend. The South African Weather Service warned Friday will be another day of cold conditions, strong winds and heavy rains.
WATCH | Grade 11 pupils who donated matric dance funds to the needy, spark schools charity outreach

WATCH | Grade 11 pupils who donated matric dance funds to the needy, spark schools charity outreach

Grade 11 pupils at Rondebosch Boys' High raised R 11 000 for their matric dance during an event earlier this year, but instead donated the money to those in need due to Covid-19.
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WATCH | Buildings set alight in Monwabisi resort, Khayelitsha during protests for better toilets

WATCH | Buildings set alight in Monwabisi resort, Khayelitsha during protests for better toilets

Three people were arrested for public violence on Thursday after buildings were set alight at Monwabisi Resort in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, during a protest. Residents of the informal settlement were said to be disgruntled about toilet services.
WATCH | Driver abandons truck on the R46 Villiersdorp minutes before it is blown over

WATCH | Driver abandons truck on the R46 Villiersdorp minutes before it is blown over

A Simba truck driver was left shocked on Thursday when his truck was blown over by excessive winds on the R43, close to Villiersdorp, in the Western Cape. The truck was stationary when it tipped and the driver was not inside the vehicle.
WATCH | Making hay: 2.3m black mamba found hiding under bales of hay at KZN scrapyard

WATCH | Making hay: 2.3m black mamba found hiding under bales of hay at KZN scrapyard

Veteran snake catcher Nick Evans rescued this 2.3m male black mamba from under a bale of hay in a scrapyard in Stranger, North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal.
WATCH | Firefighters still battling to contain veld fire on on Du Toitskloof mountain

WATCH | Firefighters still battling to contain veld fire on on Du Toitskloof mountain

Cape Winelands firefighters are battling to contain a fire that broke out on Du Toitskloof mountain range in the early hours of Thursday.
WATCH | Premier Alan Winde tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday, has type 2 diabetes

WATCH | Premier Alan Winde tested positive for Covid-19 on Wednesday, has type 2 diabetes

The premier of the Western Cape announced on Wednesday that he tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. He will be remaining in social isolation for 14 days at his residence where he will continue to conduct his responsibilities.
Brad Binder on joining MotoGP and preparing for the new season

Brad Binder on joining MotoGP and preparing for the new season

South African rider, Brad Binder, gives some insight on what it takes to participate in MotoGP.
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WATCH | Body of missing trail runner retrieved from Table Mountain after three-day search

WATCH | Body of missing trail runner retrieved from Table Mountain after three-day search

A body matching the description of missing Ken Stephens was retrieved by a rescue team and helicopter from the face of Table Mountain on Wednesday evening.
WATCH | Big turn out as volunteers assist rescue team in search for missing trail runner in CT

WATCH | Big turn out as volunteers assist rescue team in search for missing trail runner in CT

The search continues for trail runner, Ken Stephen, who went missing on Table Mountain on Monday.
WATCH | Large fire at Boksburg recycling factory after materials catch alight

WATCH | Large fire at Boksburg recycling factory after materials catch alight

Five fire stations around the east of Johannesburg were dispatched on Sunday morning to contain a fire in the yard of Esiltuli Transport Logistics and Recycling.
Tabraiz Shamsi on new Proteas role: This is just the beginning

Tabraiz Shamsi on new Proteas role: This is just the beginning

Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has taken over the reigns from Imran Tahir has South Africa's premier spinner in white-ball cricket, the 30-year-old opens up on the responsibility.
WATCH | Search for runner missing on Table Mountain continues

WATCH | Search for runner missing on Table Mountain continues

The search is currently still under way for 36-year-old Ken Stephen, a runner who went missing on Table Mountain on Monday. Volunteers gathered in their numbers after a post on social media, asking interested people to meet at the lower cable car.
WATCH | 'They did not pose a threat to anybody' - religious leader on murder of pregnant mother

WATCH | 'They did not pose a threat to anybody' - religious leader on murder of pregnant mother

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.
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WATCH | SA's first Satanic church not about animal sacrifices or orgies, say co-founders

WATCH | SA's first Satanic church not about animal sacrifices or orgies, say co-founders

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.
WATCH | 'I'm not scared of losing my life' - Meet some of Gauteng's 'heroes' on Covid-19 frontline

WATCH | 'I'm not scared of losing my life' - Meet some of Gauteng's 'heroes' on Covid-19 frontline

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.
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#Aids2020 study: Dolutegravir doesn't pose a higher risk for birth defects. Here's why.

#Aids2020 study: Dolutegravir doesn't pose a higher risk for birth defects. Here's why.

This three-in-one HIV pill was previously linked to birth defects, but scientists have now shown pregnant women can take it safely.
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The Journey: Here's what the Ford Ranger goes through before it reaches dealerships

The Journey: Here's what the Ford Ranger goes through before it reaches dealerships

Before it reaches showroom floors, the Ford Ranger is put to the test through some of the toughest real-life simulations and accelerated tests.
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Kingsley Holgate endorses all-new Land Rover Defender

Kingsley Holgate endorses all-new Land Rover Defender

Having owned no less than 15 Land Rover Defenders since the early 1970s, Kingsley Holgate shares his thoughts on the latest iteration of the SUV.
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WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Neo Letlape

WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Neo Letlape

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.
WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Melinda Ferguson

WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Melinda Ferguson

When President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster in mid-March, acclaimed author and award-winning publisher Melinda Ferguson says she lay in bed and cried - for two days straight. "I could feel what was going to happen…"
WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Nuraan Osman

WATCH | FACES OF LOCKDOWN: Nuraan Osman

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'

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.