Gavin Watson: From the farm to being ‘exposed’ at Zondo inquiry
After 1994, the Watson brothers immersed themselves in business and the now late brother started Bosasa.
Agrizzi ‘saddened’ by Watson’s death
Bosasa boss Gavin Watson died in a car crash in Johannesburg on Monday morning.
Maternal health a concern as South Sudan crisis deepens
About 3,400 South Sudanese refugees are temporarily accommodated at the Nyumanzi Refugee Transit Point.
South Sudan refugee: Intimidation by soldiers has become unbearable
Kevin Foni was 8 months pregnant when she fled the violence in South Sudan by foot.
'Without peace we cannot return to Sudan'
A woman says she’s heartbroken after being separated from her husband by the conflict in her country.
Sudanese man shares tale of fear, violence in his country
Emmanuel Malesh says if history is anything to go by, there will never be peace in South Sudan.
Psychological scars & hopelessness for South Sudanese refugees
An elderly South Sudanese woman and a man open up about recent political violence in their country.
At least 12 hurt in a multi-vehicle pileup in Midrand
It’s understood at least two trucks and nine vehicles collided with each other.
Fedusa throws its weight behind fuel sector strike
About 15,000 Ceppwawu members downed tools last week demanding a nine percent wage hike.
ANC, DA both bullish on Nelson Mandela Bay battle
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says there’s no way the ANC can maintain control of the municipality.
ANC says the dynamic of elections has changed
The latest election results show the ANC has lost some support in the Johannesburg & Tshwane metros.
Despite claims ANC had 'taken Nkandla', IFP now leading with 56,65% of the vote
Earlier, the ANC claimed that it had wrestled the Nkandla Municipality away from the IFP.
Tembisa residents hope their votes will bring them houses
A tornado ripped through parts of Tembisa last week, leaving at least 20 people injured & over 400 homeless.
Fuel production strike enters sixth day
Some petrol stations in Gauteng have run dry as close to 15,000 Ceppwawu members have downed tools.
Political leaders queue up to make their mark
Like many other South Africans today, political leaders have joined queues to cast their votes.
‘SA citizens know the ANC is the only party that fought for them’
Baleka Mbete says during campaigning, South Africans expressed their confidence and trust in the ANC.
SABC: Protest footage decision won't impact factual reporting
The SABC has provided its reasons for the recent controversial decision not to show violent demonstrations.
Moody’s changes UK’s credit outlook to 'negative' after Brexit vote
The ratings agency says the UK's exit from the European Union could hurt its economic prospects.