Metro FM apologises for Twitter poll on Zozibini Tunzi
During Metro FM's The Wkndr Show, a poll asked for people's opinions on the new Miss South Africa. But it was not well-received.
Zozibini Tunzi crowned Miss SA 2019
Zozibini Tunzi has been crowned Miss South Africa 2019.
Basetsana Kumalo to release memoir in October
Basetsana Kumalo's memoir is titled 'Bassie: My Journey of Hope' and is being published by Penguin Books.
Cell C addressing customer complaint over male worker who sent unsolicited texts
While there are arguments on Twitter over whether this constitutes harassment and an invasion of privacy, Cell C said it sees the incident in a very serious light and has contacted Felicity Chauke.
Somerset West school on 'Nazi' salute pic: Learners didn't intend to offend
On Wednesday morning, Alastair Hendricks tweeted a screenshot of Somerset West Private School's website depicting three matric learners doing what looked like a Nazi salute.
Checkers apologises for 'quota squad' Boks cake displayed in CT store
The Springboks cake had the words 'Quota Squad' written on it at the bottom of the official emblem.
5 key times Jacob Zuma's been implicated in state capture at Zondo commission
Former President Jacob Zuma has been named as a key central figure in a number of scandals that have played out over some years as a result of his allegedly close links to the controversial Gupta family.
'We will repeat what we did before': Malema on EFF disrupting Gordhan in Parly
On Thursday afternoon, EFF members of Parliament were violently kicked out of Minister Pravin Gordhan's Public Enterprises budget vote by security officials.
EFF MPs thrown out of Gordhan's budget vote after disrupting speech
A commotion broke out when EFF MPs disrupted Pravin Gordhan saying he should not be allowed to address MPs as he is a 'constitutional delinquent'
DJ Fresh off to a 'new chapter' after being axed by SABC
On Tuesday afternoon, DJ Fresh tweeted what he called his final statement on the matter, revealing that he would be moving onto a new show and 'new chapter' on 1 August.
'We’re not going to fix it' - Lesufi on torched Katlehong school
Sections of Katlehong Primary School were burnt, allegedly during a protest over lack of electricity.
CoCT: Fines for homeless people set by Justice Dept, not the city
The City of Cape Town in a statement said the by-law was promulgated in 2007 and that the fines were set by the Department of Justice, not the city.
'We have wealth in our cultures': Sho Madjozi comes home after winning BET Award
Sho Madjozi won the BET Best New International Act at the 2019 BET Awards in Los Angeles last week.
Rhodes University welcomes its first black female deputy vice-chancellor
Dr Mabokang Monnapula-Mapesela replaces the Rhodes' previous deputy vice-chancellor Dr Chrissie Boughey who retired at the end of June.
Study: Average salary in SA is R6,400 & it's not enough to live on
Retail was the biggest employer of people in the country, but it also happened to be the most exploitative industry with 40% of workers earning below minimum wage.
FNB clarifies 'mystery money' in customers' accounts
Customers took to social media on Tuesday to share that they'd gotten various amounts of money ranging from hundreds to a few thousand in their accounts that they didn't know the origins of.
It's about time! Chicken Licken flies into Uber Eats delivery
An announcement was finally made on Tuesday morning via the Chicken Licken Twitter account and fans were ecstatic.
Malema: June 1976 struggle not only about Afrikaans, but to liberate the mind
Julius Malema delivered his party's June 16 lecture at the University of Fort Hare on Sunday to celebrate Youth Day which commemorates the Soweto Uprisings of 1976.