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Zuma’s legacy will be judged by Nkandla: Archbishop Makgoba

The legacy of President Jacob Zuma is contingent on how he deals with the issue of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead, Cape Town Archbishop Thabo Makgoba said at a march outside Parliament on Saturday.  more ...

Dagga activists to hold ’4.20′ celebration

A party to raise funds for a legal challenge against dagga prohibition laws will be held in Johannesburg on Sunday, cannabis non-profit organisation Green Fields For All said on Saturday. more ...

Camouflage and candles: Easter comes to Ukraine’s rebel east

Resurrection and rebellion — in Ukraine’s separatist east this weekend, those two themes collided as pro-Kremlin militants briefly subjugated their political passions to religious ones in a celebration of Easter. more ...

Britain’s baby Prince George visits Australian zoo

Britain’s baby Prince George stepped out in public for the first time in Australia with his parents for a wildlife encounter at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo. more ...

SuraPure in a pickle

SuraPure Drinks owes about R41 million to its micro-retailers, according to director Cornelius van der Merwe.  more ...

Britain’s baby Prince George visits Australian zoo

Britain’s baby Prince George stepped out in public for the first time in Australia with his parents for a wildlife encounter at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo. more ...

Sharks open Super 15 lead over Brumbies, Chiefs

The Coastal Sharks opened a six-point break at the top of Super Rugby with a South African derby win as champions Waikato Chiefs lost narrowly at home this weekend. more ...

Inspired performance

Malie Kelly had barely left school when she took on the music industry. She had all the prerequisites to be a star – blonde and beautiful, with a boisterous personality and a voice to match. Two decades later, it seems nothing’s changed – but her popularity.  more ...