Not today, mate. An Uber driver in Phillipi, Cape Town taught this hijacker the lesson of a lifetime – by DRAGGING him down the road.
In a lottery mix-up, the announcer of the multimillion-dollar jackpot draw read the wrong number on air, calling a ‘6’ instead of a ‘9’
You don’t need to redraw the map, and South Africa’s coastline isn’t changing – but Johannesburg IS getting its first artificial beach…
Guests at the wedding were vomiting and complaining of stomach pains – some of them were even taken to the hospital
The woman admitted to doctors she may have inserted the glass inside of her vagina several years before, as part of a wild sex game
Parents gifted the faux roses complained after realising that they contained kinky underwear folded up in the petals
Twitter users have welcomed the advice Elon Musk shared this week – changing the way Tweets appear on our feeds.
A new line-up of barbie-dolls launched this week features, for the first time, one wearing hearing aids and a prosthetic leg.
A woman who started out as a school cleaner at a school in JeppesTown, Johannesburg, recently graduated and is now a qualified teacher.
A Mpumalanga family was served a not so happy meal, but the investigators of McDonald’s are treating it with the utmost seriousness.
A nation divided by Spar’s policy on pjs and nightgowns. Some lament the loss of comfort while others believe it is a victory for hygiene.
Glad to see we’re getting the important stuff sorted, then: Minister Dlamini-Zuma has finally passed her one-question geography test…
The painting by the late Andy Warhol is now the most expensive piece of artwork ever sold by an American artist
Is nothing sacred in Gauteng? We’ve now got crooks stealing the occasional police motorcycle whenever they fancy it…
Nobody is more furious with the New York Times’ controversial ‘white privilege’ article on Elon Musk than his own mother, Maye.
Ticket holders to the controversial event are allocated “two beautiful girls” who have tested negative for sexually transmitted diseases
Stories of kidnapping and human trafficking at the News Cafe in Woodmead have been all the rage this week – prompting a reaction from SAPS.
NASA scientists decided it would be a great idea to launch human nudes into space in the hopes of attracting alien life across the galaxies.
Mzansi are doing the most to get through the FlySafair R8 ticket waiting room that has been compared to Home Affairs.
If you’re battling to buy an R8 ticket through FlySafair today, it’s definitely worth noting some of the hidden details in the T’s and C’s…
Relatives carrying the coffin started hearing strange sounds, then lowered it and opened the lid to find her alive and peering at them
Reports claim that a Limpopo teen, who allegedly died in March, has now resurfaced in Gauteng – with a doll taking his place in the coffin.
You’ll need a bigger mop, it seems: Locals in Pretoria have alerted the authorities, after a giant pothole appeared in their street.
The so-called ‘Crazy 8’s Sale’ from FlySafair will put flight tickets on offer for just R8-a-pop. This is what we know so far…
It’s fair to say critics of Elon Musk expect the very worst from his Twitter takeover – and some pundits believe he ‘misses apartheid’. Sjoe!