SABC News ordered to apologise on air to EFF spokesman for 'aggressive' behaviour

The SABC News channel has been ordered to apologise on air for presenter Eben Jansen's "aggressive" behaviour toward Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

South African police to assist with search-and-rescue efforts in Nepal

The South African Police Service (SAPS) will assist in search-and-rescue efforts in quake-hit Nepal.

'Hundreds' found dead as fresh Boko Haram violence hits Nigeria

Hundreds of people have been found dead in the northeast Nigerian town of Damasak, apparently victims of the Boko Haram insurgency, as details emerged of fresh attacks by the militants.

Boxing promoter Milenkovic threatens to sue Mbalula

In yet another shot fired across the bows in the drawn-out saga of the boxing blackout on the SABC, promoter Branco Milenkovic has threatened sports minister Fikile Mbalula with legal action if he persists with "misleading" the public by blaming him for the impasse.

'Xenophobia mess is not ours alone'

African leaders outraged by xenophobic attacks in South Africa must shoulder some of the blame.

Racism is deadly, wears black people down: study

The more racist an area is - the deadlier it is for black people, according to a new study.

Hlophe weds in Muslim ceremony

Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe converted to Islam two months ago in order to wed fellow judge Gayaat Salie-Samuels.

Gauteng schools dens of vice

Bullying, theft, gangsterism, corporal punishment, drug abuse and the possession of weapons continue to plague Gauteng schools, according to a survey by the provincial department of education.

Pacquiao sees fist of God delivering win over Mayweather

Filipino boxing hero Manny Pacquiao is confident he can beat American arch-rival Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas on Saturday with the power of God, after abandoning a life he said was packed with sin condemning him to hell.
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Google starts European media project worth nearly R2 billion, as EU regulators bite

US tech giant Google unveiled a 150 million euro (R1.95 billion) project with eight European publishers to support online journalism after being accused of anti-competitive behaviour by EU regulators.

Decision to execute foreigners sets Indonesia apart

While there are foreigners languishing on death row across Asia, where several countries impose the death penalty for drugs offences, it is rare for authorities to execute them.

No suspect yet positively linked to Jayde's murder: police

Several people believed to have knowledge of the abduction and murder of much-loved Riebeek College teacher Jayde Panayiotou have been taken in for questioning during a week-long manhunt.

Man draws penises to point out holes that need filling

The UK's Wanksy is on a crusade to get the holes of Ramsbottom filled - and he is using penises to do it.

Baltimore, USA awakes to aftermath of riots over black man's police custody death

Riot police stood guard on the smouldering streets of the US city of Baltimore Tuesday after protesters incensed by the death of a young black man in police custody went on the rampage, torching cars and buildings and looting stores.

Nishikori 'better than Djokovic', says mentor

Japan's Kei Nishikori has the ability to reach the summit of men's tennis and is technically already better than world number one Novak Djokovic, according to his former mentor.

SA's instability is killing its tourism industry: NWU

South Africa’s reputation as “an idyllic and historically significant destination has suffered”‚ according to a statement released by the North West University (NWU) on Tuesday.

Joburg train collision claims driver’s life: ER24

There was at least one fatality after two trains collided at Denver station in Johannesburg on Tuesday morning.

Arrests, radio station shut as Burundi hit by fresh protests

Authorities in Burundi arrested a leading dissident and shut down the main independent radio station Monday as they battled a second day of demonstrations against a bid by the president to cling to power for a third term.

Boko Haram a bogus religious group, says incoming Nigerian president

Nigeria's new president has slammed Boko Haram for it's terrorist attacks.

Australia's Franjic quits Russia club over wage dispute

Socceroos defender Ivan Franjic has quit Russian top-flight club Torpedo Moscow two seasons early after alleging unpaid wages, the Australian players' union said on Tuesday.

Don't count chickens, Charlton warn 'promoted' Bournemouth

Charlton Athletic have given Bournemouth a tongue-in-cheek warning that their promotion to the Premier League should not be considered a formality ahead of the teams' Championship match on Saturday.
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