I will f*ckin’ kill you, you black bitch: Wits student

A fourth-year Wits University student was allegedly racially abused by one of her classmates outside a lecture room on Monday morning.

UFS students wrongfully accused of racist attack want R1 million from Jonathan Jansen

Two former University of Free State students are demanding compensation of R500,000 each from UFS Rector Professor Jonathan Jansen after they were suspended from the University for allegedly racially assaulting a student.

50 Cent says he's betting R19 million Floyd Mayweather beats Manny Pacquiao - video

50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather appear to have put whatever issues they had behind them - at least enough for the Hip Hop star to bet millions of rands on the undefeated boxer’s fight against Manny Pacquiao.

New law coming for online videos, games and posts

Online videos, pictures, posts and other content may soon find itself regulated. This is if the Film and Publications Board has its way in implementing the draft online regulation policy aimed at regulating content distributed in South Africa.

SABC executive faces assault charge after allegedly attacking female staffer at Sona

A female staff member of the SABC’s Cape Town broadcasting team has laid charges of assault against the public broadcaster’s head of news, Jimi Matthews.

Cholera confirmed at South Africa, Zimbabwe border

Zimbabwe has confirmed eight cases of cholera, including two on the border with South Africa, state media reported on Thursday.

Forensic report on impropriety in sale of old head office implicates Vavi: Cosatu

A forensic report into alleged impropriety in the sale of Cosatu's old head office and purchase of a new one implicates general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, the trade union federation said on Thursday.

Suspect drops dead at Northgate Mall while running from metro police

A suspected drug peddler dropped dead in Northgate Mall after being pursued by Johannesburg metro police on Wednesday night.

Three-year-old girl snatched and killed by crocodile in Zimbabwe

A three-year-old Zimbabwean girl has become the third person in her family to be killed by a crocodile, according to a report.

Behind bars to front of camera

A smooth criminal whose hot mugshot melted the hearts of female admirers looks set for fame in the fashion industry.

Top Gear Live returns to Johannesburg after a four-year absence

Top Gear Live is heading back to its original home in northern Johannesburg from the 12th to the 14th of June this year after a four-year absence.

Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran split

Chris Brown's girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, has ended their on-again, off-again relationship following rumours he secretly fathered a child with another woman.

US lawmakers ask Obama to send arms to Ukraine

Speaker of the House John Boehner and a group of US lawmakers are asking President Barack Obama to send arms to Ukraine.

Eastern Cape saddened by Port St Johns mayor's death

The Eastern Cape provincial government was saddened by the death of Port St Johns Local Municipality mayor Danisile Mangqo, Cogta MEC Fikile Xasa said on Thursday.

Inquiry findings will go to DPP

Jay Singh, the man behind the ill-fated Tongaat Mall, will have to wait until at least the end of May before he finds out who might be prosecuted in connection with the mall's collapse.

Khakhu named as shooter in murder trial

Three witnesses testified on Thursday in the trial of a man facing multiple charges, including the murder of toddler Luke Tibbetts, at the High Court in Johannesburg, sitting in Palm Ridge.

Spy claims will be probed: State security

Allegations of espionage against Public Protector Thuli Madonsela and certain political leaders made on social media will be investigated, the state security department said on Thursday.

Khulubuse Zuma claims Pamodzi mineworkers' plight not his fault

Khulubuse Zuma on Thursday bemoaned statements by Cosatu and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) blaming him for the plight of Pamodzi Gold's former mineworkers.

US Strategy in Iraq Increasingly Relies on Iran

President Barack Obama is becoming increasingly dependent on Iranian fighters as he tries to contain the Islamic State militant group in Iraq and Syria without committing US ground troops.
Shi'ite fighters launch rocket towards Islamic State militants during heavy fighting in Salahuddin province

US warns about American youths seeking Islamic State connection

The FBI and Department of Homeland Security have warned law enforcement agencies across the country about American youths wanting to join Islamic State militants fighting in the Middle East

Paroled rapist sentenced to 17 years after raping again

A Mpumalanga rapist who was released on parole in 2012 has been sentenced to another 17 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping two women six months after being freed.
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