SA triathlete wins bronze at Commonwealth
Richard Murray has won the first medal for South Africa at the Glasgow games.
Police deny using live ammo against EFF
An eNCA report quoted police spokesperson Lungelo Dlamini as saying live ammunition was used.
Amplats CEO defends mines sales
Chris Griffith says the decision was made before the strike, adding that the mines still have potential.
MH17 'in case it goes missing' joke goes viral
A Dutchman believed to have died on Flight MH17 posted a uncanny joke about the plane shortly before.
Tensions rise following Ukraine plane crash
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine at Torez, near Shakhtersk.
Ramphele’s fleeting flirtation with power
EWN takes a look at the rise and fall of the Agang SA leader.
The lighter side of the 2014 World Cup
The internet has seen an explosion of tweets and memes aimed at creating a few laughs.
Rand skims 3-month low on ratings news
Two ratings agencies revealed major doubts around the South African economy on Friday.
Strike talks to continue, deal ‘imminent’
Amcu leader Joseph Mathunjwa says he wants to meet with mine bosses to discuss the latest deal.
Strike impasse: ‘Sweeping changes needed'
The Minister of Mineral Resources says government needs greater powers to end damaging strikes.
Strike: Talks deadlock, Ramatlhodi out
Mine bosses have thanked the minister for his help but again failed to reach an agreement with Amcu.
Keeping animals safe in the cold
The NCSPCA says animal owners should take extra care of pets and livestock during the cold spell.
Youth unemployment rate at 36.1%
Statistics South Africa says the rate has worsened by 3.4 percent since 2008.
Massive Numsa strike ‘inevitable’
More than 200,000 union members are prepared to down tools by next month.
New finance minister ‘quite confident’
Nhlanhla Nene told Talk Radio 702 there’s no need for panic about the struggling economy.
Poet Maya Angelou (86) passes away
The author has been described by her family as a warrior for equality, tolerance and peace.
NUM tells members: Defend your lives
The union made the call following the apparent petrol bombing of two homes belonging to its members.
Vodacom prepares to challenge Telkom
With its acquisition of Neotel, the company is setting its sights on the fixed-line market leader.