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30 November 2018 2:28 PM Security guard critically injured in Boksburg protest

A security guard sustained critical injuries after protesting workers set fire to a building in Boksburg on Friday. Several other people were injured and vehicles and property were set alight. Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst confirmed that an ambulance helicopter was dispatched on Friday afternoon to attend to the security guard who sustained serious 23

27 November 2018 10:00 AM WATCH: Crash tests, 'zero-star cars' in SA

The latest crash test results in the #SaferCarsForAfrica campaign, released by Global NCAP and Automobile Association earlier in November, has revealed that Nissan's NP300 "Hardbody" received a zero-star safety rating. Global NCAP Secretary General, David Ward, and AA South Africa CEO, Collins Khumalo, have written to the UN Economic Commission for Africa 26

14 November 2018 5:34 AM WATCH: Where there's smoke, there's crazy car spinning

Plumes of smoke, people leaning outside the car and screeching tyres - those are all the trademarks of spinning, a sport that has grown leaps and bounds in SA. The most common cars used for spinning includes the BMW E30, Nissan Skyline and box-shape Toyota Corollas. There is just something about spinning that brings a crowd together all in the name of cars. Ernest 25

12 November 2018 4:55 PM 'Let's hope we don't get shot' – witness in extortion trial of alleged underworld kingpin

A brand manager of upscale restaurant the Grand Café says he lived in fear when he was unable to pay alleged underworld kingpin Nafiz Modack and three others for security, the Cape Town Regional Court has heard. Radley Dijkers testified about how the accused – Nafiz Modack, Colin Booysen, Ashley Fields and Jacques Cronje – allegedly took over the restaurant's 28

08 November 2018 4:31 AM WATCH: The secrets of modern car production

Modern car production is a fascinating process with man and machine working unison to create the final product. These days, many factories have automated processes and much of the functioning of a vehicle factory is digitally tracked. As Toni Carrio of the Seat servicing department explains, he monitors all aspects of vehicle production from a tablet 21

07 November 2018 4:12 PM Mo Salah statue mocked online

Cairo - A statue of Liverpool footballer Mohamed Salah has been met with derision online since going on display in his native Egypt, with many comparing it to an infamous bronze bust of Cristiano Ronaldo. The statue was unveiled with pomp and ceremony at the World Youth Forum in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh in the presence of President Abdel 35

28 October 2018 7:01 PM 1 dead in Sri Lanka shooting as constitutional crisis escalates

Colombo - A constitutional crisis gripping Sri Lanka since the president's shock dismissal of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe erupted into violence on Sunday, with a man shot dead and two others injured in Colombo. Police said bodyguards for a Sri Lankan cabinet minister allied to Wickremesinghe opened fire inside a government ministry as a mob loyal 40

23 October 2018 7:06 AM WATCH: China's president launches Hong Kong-mainland mega bridge

China's President Xi Jinping launched the world's longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China on Tuesday at a time when Beijing is tightening its grip on its semi-autonomous territories. Xi announced the bridge officially open at a ceremony also attended by Hong Kong's and Macau's city leaders at a new port terminal in the southern 76

20 October 2018 11:47 AM Magashule rejects 'baseless' claims of Gupta meeting over R140m deal

ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has dismissed allegations that he took former MEC Mxolisi Dukwana to the Guptas' Saxonwold compound seven years ago to discuss a R140m deal. According to court papers brought by Dukwana, Magashule took the former MEC to the Guptas' Saxonwold compound in 2011, where Tony Gupta tried to strong-arm Dukwana into approving 110

16 October 2018 8:34 PM Audi agrees to pay R13bn fine to settle emission case

Volkswagen AG’s Audi unit will pay a fine of $927m (R13bn) to settle an investigation by German prosecutors into the carmaker’s cheating on emissions regulation. The penalty, which Audi accepted and won’t appeal, consists of €5m (about R82m) for regulatory offenses, with the remainder a repayment of economic benefits as a result of the cheating, Audi said on Tuesday 32