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Dlamini eyes spot in Zuma’s government

Cosatu president S’dumo Dlamini is positioning himself to take up a cabinet position in President Jacob Zuma’s government. more ...

Jailtime for taxi-tavern killers

The notorious killer-trio from Thokoza township, south of Johannesburg, were each sentenced to 45 years in jail each in the South Gauteng High Court yesterday....  more ...

Zephany’s kidnap case returns

The woman who allegedly abducted Zephany Nurse at a Cape Town hospital 18 years ago when she was only three days old, is set to appear in court today on a charge of kidnapping. more ...

ANC to blame for xeno attacks: DA

The ANC government’s failure to ensure that values of Ubuntu were at the center of the country’s discourse, was to blame for the recent xenophobic violence that swept across the country, the DA said yesterday. more ...

Kaizer Chiefs to speak on Khune, Mashamaite contracts

Kaizer Chiefs will to hold a press conference this week to clear up speculation surrounding the futures of Itumeleng Khune and Tefu Mashamaite.... more ...

Elite SA troops stuck in Uganda

An entire battalion of South Africa's crack 121 Battalion are stuck in Entebbe, Uganda, after their flight was refused permission to land in South Africa.... more ...

EFF interrupts Zuma in National Assembly again

MPs from the Economic Freedom Fighters protested silently but visibly as President Jacob Zuma tabled his budget vote in the National Assembly on Tuesday.... more ...

Missing Ipeleng Moholane found dead in Midrand

Condolences continue to spread on social media after the discovery of missing student Ipeleng Moholane’s dead body on Monday.... more ...

Find your load shedding schedules here

Want to know when your suburb will experience load shedding? Find out your schedule here. ... more ...

Cameron urges ‘flexible and imaginative’ EU reforms

British Prime Minister David Cameron prepared Friday to lobby German Chancellor Angela Merkel for “flexible and imaginative” EU reforms, but faces an uphill battle against Franco-German plans for a more integrated eurozone. more ...

Buhari to be sworn in as Nigeria president after historic win

Muhammadu Buhari becomes Nigeria’s new head of state on Friday, in an unprecedented ceremony after he won the first opposition victory over a sitting president in the nation’s history. more ...

The cash must flow

Sales and marketing are the single most important functions of a business; without them, there is no business....  more ...
Mix Telematics lifts revenue
Mix Telematics lifted revenue in the year to March from R1,27 billion to R1,39 billion while passing the milestone of half a million subscribers.... more ...
Eskom price hike ‘too vague to interrogate’
The Energy Intensive User Group (EIUG) will engage National Treasury and energy regulator Nersa on Eskom's application for a 25.3% tariff increase that it says "makes a mockery of the regulatory process".... more ...
Business talks energy saving, carbon tax
Business owners in KwaZulu-Natal, and across South Africa, believed they have a role to play in saving energy and coming up with ways to secure energy for future generations.... more ...
Debt-holders support African Bank restructuring proposal
The proposal to restructure the African Bank has gained the support of debt-holders. ... more ...

Blatter defiant as re-election vote looms

FIFA boss Sepp Blatter headed into a re-election vote Friday adamant that only he can clean up football's corruption-tainted headquarters, to the dismay of many as calls mounted for his resignation....  more ...
Scientists restore lost memory in mice, shedding light on amnesia
Researchers have gained new understanding on the workings of amnesia through research that used light to revive lost memories in mice, a study reported.... more ...
Suu Kyi sidesteps Rohingya migrant crisis for political pragmatism
Aung San Suu Kyi was once an unassailable champion of Myanmar's powerless. But the opposition leader's refusal to speak up for a persecuted Muslim minority at the heart of a migrant crisis has cast doubt over her moral force -- and even earned a gentle rebuke from fellow Nobel laureate the Dalai Lama.... more ...
18 labs may have received live anthrax samples: US officials
A total of 18 laboratories may have accidentally received live samples of anthrax shipped out by the American military, US authorities said.... more ...
Putin makes troop deaths in peacetime operations a ‘state secret’
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday banned the release of information about troop deaths in "special operations" during peacetime, as the Kremlin continues to rebuff accusations its soldiers are fighting in Ukraine.... more ...

Comrades organisors want a clean race

Comrades Marathon organisers have put strict drug screening measures in place to ensure all runners participating in this year’s race are drug free....  more ...
Federer, Sharapova take French Open centre stage
Former winner and second seed Roger Federer and women's champion Maria Sharapova take top billing Friday as they target places in the French Open fourth round.... more ...
Wenger, Arsenal eye FA Cup history
Arsene Wenger would love to silence his critics by making history when holders Arsenal take on Aston Villa in the FA Cup final on Saturday.... more ...
Mathoho’s future to be decided soon
Kaizer Chiefs should shed further light soon on whether Eric Mathoho will still be at the club next season. ... more ...
Mozambique join Namibia in Cosafa Cup final
Luis Parkim's late goal took Mozambique to the Cosafa Cup final after beating Botswana 2-1 at Moruleng Stadium. ... more ...

Former Muvhango star joins Generations

The cast of Generations: The Legacy is growing.  more ...
Ferrari 488 GTB sets new benchmark
The Ferrari 488 GTB has made its official debut at a private preview held at the new Scuderia South Africa premises and is said to set a new benchmark for the sports car sector.... more ...
Lloyd Cele’s new single takes top spot
Lloyd Cele’s single, Best I’ve Ever Had, has taken the top spot on Gagasi FM. ... more ...
Less South Africans go to bed hungry – survey
As the world marks World Hunger Day today, it should be encouraging to know less South Africans are going to bed hungry each night, but as a country, we are still facing server problems in this regard.... more ...
65-year-old’s quadruplets face health risks
Doctors at a Berlin clinic said on Wednesday quadruplets, whose very premature births to a 65-year-old German mother have captured headlines and stirred debate, face big health risks.... more ...