A divided ANC faces failure at looming election

The ANC is facing a potential crisis ahead of the local government elections next year as infighting has disrupted the functioning of its structures and leagues.

I regret dating 'creatures' like Sophie Ndaba and Zama Ngcobo: Kenny Kunene

Kenny Kunene has revealed how he regrets dating celebs like Sophie “Queen” Ndaba and radio personality Zama Ngcobo, claiming that “they became different creatures.”

New booze laws could make tavern owners liable for drunk's behaviour

A drunk man downs another beer in an unlicensed tavern and then knocks over a pedestrian on the way home. Who is liable for damages?

Johannesburg rates to go up as city spends on capital projects and skills for youth

The country's biggest local government budget of R52.6-billion was tabled by the City of Johannesburg’s member of the Mayoral Committee for Finance‚ Geoffrey Makhubo‚ with a focus on capital expenditure‚ housing and youth employment.

You can save Eskom

Your pension funds are needed to finance Eskom - but there is no reason to run scared.

What the cluck is happening?

Did you know that 60% of all chicken sold is in the form of large frozen pieces?

‘Protests linked to fruitless‚ wasteful government expenditure’: IRR

The incidence of social protests has increased 96% since 2010‚ the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) said.

Zimbabweans go hungry as drought hammers southern Africa

Even in the best of times, life is harsh in Siyagijima, a desolate village in southwest Zimbabwe. After the worst regional drought in nearly a decade and the failure of nearby crops, it is likely to be even harsher.
Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba

Shakes Mashaba livid with De Sa

Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has alleged that Ajax Cape Town refused to release players for the Cosafa Cup.

'Men favour brains over boobs'

Men value intelligence in women far above large breasts and long legs, a Cambridge evolutionary biologist has claimed.

You could live forever as a computer

Humans could download their brain on to a computer and live forever inside a machine, a Cambridge neuroscientist has claimed.

R52.6-billion budget tabled for City of Johannesburg

The City of Johannesburg will spend over R4-billion in the coming financial year on consultants and outsourcing of special expertise for the delivery of services and projects.

Prince Ali approached by individual offering 'votes, illegally obtained' information on Blatter

FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein's election team informed police after being approached by an individual who said he could deliver 47 votes at Friday's election, they said on Tuesday.

Netanyahu offers to resume peace talks with settlement focus, says official

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed resuming peace negotiations with the Palestinians but with the initial focus on identifying those Jewish settlements that Israel would keep and be allowed to expand, an Israeli official said.

Security at Vienna Airport suspected of human trafficking, Britain's G4S sacks employee

Private security staff at Vienna Airport are suspected of smuggling refugees, mainly Sri Lankans, through security checks onto flights to the United States and Britain, Austrian prosecutors said.

Derby-Lewis wasn't vigilant enough to secure a release: state advocate

Clive Derby-Lewis‚ who is applying for a medical parole in the North Gauteng High Court‚ was not vigilant enough to secure a release‚ according to state advocate Graham Bester.

Creche head 'asked kids to re-enact sex act'

A 68-year-old principal of a Johannesburg crèche is today expected to plead to a charge of compelled rape after allegedly telling two young children to have sex and allegedly filmed the act.

Western Cape’s MEC condemns robbery of traffic cop

The Western Cape’s MEC for transport and public works on Tuesday condemned an attack on an on-duty provincial traffic officer.

Chris Brown doesn't want Karrueche Tran dating anyone else

Chris Brown reportedly reacted badly to his ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran's selfie with Tyson Beckford as he doesn't want her to date anyone else.

Saudi beheads 88th person, exceeding last year's total

The number of people beheaded in Saudi Arabia this year overtook the total for all of 2014 on Tuesday, despite activists' concerns that trials are not conducted fairly.

Teacher arrested for giving girls dagga brownies at Catholic school

Camille Brennan of New Orleans has been arrested after giving dagga brownies to a pair of female pupils, according to a report.
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