‘I always give them two litres of paraffin for burning tyres during protests,’ one Somali owner says.
During protests in Kwathema, Ekurhuleni, last week, immigrants were terrorised and their shops looted. Some immigrant shops have remained closed.
Police in Dannhauser in KwaZulu-Natal have appealed for help in tracing a missing teenager in Dannhauser near Ladysmith.
The National Intervention Unit of the KwaZulu-Natal SAPS seized explosives and arrested five suspects in an intelligence-driven operation in the early hours of Wednesday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is due back in Brussels on Thursday on a last-gasp mission to beg EU leaders for more time to deliver a Brexit deal twice rejected by her own parliament.
Pope Francis expressed his pain Wednesday at the devastation wrought by Cyclone Idai in southern Africa and called for ‘comfort and support’ for victims of the disaster.
Eskom announced on Wednesday night that there would be another day of Stage 4 load shedding for most of Thursday, despite it being a public holiday.
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Good leader Patricia De Lille said on Wednesday that on Human Rights Day South Africans had to reflect on the failure of their rights-based democracy to protect women from violence and poverty.
The EU could approve Britain’s request for a short delay to Brexit but only if British MPs next week vote through the withdrawal deal they have twice rejected, European Council president Donald Tusk said Wednesday.
SA clubs and football lovers at large have shared messages of love and support after news of the death of Arthur Bartman.
Given the Bulls captain and Bok pivot’s red-hot form to date this season, that’s a weird thought.
The EU’s powerful anti-trust regulator slapped tech giant Google with a new fine on Wednesday over unfair competition in Europe’s latest salvo against Silicon Valley.
New Zealand imposed an immediate ban on assault weapons on Thursday, taking swift action in response to the Christchurch massacre and triggering renewed calls from leading American politicians for curbs in the United States.
If you vote for Ramaphosa, believing he is a change agent, you are in denial. Much like ANC supporters.