Diver who helped rescue Thai soccer team is rescued himself
A British diver who helped rescue a Thai soccer team last year found himself trapped in a cave.
Sudan: Here's everything that's happened since the ousting of Omar al-Bashir
Sudan has been facing political turmoil following the ousting of president Omar al-Bashir, after three decades of power. In the few days since the fall of al-Bashir, the country has faced continued protests and a change in the head of military.
Carletonville crèche assault videos taken to threaten school, says lawyer
A case has been opened against the woman who took videos of a teacher attacking children at a Carletonville nursery school.
Google celebrates Hugh Masekela’s birthday with special doodle
Google is celebrating what would have been South African jazz legend Hugh Masekela’s 80th birthday with a special doodle.
ANC: Magashule on his ace with corruption allegations
The ANC says it will retract the statement it issued in the wake of state capture allegations levelled against party secretary-general Ace Magashule in the book titled ‘Gangster State - Unravelling Magashule's Web of Capture’.
6 Winnie Madikizela-Mandela quotes on survival
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is one of the most revered South African struggle icons. Here are some quotes on how she overcame hardships during the apartheid era.
Gangster state: What we know about the allegations against Ace Magashule
Award-winning investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s book, titled 'Gangster State - Unravelling Magashule's Web of Capture,' has made shocking allegations against ANC secretary general Ace Magashule.
What the SAHRC said about Malema's hate speech cases
The South African Human Rights Commission has found no legal basis for hate speech against EFF leader Julius Malema and one other party member. The commission received five complaints of hate speech dating back to 2016.
Oops! How does a plane land in the wrong city?
A British Airways plane flew from London to Edinburgh Scotland instead of Dusseldorf in Germany on Monday. The error was down to an incorrectly filed flight plan, leading both the pilot and cabin crew to believe the flight was bound for Edinburgh.
Cyclone Idai: A call for help
The United Nations launched an appeal for assistance overnight for the thousands of victims of cyclone Idai. Rescue missions have been under way in order to save thousands of people who are reported to be stranded in floodwaters. The three countries are some of the poorest in the region and depend heavily on foreign aid.
NZ fast tracks identification process for mosque attack victims
The process of identifying victims’ bodies was sped up in order to release them to their families for burial under Muslim law. Authorities have confirmed that the deadliest attack in New Zealand’s recent history left over 50 people dead in Christchurch on Friday.
Death toll in New Zealand mosque terror attack rises to 49
Forty-nine people died at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch when a gunman opened fire on worshippers.
Digitisation leads Standard Bank to close branches, cut jobs
The future of traditional banking in South Africa is under the spotlight after Standard Bank announced it's closing 91 branches and cutting around 1,200 jobs.
SABC receives interim financial relief
Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams announced that the SABC would receive some funding from Treasury; helping it settle debts and pay salaries for now.
Mondeor High pupil murdered on way to school
Mondeor High School pupil Kulani Mathebula (19) was attacked and stabbed while on his way to school. The exact details surrounding the crime are being investigated.
Ramaphosa & Mnangagwa get down to business at binational commission
Presidents Cyril Ramaphosa and Emmerson Mnangagwa will co-chair the third session of the meeting; the commission seeks to strengthen cooperation between Pretoria and Harare.