Citizen

Why born-frees won’t be voting

Few ‘born-frees’ will be exercising their democratic right to vote on May 7. more ...

Afrikaners want economic freedom – EFF

Afrikaners, including some farmers, also believe in economic freedom, according to a white Economic Freedom Fighters communications and media strategist. more ...

Late Matuidi goal gives laboured PSG victory

Blaise Matuidi struck in the 89th minute to give Paris Saint-Germain a 1-0 win against struggling Evian at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday and take the capital club to the brink of the title. more ...

All the world’s a stage for Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

William Shakespeare’s plays are to be performed in mid-air as Britain celebrates the 450th anniversary of his birth this week, while a tour of “Hamlet” aims to reach every country on Earth. more ...

Platinum talks still underway

Talks to end the protracted wage strike in the platinum sector are still underway behind closed doors at an undisclosed location in Johannesburg on Wednesday, the Chamber of Mines said. more ...

Obama fulfils dreams of sushi on first night in Tokyo

US President Barack Obama dined Wednesday at a tiny Tokyo sushi restaurant — a revered spot with three coveted Michelin stars but only a handful of seats — ruled with an iron rod by its redoubtable 88-year-old owner. more ...

Cricket sixes with an African flavour

Kicking off the domestic cricket season in September, six teams from Africa and the six South African franchises will contest the Global Softech Sixes at SuperSport Park in Centurion. more ...

Gareth Cliff goes live on Comedy Central

Is it still radio if it is on television? more ...