Zuma's wife to be charged for poison plot: report

Nompumelelo Ntuli -Zuma is set to be charged with conspiracy to commit murder according to a report.

Mourners pay respects to Bobbi Kristina Brown amidst family feud

Mourners have gathered to pay their respects to the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, who tragically died last week at just 22-years-old.

Provincial police commissioners rally to Phiyega's defence

The country’s nine provincial police commissioners say they are fully behind national police commissioner General Riah Phiyega and are concerned about what they call the “prevailing unfair and largely negative attitude” towards her.

SADC would like to see stability restored in Lesotho

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) believes that if the stakeholders in Lesotho give consideration to its recommendations it will create a much more stable and conducive atmosphere in the kingdom so that greater and more lasting stability can be engendered‚ South African deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa said on Saturday.

Another policeman killed – 53 officers killed so far this year

Another police member has been killed‚ bringing to 53 the number of police officers killed in the country so far this year – four in the last week alone‚ police said.

Archbishop Tutu to remain in hospital for few more days

While his doctors are satisfied with the progress of his antibiotic treatment‚ Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is to remain in hospital for further observation and treatment for another few days‚ according to his family.
Popo Molefe. File photo.

Prasa spent R700m 'irregularly'‚ R19m 'fruitlessly'‚ AG finds

A report by the auditor general on the Passenger Railways Agency of South Africa’s finances for 2014-15 noted that “irregular expenditure” accounted for more than R700 million and a further R19 million for “fruitless and wasteful” expenditure.

Bin Laden relatives killed in UK plane crash

Members of Osama Bin Laden's family were among the victims in the crash of a private jet in Britain, the Saudi embassy in London said Saturday in a message of condolences.

Sandton streets shutdown

One of the richest parts of South Africa's richest city will be in lockdown for October.

Tito becomes Wits professor

Tito Mboweni, formerly a labour minister and governor of the Reserve Bank, will join Wits University from tomorrow as an honorary professor in the School of Economic and Business Sciences.

'Tin pot despot' Putin ordered spy's London murder, UK inquiry told

Russian President Vladimir Putin is a "tin pot despot" who personally ordered the 2006 poisoning murder of ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London, the lawyer for his widow said on Friday.

Rapper ProVerb's wife in alleged cheating scandal: report

'Idols' executive producer and rapper ProVerb was shockingly informed of his wife's alleged infidelity through a report in a weekly newspaper.

Zimbabwe parks confirm Jericho the lion alive amid Cecil furore

Zimbabwe wildlife authorities on Sunday dismissed rumours that a second lion, known as Jericho, had been slain after the killing last month of Cecil the lion by an American trophy hunter caused a global outcry.

Parliament gets clean audit from Auditor-General

Parliament has received a clean audit from the Auditor General.

Police confirm resignation of ex crime intelligence boss

The former acting head of the South African Police Service’s Crime Intelligence division‚ Major-General Chris Ngcobo‚ who was placed on special leave in October last year owing to an alleged discrepancy regarding his academic qualifications‚ has resigned‚ the SAPS confirmed at the weekend.

Phiyega launches desperate bid to keep her job

In her bid to stay on as national police commissioner, Riah Phiyega is said to have begged president Jacob Zuma to retain her position as the country's top cop.

Eskom to keep the lights on today

Despite the chilly weather being experienced across the country‚ good news for consumers is that Eskom is not planning any load shedding on Sunday.

Cecil the lion lights up New York's Empire State building

A giant picture of the beloved Zimbabwean lion killed by an American trophy hunter was among images projected Saturday onto the Empire State Building in New York in a dazzling display.

Fake cops out on bail linked to more crimes

A gang who allegedly impersonated police to rob victims and are out on bail at present have been linked to a spate of other crimes in addition to those for which they were originally arrested‚ police said on Saturday.

Police commissioner submits Marikana response with barely hour to spare

National police commissioner General Riah Phiyega submitted her response to the recommendations of the Farlam commission of inquiry into the Marikana massacre to President Jacob Zuma an hour before the deadline on Friday night.

Nigeria attacks kill 16 as force chief promises to crush Boko Haram

A female suicide bomber and Boko Haram gunmen killed 16 people in Nigeria as the commander of a new multinational force tasked with fighting the Islamists pledged on Friday to crush the insurgency "very soon".
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