Communications Minister Faith Muthambi. File photo.

'I don't know what you mean by censorship' - Faith Muthambi on SABC

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi on Thursday dismissed concerns that "censorship" is being implemented at the SABC.

WATCH: Some SA white men CAN dance

A video of a student at the University of Pretoria showing off some slick dance moves has not only proved that white men can dance but also sent out a powerful message that different races can live in harmony.

Two arrested‚ military gear seized after navy burglary

Two people were arrested in an intelligence-driven overnight raid in the southern suburbs of Cape Town for allegedly stealing weapons‚ ammunition and hand grenades from the country’s biggest naval base at Simon’s Town.

Sfiso Ncwane shocked over claims of 'neglect' from his daughter

Gospel star Sfiso Ncwane has told TMG Entertainment that he is in absolute shock over claims of 'neglect' levelled against him by his 18-year-old daughter.

Economy continued to shed more jobs, report shows

Unemployment in SA remained high in the second quarter of 2016 — falling just 0.1 of a percentage point to 26.6%, Statistics SA’s Quarterly Labour Force Survey showed on Thursday.

A superstar who transcended fake celebrities - Fikile Mbalula lauds Gugu Zulu

It is a sad day for friends, family, and fans who prepare to bid a final farewell to racing car champion Gugu Zulu.

Help me continue Gugu Zulu’s legacy‚ Letshego asks mourners

Letshego Zulu made an impassioned plea to those in power to erect a medical facility on Mount Kilimanjaro in honour of all those who have died of altitude sickness on the mountain.

Transfer-listed Xulu‚ Manqele‚ Mthembu set for Chiefs first team return

Kaizer Chiefs’ three transfer-listed players are yet to receive offers from rival clubs‚ and they are showing “positive signs” that just might prolong their stay at the club‚ says Amakhosi football manager Bobby Motaung.

Warning that not all winners live happily ever after as man claims R87 million lottery jackpot

A man has stepped forward to claim the country’s massive R87-million Powerball lottery jackpot.
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Ask Wendy: Ombud’s about-turn on plug changing

Will changing a plug void a warranty a reader asks our consumer journalist Wendy Knowler...

'The days of apartheid are gone' – Pitso Mosimane

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has fired a shot of disdain at the short-term thinking of PSL clubs who do not take continental competitions seriously.

Hunt for flood victim continues

Volunteers gathered at Durban's Green Hub at Blue Lagoon on Thursday to search for 62-year-old Brenda Lynn Scriven‚ who went missing during heavy rain on Monday.

Final farewell for 'fastest brother in Africa' Gugu Zulu

Friends, family and fans have gathered at the Rhema Bible Church to bid farewell to racing car driver Gugu Zulu.

Ambitious Dolly now turns his attention to the Rio Olympic Games

Keegan Dolly took a morning plane on Thursday from OR Tambo International to Sao Paulo in excited mood as participation in this year's Olympic Games follows fast on the heels of Mamelodi Sundowns reaching the semifinals of the African Champions League.

Who's stockpiling weapons stolen from naval base - and why?

Fears are mounting that weapons - including hand grenades, explosives and heavy- calibre machine guns - stolen from South Africa's biggest naval base - are being stockpiled.

WATCH: Cassper gets into shape for #FillUpOrlandoStadium

Hip-hop star Cassper Nyovest is pulling out all the stops ahead of his mammoth venture to Fill Up Orlando Stadium, which includes making sure he's in the best shape.

Strike threat to petrol, diesel supplies

Energy industry workers will strike indefinitely from today over pay - a stoppage that will hit the oil refineries of Shell, BP, Chevron and Sasol.

More details on Thandiswa Mazwai's tribute album to SA legends

Thandiswa Mazwai is dedicating her next project to some of the country's biggest music legends, and she can't wait for you to hear it!

SACA in dark about Cricket quota move

South Africans who discovered unexpectedly that race quotas would be part of the selectorial equation at national level are in interesting company - the SA Cricketers’ Association (SACA) were also in the dark.

We'll arrest makers of unsafe paraffin stoves: Davies

Manufacturers of unsafe‚ illegal paraffin stoves‚ which are responsible for many deadly fires each year‚ will be arrested and prosecuted‚ Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has warned.
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Vuwani communities sign deal to let election proceed without violence

Traditional leaders from Vuwani‚ in Limpopo‚ have sealed a deal with the government to end months of tension in the area caused by demarcation disputes.
Kagiso Rabada of South Africa poses during the official photocall for the ICC Twenty20 World on March 11, 2016 in Mumbai, India.

Opinion: Rabada 'the best thing to happen to SA cricket in years'

It said plenty about the strange state of SA cricket that on the same day that Kagiso Rabada became the undisputed champion of Cricket SA’s (CSA) annual awards‚ the suits revealed that race quotas in national teams were to be formalised.

Cassper denies making a comparison between Lebo Mathosa and Babes Wodumo

Cassper Nyovest has hit back at the slew of criticism that he received after claiming that there is no one local artist like Babes Wodumo since Lebo Mathosa. He explained that it wasn't a comparison between the two artists, but that the Wololo hitmaker reminded him of Lebo.

Pope Francis falls in Poland, escapes injury

Pope Francis fell after apparently stumbling down a step on an altar during a visit to Poland but quickly got back to his feet, seemingly without injury.

DA to use PAIA to obtain Inkwazi’s maintenance records

The Democratic Alliance (DA) will on Thursday submit a Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) application “to gain access to the maintenance records of the presidential jet – Inkwazi”.

Economy continued to shed more jobs, report shows

Unemployment in SA remained high in the second quarter of 2016 — falling just 0.1 of a percentage point to 26.6%, Statistics SA’s Quarterly Labour Force Survey showed on Thursday.

US theory on Democratic Party breach: Hackers meant to leave Russia's mark

Some US intelligence officials suspect that Russian hackers who broke into Democratic Party computers may have deliberately left digital fingerprints to show Moscow is a "cyberpower" that Washington should respect.

Breast milk protein protects preterm babies from infection, study finds

New research from scientists at an American university reveals that giving premature babies a synthetic form of lactoferrin -- a protein naturally present in breast milk -- can eliminate staphylococcus epidermidis, a staph infection that can be deadly in infants born preterm.

Big Nuz won't play at IFP gig

Award-winning kwaito group Big Nuz have hit back at event adverts claiming they will be performing at an upcoming IFP rally.

Sports injury clinic a first for SA

The Sports Injury Clinic at Groote Schuur Hospital is a first for South Africa.

What it means when kids walk on their toes

When toddlers are learning to walk, many spend some time walking up on their tip toes, which is known as toe walking.