Some of the femicide cases that made headlines in 2019
Statistics show that every three hours, a woman is killed in South Africa. This is five times the world average.
Mnangagwa meets with opposition leaders, excluding MDC’s Chamisa
The meeting took place at Mnangagwa's farm in central Zimbabwe on Sunday, fuelling criticism that negotiations are one-sided.
Post Office hasn’t been profitable in about 13 years – MPs told
Earlier this year, the Post Office received a R1.5 billion 'public service mandate' or grant from National Treasury.
Here we go again: Eskom to implement stage 2 load shedding
It said it had been working hard to avoid load shedding and urged South African to continue using electricity sparingly.
South Africans gave us reasons to win - says Kolisi
Springboks captain Siya Kolisi said coach Rassie Erasmus motivated them throughout the tournament and the support from South Africans fuelled their drive.
Murdered Janika Mello (14) to be buried tomorrow
The 14-year-old girl's body was found in her grandmother's backyard in Heinz Park, Cape Town, about two weeks ago.
WINNIE THELETSANE: Searching for a dead woman's picture - a journo's predicament
Being a journalist is a harrowing job and sometimes needs a cold heart to deal with stories of murders and rapes. Winnie Theletsane lifts the lid on the job in the wake of the anger and grief of this week's protests against gender-based violence.
What to expect from Soweto International Jazz Festival
Soweto Theatre’s general manager Nomsa Mazwai says the festival from 14 to 17 June will showcase the township’s valuable contribution to the arts, economy and job creation.
Rhodes forges ahead with exams amid protests
A timetable on Rhodes University’s website has the first exam paper scheduled for Monday at 8am.
#FeesMustFall: Violence erupts at UKZN
Students are singing and chanting across the Westville campus and have overturned a security company car.
Skhumba apologises for body-shaming bare-breasted #FeesMustFalls protesters
The comedian made fun of the female students, saying they showed off their 'saggy breasts and silver stripes’.
AKA’s manager lays charges against Black Coffee
Black Coffee slapped Tshiamo Letswene at the DSTV iRock Festival in Limpopo on Saturday.
Black Coffee apologises for slapping AKA’s manager
Last night, the DJ paused his set at KONG nightclub and apologised for Saturday's incident.
AKA decides to be ‘mature’ after challenging Black Coffee to a showdown
AKA dared Black Coffee to try landing that hot slap on him, after the DJ slapped the hip-hop artist’s manager.
Tweeps in stitches as Julius Malema unveils #DuduMyeniZuma
Julius Malema says the EFF is concerned about the legitimacy of 'Dudu Myeni-Zuma' being SAA's chair.
Reports: Chris Brown in a standoff with police
It’s understood the artist pulled a gun on a woman who then called the police.
South Africans still enjoying #SemenyaSunday
It’s ‘easy like Sunday morning’ and Caster Semenya is ‘a girl from Moletji living her life like it’s golden’.
Semenya urges fans to not miss out on Olympics final
Caster Semenya will run alongside seven other female athletes at 2:15am (SA time) in the 800m finals.