Meyiwa murder suspect nabbed, court postpones matter until November 11

A 25 year old suspect has briefly appeared before the Boksburg Magistrate's Court on Friday in relation to the murder of Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper and captain Senzo Meyiwa.

Senzo's body arrives in Durban, Meyiwa memorial underway

A few thousand people gathered outside the Durban City Hall on Friday where a memorial service for slain Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa was due to be held.

Helpless pensioners drugged, neglected at Cape Town home of horrors

Fifteen residents of a fly-by-night old-age home in Cape Town have died in the past five months amid allegations of gross neglect.

Senzo's dad to return empty handed as Khumalo holds on to Meyiwa's cars, clothes

Senzo Meyiwa's father, Sam is set to return to Umlazi, Kwa-Zulu Natal empty handed as Kelly Khumalo and her family dismiss his efforts to retrieve his son's belongings.

Man responsible for three-year-old's death released after paying R3,000 fine

A man accused of pointing a firearm that led to the crossfire shooting that left three-year-old Luke Tibbetts dead has been released after admitting guilt and paying a fine, Gauteng police said on Friday.

Nkandla: JZ won't pay

Parliament's ad hoc committee on Nkandla has found that President Jacob Zuma did not enjoy undue benefit from the multimillion rand upgrades to his KwaZulu-Natal private residence.

Vodacom fixes glitch that leaked your phone number

Vodacom has reversed a software glitch that led to some subscribers' phone numbers being leaked, it said on Friday.

ANC is not broke and facing bankruptcy: spokesman

The ruling party on Friday denied a report that it faces serious financial problems.

Makhado's name reverts to Louis Trichardt: report

The Limpopo town of Makhado has reverted to its old name of Louis Trichardt, according to a report.

Budapest's black cats get Halloween protection

For a Hungarian animal shelter, Halloween is less about pumpkins, witches and ghosts, but keeping black cats out of the hands of Satanists.

Zambia acting president calls for calm

Zambia's temporary leader says security forces will not tolerate any violence or other illegal activity as the country mourns President Michael Sata, who died after a long illness.

Zuma comments setting a precedent for lawlessness: protector

The public protector has warned President Jacob Zuma in a letter that his remarks over her role could lead to "lawlessness" and set a dangerous precedent.
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during a presentation at Apple headquarters in Cupertino in this file photo

Homophobic MP urges Russia to ban gay Apple boss, won't give up iPhone

An outspoken Russian lawmaker behind a controversial anti-gay law on Friday called for Apple boss Tim Cook to be banned from entering the country after he became the first CEO of a major US company to reveal he is gay.

Nigeria president Johathan intervenes to help FA avoid lengthy FIFA ban

The Nigeria Football Federation says it has avoided a long-term ban by FIFA after in-fighting over the leadership of the football body was ended through intervention by the country's president.

Post office struggling to pay staff, deal with 'mountain' of mail

There is a "mountain" of undelivered mail at the SA Post Office (Sapo), MPs heard on Friday.

Hammer to fall on 15 judges who failed to disclose interests

Fifteen judges who failed to declare their financial interests will be reported to the Judicial Conduct Committee, the office of the chief justice said on Friday.

Game of Thrones stars get huge pay increases

Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau have agreed new deals to be paid $300,000 per episode of 'Game of Thrones'.

Home Affairs trampled immigrants's rights again: judge

There is "something fundamentally wrong" in the way the home affairs department handles the repatriation of migrants, High Court in Pretoria Judge Eberhard Bertelsmann said on Friday.

No mob baying for Meyiwa suspect's blood at Musina station: police

Although the police would not confirm reports that two suspects have been arrested in connection with Senzo Meyiwa's murder, they did refute reports that a crowd had gathered outside the Musina police station baying for the suspects blood.

Three bombs rock north Nigeria bus station: police, witnesses

Three bombs concealed in bags rocked a bus station in north Nigeria's Gombe state during Friday morning rush hour, the latest in a series of attacks targeting commuters blamed on Boko Haram, police and witnesses said.

FIFA sorry for Crimea video blunder

FIFA has apologised for an embarrassing diplomatic faux-pas when its video launching the 2018 World Cup logo portrayed the Crimean peninsula as part of Russia.
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