Nehawu sings to buzz of vuvuzelas and Parliament shuts down

Parliament was forced to suspend its business on Tuesday due to an ongoing strike by staff.

Blade warns of complacency in Cosatu‚ ANC

SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande has called for unity among the Congress of SA Trade Unions federation and its alliances.

Kaizer Chiefs star 'devastated' after surviving hijacking

Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana defender Erick Mathoho was left “devastated” after he survived a hijacking in Atteridgeville, west of Tshwane on Monday night.

Grace Mugabe's misogynistic miniskirt madness un-African: iLIVE

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Underwear that looks and smells like bacon?

Black Coffee launches #FillUpFnb campaign

Multi award-winning DJ Black Coffee has hinted that he is planning on making history by becoming the first South African musician to fill up the 94 000-plus capacity FNB Stadium in April 2016.

Revenge of the raped

Failed by the police and the courts, and desperate for justice, rape victims are turning to social media to "out" their attackers.

Bongani Siqoko named new editor of the Sunday Times

Daily Dispatch Editor Bongani Siqoko has been appointed editor of the Sunday Times, Times Media announced on Tuesday.

Turkey shoots down Russian war plane on Syria border

NATO member Turkey on Tuesday shot down a Russian fighter jet on the Syrian border, threatening a major spike in tensions between two key protagonists in the four-year Syria civil war.

Hail of bullets fly between cops and hijackers in Chatsworth, suspect killed

A suspected hijacker was killed in a dramatic morning showdown with police officers in Chatsworth on Tuesday.

ANC takes flak for 'cast member' statement about Emmy-winning SA doccie

The ANC came under fire on social media on Tuesday after the party extended its compliments to all "cast members" of the award-winning Miners Shot Down documentary.

We will be quiet if we get electricity - Tsunami resident

Tired of asking for new houses and flush toilets, about 100 residents of the Tsunami informal settlement in Delft marched to the Western Cape legislature on Tuesday, demanding electricity.

Police to keep Nehawu out of parliament

Police were given express authority to draw a ring of steel around parliament as political leaders drew a line in the sand on Tuesday night against the striking Nehawu members who disrupted parliament and caused suspension of its business.

Pope Francis to begin three-nation African tour

Pope Francis will begin a six-day tour of three African countries on Wednesday‚ Vatican Radio announced on Tuesday.

At least 11 dead in attack on Tunisia military bus

At least 11 people were killed on Tuesday after an explosion hit a bus carrying Tunisian presidential guards along a major street in the centre of the capital Tunis.

Scores loot truck after KZN accident

A minor accident that saw a truck overturn attracted scores of looters on the R56 highway, in Umkomaas, south of Durban on Tuesday.

Parliament's programme extended by 2 days because of strike - ANC

Parliament’s National Assembly programme will be extended by two days to make up for time lost, the ANC said on Tuesday.

National Lottery to announce beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of the National Lotteries Commission (NLC) will be announced at an indaba in the East Rand on Thursday (26 November 2015).

10-year-old who tried to save twin sisters from fire doesn't know they didn't survive

Thato Mofokeng, 10, who was badly burnt in a bus fire while trying to save her twin sisters, seems to have survived the worst, her father Sifa Johannes Mofokeng said.  

11 Key Questions about climate change answered

Experts have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about climate change. Here are 11 of them with answers given in a non-technical language.

Jamie Foxx is secretly dating Katie Holmes

Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes have been secretly dating for two years but are keen to keep their romance underwraps.