Hawkers and guards lose out on pay after Zuma’s prayer no-show

Hours after the sudden cancellation of a national day of prayer event‚ which was to be addressed by President Jacob Zuma‚ some oblivious ANC supporters were patiently awaiting his arrival outside Durban’s Absa Stadium on Friday.

Yoh! AKA shut down Pearl Thusi in one Tweet

So there AKA was talking about his new car. An expensive one. He posted a picture alongside a BMW X6M. In the post he mentions that it is “full spec” and “very rare.”

Rhodes Must Fall leader tells waiter: ‘We will give tip when you return the land’

Ntokozo Qwabe‚ one of the leaders of the Rhodes Must Fall movement at Oxford University has bragged on Facebook about the way his friends treated a waiter. They wrote on the bill‚ ""WE WILL GIVE TIP WHEN YOU RETURN THE LAND". The waiter is a white woman.

Prison warders torture me because they miss Tau Mogale: Hijacking accused

Nathi Msiza, the Mamelodi, Pretoria, man in the dock for allegedly hijacking Generations: The Legacy actor Rapulana Seiphemo, has told the Pretoria Magistrate's Court that prison warders are torturing him on the grounds that they no longer see Seiphemo on screen.

‘Spy tapes’ judgment didn’t discuss guilt - ANC

The African National Congress‚ in its reaction to the “spy tapes” judgment‚ said on Friday that the high court did not deal with the merits of any allegations against President Jacob Zuma.

Now it's up to Public Prosecutions boss Shaun Abrahams to deal with Zuma charges

While the full bench in Pretoria has reviewed and set aside the 2009 decision to discontinue the prosecution of President Jacob Zuma‚ the decision on reinstating the charges remains with the National Prosecuting Authority.

Zuma open to prosecution as court recommends review of corruption charges being dropped

The full bench of the High Court in Pretoria has set aside a decision to discontinue the prosecution of President Jacob Zuma taken in April 2009.

Read the original corruption charges brought against President Zuma

State prosecutors said on Friday that they needed time to study the High Court's ruling after it ordered that a 2009 decision to drop 783 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma should be reviewed.

Zuma 'notes' #SpyTapes judgment‚ says Presidency

President Jacob Zuma has "noted" the Spy Tapes ruling handed down by the High Court on Friday.

Schabir Shaik must find solace in #spytapes judgment‚ says De Lille

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille said the High Court's ruling proved that the Arms Procurement Commission was "nothing but an instrument" used by the African National Congress to investigate itself.

Zuma must face 783 charges of corruption in court after #spytapes ruling: Maimane

The Democratic Alliance is celebrating a High Court ruling critical of the National Prosecuting Authority's decision not to prosecute President Jacob Zuma for the 783 charges of fraud, corruption and money-laundering just prior to being elected ANC president.

Gupta bodyguards: we saw boxes of money - report

Bodyguards who worked for the Gupta family claim that the family patriarch visited "Number One" up to three times a week.

Sexwale asks Ajay Gupta to help probe into 'state capture'

Tokyo Sexwale has written an open letter to Ajay Gupta, warning that 'South Africans love their country' and 'will resist' state capture.

These are the top 11 SA politicians on Twitter

Politics rules in the South Africa twitter universe‚ and Julius Malema is its prince – a dramatic turnaround from a firebrand who once threatened to shut down the social media platform.

Pastor Mboro lays fraud charges against Malawian pastor over ‘heaven’ pictures

Controversial religious leader Paseka Motsoeneng‚ popularly known as Pastor Mboro‚ has come under the spotlight yet again after it emerged that he has opened two cases of fraud against Malawian Pastor Shephered Bushiri.

Rapist Hewitt lucky to get lenient sentence‚ says anti-abuse group

Disgraced tennis champion Bob Hewitt was lucky the court took his age and health into consideration when it gave him a lenient prison sentence for rape‚ the advocacy group Women and Men Against Child Abuse (WMACA) said on Friday.

14 die in taxi‚ truck collision

Fourteen people were killed and two others injured on Friday afternoon when a large truck and taxi collided head-on on Randfontein Road in Randfontein.

Antelope join threatened list as Africa hots up

Rhino‚ big cats and elephants might be in danger‚ but Africa's antelope are forever‚ right? Wrong‚ according to British researchers.

'Skwatsha couldn’t have killed Kruger cheetah – he was in Parliament'

Deputy Minister Mcebisi Skwatsha has angrily rejected the allegation that he killed a cheetah in the Kruger National Park.

CCMA rules in Phat Joe’s favour over domestic worker case

Controversial radio personality Majota Khambule‚ popularly known as Phat Joe‚ has won a Commission for Conciliation‚ Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) case filed against him by his former domestic worker‚ after the worker’s application against him was dismissed by the CCMA.

South Sudan forms unity government

South Sudan's transitional unity government was sworn into office Friday, with President Salva Kiir sharing power with ex-rebels in a key step in a long-delayed peace process.