Holomisa wants Dan Matjila investigated over alleged VBS loan
Former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CEO Dan Matjila has been accused by UDM leader Bantu Holomisa of receiving a R2.5 million loan from VBS Mutual Bank.
Malema: We still believe Riotous Assemblies Act is unconstitutional
EFF leader Julius Malema said the party would approach the Constitutional Court after their matter to declare Riotous Assemblies Act unconstitutional was dismissed in the Pretoria High Court.
KAYLEEN MORGAN: Hey, Afropunk! Try taking some tips from Basha Uhuru
Kayleen Morgan has been at too many international festivals that haven't met her high South African standards. And it's about time they did.
MKMVA: FW De Klerk gets treated better than those who fought apartheid
Members of the Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) marched to the headquarters of the ANC on 01 July, calling for better treatment. The veterans handed over a memorandum, requesting a meeting with the NEC within 14 days.
Bonang adds film producer to list of accomplishments
Bonang Matheba is now a producer after premiering her first movie 'The Public Figure' in South Africa. Director Brian Corso says the movie looks at the psychological effects of everyday social media use and how influencers deal with fame, money, hate and obsession.
We don’t have to be American, we’re global - SA rappers
South African hip hop artists, who were part of the Castle Lite Unlocks concert, say they are on the same level as international stars and the narrative of hip hop in the country is changing because Africa has its own flavour.
Sneak peek: A magic ice festival
With the school holidays upon us and winter slowly creeping in, here's a sneak peek into a winter wonderland with Disney's favourite characters on ice in Johannesburg.
Marriage fraud victim gets her identity back
Nomathamsanqa Swartbooi finally has her identity back after being a victim of marriage fraud for the past 14 years. She collected her new smart card ID at the Johannesburg Department of Home Affairs and will return to apply for her son's birth certificate next week.
'I am mad' - Mothers of children who died from rat poison want arrests
The mothers of the two children who died after apparently ingesting rat poison a month ago at an illegally run preschool in Westdene say they want arrests.
Lawyer number 6 drops convicted racist Vicky Momberg
Vicki Momberg has lost yet another legal representative in the case against her. Momberg’s lawyers, who were representing her pro bono, have told the court that there had been a breakdown in the client-lawyer relationship and they could no longer represent her.
'I am Zola Budd’ - Domestic worker takes on the people’s marathon
42-year-old Sindy Magede has been running to and from work for several years as a stress reliever. She has since competed in long-distance marathons and is set to take on the comrades popularly known as the ‘people’s race’ for the third time this year.
Thierry Henry: Playing with Bafana was my beginning and end
Football legend Thierry Henry is in SA to share the experience of the Uefa Champions League with South African fans. He spoke to EWN Sport about the past season but remained tight-lipped about who he wants to win.
Mr President, why did you remove Panyaza Lesufi from education?
In response to a question from a schoolgirl, Cyril Ramaphosa said: “We applaud him and are delighted with Panyaza, but let’s allow him to do specialised work in the finance sector where he’ll do very good work.”
GALLERY: New Cabinet sworn in
New members of Cabinet were sworn in by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng at the Sefako Makgatho presidential guesthouse in Pretoria.
GALLERY: New Cabinet members arrive for swearing-in
It was smiles all round as new members of Cabinet arrived at the Sefako Makgatho presidential guesthouse in Pretoria.
Saray Khumalo: 'Being on top of the world will live with me forever'
South African mountaineer and first black African woman to summit Mount Everest Saray Khumalo, who returned home to a hero's welcome at OR Tambo International Airport on Monday, said she didn't know the whole nation was with her.
Mlambo-Ngcuka: Men are the ‘most vicious’ when it comes to women’s bodies
Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN under-secretary-general and executive director of UN Women as well as former deputy president of South Africa, is frustrated about the IAAF’s ruling against Caster Semenya. She explains to the 702 African State of Mind podcast why men “need to leave women and their bodies”.
Mlambo-Ngcuka: The women’s ministry can succeed with the right leader
Former SA deputy president Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, who's the current UN under-secretary-general and executive director of UN Women, has some advice for president-elect Cyril Ramaphosa in the 702 African State of Mind podcast.