Absa Premiership: Mamelodi Sundowns v Kaizer Chiefs

Khune and Mashamaite demand millions, Chiefs show them the door: report

Two of Kaizer Chiefs top players have apparently been given their marching orders by soccer bosses for demanding steep salary increases.

'Our family is cursed', says Trevor Noah's granny in wake of brutal murder

The family of comedian Trevor Noah was in mourning yesterday after the murder of his 24-year-old cousin.

Alarm bells as new cellphone price war looms

It was a tough week for South Africa's two largest cellular network operators, Vodacom and MTN.

Drogba announces last Chelsea game

Chelsea veteran Didier Drogba has announced that the Premier League game at home to Sunderland later on Sunday will be the final appearance of his second spell at the club.

MTN warns Nigeria fuel crisis could shut down mobile phones

Nigeria's biggest mobile phone operator MTN has warned that its network faces shutdown due to fuel shortages that have crippled the nation.

You can't be a somebody when you are a nobody

Think back to the time when Bafana Bafana returned from the African Nations Cup with zeros. Zero goals. Zero wins. Zero points. Zero confidence. Zero support.

Ruling party seen winning as Ethiopians vote, opponents complain

 Ethiopians voted on Sunday in a parliamentary election that is expected to hand a landslide win to the ruling party, which boasts about delivering strong economic growth while opponents say it has trampled on political freedoms.
2015 Super Rugby: DHL Stormers v Melbourne Rebels

Stormers dominate at Newlands

The Stormers, even when they dominate most facets of the game, seldom make winning look easy. Last night at a chilly and damp Newlands they again made heavy weather of putting inferior opponents away.

Ruth Mompati ‘towering giant’ in freedom struggle: Zuma

President Jacob Zuma on Saturday paid homage to anti-apartheid activist Ruth Mompati who died on May 12 at the age of 89 as a ‘towering giant in the struggle for the freedom and democracy’ that South Africans enjoyed today.

SA singer mugged and stabbed while stuck in traffic

A lead singer for Afrikaans band Beeskraal was stabbed and robbed with a knife while stuck in peak hour traffic in Sunnyside, Pretoria on Thursday.

DA wants 'offensive' apartheid 'African Bathing Beach' signage taken down in Durban

eThekwini Municipality have refused to remove an offending signage at Durban’s Laguna Beach which reads: “African Bathing Beach,” according to a report.

Botswana beats Bafana 7-6 on penalties

Kwanda Mngonyama struck the post in sudden death for Bafana Bafana at Maruleng in North West province on Sunday night to lose a marathon penalty shootout 7-6‚ and suffer the embarrassment of crashing out of the Cosafa Cup as hosts at their first hurdle.

Ramaphosa calls for xenophobia-free South Africa

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa called on Sunday for South Africans to create a society where there is no place for xenophobia‚ intolerance and lawlessness.

'Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash killed in US car crash

Nobel prize-winning US mathematician John Nash, who inspired the film "A Beautiful Mind," was killed with his wife in New Jersey in a car crash, police said Sunday.

Hundreds pay tribute to Brussels Jewish museum dead

The mayor of Brussels led tributes Sunday to the four people murdered at the Jewish Museum a year ago as he sought to reassure Jews about their future in the Belgian capital.

New ANCWL leadership for Eastern Cape elected

Hundreds of Eastern Cape ANC Women’s League members voted for a new provincial leadership at the weekend.

Burundi activists suspend government talks after opposition figure murdered

Activists in Burundi behind weeks of protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza's controversial bid to seek a third term said Sunday they were suspending talks with the government after the murder of an opposition figure.

Hewitt victim: 'I'm not happy he's not in jail'

Theresa "Twiggy" Tolken could not pick up a tennis racquet for 30 years after former Grand Slam doubles tennis champion Bob Hewitt raped her.

Working to death in Japan: health warning over 'no overtime' law

Japan's push to take away overtime from high-paid workers has critics warning it will aggravate a problem synonymous with the country's notoriously long working hours - karoshi, or death from overwork.

Trevor Noah's relentless arc to fame and fortune

Trevor Noah will soon begin shooting The Daily Show - as he takes over from its US host, Jon Stewart.

US cop acquitted in shooting death of unarmed black couple

A white Cleveland police officer who climbed onto the hood of a car and fired dozens of rounds at an unarmed black couple in 2012 was acquitted of voluntary manslaughter Saturday.
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