Kaizer Chiefs meeting with Itumeleng Khune cancelled

A planned clear-the-air meeting on Tuesday between Kaizer Chiefs’ officials and its estranged former captain and goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has apparently been postponed.

Three shocking excerpts from the women Bill Cosby allegedly raped

Over thirty women have come forward with their stories of how Bill Cosby allegedly drugged and raped them over a 50-year period.

Siphiwe Tshabalala named new Kaizer Chiefs captain

Kaizer Chiefs announced on Tuesday that Simphiwe Tshabala will be the new captain for the 2015/16 Premier Soccer League season.

Woolworths bans customer after creative story telling in checkout queue

I was at my local Woolworths store buying a large bag of dog food for my loyal pet and was in the checkout queue when a woman behind me asked if I had a dog.

RIP Clive Rice: 'An astute captain who inspired a generation'

One of South Africa’s legendary cricketers‚ Clive Rice‚ has died.

No bail for Panayiotou

Murder-accused Christopher Panayiotou has again failed in his bid to get bail after Judge Glenn Goosen denied his appeal in the Grahamstown High Court on Tuesday.

Surgery cancelled at Helen Joseph because of linen

A linen shortage has once again led to the cancellation of operations at Helen Joseph Hospital in west Johannesburg.

Bobbi Kristina Brown's autopsy showed 'no significant injuries'

The postmortem examination of Bobbi Kristina Brown revealed no significant injuries.

Foreign hunter accused of killing much-loved Zimbabwe lion

A Zimbabwean conservation charity said Monday that a foreign tourist could face criminal charges after allegedly using a bow and arrow to kill a much-loved lion called Cecil.

Obama says aid to farmers cuts child stunting across Africa

US President Barack Obama, wrapping up a visit to the continent of his father's birth, toured an Ethiopian factory making baby food on Tuesday to show how investment in farming can cut hunger and stunting.

Kerry warns US Congress scrapping Iran deal would mean path to nuclear weapon

Secretary of State John Kerry intensified efforts on Tuesday to beat back criticism of the Iran nuclear deal and convince US lawmakers that rejecting it would give Tehran a fast track to a weapon and unlock billions of dollars from collapsed sanctions.

Vladimir hails Vladimir: Putin fetes Russia's religious founder

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday marked 1,000 years since the death of Prince Vladimir, the Orthodox saint credited with bringing Christianity to the country in the Middle Ages.

Archbishop Tutu re-admitted to hospital

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has been re-admitted to a hospital in Cape Town and will remain in hospital until the weekend‚ his daughter‚ Rev Canon Mpho Tutu said on Tuesday.

Police foil cigarette-truck hijacking

A cigarette-truck hijacking on the N4 towards Emalahleni was thwarted on Tuesday after a telephone tip-off to police.

JPSA: ‘Error’ means licence discs can not be withheld

An error into proposed amendments to the National Road Traffic Regulations meant that "withholding the issue of licence discs on the basis of outstanding e-tolls will not be lawful for the immediately foreseeable future”‚ Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) said on Tuesday.

Kenya police chief admits Obama visit a security 'nightmare'

Kenya's police chief on Tuesday admitted Tuesday that US President Barack Obama's weekend visit to Kenya was a security "nightmare", but said the incident-free trip to Nairobi had proved a major confidence booster for the country.

Six arrested for impersonating police officers in Pretoria

The Hawks have arrested seven suspects‚ including a convicted criminal who is serving a sentence at the Kgoshi Mampuru Correctional Services facility in Pretoria‚ for impersonating members of the Hawks to con people out of money.

Twelve suspects arrested for burning alleged 'witch' to death in KwaZulu Natal

KwaMashu police made a breakthrough on Monday when they arrested twelve suspects‚ aged between 18 and 30‚ for murder and malicious damage to property following the death of a man they accused of practicing witchcraft.

Five outrageous things we now know about the Kardashians

Khloe Kardashian had a revealing interview with Complex magazine where she dished on her relationships, and family dynamics.

Clubless Khune still playing with his balls at home - videos

Clubless Itumeleng Khune has been trying to prove he's not just been sitting and eating his pies while he waits for his club future to be decided.

Nobody should be president for life‚ Obama tells AU delegates

US President Barrack Obama has told the African Union in Addis Ababa that leaders should not break the law to extend their stay in office.
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