• Yesterday Uganda parliament passed a new anti-homosexuality bill that will see people who publicly identify as gay face life imprisonment. Homosexual acts in Uganda are already illegal but the new bill introduces many new criminal offences.

• The story of who killed aka seems to be slowly turning out the way many of the unsolved killings in South Africa have, with no real conclusion. The fans of the slain rapper are still asking questions and the police can only say the usual, “we are making good progress”.

After almost a year of not collecting fees from vehicles passing through the Umvoti and Othongathi toll gates in the north of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, Sanral has announced that would come to an end in nine days' time.

Do you travel much across the country? which destination in South Africa has the most toll gates? which route do you feel like you go through too many toll gates?
23 Mar 2023 12AM English South Africa Entertainment News

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