Standard Bank warns of payday system upgrade

Standard Bank has issued a statement saying that it is planning an upgrade to its systems, starting at 22:00 Sunday 24 May, and finishing at 02:00 Monday, 25 May.

Think your partner is cheating on you? Bug them

It is getting easier and cheaper to spy on your partner or business rival these days.

Visa panic grows

In 10 days new visa requirements for visitors to South Africa will be enforced.

SABC sings Hlaudi’s praise to the tune of R3 million

The SABC not only spends R3-million a year on its choir but it sings songs of thanks for national broadcaster’s boss‚ Hlaudi Motsoeneng‚ during staff meetings.

Transcript of conversation between Christopher Panayiotou and bouncer Thando Siyoli

Murder accused Christopher Panayiotou (CP) and Thando Siyoli (TS) met on April 29 at an unknown location. Siyoli, believed to have been a bouncer at Panayiotou’s Infinity Bar, has turned state witness.

The one thing that will force you to pay e-tolls

Many have lamented that they will not pay e-tolls and have disregarded the conditions set out by government in the new dispensation - but we have found one thing that may just force motorists to fork out the fees.

Mbeki's trillion-rand trail

Former president Thabo Mbeki has called on African leaders to stem the illicit financial outflows that have robbed the continent of billions of dollars.

Yes‚ winter is coming even if the weather’s balmy

Climate change may be fooling you into believing that it is still summer.

Mashamaite donates his Chiefs R100,000 prize money to teammate Mathoho

PSL Footballer of the Season Tefu Mashamaite has donated his Kaizer Chiefs’ Player of the Season award and R100,000 prize money to his central defence partner Eric Mathoho.

Eskom starts the weekend with load shedding

Eskom said this was due to a shortage of generating capacity as several units are currently out of service for maintenance.

Johannesburg may use 'zoo poo', sewage to fight loadshedding

Johannesburg is considering generating power from sources ranging from sewage to the city’s water pipes in a bid to end power cuts that shutter shops and cause traffic gridlock.

KFC's knives are streetwise too - video

KFC is facing another video scandal, following footage of a cook from its Umhlanga outlet apparently sharpening knives on a pavement next to a bin.

‘Mandela Rules’ on prisoner treatment adopted at UN forum

The United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice adopted crucial revisions of 60-year-old international standards on treatment of prisoners at a meeting on Friday in Vienna.

Randburg court officials, including prosecutor, in the dock for selling dockets

Seven Randburg Magistrate’s Court officials including a prosecutor appeared in court this week on charges of corruption for allegedly selling dockets.

Fort Hare students boo deputy education minister, demand Blade

Centenary celebrations at the University of Fort Hare (UFH) were disrupted by hundreds of students at the Alice campus on Friday afternoon.

'The world's largest sex and swinger' website hacked

A data breach at a website billed as "the world's largest sex and swinger" community may expose personal and sexual information on millions of users worldwide, a report said Friday.

Saudi suicide attack on Shi'ite mosque kills around 20: hospital official

The suicide attack on Friday on a Shi'ite Muslim mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia has killed around 20 people, a hospital official said.

Nigerian youths shut down crude oil production at OML 29 in Nembe

Nigerian youths shut down crude oil production at two flow stations of the OML 29 (oil mining licence) oil block near Nembe in Bayelsa state at around 10 am.

Israel briefly detains travelling Palestine player

The Palestine Football Association (PFA) has complained to world soccer's governing body FIFA that Israeli authorities held up a national team player as the squad travelled from the West Bank to Tunisia on Thursday.

Eiffel Tower shut as staff walk out over pickpockets

Paris's iconic Eiffel Tower was shut to tourists on Friday as staff walked off the job to protest a surge in gangs of pickpockets roaming around the monument.

Cholera strikes 3,000 Burundi refugees in Tanzania - UN

3,000 cases of cholera have been reported in a worsening epidemic in Tanzania among Burundian refugees, the United Nations said.
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