Shuttleworth wins R250m from Reserve Bank, donates it to fight bureaucracy

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth has won back a R250-million levy he had to pay to get some of his assets out of the country.

Full transcripts: Everything the NPA thought was relevant from the Zuma spy tapes

Five years ago the National Prosecuting Authority decided to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.

'Animals can just roll on hospital garments'

Hlabisa Hospital's management team has been removed following complaints that linen and patient's garments were being manually washed, laid on the grass to dry and given back to patients to use without being ironed.

South Africans help Iraqis in Islamic conflict

He pauses, choosing his words carefully. The image he conveys is haunting.

Durban man dies after last act of heroism, saves passerby from robbers

A Good Samaritan collapsed and died minutes after capturing robbers, who had pounced on a woman in Montclair, Durban, this morning.

Top sixteen moments from 'old Generations'

From Queen's annoying gossip habit to Ngamla's knack for mispronouncing some words of the English language, we take a journey through the top sixteen moments from the 'old' Generations.

Malema teaches us the price of a Louis Vuitton belt

When Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula called out Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on his LV designer wear, we did a price check

I will not take the hit for Nkandla: project manager

The public works department's Nkandla project manager is determined that he will not take the fall for somebody else's transgression, according to media report.

Kruger rhino relocations begin

The relocation of some of the Kruger National Park's white rhino began on Wednesday, SA National Parks said.

ANC boos Maimane for bringing water to East Rand

DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane was booed on Wednesday when he tried to address Tsakane, East Rand, residents during a water delivery campaign.

Dramatic heist in Johannesburg

A cash in transit heist took place outside Rosebank's Gautrain station at about 9:10 this morning.

Chinese Foreign Minister tells the US to Back off over Hong Kong

China Wednesday scolded the United States saying pro-democracy protests sweeping Hong Kong were none of its business and brushing off US calls for restraint warning it will not tolerate "illegal acts."

Roadblocks are for your own safety: JMPD

Johannesburg motorists and communities have been urged to bear with roadblocks in the cause of fighting crime, metro police said on Wednesday.

Energy department must be transparent about nuclear plans

The energy department's commitment to complete transparency over the nuclear agreement with Russia is an empty promise, the Democratic Alliance said on Wednesday.

Two cops wounded in a shootout involving Lesotho army and police

Two policemen in Lesotho were wounded Tuesday night during a shootout between the force and the military, police said, in the latest fall-out from an attempted coup a month ago.

Lawyers advising government should act in SA's interest

Lawyers advising government on matters relating to the work of the Public Protector should do their jobs in a manner that builds the country, Thuli Madonsela said on Wednesday.

September was a good month for car sales: Naamsa

New vehicle sales increased by 11.5 percent in September 2014, compared to September 2013, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa) said on Monday.

IFP wants decent houses instead of owls

The City of Johannesburg must urgently provide people with decent housing instead of spending millions buying owls to eat rats, the IFP said on Wednesday.

Ramaphosa calls for investigations into Lesotho shootings

Deputy President and SADC facilitator Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday called for an investigation into the shootings in Maseru, Lesotho, his office said.

People assume black success corrupt or linked to ANC: Mantashe

South Africans resent black success, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Wednesday.

Top African stars on Champions League duty tonight

The first half of Uefa Champions League match-day two provided eight fascinating matches, with the best fare supplied by Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona in the French capital.
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