'I need them to rot in jail' says wife of Eastern Cape mob justice victim - video

A video showing a vicious assault on an Eastern Cape man who died as a result of his injuries has led to the arrest of 23 people.

Pacquiao manager sues Mayweather promoter, claims he tried to keep Jay Z out of boxing

Manny Pacquiao’s manager Bob Arum has filed a $100 million law suit against Floyd Mayweather’s promoter Al Haymon, claiming the promoter is “rigging” and “monopolising” the boxing industry.

Disabled man's sex-life furore

A Johannesburg father claims that his dignity has been impaired by a well-known sexologist saying that his masturbating of his disabled son was "incestuous".

SA rapper's birthday party ends tragically after man falls to his death

A birthday party for one of South Africa's well known rappers ended in tragedy after a reveller fell to his death.

Call for Christmas Day to be reviewed

The South African Law Reform Commission wants a review of all religious holidays in the country.

Posts appears on Facebook page of Jayde’s alleged killer

Either alleged hitman Sizwezakhe “Sizwe” Vumazonke is cracking jokes from his prison cell or someone else is posting on Facebook on his behalf.

SA could slip on Greece

Economists yesterday warned that the fallout from the Greek debt crisis was likely to hurt South Africa.

Google apologises for app labelling black people as 'gorillas'

Google continued to apologise Wednesday for a flaw in Google Photos, which was released to great fanfare in May, that led the new application to mistakenly label photos of black people as “gorillas.”

Wee gadget allows women to do it standing up

Growing numbers of women are standing on their own two feet when nature calls.

iSimangaliso celebrates four victories against poaching in one week

iSimangaliso Wetland Park is celebrating four successes against poachers.

'The car was flying' - Durban driver crashes through house's roof

Witnesses from the Kwamakhutha township in Durban South described how a car was flying off the road and crashed into a house earlier today‚ according to ER24 paramedics.

First principal black ballerina Misty Copeland's top 7 inspirational quotes

In honour of Misty Copeland making world history as the first black principal ballerina, we take a look at her most inspiring quotes.

New music generation celebrates Dalai Lama at 80

The Dalai Lama has long enjoyed an avid following among Western musicians and, as he turns 80, both new and veteran stars are offering songs to spread his message.

Durban July: Traffic authorities embark on road safety campaign

Road traffic authorities from a number pf provinces are to embark on a heighten road safety campaign and highly visible law enforcement on the N3 national highway this weekend targeting motorists travelling to the east coast‚ the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said on Thursday.

Drugs to the value of R315 000 confiscated in Knysna

A 33-year-old woman and 38-year-old man are to appear in the Bloemhof Magistrates' court on Friday after South African Police Service (SAPS) members‚ attached to the Knysna Police station‚ arrested them and confiscated drugs with an estimated street value of R315‚000.

Charges against Ramaphosa 'noted' says presidency

“The Presidency has noted plans by some in the political circles to lay charges against Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa‚ senior government ministers and officials following the release of the Farlam Commission Report into the Marikana tragedy‚” spokesman Ronnie Mamoepa said on Thursday.

Madibeng: Three years without water‚ three years without dignity

The Democratic Alliance (DA) said on Thursday it was “a crime against humanity” that the communities of Letlhabile‚ Jericho‚ Sunway Village and Mothotlung had been left without water for the past three years and yet were still billed for municipal services.

Durban July‚ a R440-million boost to local economy

As Durban gears up for another sell-out Vodacom Durban July on Saturday at Greyville Racecourse‚ the increasing number of out-of-province guests will help drive the economic impact of the event to more than R440-million.

EFF to open criminal cases against Ramaphosa and Lonmin

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema and the party leadership said on Thursday they would open criminal cases against Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa‚ National Police Commissioner Rhia Phiyega and Lonmin for their role in the Marikana massacre.

Greece Finance Minister to resign if referendum endorses bailout

Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis of Greece said that he would resign immediately if Greeks voting in a referendum Sunday endorse efforts to secure an international bailout deal for the country.

Smaller homes sought-after as property costs rise

The cost of running a home is impacting the property market‚ with more elderly people moving into smaller properties and fewer people selling to move into bigger houses.
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