ANCWL calls on teachers to stop having sex with pupils

The ANC Women's League in KwaZulu-Natal has called on teachers to treat pupils like their daughters instead of seeing them as wives and girlfriends.

What now for remaining Generations actors?

Fourteen actors who opted out of striking with the sixteen main actors may face a slight dilemma as their roles will either be incorporated into the storyline or scrapped all together.

ANC calls for probe into IFP, DA office fires

The DA's office in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature is the second premises occupied by an opposition party to have been gutted by fire in less than a month.

Shivambu withdraws his middle finger

Economic Freedom Fighters chief whip Floyd Shivambu has vowed to "publicly withdraw the middle finger" after flipping the bird at Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday.

The top five scariest adverts

Advertisers have sometimes made us think, sometimes made us laugh, and sometimes, sometimes haunted our darkest nightmares. These are the five creepiest adverts.

265 SA survivors, 29 still hospitalised: SA High Commissioner in Nigeria

Over 200 South Africans survived the building collapse at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan) in Lagos, South Africa's High Commissioner in Nigeria said on Thursday.

ANC wins 10 wards to DA's one in by-elections

The African National Congress won 10 of the 11 wards contested in Wednesday's by-elections, with the Democratic Alliance winning one, the Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) said on Thursday.

862 South African schools don't have water: Motshekga

Hundreds of public schools remain without piped water, electricity, and sanitation, according to Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga.

TB Joshua one of Africa's richest pastors

"Prophet" TB Joshua was named the third richest pastor in Nigeria with an estimated net worth of between about R110m to R165m according to a list compiled by Forbes.

Rooney went through phones like sweets by smashing them on concrete in anger

In the latest extract from his new autobiography #2Sides, former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand lifts the lid on Wayne Rooney's tantrums on the training ground, describing him as "a very angry young man".

Knife-edge Scottish referendum ignites English nationalism

AN unintended consequence of the Scottish referendum battle,whoever wins or loses, will be the rise of English nationalism, writes Marvin Meintjies

Andy Murray boosts Scottish 'Yes' campaign

Scottish tennis star Andy Murray broke his silence over the independence referendum on Thursday by appearing to lend last-minute support to the "Yes" campaign as polling began.

Six days of fire at Kruger National Park

Hot weather conditions have sparked fires at the Kruger National Park, the game reserve said on Thursday.

Mining faces several challenges: Oliphant

South Africa's mining industry faces a number of challenges that require determined and systematic resolution, Deputy Mineral Resources Minister Godfrey Oliphant said on Thursday.

Zuma vows to take action on Nigeria church tragedy

President Jacob Zuma on Thursday vowed his government would do everything it can to help the families of 67 South Africans believed to have been killed in last week's church collapse in Nigeria.

16 arrested in foiled bank robbery

Sixteen people alleged to have been planning to rob a bank in Klerksdorp were arrested on Thursday, said North West police.

South Africans should start seeing themselves as Africans: Study

Kenyans and Nigerians believe South Africans should have a stronger awareness that they are part of Africa, according to a pilot study released on Thursday.

High court reserves judgement on deportation case

The High Court in Pretoria on Thursday reserved its judgment on whether the department of home affairs acted unlawfully and unconstitutionally when it deported a wanted murder-accused back to his home country, Botswana.

Gaming anti-feminists threaten to bomb GDC award

Certain gamers have further cemented the hobby's reputation for having a problem with women - with a bomb threat to the Game Developers Choice (GDC) awards.

Sierra Leone readies for Controversial Ebola shutdown

Sierra Leone was preparing on Thursday for an unprecedented three-day nationwide shutdown to contain the deadly spread of the Ebola virus in a controversial move which experts claimed could worsen the epidemic.

Boko Haram 'in charge of 25 towns' in NE Nigeria: Bishop

Boko Haram militants are in charge of at least 25 towns and villages in northeast Nigeria, the region's Roman Catholic bishop has claimed, warning of a deteriorating security situation.
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