Petrol price increases by 96 cents per litre on Wednesday

The price of petrol, diesel, paraffin and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) will increase next week, the energy department said.

Court rules in favour of planned EFF KwaZulu-Natal Assembly

The High Court in Durban has ruled in favour of the EFF's provincial people's assembly (PPA) taking place over the weekend, the party said.

Two arrested for possession of explosives, detonators and a signal jamming device in Khayelitsha

Two men allegedly found in possession of explosives were arrested in Khayelitsha on Friday, said Cape Town police.

Hitman turns state witness, sisters get 35-years jail time for murder

Two sisters have been sentenced to 20 and 15 years respectively for the murder of Mduduzi Njoko in Umlazi in 2012, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Saturday.

Bobbi Kristina Brown still in coma, attempts to take her off medication resulted in seizures

Bobbi Kristina Brown is still in a coma, after suffering seizures when doctors attempted to take her off some medications.

Russian opposition leader Nemtsov killed in drive-by shooting

Western leaders condemned the drive-by shooting of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, a fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin, as he was walking across a bridge near the Kremlin.

My successor 'may not be a vice president': Mugabe

Longtime president Robert Mugabe has insisted he will "never" choose a successor, while hinting that the person who takes his place may not be one of Zimbabwe's two vice presidents.

Lesotho voters hoping to restore stability after coup attempt

The people of the southern African mountain kingdom of Lesotho began voting on Saturday in early parliamentary elections aimed at restoring stability following a coup attempt.

Two injured in Irene plane crash

Two people were injured when a light aircraft crashed near Nellmapius Road in Irene, south of Pretoria on Friday night, paramedics said.

Leonard Nimoy, known as Mr Spock explorer of other worlds dies at 83

Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely logical human-alien first officer of the Starship Enterprise in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died Friday at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He was 83.

US appeals court says Boston bomber trial can stay in city

A US appeals court on ruled the trial for the accused Boston Marathon bomber can go ahead in the city, over attempts from his attorneys to change the venue on the basis an impartial jury could not be seated so close to the site of the 2013 attack.

Cancer is a major problem for women in Africa: Zuma

Cancer is emerging as a major public health problem, not only in South Africa, but in Africa as a whole, President Jacob Zuma said.

Eight injured in Gauteng wall collapse

Eight men were injured, six of them seriously, when a wall collapsed on them in Kowie Road, Boskruin, Randburg, on Saturday morning, paramedics said.

Cape Town highway reopened after protests

The R300 and N2 highways in Cape Town were reopened on Saturday afternoon following a brief protest, the Western Cape Traffic department said.

Bundesliga match will go ahead despite police warning against extremists

Werder Bremen's Bundesliga match with Wolfsburg is to go ahead as planned Sunday despite Bremen police warning of danger posed by Islamic extremists in the city.

Afghan mafia boss executed by hanging

Afghanistan's most notorious mafia chief was hanged after five months of detention in Kabul, the country's intelligence agency said.

Moscow permits march in memory of slain opposition leader

Moscow city authorities on Saturday gave permission for opposition leaders to hold a march in memory of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, after they cancelled a planned protest rally.

Thousands protest Boko Haram, support army in Cameroon

Thousands of people marched in Cameroon's capital to protest against Nigeria's Boko Haram insurgency and support the Central African nation's army, which is fighting alongside regional neighbours to defeat the Islamist group.

Brumbies hold on to beat Rebels 20-15

The ACT Brumbies held on to beat the Rebels 20-15 in an all-Australian Super Rugby derby.

Thembelihle quiet overnight: SAPS

The mood in Thembelihle on Saturday morning was quiet, following a week of chaos and unrest, Gauteng police said.

US Drone raid kills three Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen

A drone strike killed three Al-Qaeda militants in Yemen, a tribal source said, in a region where the United States is the only country operating the unmanned aircraft.
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