Motshekga defends Zuma: Everybody says dumb things

ANC Women's League president and Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said people should not be so sensitive over comments about women, according to a report.

EFF to stay in red overalls or go nude: report

The EFF would go nude in the National Assembly if they were to be barred from wearing their red overalls, gumboots and maid uniforms, according to a report.

Scammed for love

Knowing things were too good to be true did not stop a Durban mother of five from being conned out of almost R700,000 by a cyber lover.

Foreign traders have an edge

Foreign business owners thriving in the townships say their South African counterparts have a lot to learn.

Khethabahle to replace Moonsamy in parliament: EFF

EFF member Vuyokazi Khethabahle will replace Magdalene Moonsamy in Parliament as an MP, party secretary general Godrich Gardee said.

Suspected looters killed in Langlaagte

Two suspected looters have been shot and killed in Langlaagte, south of Johannesburg, police said on Monday.

Most of SA won't spare a dime for JZ

If president Jacob Zuma lost his credit card and needed to borrow R100 for petrol, he may have a hard time of it.

Warm ocean melting East Antarctica's largest glacier

The largest glacier in East Antarctica, containing ice equivalent to a six-metre (20-foot) rise in global sea levels, is melting due to warm ocean water, Australian scientists said Monday.

Widows of cops killed in helicopter crash claim R9 million from police

Three women widowed by a helicopter crash which killed their policeman husbands in eMahlaleni in 2010 are seeking a default judgment worth R9 million in their claims against the police, according to a report.

Biologics' sickening cost

How much does a life cost?

Fix is in for online gaming

Casinos are betting on sarcasm to dissuade South Africans from online gambling as they attempt to protect their share of a R16.5-billion industry.

New Zealander on verge of conquering world

A New Zealander is trying to become the first person to visit all 247 of the world's countries and territories. He has 15 to go.

Why technology is the future of sex

One of the great supposed truisms of the 21st century is that technology is bad for our sex lives.

Chelsea suffer stunning upset, Barca, Real win again

The FA Cup was turned on its head as Chelsea and Manchester City were knocked out by lower-league opponents, but it was business as usual in Spain with Real Madrid and Barcelona both winning.

Spaza shop torched in Alexandra

A spaza shop was torched in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg in the early hours of Monday morning, Gauteng police said.

RiRi like you have never heard before

Rihanna, the chart-topping pop diva, has unveiled a new acoustic song in a collaboration with Beatles legend Paul McCartney.

Anti-austerity Syriza storms to historic Greek victory

Greece awoke to a new era of defiant anti-austerity Monday after voters handed a decisive victory to radical left party Syriza, putting the country on a collision course with the EU and international creditors.

21 trapped by incoming tide rescued off cove near Kogelbaai

Twenty one people trapped by an incoming tide have been rescued from a cove near Kogelbaai, between Gordons Bay and Pringle Bay on Sunday, the NSRI said.

30 Philippine police feared dead after clash with rebels

Thirty police commandoes were feared dead after Philippine security forces clashed with Muslim rebels in the south, in rare violence that tested a nearly one-year-old peace accord, officials said Monday.

More arrested in Soweto looting spree

The number of people arrested in connection with looting of foreign owned shops in Soweto has risen to 178, national police said on Sunday.

Morocco arrests alleged Algerian jihadist

Moroccan authorities have arrested an Algerian national thought to be a member of Jund al-Khilafa, a jihadist group responsible for the September beheading of a French tourist, authorities said Sunday.
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