EFFSC vows to have ‘guerrilla conversation’ with 'Oros' following 'monkey' comments

The Economic Freedom Fighters Students Command (EFFSC) has described being called “monkeys” by African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Collen Maine as “lame and childish utterances by Oros”.

Ntsiki Mazwai has a go at Sipho 'Hotstix' Mabuse

After Ntsiki Mazwai published a series of tweets last week that appeared to accuse Simphiwe Dana of being an alcoholic who slept her way to the top, award-winning singer Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse got involved on Monday as he tried to publicly reprimand the two.

Mandela hitched again

Mandla Mandela, the eldest grandson of Nelson Mandela, has married for the fourth time - this time to a Muslim woman, Rabia Clarke, in a quiet ceremony in Cape Town on Saturday.

EFF calls ANN7, New Age 'criminal enterprises' engaged in 'money laundering' for Zuma, Guptas: iLIVE

The Economic Freedom Fighters have refused to retract their statements regarding Gupta-owned media, and instead have added to them. You can read their full letter here.

Mbeki tackles 'trust me on Jackie Selebi' scandal in latest missive defending his presidency

'We never intervened to block the investigation‚ arrest and prosecution of the late National Commissioner of SAPS‚ Jackie Selebi' - former president Thabo Mbeki.

Bad debt worries cities as economic woes grow

South Africa's low economic growth is squeezing the life out of municipalities as ratepayers fail to pay for council services.

Who made the DA whiter? Mmusi and Lindiwe exchange barbs

As the DA tries to woo black voters, two of its leading black figures have exchanged barbs over why it is dominated by a "white male brains trust".

State can't afford doctors

Despite doctors being outnumbered two-to-one by Department of Health administrative staff, medical posts are being frozen.

Malema lambasts Cosatu boss over new tax laws

EFF leader Julius Malema has lambasted union federation Cosatu's president Sdumo Dlamini for not representing the working class properly.

University sex games target naive first years

A few weeks ago they were girls celebrating their matric results. Now, as university freshers, they are the targets in a competitive "sex" game.

Kaizer Chiefs to announce dates for three 'home' matches in Durban

Kaizer Chiefs will on Monday announce that they will arrange games in Durban over the next few months‚ adding another coastal destination to their list of alternate home venues.

Disgruntled Khoi and San rights activists protest outside Parliament gates

Disgruntled activists for Khoi and San rights surprised Parliament on Monday when they tried to push through the gates.

Zonke to support Lionel Richie's SA tour

Big Concerts on Monday confirmed that R&B/Soul singer Zonke will be supporting the iconic Lionel Richie on his South African tour dates in March.

Audi unleashes Performance edition Q3

The smallest SUV in Audi's growing range is now also one of the fastest on the road.

DA student wing considers criminal charges against ANCYL’s Maine

The Democratic Alliance Students Organisation (Daso) is considering laying criminal charges against African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Collen Maine for his threats of “civil war”.

SA’s mining sector has bled 47‚000 jobs in three years

The South African mining sector cut 47‚000 jobs between 2012 and early 2015 as the industry grappled with soaring costs and low commodity prices‚ said Roger Baxter‚ CEO of the Chamber of Mines.

Critical maize meal shortage hits Zambia

A critical mealie-meal shortage has hit the Chipata District of Zambia, as reports indicate that the commodity is being smuggled into neighbouring countries.

From the front row: The best of SA Menswear Week

The third annual South African Menswear Week (SAMW) was held in Cape Town Stadium last week. These are our highlights from the shows.

SA deports 140 Zimbabwean ex-cons, 100s more to follow this week - report

Hundreds of illegal Zimbabwean migrants are to be deported from South Africa on Wednesday following the forced repatriation of 140 ex-prisoners this weekend, state media has reported.

Our early ancestors' lack of bite limited them to a soft-food diet

Australopithecus sediba was not the hard-chomping ancestor that scientists first thought.

EFF refuses to meet Gupta-owned media’s demands

Instead of retracting its statements about Gupta-owned media‚ the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) added to them.