Students reeling from campus suicide

South African men in particular are being encouraged to seek counselling for depression.

Voters not stupid,warns Gordhan

Pravin Gordhan has sent a warning to politicians: no matter how poor, South Africans are not stupid and will use their vote to express their dissatisfaction with the government's performance.

Sparks fly at e-toll hearing

Six days into public hearings about the imposition of e-tolls on Gauteng freeways and the sentiment is clear: scrap the "tax" or face the consequences.

New hope for TB kids

A blood test that can detect TB in children was announced yesterday in a report in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases.

'Killing can be addictive'

Serial killing could be an addiction. This is the theory of criminologist and clinical psychologist Craig Traub.

Taxi strike chaos in Cape

Unrest on one of Cape Town's major transport arteries has cost businesses millions and left thousands of commuters unable to get to work.

Mbete makes U-turn on EFF

Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete has sidestepped the issue of suspending 25 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs by referring the matter to parliament's powers and privileges committee.

Lesotho upheavals 'serious threat' to SA

South Africa's economy and security are threatened by Lesotho's increasing political instability.

New focus on Ebola treatment

When Japan announced it was ready to supply a new drug to help combat the deadly Ebola virus, one unusual detail emerged - it would be made by Fujifilm.

Islamic State atrocities on huge scale

Islamist fanatics have carried out atrocities on "an unimaginable scale" during months of fighting with Iraqi forces, a UN official said yesterday.

E-tolls failed: OUTA

E-tolling Gauteng's highways has failed and the system falls short of its intentions, the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (Outa) said on Tuesday.

Internet porn sucking the life out of print pornography

The traditional method of consuming pornography from magazines is dying out due to rapid growth of internet porn consumption.

Masturbation may help your immune system: study

It is already well known that masturbation helps prevent prostate cancer in men, now a German study has found it also boosts the immune system.

Arsenal sign Welbeck to long-term deal

Arsenal confirmed they had signed England forward Danny Welbeck to a long-term deal from Premier League rivals Manchester United as the transfer window closed on Monday.

I won't return R1 million crown says dethroned beauty queen

A dethroned beauty queen from Myanmar said Tuesday she won't return her bejeweled R1 million crown until pageant organizers apologise for calling her a liar and a thief.

SA win toss and bowl

South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl in their Triangular Series match against Australia at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday.

Anastacia slams Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Anastacia has slammed Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, claiming they are too self-obsessed and should put their fame to better use.

Chilly end for sex geckos sent into space by Russia

Five geckos sent into orbit to test the effect of weightlessness on the small lizards' sex lives have all died, the Russian space agency said on Monday.

Tumour boy's parents in dock

A Spanish judge yesterday extended the detention of a British couple arrested for taking their seriously ill five-year-old son out of a hospital in England against the advice of doctors.

Joan Rivers may end up as a vegetable or in a wheelchair

Joan Rivers' doctors are worried the comedienne may end up as a ''vegetable'' or be reliant on a wheelchair after she was placed in a coma four days ago.
An Indonesian policeman holding his shield stands guard near the Constitutional Court in Jakarta

French journalists held in Papua 'likely to face trial'

Two French journalists arrested in Indonesia's Papua while reporting on the separatist movement are likely to go on trial, their lawyer said Tuesday, with the pair facing up to five years in jail.
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