Three of Zuma's children in hospital after accident

Three of President Jacob Zuma's children and a cousin are in hospital following an accident in Pietermaritzburg on Friday, the presidency said.

R40 million for a house next to Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Shaun Pollock

A mere R35-million is all you need if you want to live in one of the country's most expensive neighbourhoods.

On the front lines with Hout Bay heroes battling the Cape blaze - with video: iLIVE

My name is Peter Anderson, I am a resident in Tierboskloof estate, Hout Bay.

'You shall learn to trillion check your facts' Minnie Dlamini tells media

After a weekly magazine ran with a cover story detailing Minnie Dlamini's apparent dire financial situation, the TV presenter is reportedly intent on taking them to task for the claims.

Malema, Madonsela, Mathunjwa, Mazibuko dismiss spy claims

Spy claims against Thuli Madonsela, Julius Malema, Lindiwe Mazibuko, and Joseph Mathunjwa were dismissed as rubbish, according to their comments published on Friday.

Kid for sale - R300

For about R300 you can buy an African child - one of the tens of thousands of children snatched from their homes across the continent by terrorist groups.

JZ blows the BEE horn

President Jacob Zuma took a swipe yesterday at critics who call black economic empowerment "reverse racism", saying more needed to be done to correct economic damage of the apartheid past.

Zephany's parents forgave her 'mom'

The parents of Cape Town teenager Zephany Nurse, who was stolen as an infant, have spoken out about the woman who allegedly abducted their child almost 18 years ago.

Young women poised to storm corporate world

Women aged 20 to 35 are more ambitious and more confident than older women, and they want to scale the career ladder.

Good times are coming for Zimbabweans: Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe says the "good times are coming" for Zimbabweans even as he lamented civil servants' low pay and revealed he earns about US12,000 (about R142,000) a month, it was reported on Friday.

Mob raids jail, kidnaps alleged rapist then beats him to death

This is the shocking moment a violent mob broke into an Indian prison and kidnapped an alleged rapist before stripping him naked and beating him to death in front of a jeering crowd.

Saying grace goes wrong as man burns self on sizzling fajita skillet

A man sued Applebee's after he burnt himself saying grace over a sizzling steak fajita skillet.

Police use stun grenades on protesting Western Cape pupils

Police used stun grenades to disperse a crowd of protesting school pupils outside the Western Cape education department's offices on Friday, they confirmed.

Pollock sees South Africa v Australia World Cup final

Former South African great Shaun Pollock Friday predicted the Proteas would win a first World Cup by beating Australia in the final, helping to make-up for his own personal setbacks against the four-time champions.

Pravin Gordhan rubbishes opposition claims on demarcation

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Pravin Gordhan lambasted opposition parties for suggesting that the ANC is calling for demarcation of some municipalities for political reasons, adding that "anyone who thinks so is talking absolute nonsense."

'It's payback time', says Pirates coach Tinkler

Payback for the last Soweto derby, earning points to finish as a high as possible, and keeping the Absa Premiership title race alive is Orlando Pirates' three-pronged motivation package to beat Kaizer Chiefs at Soccer City tomorrow.

Top Qaeda leader, commanders reported killed in Syria

The military chief and several top commanders of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Al-Nusra Front have been reported killed in northwestern Syria, where the jihadist militia has been making major gains in recent months.

Babbage, father of computers, tried to summon the devil

Charles Babbage, one of the fathers of computing, tried to summon the devil in order to prove God existed.

Lessons learnt as MH370 hunt marks one year

The hunt for Flight MH370 has failed to turn up any debris, but its unprecedented scale in one of the world's remotest locations has provided valuable lessons for future search and rescue missions.

Indian city under curfew after mob lynches rape suspect

Authorities in a northeastern Indian city said Friday they had imposed a round-the-clock curfew, a day after a rape suspect was pulled out of jail and lynched by a mob and another man was killed in the subsequent police firing.

Albino killers sentenced to death in Tanzania

A court in Tanzania has sentenced four people to death for the murder of an albino woman who was killed so her hacked-off limbs could be used in magic, officials said Friday.
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