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he Financial Exclusion Committee says banks are failing the customers who need them the most.
Saturday’s newspapers focus on the past of the assailant behind the Westminster terror attack.
Republic of Ireland skipper Seamus Coleman suffers a broken leg in his side’s goalless draw with Wales at the Aviva Stadium.
Neil Taylor is sent off as 10-man Wales hold Republic of Ireland to a goalless draw, with the hosts losing Seamus Coleman to a serious-looking injury.
Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has allowed Kamohelo Mokotjo to resume his former South African citizenship.
England’s ultimately unsuccessful bid to stage a match against New Zealand later this year was sparked by coach Eddie Jones not money.
Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.
Four people, plus the attacker, died and around 50 were injured in Wednesday’s attack in London.
A well-known Port Elizabeth church leader has been found guilty of fraud involving about R3 million, Netwerk24 reports.
British Olympic and Paralympic sport must improve its record on athlete welfare, says Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
The ANC’s NEC will discuss land, crime, and racism during its three-day meeting.
Parliament wants to tighten the law to stop the activities of lawyers involved in multibillion-rand lawsuits against provincial departments.
The UK’s biggest supermarket will keep trolleys unlocked while it converts them to the new £1 coin.
It is seen as a huge blow to Mr Trump, who had pledged to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Two people have been arrested after a couple were robbed and the woman gang-raped after they were hijacked on the R511 near Atteridgeville, Pretoria police have said.
Residents and businesses near the burning Transnet warehouse in Rossburgh, Durban, have been urged to evacuate.
Khalid Masood, 52, was born in Kent and named Adrian Elms at birth. He’d served time in three prisons.
The motorway is now fully open but long delays remain, Highways England say.
Not a single rhino has been lost to poachers in areas where a new wide area surveillance system has been introduced at the Kruger National Park.
Spur has denied claims that it tried to conceal evidence about the angry exchange between two parents at its Texamo outlet in Oakdene, Johannesburg.