Justice for sale

A Gauteng magistrate has allegedly been caught red-handed taking a bribe to stop the extradition of a witness in Radovan Krejcir's criminal trial.

Electricity tariffs to be the great leveller

Electricity pricing is set for a major shake-up.

SA to tackle Zim 'torture'

The Constitutional Court yesterday ordered the SAPS to investigate alleged acts of torture committed in Zimbabwe by and against Zimbabwean nationals.

N1 shootout as robbers flee police chopper

A high-speed air and ground chase by the police in pursuit of armed robbers fleeing after attacking a truck carrying thousands of cigarettes closed parts of the N1 highway just outside Johannesburg yesterday.

Take illegal guns to the furnace and build a statue of Meyiwa: Jordaan

The SA Football Association will call for a law to remove all illegal guns from the streets, its president Danny Jordaan said in Johannesburg on Thursday.

We showed character, we bought each other KFC: Khune remembers Meyiwa

Goalkeepers always gave coaches a headache when it came to who to play between the sticks, Kaizer Chiefs captain and former Bafana Bafana captain Itumeleng Khune said on Thursday.

Not our questions that embarrass Zuma, it is his answers: Maimane

A call by DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane in the National Assembly for a special debate on the president failing to appear to answer a full session of oral questions has been dismissed as posturing.

Wealthy South Africans spend big to get their kids the best education

Parents are going to have to dig deep to keep their children at South Africa's top private schools next year, with basic fees for boarders soaring to as much as R200000 a year.

Semenya weeps, Boks show support at Meyiwa, Mulaudzi, Mwelase memorial

The death of three South African sporting heroes over the past week has brought South Africans together, Springbok captain Jean de Villiers said at a memorial service in Johannesburg on Thursday.

'Oscar sent me Twitter messages': British TV personality Katie Price

Katie Price has revealed she received messages from Oscar Pistorius during his trial for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, after he reached out to her on Twitter.

TB Joshua didn't have planning permission for deadly guest house

A guesthouse that collapsed at the Lagos megachurch of one of Nigeria's most popular preachers, killing 116, did not have planning approval, a building inspector said on Thursday.

Cosatu should not be a political lapdog sweetheart: Vavi

The Congress of SA Trade Unions and its affiliates must be free of political manipulation, the union federation's general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said on Thursday.

I sacrificed my life to help Dewani: Tongo

Convicted shuttle taxi driver Zola Tongo seemed to portray himself as a victim when describing how the Anni Dewani murder plot affected him, during questioning in the Western Cape High Court.

Mbalula tells Meyiwa killers 'you can run but you can't hide'

Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa's killers will be caught and brought to book, Sport Minister Fikile Mbalula warned at a memorial service in Johannesburg.

Sport stars will continue to die unless society produces order: mayor

Ekurhuleni Mayor Mondli Gungubele said sport stars would continue to perish unless communities maintain order in places where they live.

Wife of taxi boss fatally shot

A second Inanda taxi operator and his wife were shot at in less than two days.

Only 42.5% of working-age South Africans employed

South Africa is in a high unemployment state, statistician general Pali Lehohla said on Thursday.

Initiation song? I just f*****n wouldn't do it, I sing for nobody: Roy Keane

Singing in front of the team is now a rite of passage for any new player, but you wouldn't have seen Roy Keane belting out a tune in his heyday.

Nigeria avoid lengthy FIFA ban, drops court case over leadership

A court case against Nigeria's football association that threatened to earn the country a lengthy ban from international competition has been dropped, lawyers said on Thursday.

ANC councillor wheelchair thief has case postponed

A Limpopo ANC ward councillor accused of stealing wheelchairs appeared in the Lephalale Regional Court on Thursday, police said.

Palace politics, boardroom shenanigans paralysing Cosatu: Vavi

Cosatu has never been as weak and paralysed as it is today, its general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said on Thursday.
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