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Police on Friday started removing refugees who have been camping at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' (UNHCR) offices in Pretoria.
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For over a month, refugees have been camping out in front of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees offices in Pretoria. On Friday, the group was ordered to disperse by the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. Instead, they climbed over the gates
South African golfer Erik van Rooyen revealed that his goal at this week's Nedbank Golf Challenge in Sun City will be to crack the Top 50 in the World Golf Rankings.
The Springboks, newly crowned Rugby World Cup-winners, spent the day showing off the Webb Ellis trophy to fans on the streets of Cape Town. If you missed it, here's everything you need to know, in one minute.
Zolani loved and known internationally as the face and voice of Freshlyground, is taking centre stage in her first one-woman show, "The One Who Sings" (from the Xhosa "Lo Uculayo") from 19 –23 of November 2019 at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town.
Captain fantastic Siya Kolisi and the World Cup-winning Bok squad arrived in Port Elizabeth on Saturday evening. They were met by hundreds of adoring fans at the airport.
Tendai "Beast" Mtawarira officially hung up his boots earlier this week. The Springbok prop was one of the crowd favourites as the team visited Durban during their World Cup trophy tour.
The streets of Durban's CBD came to a stand still on Friday. Standing on rooftops and cars, supporters flocked to see the Web Ellis trophy. The World Cup champions visited Durban City Hall before making their way to Moses Mabida stadium before conclu
The bus carrying the World Cup winners drove through a sea of thousands of cheering supporters on Friday. The Springboks stopped at Durban City Hall as part of their World Cup trophy tour.
Crowds lined the streets of Durban on Friday, braving rainy conditions to catch a glimpse of the Springboks. The Boks are on day two of their trophy tour of South Africa.
Crowds roar as the newly crowned 2019 Rugby World Cup winners leave their hotel. The Springboks will be taking to the streets of Durban on Friday as part of their World Cup trophy tour.
Hundreds of Springbok fans waited outside the champions hotel on Friday morning. Young and old burst into song as the waited for their World Cup heroes'.
Crowds cheered their champions on as confetti filled the air. The Springboks arrived outside FNB's head offices on Thursday as they made their way through the city of Johannesburg.
A group of scantily clad Faf de Klerk impersonators danced in front of FNB's head offices in Johannesburg on Thursday. The group joined thousands waiting to welcome the new World Cup Champions home.
Springbok legend Tendai Mtawarira has announced his retirement from international rugby following South Africa's triumph at the Rugby World Cup in Yokohama.
Luyanda Botha, accused of murdering UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana, appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate's court on Thursday. The case will resume in the Western Cape High Court on November 15.
Springbok supporters in Johannesburg took inspiration from plucky Springboks scrum-half Faf de Klerk when they lined the streets dressed in South African flag speedos of their own. Fans are welcoming the Rugby World Cup champions home in style.