R40 million for a house next to Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Shaun Pollock

A mere R35-million is all you need if you want to live in one of the country's most expensive neighbourhoods.

Malema, Madonsela, Mathunjwa, Mazibuko dismiss spy claims

Spy claims against Thuli Madonsela, Julius Malema, Lindiwe Mazibuko, and Joseph Mathunjwa were dismissed as rubbish, according to their comments published on Friday.

Kid for sale - R300

For about R300 you can buy an African child - one of the tens of thousands of children snatched from their homes across the continent by terrorist groups.

JZ blows the BEE horn

President Jacob Zuma took a swipe yesterday at critics who call black economic empowerment "reverse racism", saying more needed to be done to correct economic damage of the apartheid past.

Claims against Khulubuse Zuma distort inquiry findings: spokesman

Khulubuse Zuma claims allegations levelled against him by trade unions distort the findings a 2013 inquiry into the affairs of Pamodzi Gold.

Western Cape to pump R1.2bn into cyberspace

The Western Cape government yesterday announced a bold plan to improve internet connectivity, setting aside R1.2-billion to help city and rural residents get free or affordable high-speed connections.

Zephany's parents forgave her 'mom'

The parents of Cape Town teenager Zephany Nurse, who was stolen as an infant, have spoken out about the woman who allegedly abducted their child almost 18 years ago.

Helmeted heroes battle new blaze at Cape Point

They thought they could relax after containing the fires that raged across Table Mountain for four days but exhausted Cape Town firefighters were under pressure again yesterday, battling a blaze at Cape Point.

'Officials take bribes from taxi owners'

The Gauteng department of transport has admitted that corruption and fraud are the causes of the backlog in the issuing of operating licences for minibus taxis, the head of the department, Ronald Swartz, and the chief director of registration and operating licensing, Bonga Majola, yesterday told the provincial government's transport portfolio committee in Johannesburg.

Young women poised to storm corporate world

Women aged 20 to 35 are more ambitious and more confident than older women, and they want to scale the career ladder.

Uber wants to Up its profile

"We are definitely not an advertising platform," said Alon Lits, Uber Johannesburg's general manager.

'You shall learn to trillion check your facts' Minnie Dlamini tells media

After a weekly magazine ran with a cover story detailing Minnie Dlamini's apparent dire financial situation, the TV presenter is reportedly intent on taking them to task for the claims.

Power cuts unlikely over weekend: Eskom

Scheduled blackouts are unlikely to happen on Friday and the weekend, Eskom said.

Kidney swap saves six lives and a glimpse in to the life of the world's second richest woman

Today's top world headlines which captured Charmain Naidoo's attention.

Rugby players at Pretoria school to test for banned substances

Rugby players at Menlo Park High School in Pretoria will be tested regularly for banned substances, according to a report.

Cape Town fire under control

The fire which broke out in the South Peninsula last weekend is under control, Cape Town Disaster Risk Management said on Friday.

Albino killers sentenced to death in Tanzania

A court in Tanzania has sentenced four people to death for the murder of an albino woman who was killed so her hacked-off limbs could be used in magic, officials said Friday.

New FIFA ethics chief won't be pushed around

Younger than some professional footballers, Swiss attorney Cornel Borbely is at first sight an unlikely choice as the man to step into Michael Garcia's shoes and try to keep corruption out of FIFA.
Liberia's last known Ebola patient Yardolo sits in the exit portion of a Chinese Ebola treatment unit, where she was treated, in Monrovia

Last Ebola patient in Liberia discharged from treatment center

Liberia’s last Ebola patient was discharged Thursday after a ceremony in the capital, Monrovia, bringing to zero the number of known cases in the country and marking a milestone in West Africa’s battle against the disease.

Cisse apologises for spitting row, Evans denies wrongdoing

Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse has apologised for his part in a spitting row involving Manchester United defender Jonny Evans during a mid-week Premier League match.

'Made in China' nuclear reactors a tough sell in global market

As China signs global deals to export its nuclear power technology, it faces a huge obstacle: it still needs to show it can build and safely operate these reactors at home.
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