Kamohelo Mokotjo will get to play for Bafana after Home Affairs fast-tracks citizenship application on minister's orders

Kamohelo Mokotjo will be eligible to turn out for Bafana Bafana against Guinea-Bissau at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Saturday.

WATCH: Plume of black smoke stretches 20km from Durban warehouse fire

Durban firefighters have managed to bring the blaze at a Transnet Freight Rail warehouse in south Durban under control after a five-hour struggle on Friday.

Man 'critical' to investigation of burglary at offices of the Chief Justice hands himself over to police‚ says he is innocent

The man who acting national police commissioner Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane says is crucial to the investigation into the burglary at office of the Chief Justice has been handed over to police.

IN PICTURES: Massive factory blaze blackens Durban skyline

TMG Digital photographer Jackie Clausen was on the scene of a massive fire that tore through a factory on South Coast Road, Durban south, on Friday morning.

Don't fuel Delft taxi conflict with social media posts: Police

As tensions between the Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association (CATA) and Delft Taxi Association (DTA) appeared to abate on Friday‚ police have urged the public not to fuel the conflict with irresponsible social media posts.

No arrests yet in Roodepoort taxi rape

No arrests have been made in connection with the rape that occurred in a taxi along Ontdekkers Road in Roodepoort last week.

Series review: hunting for Easter eggs makes watching Marvel's 'Iron Fist' worthwhile

'Iron Fist' may not be a superhero masterpiece, but it is an enjoyable way to spend 13 hours of your life, writes Yolisa Mkele

ANC is 'fractured to the core': Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu

The ANC could find itself in trouble after the 2019 national elections‚ according to the party’s parliamentary Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu.

'I'm ready to go sell ice-cream': Fransman hits back at Mantashe

Suspended ANC Western Cape leader Marius Fransman is ready to go sell ice-cream‚ but only if the party’s secretary general Gwede Mantashe will stop the organisation from sinking.

eNatis has started to crumble‚ road traffic boss claims in court papers

The electronic national administration traffic information system (eNatis) has already started crumbling‚ with some vehicle licensing centres affected‚ due to Tasima's stalling in handing over the system to the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMN).

Don't call us‚ we'll call you‚ and we'll make sure you get help: Credit Ombud

It’s one thing getting free advice and help‚ but when you’re forced to access that free service with a cellphone's pre-paid airtime‚ you can run out of airtime before you get it.

Can the real Palesa please stand up?! Rami Chuene's spitting mad at Zola diss

Former Muvhango star Rami Chuene has lambasted actress and TV host Palesa Madisakwane for "disrespecting" Zola.

Durban gig guide: fun things to do this weekend & next week

Here are some great events coming up in Durbs

DRAMA! Masechaba Ndlovu has resigned from Power FM

Barely a month after a tweet from Power FM's official account mistakenly broadcast a message claiming that Masechaba Ndlovu was about to be fired, the radio host has confirmed that she has resigned from the station.

Sharing sexually-explicit videos of children is a crime‚ warn experts in response to #Sesethu web sensation

A sexually-explicit video‚ purportedly of a 14-year-old girl‚ has been causing a stir on social media since it surfaced on Wednesday‚ with many people sharing the footage or asking for links to it.

FriYAY: your guide to weekend entertainment in Jozi

Make the most of your weekend by attending one of these awesome events

Victim of Quantum taxi rape steps forward

Another woman has stepped forward to say she was a victim of rape on a taxi‚ the Sowetan newspaper reported on Friday.

IN MEMES: Twitter knows exactly #WhatSouthAfricaNeeds to survive

It's a turbulent time to be a South African and with everything that has been happening in the country, Twitter has created a hashtag to share what they think may "save" SA from itself.

WATCH: Aerial footage shows massive fire at Durban warehouse

Fire fighters are battling a blaze at a Durban warehouse.

Police make new 'significant' arrests over London attack

British police said Friday they had made two further "significant" arrests over the Islamist-inspired terror attack on parliament, as they appealed for information about the homegrown killer who left four people dead.

Medics on alert for breathing problems as noxious smoke from warehouse blaze blankets south Durban

A noxious cloud of black smoke which continues to billow from a warehouse ablaze in the south Durban basin could result in breathing difficulties‚ according to KZN paramedics.

Man stabs 4 neighbours to death in northern Portugal

A Portuguese man stabbed four people to death in a rural area in the north of the country on Friday before surrendering to police, who said all the victims were the suspect's neighbours.

God is not good - at least not for science and maths education‚ research reveals

New research has revealed that the less religious a country is‚ the better its children do in to maths and science.

'Let's not put too pressure on Phakamani Mahlambi and Luther Singh,' says Bafana defender Mphahlele

Bafana Bafana defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele has warned South Africans to not put too much pressure too quickly on Bafana Bafana's first-time call-up teenagers Phakamani Mahlambi and Luther Singh.

Tour de France sets wheels in motion for Chinese revolution

Selling the world's most famous cycle race to a country where an estimated 450 million people own a bike hardly sounds like a revolutionary concept.

Owen da Gama to lead SA in two games that have special significance in Bafana's history

There will be some significance to Bafana Bafana’s friendly internationals against Guinea-Bissau on Saturday and Angola on Tuesday as the games will mark the 349th and the 350th time the team has taken to the field to represent South Africa.

Cape Town jol: what to do in the Mother City this weekend

Take advantage of these great events happening in Cape Town

'Bafana Bafana new coach could be watching us against Guinea-Bissau and Angola,' says Furman

Bafana Bafana's new coach may be watching and there is all to play for in the international friendlies against Guinea-Bissau and Angola‚ midfielder Dean Furman has said.

Cameras will intimidate Van Breda witnesses‚ lawyers tell judge in family murder trial

The state is concerned that witnesses in the Henri van Breda murder trial will be intimidated by the presence of cameras in the courtroom and this may impede their testimony.

Waratahs snatch comeback win at the death against Rebels

Centre David Horowitz scored a try in the final minute to cap a second-half fightback to give the NSW Waratahs a thrilling 32-25 win over the Rebels in Melbourne on Friday.

Adama Amanda Ndiaye's new collection turns the art of dressing into a cultural statement

Fashion and freedom of expression is at the core of Adama Paris, the brand created by Senegalese designer Adama Amanda Ndiaye.