Viral video a perfect example of animosity between motorists and metro police: JPSA

The latest video to go viral on social media‚ this time depicting the interactions between a motorist accused of committing a traffic infringement and the Johannesburg metro policewoman who took him to task “is a perfect example of how things should not be done as it clearly demonstrates the unnecessary animosity which exists between motorists and metro police and vice versa”‚ Justice Project South Africa (JPSA) said.

Bank helps itself to client’s money illegally

The banks call it “set off”; a dry euphemism for money grabbing.

America's fast-talking comedian Kevin Hart coming to SA in March

Top comedian Kevin Hart is coming to South Africa‚ organisers have announced.

Two reported dead in Clearwater Mall shootout

Two suspected robbers are believed to have been killed in a shootout with police officers during the failed robbery of a cash-in-transit vehicle at Clearwater Mall‚ west of Johannesburg‚ on Tuesday morning.

Time for the e-nanny

Failing to monitor children's use of the internet could land parents in jail. The government has warned that neglecting to supervise a child's online activity is a criminal offence.

'Broke teachers break system'

The National Teachers' Union has urged the Department of Basic Education to allow teachers to cash in part of their pensions early.

Kids stuck on Stikeez a headache for parents

They are cute, only a few centimetres tall and seem harmless.

Shaik tells politicians to consult‚ plan - and not build vanity projects

The Development Bank of Southern Africa has called on governments on the continent to properly plan their mega projects‚ make them people-inclusive and not centered around the legacy of politicians.

Rhodes launches K-word inquiry

Rhodes University is investigating a student for racist remarks after a screen grab of a WhatsApp conversation using the "K" word was posted on the student representative council (SRC) Facebook page.

Celtic to take PSL to 'highest court' if Abraw ruling goes against them

Bloemfontein Celtic chairman Max Tshabalala has threatened to take the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to the “highest court” if the league’s DRC does not rule in their favour over the Camaldine Abraw saga.

No way Jose? European soccer dominates South African searches

South Africa's Premier Soccer League kicked off in August - but South Africans appeared more interested in the European leagues according to Google.

Richards Bay man falls victim to the worst passenger ever

Nathi Mavundla offered his neighbour's relative a lift into town on Saturday - and learned exactly why his neighbour didn't.

Pope tells priests to pardon women who have abortions

Pope Francis on Tuesday called on priests to pardon women who have abortions, and the doctors who perform them, during the upcoming Jubilee year - overruling hardline traditionalists within the Catholic Church.

Why al-Bashir’s visit to the UN presents the US with a diplomatic challenge

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s planned visit to the United Nations in New York this month presents US President Barack Obama’s government with a potentially embarrassing diplomatic challenge.

Chelsea sign Senegal international Djilobodji from Nantes

Chelsea have signed Senegal international defender Papy Djilobodji from Nantes on a four-year contract, according to a statement on the French Ligue 1 side's website.

Steamy porn train in UK's 'Strictly Come Dancing'

The steam train hired by the BBC for this year's season of 'Strictly Come Dancing' - has something of a steamy history itself.

Uganda lawmakers debate controversial NGO bill

Ugandan lawmakers debated Tuesday a bill that would give authorities sweeping powers to regulate civil society as rights groups warned it would "strangle" criticism of the government.

Chris Brown, Kanye and Venus Williams stars among fast food franchise owners

Recently, Chris Brown revealed that in addition to being a neat freak and a comic book fan, the R&B singer also owns more than a dozen Burger King restaurants.

Worst fears confirmed as famed Palmyra temple flattened

Satellite images show the main temple in Syria's Palmyra has been flattened, confirming the worst fears for the ancient ruins held by the Islamic State group.

Iran hopes nuclear deal propaganda will not sway US Congress

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said he hoped the US Congress would not be swayed by "warmongers' propaganda" over the nuclear deal struck between Tehran and world powers.

Wayne Rooney as clueless as Man United fans about Anthony Martial

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney did not have the faintest idea who Anthony Martial was when the Monaco forward was linked with a move to Old Trafford earlier this week, according to team mate Morgan Schneiderlin.
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