EFF says car was "wrongfully" bought for Malema with party money

Economic Freedom Fighters members are claiming that a grey Golf GTI was "wrongfully" bought for leader Julius Malema using party money, according to a reportĀ on Sunday.

KZN police to deal with Zuma's son warrant of arrest on Monday

KwaZulu-Natal police on Sunday could not give an update on whether a warrant of arrest had been delivered for President Jacob Zuma's eldest son Edward relating to a maintenance case.

Baby dies in Soweto looting rampage

Baby Nqobile Majozi became South Africa's youngest victim of xenophobic violence this week.

How cops bungled Senzo Meyiwa murder case

Three months of police blunders, a lack of crime-intelligence gathering and internal power struggles have left police clueless in the investigation into the murder of former Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa.

Foreign-owned Soweto shops abandoned

Several foreign-owned shops in Soweto were abandoned on Saturday following a week of violence and looting.

Selebi played crucial role during struggle: SACP

Former police commissioner Jackie Selebi played a crucial role in the liberation struggle and would be remembered, the SA Communist Party said on Saturday.

Social media abuzz after mystery woman exposes video of Pastor Zondo naked

The past week has seen a well-respected pastor being made a topic of discussion after a video of him naked surfaced online.

On Ebola front line, first glimpse of end to epidemic

Here at the front line of the Ebola epidemic, the tide seems to be turning against the disease.

Gauteng premier shames Soweto looters, parents who accept stolen goods

Soweto residents taking part in the looting of foreign-owned shops and parents who were allowing them to bring home the goods, were described as a curse to the community by Gauteng premier David Makhura.

Madikizela-Mandela visits family of bystander killed during attack on foreign-owned shop

ANC veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has visited the family of a bystander who was killed during an attack on a foreign-owned shop in Swaneville, according to a report.

Darfur offers Islamists 'fertile ground' as violence persists: UN

United Nations experts warned that Sudan's remote western territories could become a breeding ground for radical Islamists as violence in the country's conflict-torn Darfur region rages at an alarming level.

MPs suggest private security for Parliament to remove unruly members

Some MPs have suggested that Parliament hire a private security company to remove unruly members from the National Assembly, according to a report on Sunday.

Dry quiet season for some in Cape Town because of lack of booze

The City of Cape Town had a quieter festive season due to the confiscation of almost 12,000 bottles of alcohol during its crackdown on violations of its alcohol laws, a councillor said on Sunday.

African Diaspora Forum says SA is ignoring xenophobia

Government continues to deny that there is xenophobia in South Africa, the African Diaspora Forum (ADF) wrote in an open letter to President Jacob Zuma.
File photo of Southwest Airlines jets waiting on the tarmac at Denver International Airport in Denver

U.S. airline flights land in Atlanta after bomb threats

Bomb threats against two U.S. airline flights on Saturday prompted North American air defense fighter planes to scramble to accompany them to their destination in Atlanta, an airport spokesman said.

Eleven Zimbabweans killed in Botswana repatriated

Eleven Zimbabweans who were killed in a car crash in Botswana earlier this month have been repatriated, the Botswana Police Service said on Saturday.

German Muslim leader says attacks increasing on mosques and Muslims

Violence against Muslims and their places of worship is on the rise in Germany, Aiman Mazyek, chairman of Germany's Central Council of Muslims, said in a report on an online magazine on Saturday.

19-year-old arrested for burning heavily pregnant woman to death

A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of burning to death a heavily pregnant woman, who was later found in woodland in Berlin, a police spokeswoman confirmed Saturday.

Bring back police drug unit: Maimane

Specialised police units dealing with drugs and gangs need to be reintroduced, DA parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane said on Saturday.

Serial killer's head incinerated after 90 years in storage

The head of serial killer Fritz Haarmann has been incinerated after lying in storage for almost 90 years at a central German university, a newspaper reported Saturday.

Orgies officially banned at ballroom in the Alps

Orgies and nude girls springing out of giant birthday cakes are now banned at the municipal ballroom of an expensive spa resort up in the Alps, German officials say.
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