EFF says Malema will never apologise for taking on racists who swear at black workers

The Economic Freedom Fighters have expressed their support for their Commander in Chief, Julius Malema by stating they are proud of how he reacted to the incident in Tzaneen and emphasising that he will 'never apologise'.

ANC votes down motion to call Zuma over Nkandla

The ANC majority on Thursday voted down an opposition motion in the National Assembly that President Jacob Zuma must be called to appear before the ad hoc committee mulling reports on misspending on his Nkandla home.

Grace Mugabe announces candidacy to succeed husband Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe on Thursday announced her candidacy to succeed her husband, 90-year-old president Robert Mugabe, when he leaves office.

Court orders Parliament to stop inquiry into SABC chair's alleged lies

SABC chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala on Thursday obtained an interim interdict in the Western Cape High Court halting an inquiry into whether she lied about her academic qualifications.

Julius Malema implies on Twitter he was defending cashier from 'racist bully'

EFF leader, Julius Malema has suggested that he was actually defending a black cashier from the 'racist' actions of a white man.

Malema pushes, 'swears' at restaurant patron - with video

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has been filmed on CCTV camera, in "intimidatory" behaviour towards a Tzaneen man.

Bafana rise ten places to 57th on FIFA rankings

Bafana Bafana jumped ten places to 57th in the latest world rankings released by Fifa on Thursday.

Oscar Pistorius sentence ridiculous: Donald Trump - with video

Donald Trump thinks Oscar Pistorius got off lightly for killing his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, saying the Paralympian’s five-year prison sentence is ‘ridiculous.’

Confirmed: Connie Ferguson is coming back to 'Generations'

Known for her role as Karabo Moroka in the popular drama series which is now temporarily off air, Connie Ferguson is making her return to the soapie.

SA steps up it's Ebola screening on incoming travellers

South Africa has upped its screening of arriving travellers in an effort to stop Ebola haemorrhagic fever entering the country, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said on Thursday.

'Photobomb' voted word of the year

Photobomb beat vape, preload and al desko to become 2014 Word of the Year, Collins English Dictionary said.

US charges safari owners with illegal rhino hunting

Two South African men were charged Thursday by the US government with conspiracy to sell illegal rhinoceros hunts to American hunters, money laundering and secretly trafficking in rhino horns.

Bangladesh war criminal Ghulam Azam dies: Official

Former head of Bangladesh's largest Islamist party Ghulam Azam, who last year was sentenced to 90 years in prison for masterminding atrocities during the country's 1971 war, died on Thursday night.

AU to send over 1 000 health workers to West Africa

African nations will send more than 1,000 health workers to Ebola-ravaged Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the head of the African Union Commission said Thursday.

Numsa is still part of Cosatu: Jim

Cosatu did not vote on Numsa being expelled from the trade union federation, SABC television news reported on Thursday.

SANParks appoints CEO: Dept

Fundisile Mketeni was appointed as the CEO of the SA National Parks (SANParks), the environmental affairs department said on Thursday.

Mother of Ottawa shooter apologizes for all the pain

A woman who identified herself as the mother of the gunman who launched an attack on the Canadian Parliament said Thursday she was angry at her son and apologized for the pain and fright he had caused.

Premier condemns the burning of heritage site

Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle on Thursday condemned the burning of ANC stalwart Oliver Tambo's statue at the heritage site in Nkantolo village in Bizana.

Pigeon racing not banned: environmental affairs

Pigeon racing has not been banned, the environmental affairs department clarified on Thursday.

Rea Vaya drivers on strike

Rea Vaya bus drivers are on strike, the City of Johannesburg said on Thursday.

Lwandle mass evictions illegal: Sisulu

The mass eviction of more than 800 families from SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) land in Lwandle near Somerset West earlier this year was illegal, Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said on Thursday.
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