EFF's Gupta comments are actual threats - judge

The EFF's statements about the Gupta brothers and their employees were not merely part of its campaigning for the upcoming elections, but actual threats of violence, the High Court in Pretoria has found.

South Africa's alleged drunk driving diplomat dies, ends extradition standoff with Fiji

A South African diplomat involved in an extradition standoff with Fiji over his involvement in a fatal car crash, while allegedly under the influence of alcohol, has died.

Another South African soccer star dies: RIP Johannes Motlhaping

Former Bloemfontein Celtic defender Johannes Motlhaping passed away on Wednesday due to an undisclosed illness.

Duduzane gives force to 'Zupta' perception

President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, has a stake in the company that, with the Gupta family, is buying Glencore's Optimum Coal mine, says the competition regulator.

Best & worst looks from the #SONA2016 red carpet

The State of the Nation Address may be focused on political topics but with every important event come important fashion moments. Here are our best and worst looks from the night

Watch 5 videos from #SONA2016 that take you right into the action

From protest to Parliament: #SONA 2016's chaos & walkouts, watch these videos that take you right into the action.

People of Gauteng welcome in Cape Town…even if Parliament moves: De Lille

The City of Cape Town is hot under the collar over President Jacob Zuma’s proposal to move Parliament to Pretoria.

Serial rapist prayed with his victim

A serial rapist prayed with one his victims after he raped her‚ the court heard on Thursday before the man was convicted on five charges of rape and three of robbery.

Zuma says disruptive opposition showed 'how useless they are'

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Friday mocked the opposition, dismissing it as "useless" and ignorant after rowdy radical lawmakers disrupted his parliamentary address and walked out.

Einstein's gravitational waves seen

In a landmark discovery for physics and astronomy, scientists said yesterday they had glimpsed the first direct evidence of gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of space-time that Albert Einstein predicted a century ago.

Zimbabwe's Chicken Inn have a plan to stop Sundowns' 'Pretoria CBD'

Chicken Inn coach Joey Antipas believes his team can do what only a handful of teams have done before them and stop Mamelodi Sundown’s forward line of Leonardo Castro, Khama Billiat, Keagan Dolly – dubbed the “Pretoria CBD.”

Sona show Zuma’s paucity of ideas on the economy: DA

President Jacob Zuma can’t “kick-start our ailing economy”. Nor can he “create hope that we can build a united‚ non-racial South Africa”.

Watch: How not to steal like a pro - shoplifter caught after stealing right under camera

This lady was caught shoplifting last Thursday in Birds of a Feather Constantia.

50 years after District Six forced removals, land claims 'complicated'

It’s 50 years since inner-city District Six in Cape Town was declared an area for white people and the bulldozers moved in‚ forcibly removing 60 000 people from their homes into townships.

Red faces for blackface claims over purple face students

The suspension of two female students from the Heemstede Residence at Stellenbosch University involved in the alleged “blackface” incident last Friday has been lifted.

EFF says ANC likes lawyers to be lily white like Gauntlett: iLIVE

The Economic Freedom Fighters outrightly condemns the continuous use of the services of white senior counsels by government, in particular, the services of Adv. Jeremy Gauntlett, SC.

Checking Zuma's #SoNA2016 - how much did he get right?

South African President Jacob Zuma delivered his ninth State of the Nation address.

Big business to blame for your bad diet: Noakes

Big companies like Coca-Cola, Nestle, Kraft and Kellogg's are to blame for people's bad eating habits, Banting guru Tim Noakes his Health Professions Council of SA misconduct hearing.

Bonang Matheba opens up about her beef with rival Pearl Thusi, AKA

TV and radio personality Bonang “Queen B” Matheba has for the first time spoken out about her beef with Pearl Thusi.

Yengeni drunk driving arrest details couldn't have been falsified: police

It was not possible for an officer to falsify details of the arrest of ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni, the Cape Town Magistrate's Court heard on Friday.

Malawi court orders arrests of homosexuals, offenders face up to 14 years imprisonment

A court in Malawi's northern region has ordered the country's director of prosecutions and the police to arrest those found engaging in homosexual activities.