Data likely to confirm suppressed economic activity

This week sees the release of a slew of local economic data which economists believe is likely to confirm suppressed economic activity.

Maidens die in Swazi horror reed dance crash

Three trucks carrying imbali on their way to cut reeds for Swaziland's traditional reed dance were involved in an accident that took multiple lives according to reports.

Trump and the 'anchor messiah' - 10 quotes from the #TrumpBible

Donald Trump claimed that his favourite book was the Bible - but when asked about his favourite verse he declined to answer, saying it was 'personal' - personal or not, #TrumpBible has come to the Republican front runner's rescue.

Minister 'shocked and sad' to hear about death of actor Roland Mqwebu

Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa said on Saturday it was with a “deep sense of shock and sadness” that he had learned about the death of legendary actor Roland Mqwebu.

We're tackling corruption‚ says Prasa board

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa board chairman Popo Molefe says the “tide” against maladministration and corruption in Prasa “cannot be turned”.

TAC‚ Sonke now friends of the court in miners class action

The South Gauteng High Court has admitted the Treatment Action Campaign and Sonke Gender Justice as friends of the court (amici curiae) in the planned class action lawsuit against South African gold mines.

How will climate change affect your livelihood?

As the reality of global warming starts to hit home, people may ask: "How will it affect my livelihood?"

Surprise omissions in Springbok rugby World Cup squad

Rudy Paige and Zane Kirchner were the biggest selection surprises when the 31-man Springbok Rugby World Cup squad was announced in Durban on Friday.

SAAF was unaware of who owned Ramaphosa charter plane

Speculation about the charter flight used by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa for an official visit to Japan prompted the defence minister to make “a rare decision to appear” before the media.

Bafana Bafana star robbed R50,000 at gunpoint

Bafana Bafana and Bidvest Wits defender Siyabonga Nhlapo was robbed of R50,000 in cash by gun-totting criminals on Thursday afternoon in Johannesburg.

Africa uneasy as China turmoil threatens investment boom

When Chinese company Shanghai Zendai bought 4,000 acres of land outside Johannesburg in 2013, it promised to build the "New York of Africa."

Motorists can expect 'substantial drop in fuel price' next month: AA

The Automobile Association (AA) said on Friday that petrol could be up to 77c a litre cheaper‚ while the diesel price could drop by 53c.

White shirts called in after EFF member ignores Black Rod

Parliament's controversial white-shirted “bouncers” were called in to remove an MP for the first time since the new rules were passed allowing disruptive members to be removed.

Berlin, Paris, London seek urgent EU meeting on migrant crisis

Germany, France and Britain made a joint call Sunday for an urgent meeting of EU interior and justice ministers to find concrete measures to cope with the escalating migration crisis.

One killed‚ 16 injured in KZN taxi crash

One man was killed and 16 other people injured on Sunday morning when a taxi went out of control and left the road and collided with some trees in the Shongweni area in KwaZulu-Natal‚ ER24 emergency medical service reported.
Houthi militants and people gather on the rubble of a house destroyed in a Saudi-led air strike in Yemen's capital Sanaa 

emeni army units allied to the Houthi militia fired a ballistic missile toward southern Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, the group's TV channel said, as combat between the kingdom and the Iran-allied group has intensified. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

Saudi-led coalition air strike kills around 30 Yemeni civilians

An air strike by a Saudi-led coalition killed around 30 civilians working at a bottling plant in the northern Yemeni province of Hajjah on Sunday, residents said.
The All For One brass band performs in a second-line parade marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on St. Claude Avenue in New Orleans

New Orleans mourns dead, celebrates life on Katrina anniversary

New Orleans remembered the dead and celebrated its painstaking comeback from disaster on Saturday, a decade after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the "Big Easy" leaving devastation and chaos in its wake.

South Sudan rebels accuse army of violating ceasefire

South Sudan rebels on Sunday accused the army of violating a ceasefire, just hours after it came into effect, by bombarding their positions along the White Nile river.
Al Jazeera reporter Peter Greste talks during interview with Reuters in Sydney

Greste calls for Sisi pardon after Egypt jails Al-Jazeera journalists

Australian Al-Jazeera reporter Peter Greste called Sunday for Egypt's president to pardon him and two colleagues handed prison sentences in a shock ruling that sparked international condemnation and which he described as "politically motivated".

DA has sights on ‘big five’

The Democratic Alliance has its sights set on what it calls the “big five” in next year’s local government elections.

EU parliament chief attacks "cynical" states over refugee crisis

The "glaring failures" of some European countries to take in refugees are turning the Mediterranean into a mass grave and creating gruesome scenes at borders, the head of the European Parliament has said.
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