Molefe's Gupta lesson - don't offer people SA Finance Minister job, you'll end up in Saudi Arabia

Some South Africans may be content with being known as the nation that hounded a wealthy family out of its country and closed their bank accounts‚ but Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is not.

Ramaphosa rips into food parcel election ploy - ANC‚ are you listening?

Food parcels and other state resources should not be used for political campaigning in needy communities during the local government elections‚ says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

SARS identifies South Africans in Panama Papers

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has identified the names of 1‚700 individual South African residents in the data released in the Panama Papers.

Malema calls Zuma a 'blesser'‚ says future youth will desecrate his grave

Economic Freedom Fighters' (EFF) leader Julius Malema launched a blistering attack on President Jacob Zuma - calling him a “blesser” who uses public resources to look after his four wives.

South African grade 4 pupils don't understand what they read: study

Over 50% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa do not understand what they read‚ while almost 30% are illiterate.

#DateMyFamily gay trio in spat over love affair

It has not been a happily-ever-after for the gay couple from last Sunday's Mzansi Magic's dating show Date My Family.

True Love shows true colours by 'body-shaming' Lerato

True Love magazine's frankly misogynistic decision has proven they are not here for us regular ladies, writes Pearl Boshomane

Basetsana Kumalo is ready for her day in court over botched-lipo reports

Basetsana Kumalo has opened up about suing Drum magazine for defamation and reputational damages with costs, claiming that she is doing it for everyone who's had their name tarnished by the publication.
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We burnt things in the 80s - but never schools

In the ’80s we also burnt things, but we were clear that schools never were the target, writes Themba Maseko

CONSUMER WATCH: Truth and lies - the story of a repudiated job injury claim

What a shame a shocking case study in the just-released 2015 annual report of the Ombudsman for Long Term Insurance doesn’t name any of the parties involved.

Sylvester the lion to move national parks in love match

Love is on the horizon for a male lion who will be relocated from his Karoo national park home to the Eastern Cape‚ after escaping twice.

Cars and cops bedevil Jacob Zuma - as police are called in over blue light accident and cop budget buys cars for wives

Police are investigating the circumstances around a collision between a woman driver and President Jacob Zuma's blue light convoy near Umhlanga in Durban.

Sbu Ndebele high commissioner to Australia recalled over fraud charges

Sbu Ndebele‚ the former transport minister who is facing accusations of fraud and corruption‚ has been recalled from Australia.

Two hospitalised after Zuma's convoy involved in head-on collision

One of President Jacob Zuma's bodyguards was injured in a blue light brigade collision outside Umhlanga in Durban.

Alleged ANC man shoots EFF marshal in the leg during Malema rally

Mpumalanga police are investigating a case of attempted murder following a shooting incident in which an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) member sustained an injury to his leg while attending a Julius Malema election campaign in Nkomazi.

Zuma pledges South Africa's friendship to Palestine's Abbas

Ties between the South African government and Palestine have been strengthened following a meeting by President Jacob Zuma and his counterpart‚ Mahmoud Abbas.

Promise of new houses after Hammanskraal evictions are suspended

The City of Tshwane has suspended its evictions in Hammanskraal following an intervention by Gauteng Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs and Human Settlements MEC‚ Paul Mashatile.

SARS identifies South Africans in Panama Papers

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has identified the names of 1‚700 individual South African residents in the data released in the Panama Papers.

Lipstick love: 5 tips to get the best look this autumn

Here's an easy step-by-step guide to achieve autumn's trend of bold, dark lips

Thank Africa for these great achievements

Some of the world’s greatest inventions and achievements that make life a little easier were accomplished by Africans. As we celebrate Africa Day‚ here are a few standouts we've picked...

Gay community up in arms over Bonang Matheba's Uganda gig

Bonang Matheba is on the receiving end of backlash by the gay community, who are claiming that she should not have accepted her recent Uganda gig due to the country's current gay laws.