Dirco calls for donations to help countries hit by Cylcone Idai
The department is calling on businesses, NGOs and civil society for donations to help those affected.
King of the Karoo: Mufasa leaves jail and returns to the wild
A lion named Mufasa which escaped from the Karoo National Park just outside Beaufort West has been found in the Northern Cape. After a stint in jail cells, he has been returned to his natural habitat.
Gugu Ncube: Unisa stripped me of my dignity
Gugu Ncube claims she was manhandled and fired after laying a complaint against her boss at Unisa for making sexual advances on her.
Exquisite! Jozi man takes Woolies Water Challenge to the next level
The #WooliesWaterChallenge has taken over South Africa’s social media. And the second video is even funnier. Joburger Blake Dell filmed his visit to a store to test the water… and this has also gone viral.
Lesufi calls on police to act on pupils who break the law
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi calls for tough action against pupils who break the law after the emergence of Crystal Park High School assault video.
Video makes ‘exquisite’ mark with Twitter community
Twitter users were left crying with laughter after a video showed four youngsters walking out of a Woolworths store describing, in isiZulu, that the water from the store has 'special powers.'
NHLS's alleged breach of privacy that of 'epic proportions'
A law firm says that the National Health Laboratory Service can face private and criminal charges for allegedly breaching the privacy of patients.
Shepherd Bushiri visits Alexandra, donates R400k to fire victims
Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri visited the victims of the recent fire in Alexandra township. He addressed volunteers and thanked them for the work that they’ve done and donated R400,000 to help the children in Alexandra with their education.
Alexandra visit no publicity stunt, says Bushiri
Self-styled prophet Shepherd Bushiri visited the township on Thursday to offer help to the community after a fire destroyed more than 100 shacks earlier this week.
Bushiri donates R400k to Alex residents after blaze
Self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri said he’s visited the community to evaluate the needs of residents and to assess how his church can provide support.
3 reasons fuel prices increase, how it affects you
Here are three main reasons the fuel prices change and how it affects you beyond the pumps.
FF Plus may gain votes from 'unhappy white' DA supporters, says analyst
The Freedom Front Plus has called for the scrapping of affirmative action and quota policies at universities and other organisations.
Ramaphosa concludes working visit to eSwatini
With SA being eSwatini’s largest trading partner, the Ramaphosa and King Mswati III met to work on ways to improve on the R30 billion trade exports over the last two years.
Mbalula: There is no hostility between the SABC, ANC
‘City Press’ reported on Sunday that Mbalula met with the editors at the public broadcaster to discuss the ANC’s low election coverage.
MK council comes out in support of Robert McBride
As it stands, McBride will have to start looking for a new job after parliament’s police committee endorsed Police Minister Bheki Cele’s decision not to renew his contract.
Ramaphosa meets Mswati III to talk bilateral relations
South Africa and eSwatini have strong relations, which were further cemented in 2004 with the formation of the joint bilateral commission for cooperation.
YCL: SA education must be transformed to cater to previously disadvantaged
The Young Communist League said along with free education, a transformed education system needs to be developed.
Mbalula denies bullying SABC: 'Independence of media can't mean ostracising ANC'
On Sunday morning, City Press reported that Fikile Mbalula met with SABC management about low election coverage of ANC rallies, specifically in the North West province.