Kaizer Chiefs meeting with Itumeleng Khune cancelled

A planned clear-the-air meeting on Tuesday between Kaizer Chiefs’ officials and its estranged former captain and goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has apparently been postponed.

Top DJ loses son in house fire

Top Hip Hop DJ and content producer C-Live has lost his 11-year old son in a tragic blaze which engulfed his Bez Valley house on Monday.

Three shocking excerpts from the women Bill Cosby allegedly raped

Over thirty women have come forward with their stories of how Bill Cosby allegedly drugged and raped them over a 50-year period.

Woolworths bans customer after creative story telling in checkout queue

I was at my local Woolworths store buying a large bag of dog food for my loyal pet and was in the checkout queue when a woman behind me asked if I had a dog.

RIP Clive Rice: 'An astute captain who inspired a generation'

One of South Africa’s legendary cricketers‚ Clive Rice‚ has died.

No bail for Panayiotou

Murder-accused Christopher Panayiotou has again failed in his bid to get bail after Judge Glenn Goosen denied his appeal in the Grahamstown High Court on Tuesday.

Surgery cancelled at Helen Joseph because of linen

A linen shortage has once again led to the cancellation of operations at Helen Joseph Hospital in west Johannesburg.

Bobbi Kristina Brown's autopsy showed 'no significant injuries'

The postmortem examination of Bobbi Kristina Brown revealed no significant injuries.

Foreign hunter accused of killing much-loved Zimbabwe lion

A Zimbabwean conservation charity said Monday that a foreign tourist could face criminal charges after allegedly using a bow and arrow to kill a much-loved lion called Cecil.

Clubless Khune still playing with his balls at home - videos

Clubless Itumeleng Khune has been trying to prove he's not just been sitting and eating his pies while he waits for his club future to be decided.

Nobody should be president for life‚ Obama tells AU delegates

US President Barrack Obama has told the African Union in Addis Ababa that leaders should not break the law to extend their stay in office.

Cameroon deploys 2,000 extra troops to fight Boko Haram

Cameroon will send about 2,000 military reinforcements to the north to fight Boko Haram, the Nigerian jihadist movement behind bloody cross-border raids and suicide bombings, state television said Tuesday.

Rhino horn not being used for sexual potency‚ but as a hangover cure

Nearly half of Vietnamese have tried rhino horn to “cure” ailments‚ primarily alcohol-induced hangovers‚ with men over 40 being the primary customers – despite there being no proof that this works.

Jobs ‘bloodbath’ hits SA as mining companies cut costs

South Africa is bleeding jobs as falling commodity prices and increasing wage demands force mining companies to cut back on staff.

Nuclear deal done, Iran urged to free Washington Post man

The lawyer of a Washington Post reporter jailed in Iran for espionage demanded the release of her client, citing the new atmosphere after Tehran's nuclear agreement with world powers.
A taxi driver is given condoms by a member of the Treatment Action Campaign as they campaign for safe sex in Daveyton, outside Johannesburg

South Africa is rebranding its condom campaign: will it work this time?

The South African National Department of Health has launched a new safe sex campaign. Over the next three years it plans to distribute 3 billion scented male condoms, 54 million female condoms and 60 million sachets of lubricant to 4000 sites countrywide. It will cost taxpayers R3.5 billion.

Cassper's Dome dream

Local rapper Cassper Nyovest holds the hip-hop industry in his hands as he attempts to do what no one in his field has ever done - to fill the Ticketpro Dome as the headline act.

Ex-FIFA official Warner to seek judicial review, may delay extradition

Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner's lawyers plan to file for judicial review against the government of Trinidad and Tobago claiming political bias in the move to extradite him to the United States.

Telkom doubles executive pay as job cuts loom

Telkom, which is embroiled in a fight with unions over a plan to cut jobs, more than doubled its executive directors’ wage bill in in fiscal 2015.

Cops come under attack for a second day in PE's northern areas

Although no protests were planned for Port Elizabeth’s northern areas on Tuesday‚ violence erupted in Helevale late in the morning.

Open letter: We must stop killer robots before they are built

More than 1,000 of the leading researchers in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics have today signed and published an open letter calling for a ban on offensive autonomous weapons, also known colloquially as “killer robots”.
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