Dagga joints 'smoked'

A family has allegedly been running a massive, carefully hidden, internationally linked hydroponic dagga enterprise in Gauteng.

Bonang swears at blogger for calling her a 'rent a black' and puppet

Bonang Matheba has broken her own 'no response to criticism' rule to react to a blogger who said she was merely being used as a 'rent a black' and puppet to up publicity for Glamour magazine after they placed her on the cover.

Black Friday may be followed by blackout Saturday, Sunday: Eskom

Eskom is urging South Africans to switch off geysers, pool pumps and all non-essential appliances as the power supply will be constrained this weekend.

Pinetown killer truck driver could be out in six years

Swazi national Sanele Goodness May, whose truck ploughed into six vehicles at a busy Durban intersection killing 24 people last year, will spend the next eight years and 10 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to 31 charges in the Durban High Court on Friday.

U can say what u think & we can nail u, racistboy: Missing tells Hofmeyr

Chester Missing is revelling in his court win against musician Steve Hofmeyr, taking to his Twitter timeline to mock and comment on tweets sent by Hofmeyr and his followers.

No burning of 'impepho' for Zuma's wife as she becomes a born again Christian

Nompumelelo Ntuli Zuma has apparently turned to Christianity, and shied away from the cultural and traditional beliefs she used to engage in.

ANC welcomes suspension of EFF MPs

The ANC has welcomed the suspension of EFF MPs from Parliament without salary.

Juju to fight suspensions

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Malema and 19 of his MPs have vowed to continue defying parliament, telling presiding officers and the ruling party that losing their salaries for a month will not silence them.

Oh, what a wonderful year in parly ...

Parliament has never had so much prime time TV coverage. Gone are the days of dry debate, and everyone simply calling each other "honourable".

Sad life of toddler sold for R100

The love and care that Jamie Faith Naidoo received when a policewoman breastfed her and hospital patients cooed over her were rare in her short life.

Hearse carrying body hijacked at funeral

An Australian family Friday spoke of their shock after a man jumped out of bushes and drove off in a hearse carrying the body of a relative just before his funeral.

Suspension notices, fines sent to EFF: Parliament

Letters of suspension and notices of fines have been sent to several Economic Freedom Fighters MPs, Parliament said on Friday.

No guns-for-bodies trade with Nigeria: government

The Mail&Guardian has defended its report that Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe promised Nigeria weapons in exchange for the repatriation of the bodies of those killed in a building collapse in Lagos.

Justice4Anni Facebook group wants Dewani judge recused

A petition was launched on Friday to have the Western Cape High Court judge in British businessman Shrien Dewani's trial recused because of her "biased conduct".

SA franchise players pay tribute to Hughes

Players from the six franchise teams involved in Friday's Ram Slam T20 Challenge matches will pay tribute to Australian cricketer, Phillip Hughes by wearing black armbands.

Ferguson cop who killed unarmed teen leaves force

The Missouri police officer who killed an unarmed black teen sparking months of protests in the city of Ferguson will never return to policing, his lawyer said.

Ailing Pele improving but still on dialysis: hospital

Brazil football legend Pele's health is improving but he is still receiving an intensive treatment known as hemodialysis for a urinary infection, the hospital treating him said Friday.

Massachusetts University cuts all ties to Bill Cosby

The University of Massachusetts-Amherst has cut ties with alumnus Bill Cosby amid allegations by women accusing him of sexual assault.

Hougaard, Hendricks nominated for IRPA Try of the Year

South Africa's Francois Hougaard and Cornal Hendricks were on Friday named among the five nominees for the International Rugby Players' Association (IRPA) Try of the Year.

Big drop in petrol price announced

The price of all grades of petrol will drop next week, the energy department said.

Zimbabwe's baby elephants getting sold to China zoos: activists

Animals are getting stolen from Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, and are ending up in China's zoos according to The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force.
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