Manyi implicated in parastatal jobs bid‚ leaked Gupta e-mail shows

Controversial Gupta family backer Mzwanele Manyi has been drawn into the dark web of state-owned company capture by the family‚ leaked e-mails show.
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Here they are: The emails that prove the Guptas run South Africa

A series of explosive e-mails show the extent of the Gupta family’s control over cabinet ministers, and state-owned companies and  their CEOs and boards.

Gupta e-mail scandal: 'We've done no wrong'

The controversial Gupta family has again denied any wrongdoing in the wake of explosive revelations in e-mail correspondence documenting the extent of the influence the family has on state affairs through its links to President Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane.

‘Zuma must go or face pain in parliament’ — ANC faction warns

Senior ANC leaders led the charge for President Jacob Zuma to be removed as head of state during the governing party's national executive committee meeting yesterday.

State capture bombshell: DA weighs up legal action

The DA has consulted its lawyers with the aim of taking legal action against Jacob Zuma‚ the Gupta family‚ implicated cabinet ministers‚ public officials‚ state owned enterprises executives and board members‚ as well as any others who have sought to undermine the state.

Exposed: Explosive Gupta e-mails at the heart of state capture

A series of damning e-mails seen by the Sunday Times show that the Guptas run South Africa.

Maimane moves to 'block' Zille revival in province contest

Party leader calls urgent fedex meeting to fast-track disciplinary hearing as rift widens over DA’s direction

Downgrade blues set to descend on SA again

South Africa may end the week with a further downgrade of its sovereign credit rating in what would be another significant event for the economy.

Mosimane says he knows where the PSL trophy is and he is going to fetch it next season

Like he did two seasons ago after losing the Absa Premiership to Kaizer Chiefs‚ Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says he knows where the trophy is and he is going to fetch it next season.

“I would fire myself‚” says beleaguered Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela

Steve Komphela clearly feels he deserves‚ and also quite obviously yearns for‚ a chance to prove himself in a third season at Kaizer Chiefs after two without a trophy‚ even if he has admitted “I would fire myself”.

State capture: 'day of reckoning required'

South Africans need a day of reckoning for the revelations of private control of state affairs‚ says public interest group Accountability Now.

Babes and Mampintsha vent over their SAMAs loss

As far as music awards in South Africa are concerned, 2017 has not Babes Wodumo's year. Mampintsha and Babes are beyond furious with Saturday nights SAMA results.

Mother of SA hostage in Mali dies after agonised wait for his return

The stress and anxiety of having a son held hostage in Mali for more than five years was too heavy a burden for Beverly McGown.
Kwagga Smith of the Lions on the attack during the Super Rugby match between Emirates Lions and Southern Kings at Emirates Airline Park on May 28, 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

‘Easy like Sunday Morning’ for the Lions as they wipe the floor with the Kings

At some stage during the Lions' 54-10 comprehensive trashing of the Kings‚ the Ellis Park Stadium DJ got creative and blasted Lionel Ritchie's ‘Easy like Sunday Morning’ on the venue's speakers.

We are tired of excuses‚ says Kolisi

The Stormers are all but in the Super Rugby play-offs despite slumping to a fifth defeat of the season against the Sharks at King’s Park on Saturday‚ but captain Siya Kolisi is tired of excuses.

Injuries to Am and Ralepelle could affect the Springboks

The attritional nature of the Sharks' 22-10 win over the Stormers may have an impact for the Springboks with centre Lukhanyo Am and hooker Mahlatse “Chiliboy” Ralepelle both sustaining injuries.

De Villiers happy with team‚ but not with whiff of ball-tampering

South Africa lost as many one-day internationals in four days last week as they did in the previous eight months.

UKZN cracks down after syndicate selling spots at medical school uncovered

The University of KwaZulu-Natal said on Sunday it was determined to identify students who had bought their way into the institution.

Formula One: Ferrari's Vettel wins Monaco Grand Prix

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READ: Nonhle Ndala's birthday message to herself

Nonhle Ndala is celebrating her birthday and posted a powerful message to herself on the big day.
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When a policeman commits a crime — Concourt poser over liability of minister

A police reservist in uniform shot his girlfriend at dinner. Should the minister of police be held liable?

Cops pin hopes on R11m Mpumalanga forensics lab

Law enforcement officers in Mpumalanga are pinning their hopes on a new forensics laboratory for a speedy crackdown on gun-related crimes in the province.

Highlands Park would have avoided relegation if the club had fired Gordon Igesund earlier‚ says Thierry Mabobo

Highlands Park interim coach Thierry Mabobo believes that if the club had sacked Gordon Igesund earlier they would have survived.

“I have even more respect for a person like Heyneke Meyer who called me everyday" - Marais

Outgoing Bulls coach Nollis Marais admits to having made mistakes‚ but that he is a better coach for it.
The first British Airways Airbus A380 rolls out of the hangar.

SA escapes problems as glitch grounds BA flights

British Airways flights within South Africa do not appear to have been affected by a major IT glitch that grounded flights from Heathrow and Gatwick in the UK on Saturday.

J'Something: There is power in reflection

Mi Casa frontman J'Something says he has realised the importance of reflection and how everyone should take a step back and evaluate their lives.

Global gourmets get a taste for SA's 'Sibalicious' food

South Africa’s hottest chef‚ Food Network star Siba Mtongana‚ spiced up the annual Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in Yantai‚ China‚ when she scooped an award for Africa.

Bulls suffer freakish number of casualties after defeat to Hurricanes

Curiously, in this instance it is perhaps adding injury to insult‚ as the Bulls suffered a freakish number of casualties in their 34-20 defeat to the Hurricanes at Loftus.
Track and Field: 43rd Prefontaine Classic

Caster wins in Oregon as Margaret Wambui runs her close

Caster Semenya pushed her winning streak in the 800m to 24 races as she triumphed at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene‚ Oregon‚ on Saturday.
Tennis - WTA - Madrid Open - Women's Singles Final

Mladenovic among the favourites in Paris, says former coach

Kristina Mladenovic's improved footwork gives her a real chance to become the first Frenchwoman in 17 years to win the singles title at Roland Garros, according to her former coach.

Sloppy hospitals blamed as medical students contract TB

Medical students are at high risk of catching tuberculosis from their patients.