Beer from a bottle of Corona is poured into a glass in this picture illustration taken in Sarajevo

Competition Commission recommends merger of AB InBev and SABMiller‚ with conditions

The Competition Commission has recommended to the Competition Tribunal that a deal for Belgian-based brewer AB InBev to acquire SABMiller be approved with conditions.

Sex slave‚ drug trade and hard labour - how South Africans are enslaved

Over 45 million people are enslaved around the world. This is according to the Global Slavery Index 2016 report‚ which was released by the Walk Free Foundation on Tuesday.

Mantashe urges ANC members to honour bus crash victims by uniting party

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe told party members and mourners who attended the memorial service of ten people who died in a bus accident at the weekend that they should use their death to unite the party.

Whopping R80‚000 plus restaurant bill is NOT Zuma’s

A wealthy patron who splurged R80‚359 in one night at Signature restaurant in Morningside‚ Johannesburg‚ is not President Jacob Zuma and his wives.

SABC announces 90% local content quota for TV

SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has on Tuesday afternoon confirmed that its 90% local content quota will be adopted by the broadcaster's TV channels.

WATCH: Cassper promises the best 'one man show to ever hit Africa'

Having kick-started his major African tour over the past weekend in his hometown of Mafikeng, Cassper gave fans a taste of what they'll be missing should they not attend one or more of his shows.

'African cities cannot cope with the rate of urbanisation' - Tshwane mayor Ramokgopa

Homelessness and other problems linked to rural-urban migration do not necessarily make Africa cities failures – migration is just happening too fast.

Zuma a concern for international investors‚ Mantashe admits

Ratings agencies have raised the issue of the African National Congress’ 2017 leadership battle among political risks in South Africa‚ ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe said on Tuesday.
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I will not be silenced anywhere, says Steve Hofmeyr

Controversial Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr is hogging headlines once again, after it emerged that a restaurant in the Netherlands has cancelled an appearance by him over his political opinions.

Fugitive who worked as magistrate while on the run is at large again

A thieving magistrate who went on the run for two years before eventually being nabbed in Port Elizabeth last month‚ has once again absconded – this time as she was due to be sentenced.

Minnie Dlamini gets tongues wagging at the PSL Awards

While the football aficionados took home all the prizes at the PSL Awards last night, TV personality Minnie Dlamini undoubtedly stole the whole show.

Somizi bags gig on SABC radio

It's no secret that Somizi Mhlongo popularly known as SomGaga is a jack of all trades - and now the flamboyant entertainer has bagged a new show on SABC radio.

Only one ANC member made ‘a written submission’ about Guptas’ dealings

Only one person accepted Gwede Mantashe’s invitation to come forward with information about the Gupta family’s alleged meddling in state affairs‚ it was claimed on Tuesday.

Former ANCYL president tells magistrate he doesn’t need an attorney yet

MP and former African National Congress Youth League president Mlungisi “Lulu” Johnson said he is “being guided by circumstances” and is yet to appoint an attorney as he faces charges of driving under the influence and reckless and negligent driving.

AKA launches an attack on Tweezy in a Twitter rant

Hip-hop producer Tweezy is the latest person to face the wrath of AKA who took aim at him over production credits and using his name in interviews.

Anant Singh film is pulled from Durban Film Fest after snub

Filmmaker Anant Singh’s award-winning movie‚ Shepherds and Butchers‚ has been withdrawn from the Durban Film Festival.

ANC is showing Africa the middle finger by protecting Zuma - COPE

"There is no more doubt that the African National Congress has become a disgrace to the entire continent‚" the Congress of the People (COPE) said on Tuesday night‚ asserting that the ANC leadership has decided Jacob Zuma is above the law.

#Comrades2016 – Here’s how many people managed to run – or walk – 89km

The Comrades Marathon is a challenge that ordinary South Africans can’t resist‚ the lure being the spirit of camaraderie and sheer endurance required to complete the route between Pietermaritzburg and Durban.

DNA sends rapist to jail for attack on woman‚ aged 62

Luck was on the side of justice when police used DNA samples to link a rapist to two assaults‚ for which he has now been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment in each case.

Monsters‚ miracles and hope – Film on Alison’s survival debuts this week

The world premiere of ‘Alison The Movie’ debuts at the Encounters International Film Festival in Cape Town and Johannesburg this week.

Last chance to apply for a place in a government school in Gauteng

Tomorrow is the very last day for parents applying for space in public schools in Gauteng.