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Three people were killed in an "Islamist-related" attack in the heart of London when a man mowed down pedestrians on a bridge, then stabbed a police officer outside parliament before being shot dead.
Captain Francois Venter returns to the Cheetahs starting team for their Super Rugby clash against the Sharks in Bloemfontein.
STEVEN KITSHOFF talks about his imminent return to SA rugby and why there is a silver lining to SA sides being axed from Super Rugby.
Zimbabwe's 93-year-old leader might be slowing down, but his busy foreign travels have led the opposition to call him the "non-resident president".
Despite suffering two separate incidents, Joel Stransky and Andrew Mclean are still set to take part in the Great Zuurberg Trek mountain bike race.
This weekend will see the dawn of a new era for South African Sevens ace Seabelo Senatla as he begins his journey towards the Springboks.
South Africa's three representatives in the World Golf Championship-Dell Match Play event all tasted success in their opening round matches.
Mangaliso Ngema took to Facebook to voice his concerns over an alleged R89k memorial cost for the late South African star Joe Mafela.
ANC supporters will continue to support the ANC if the party shows remorse over some of the mistakes it's made in the past, former president Kgalema Motlanthe has said.
A Port Elizabeth police officer says a lift with seven SAPS employees in it sounded like an iron trolley hurtling down a flight of stairs at high speed as it plunged from the 4th floor.
Western Cape transport MEC Donald Grant intends declaring Delft in Cape Town a high-risk area for public transport following recent minibus taxi violence.
SABC3 will announce another schedule shake-up for the channel that will come into effect from 1 April.
Maritzburg United have confirmed that Roger de Sa has parted ways with the club after just three months into his six month contract.
Whether it's 'CATCH ME - GP' or 'SXYBEAST - EC', we've all thought about owning a personalised number plate in SA. Here's what you need to know...
The DA must choose between future electoral growth and Helen Zille. A half-hearted response will play directly into the hands of the party’s opposition and undermine its political future, writes Arthur Christopher.
Could this be the beginning of something positive for Zimbabwe's horribly fractured opposition? Opposition supporters have welcomed a snap of two rival leaders who appeared to be sharing a joke at a protest rally in the capital Harare.