Unrepentant Motsoeneng says he'll reapply for SABC COO job‚ Madonsela warns of stern action if he gets it

An unapologetic Hlaudi Motsoeneng says he is a much-loved champion of transformation and will reapply for the job of chief operations officer (COO) of the state broadcaster when it is advertised‚ despite the scandal about him lying to get the job in the first place.

Tech gremlins add another delay to farcical Tshwane council meeting

Almost eight hours after the Tshwane council meeting was supposed to start‚ not a single item on the agenda had been processed.

WATCH: Hlaudi Motsoeneng according to Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Hlaudi Motsoeneng really likes speaking about himself in the third person…

MEC Pemmy Majodina orders a maskandi artist to withdraw a song which accuses her of corruption

Eastern Cape Arts and Culture MEC, Pemmy Majodina, has reportedly given an order to veteran maskandi artist Mzwanele Jackson Ntoyakhe - widely known as Khethabahle - to "delete" a controversial song levelling strong corruption accusations against her.

Fees protest ripples reach beyond varsities

Student protests have seen classes suspended at various universities across South Africa.

DA‚ media 'destabilising' SABC‚ says board chair

The chairperson of the SABC board‚ Professor Mbulaheni Maguvhe‚ has accused some members of society and the Democratic Alliance of destabilising the public broadcaster with their interference.

Revealed: The story behind that Shoprite wedding picture

A couple who was photographed at a Shoprite store on their wedding day in a picture that went viral on social media wanted to share their special moment with colleagues‚ the supermarket group said.

Gwede Mantashe tries to allay investor fears

The ANC's losses at the polls during the local government elections were not due to service delivery issues but a "trust deficit" which should be addressed by "any changes" in the party's leadership at next year's elective conference‚ says the party's secretary general Gwede Mantashe.

SABC and Motsoeneng not off the hook yet‚ says Thuli Madonsela

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela says former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng's appointment to his old gig at the public broadcaster would be scrutinised by her office.

Students light candles and say a prayer for 11 arrested students

University of KwaZulu-Natal students and staff bowed their heads as a theology student recited the universal prayer on Tuesday afternoon.

WATCH: ANC councillors tussle with Tshwane metro police

Tshwane Metro Police were called into the council's chambers after a verbal clash between African National Congress and Democratic Alliance councillors threatened to turn violent.
No crisis at SABC � Motsoeneng

Hlaudi Motsoeneng stays at SABC, can apply for his old position

Hlaudi Motsoeneng remains an employee of the South African Broadcasting Corporation and will be going back to position of group executive of corporate affairs, SABC CEO James Aguma said on Tuesday.

Khayelitsha family's R12‚000 Eskom bill to be reduced as Public Protector reverses tampering fee

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has offered a Khayelitsha family some relief when she found that Eskom's behaviour was improper when it disconnected the Khumalos' electricity.

Nigerian lawmakers to probe 'illegal' MTN transfer of $13.9 bln

Lawmakers in the upper house of Nigeria's parliament agreed on Tuesday to investigate an allegation that MTN illegally transferred $13.92 billion out of the West African country.

Stop childish games and let me do my job‚ pleads Madonsela

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has appealed to her detractors to "stop childish games" and let her do her work.

Clinton energised after Trump debate

Hillary Clinton stormed back onto the campaign trail Tuesday energised by her performance in her first debate against Donald Trump, who threatened to "hit her harder" in the final stretch of the White House race.

Boland director of rugby Zondagh quits citing 'excessive interference'

Boland’s director of rugby Alan Zondagh has parted ways with the union just days before their final match in the Currie Cup premier division against neighbours Western Province.

Cinderella: fairy tale or feminist nightmare?

Shanthini Naidoo asks if the traditional ballet has a place in a non-patriarchal society
T20 Big Bash League Portrait Session

Usman Khawaja smashes Oz to victory with 19.5 overs to spare against Ireland

Two weeks ago Usman Khawaja wasn’t part of the Australian squad to tour South Africa‚ but on Tuesday he smashed his team to victory in their one-day international against Ireland.

Don't drink the tap water‚ Richards Bay residents warned

Residents of large parts of Richards Bay have been warned not to drink the tap water after manganese was detected.

The only criticism that spurs on the Boks is their own: Proudfoot

South Africans are entitled to their opinions‚ but the only criticism that will spur the Springboks on is from within the team‚ Bok assistant coach Matt Proudfoot said.

Bid to evict Exclusive Books from OR Tambo airport fails

Exclusive Books will remain at the OR Tambo International Airport.

Black Coffee and Cassper Nyovest in the running for Best African Act at the 2016 MTV EMAs

Top local acts Cassper Nyovest and Black Coffee have been nominated for the Best African Act at the 2016 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs).

Eskom electricity theft ad too extreme for kids

The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASA) has ordered Eskom to withdraw a television advertisement that depicts a screaming‚ severely burnt man after trying the steal electricity.

Lucky escape for 15 children as driver forgets to engage handbrake

Fifteen children were injured on Tuesday afternoon after a bakkie transporting them veered out of control off the R56 in Shepstone Farm near Thornville in KwaZulu-Natal. Fortunately‚ their injuries were classified by paramedics as minor to moderate.

Mark Alexander to be next SA Rugby president

Current SA Rugby deputy president Mark Alexander is set to succeed Oregan Hoskins as president of the organisation next month.

31 state properties to be sold at auction in October: Gauteng premier

Thirty one residential properties owned by the Gauteng government‚ including the premier’s official residence‚ will be sold at auction next month‚ Gauteng Premier David Makhura announced on Tuesday.

Ali Bongo sworn in as Gabon president after disputed win

Ali Bongo was sworn in as Gabon's president after the country's top court controversially validated his fiercely contested election win, taking his family's reign over the oil-rich country into a fifth decade.

Thomas Gumede returns as the host of Mzansi Magic's Love Back season 4

Great news Love Back fans! The Mzansi Magic hit reality show is returning to the small screen with a new host, for a new season.

Table Mountain cableway hit by pay strike

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC) will reduce its hours of operation due to expected strike action by staff from Wednesday.

Kagiso Modupe pays special tribute to bae

Actor Kagiso Modupe is a romantic, y'all. If you thought he wasn't about special public announcement for bae, then think again.