Maidens die in Swazi horror reed dance crash

Three trucks carrying imbali on their way to cut reeds for Swaziland's traditional reed dance were involved in an accident that took multiple lives according to reports.

Trump and the 'anchor messiah' - 10 quotes from the #TrumpBible

Donald Trump claimed that his favourite book was the Bible - but when asked about his favourite verse he declined to answer, saying it was 'personal' - personal or not, #TrumpBible has come to the Republican front runner's rescue.

Minister 'shocked and sad' to hear about death of actor Roland Mqwebu

Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa said on Saturday it was with a “deep sense of shock and sadness” that he had learned about the death of legendary actor Roland Mqwebu.

We're tackling corruption‚ says Prasa board

Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa board chairman Popo Molefe says the “tide” against maladministration and corruption in Prasa “cannot be turned”.

TAC‚ Sonke now friends of the court in miners class action

The South Gauteng High Court has admitted the Treatment Action Campaign and Sonke Gender Justice as friends of the court (amici curiae) in the planned class action lawsuit against South African gold mines.

How will climate change affect your livelihood?

As the reality of global warming starts to hit home, people may ask: "How will it affect my livelihood?"

Surprise omissions in Springbok rugby World Cup squad

Rudy Paige and Zane Kirchner were the biggest selection surprises when the 31-man Springbok Rugby World Cup squad was announced in Durban on Friday.

SAAF was unaware of who owned Ramaphosa charter plane

Speculation about the charter flight used by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa for an official visit to Japan prompted the defence minister to make “a rare decision to appear” before the media.

Bafana Bafana star robbed R50,000 at gunpoint

Bafana Bafana and Bidvest Wits defender Siyabonga Nhlapo was robbed of R50,000 in cash by gun-totting criminals on Thursday afternoon in Johannesburg.

Africa uneasy as China turmoil threatens investment boom

When Chinese company Shanghai Zendai bought 4,000 acres of land outside Johannesburg in 2013, it promised to build the "New York of Africa."

Motorists can expect 'substantial drop in fuel price' next month: AA

The Automobile Association (AA) said on Friday that petrol could be up to 77c a litre cheaper‚ while the diesel price could drop by 53c.

White shirts called in after EFF member ignores Black Rod

Parliament's controversial white-shirted “bouncers” were called in to remove an MP for the first time since the new rules were passed allowing disruptive members to be removed.

EU parliament chief attacks "cynical" states over refugee crisis

The "glaring failures" of some European countries to take in refugees are turning the Mediterranean into a mass grave and creating gruesome scenes at borders, the head of the European Parliament has said.

Malik is a 'f***ing Idiot' for dumping Edwards in a text, at least send an email: Roche

Zayn Malik is ''a f***ing idiot'' according to Jake Roche.

No load shedding planned for Saturday

No load shedding is planned for Saturday which means that Eskom has managed to keep the lights on for 20 consecutive days.

Holgate off in search of Africa’s ‘true centre’

Somewhere in the remote northern areas of the Republic of Congo (Brazzaville) lies the Heart of Africa.

President Zuma to officially open Medupi Unit 6

President Jacob Zuma will on Sunday officially open Medupi Unit 6 in Lephalale‚ Limpopo Province.

Seeing freedom in their future, psychics reveal all: 'It's a scam'

Is it real? Or a bunch of baloney? It’s a question New Yorkers and visitors to the city may ask themselves when they pass any of the seemingly countless storefront fortunetellers.

South Sudan army ordered to end fighting ahead of ceasefire

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has ordered all government troops to cease fighting rebel forces as part of a peace agreement, his spokesman said, ahead of a full ceasefire on Saturday.

Key Apple music exec steps down

A key executive for Apple's music service who came to the US tech giant with its acquisition of Beats has left the company, Apple said.

Bittersweet choice in retailer's checkout aisles

Retailer Woolworths has a bittersweet treat for its customers – it’s removing all chocolates and other sugary goodies from its checkout queue.
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