Five SACP leaders suspended in party's probe of Tshwane violence

Five South African Communist Party (SACP) leaders in Tshwane‚ including one Young Communist League (YCL) member‚ have been suspended for their alleged involvement in the outbreak of violent riots in the city this past week.

AKA responds to 'shading' Black Coffee at BET Awards

Black Coffee last night walked away with South Africa's first ever BET Award in the category: Best International Act - Africa.

‘Racist’ guest house owner agrees to debate on Bible

The controversial ‘racist’ owner of the Sodwana Bay Guest House who has been widely condemned for refusing to accommodate blacks at his establishment‚ Andre Slade‚ has agreed to a radio debate on whether the Bible promotes racism.

Millions 'stolen' in illegal chrome rush

An elaborate illegal chrome-mining operation in rural Limpopo has shipped out chrome worth millions of rand, with the blessing of local headmen - and the government is powerless to stop the plunder.

DJ Black Coffee gets a shout-out from the ‘pres’

South African DJ and music producer DJ Black Coffee has got a shout-out from President Jacob Zuma.

Changing the guard: New dawn for Amakhosi

Ramahlwe Mphahlele will headline the list of new signings Kaizer Chiefs will parade at a press conference at the club's Naturena Village headquarters tomorrow.

Bootylicious! Thando Thabethe flaunts that bum

5FM DJ Thando Thabethe was in Zanzibar recently and decided to give us a glimpse of her bum.

SABC must broadcast both good and bad news‚ says SACP

The South African Communist Party (SABC) has called on SABC bosses to reverse their draconian editorial policy‚ to refrain from changing policies without proper public consultation given that the SABC is a public broadcaster‚ and to respect workers' rights.

AKA on Bonang: I've already won life

AKA and Bonang Matheba are all about supporting each other's achievements. So when B revealed that she was Marie Claire's July cover star, her bae couldn't stop gushing.

NMMU probing alleged attack on SRC president

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) is investigating allegations that SRC president Nicholas Nyati was attacked by SASCO members on campus last Monday.

Battle of the abs: Andile Ncube vs Atandwa Kani

Just because we're in the middle of winter, doesn't mean that you have to cover up. Just ask Andile Ncube and Atandwa Kani.

A struggle to wrest democracy from the leash of party bosses

Chickens are coming home to roost. That may seem a heartless thing to say in light of the most depressing events we've witnessed. But it's true.

This is how it happened according to Oscar

This is how double amputee and paralympian Oscar Pistorius described the fatal shooting of Reeva Steenkamp in an exclusive interview with Britain’s ITV that was rescreened on M-Net’s Carte Blanche show on Friday night.

UK Labour leader under pressure after MPs quit

The future of opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn looked shaky on Sunday after two members of his top team quit and others seemed set to follow over his handling of Britain's EU referendum.

Bafana Bafana rule the roost after winning Cosafa Cup

Gift Motupa scored two penalties to spare the blushes of goalkeeper Reyaad Pieterse as South Africa defeated Botswana 3-2 in the final of the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday.

'Joy Matshoge's final hours spent helping farmers'

Limpopo Agriculture MEC Joy Matshoge spent some of her final hours listening to the grievances of farmers. Provincial government spokesperson Phuti Seloba said this was a sign of Matshoge's dedication and commitment‚ when he confirmed her death on Sunday morning.

COPE members attacked by alleged ANC members in North West

Congress of the People (COPE) said on Sunday that some of its members had been attacked by alleged ANC members while campaigning in North West.

DA wants answers on SANDF chief’s R500k jaunt

The Democratic Alliance wants answers from Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula regarding the costs and purpose of the trip undertaken by Chief of the SANDF‚ General Solly Shoke‚ along with his wife and three other military officials to Paris and subsequently Cuba.

70% of prisoners are ‘young people’: Minister Masutha

Nearly seven out of 10 prisoners in South Africa are under the age of 35‚ Justice Minister Michael Masutha revealed this weekend.

Hyena attacks sleeping Kruger camper

A teenager camping at the Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp at Kruger National Park was attacked by a hyena early on Sunday.

Blame black board for the white guy

When Phuthuma Nhleko kicked off his second coming at MTN in November last year, he was clear about what he hoped to achieve as executive chairman.