Vuwani protests take weekend break for shopping, funerals

After more than a week of violent demonstrations in Vuwani‚ Limpopo‚ during which more than 20 schools were set alight and vandalised‚ the residents have agreed to halt the protests until 6pm on Sunday.

Does Nkandla get load-shedding? Watch Zuma's response

During a visit to Eskom's offices in Johannesburg on Friday, President Jacob Zuma was asked whether Nkandla ever had loadshedding. Watch his response.

EXCLUSIVE: Tbo Touch renews 'big money' contract with Metro FM

TMG Entertainment can exclusively reveal that Tbo Touch has signed a new contract with Metro FM and the SABC taking him to 2019.

DJ Zinhle pays tribute to her mother

With Mother’s Day just around the corner‚ DJ Zinhle took to her blog on Thursday to share some of the valuable lessons she has learnt from her mother of not only motherhood‚ but being a “grounded and hard-working woman.”
Rob Davies, Minister of Trade and Industry, speaks during the China's Impact as a Global Investor event in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 21, 2015.

WATCH: There is no legal reason for Zuma to resign - Rob Davies

Department of Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says calls for the resignation of President Jacob Zuma have nothing to do with recent court rulings but rather the opposition's desire to see the ruling African National Congress ousted.

Government 'will never' sell SAA - Zuma

Government will never sell the national airline, South African Airways (SAA), President Jacob Zuma said on Friday.

Support transformation at SAA‚ workers tell Zuma

South African Airways employees told managers that they still treat black people “like it is before 1994” and asked President Jacob Zuma to support moves to bring about transformation.

#FeesMustFall leaders tell Wits's Mkatshwa to shut up

#FeesMustFall supporters have criticised the president of the Wits University Students' Representative Council, Nompendulo Mkatshwa, for speaking on behalf of the movement.

Operation Rhino bags weapons and 49 suspected poachers

Poachers have killed “only” 165 rhinos so far this year – but this is 60 animals less than in the same period last year.

SA Rugby Union’s chance of bidding for event depends on how it transforms‚ Mbalula says

The South African Rugby Union’s (Saru) chances of bidding for the 2023 Rugby World Cup will depend entirely on their willingness to set and honour proper transformation targets.
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Family of murder accused apologises to victim’s father

The family of a Guatemalan businessman‚ who is accused of murdering a US marketing executive at a boutique hotel in Cape Town‚ apologised to her grieving father on Friday.

Muthambi: Anti-ANC government media to be dealt with by transformation

The measure of a journalist is‚ the country’s communications minister said on Friday‚ in “how ruthless their reporting can be about” the African National Congress (ANC) government.

Two suspects get bail in the case of murdered Cape Town teen jogger

Two men implicated in the murder of Cape Town teenager Franziska Blöchliger in Tokai Forest were granted bail on Friday.

Oakbay tells ANC that SA’s banks are under control of Ruperts

Oakbay Investments, the Gupta-owned company that has had its banking services terminated, has held a high-level meeting with the top six leaders of the African National Congress (ANC), where it claimed that the South African banks were under the control of the Rupert family.

Nigerian accused of scamming 'investor' of R45 million is nabbed by Hawks

The Hawks’ Task Team dealing with the 419 scams has arrested a 28-year-old Nigerian national who allegedly scammed a man of R45 million.

Motshekga ‘devastated’ by schools burnt in Limpopo

Minister for Basic Education Angie Motshekga kicked at the ashes of the burnt book inside a classroom in Doli Village‚ Mashau‚ in disbelief.

Mother City tops the luxury destination awards

Cape Town has been chosen as the luxury city destination in Africa and the Middle East for the second year in a row.

We'll make sure SAA takes off‚ says Zuma

President Jacob Zuma told South African Airways employees he wants to fly SAA “once in a while” so that people can see it is safe.

Flowers‚ candles and messages of support as Wits mourns accident victims

Students and staff gathered in song and prayer on Friday at the University of the Witwatersrand to mourn the lives of fellow students killed in a fatal road accident at the weekend.

Phiyega hearings adjourned until June 1

The public hearings into the fitness of Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega to hold office were adjourned on Friday after the evidence leaders presented evidence from two witnesses.

Post Office strike suspended by union

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has agreed to suspend its strike at the South African Post Office (Sapo) following an agreement with management that they will engage over the next month to resolve outstanding issues.