The African National Congress must stop discussing who is going to lead the party after its 2017 elective conference, Cosatu’s president S’dumo Dlamini said on Wednesday.
Thousands of demonstrators from across KwaZulu-Natal gathered in solidarity with workers’ union Cosatu on Wednesday. The union embarked on a protest highlighting worker concerns and general issues facing South Africans.
The North West Business Forum has offered a R2-million reward for information that leads to the successful conviction of Wandile Bozwana’s murderers.
South African supporters could catch a glimpse of the future if the only uncapped member of their Rugby World Cup squad gets a run-out against the United States in their Pool B clash at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has said there has been a “rise in incidents of corporal punishment in schools across the country” after it has received reports of the physical and verbal abuse of learners in at least seven Mpumalanga schools.
President Jacob Zuma, former president FW de Klerk among those sending Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu messages on his 84th birthday
FIFA presidential candidate Chung Mong-Joon said Wednesday he plans an “embezzlement” case against world football leader Sepp Blatter seeking more than $100 million from the sports baron he called “a hypocrite and a liar.”
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde shares her thoughts on Greek restructuring talks, governance reforms, her inner sense of justice
Eskom said on Wednesday that the probability of load shedding remained low for the day as the power provider celebrated managing to keep the lights on for 60 days with only one minor disruption.
Patrick Dogget, 53, of South Carolina was arrested for public intoxication after he phoned 911 – because his girlfriend wouldn’t have sex with him.
Cosatu provincial general secretary Tony Ehrenreich has handed the trade union’s new workers’ demands to the ministry of transport during a march to Parliament in Cape Town.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown should table an uncensored contract agreement between Eskom and a coal supplier owned by the Guptas, the DA urges.
A mother who had allegedly abandoned her premature infant at a Port Elizabeth hospital was handcuffed and brought back by police.
A man has been found guilty of attempted murder in the Western Cape High Court, despite the fact that policewoman Constable Rozelle Witbooi died from a fatal gunshot wound to the head.
A woman critically injured when she was nearly disembowelled in a bloody knife attack remains under close police protection in a Durban hospital. The hunt for her attacker is continuing.
At dinner to celebrate anniversary of Tiso Foundation, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says conflict in Africa has taught us need for ‘strong rule of law, strong political parties’
When she woke up, he took her vagina out of his pocket and licked it in front of her.
Samsung Electronics indicates jump in quarterly profit, as sales of chips, displays offset stiff competition in smartphones from Apple, cheaper Chinese rivals
Diplomatically elusive North set to put on goose-stepping, tank-rumbling, missile-bristling show to honour party that has served Kim family for generations
Tidjane Thiam says it is ‘madness’ for African nations to rely on loans in foreign currencies to fund vital infrastructure including roads, power, clean water
Rating agency likely to downgrade country in December, on deteriorating economic growth outlook, continuing job losses
Three porcupine hunters have been arrested after being caught red-handed in the Wolfgat Nature Reserve near Cape Town.
The acquittal of two men for the killing of a Kraaifontein constable has left her wife reeling outside the Western Cape High Court.
Brooklyn Beckham makes his debut in The Vamps’ new music video.
Popular children’s show Barney & Friends is making a return to television screens in 2017.
As a sea of people dressed in red occupied the streets of Johannesburg on Wednesday to make their voices heard about worker rights, some took the opportunity to vent their frustrations about government and their employers.
Economic crime remains a major problem and many billions are lost by both the private sector and government through theft and fraud every year‚ experts say.
After searching the suspect’s vehicle, police discovered three 1kg bags of tik.
Former Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife CEO Dr Bandile Mkhize, who was suspended last year over the failed attempt to roll out a new staff management and payment structure, has been paid out one’s year salary to bow out.
The 24 year old, who is being sued by late girlfriend Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family, as they believe he is to blame for her death in July after six months in a coma, has asked a judge to delay the civil case because he believes it would force …
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Costa Rica will field a full-strength squad against South Africa in the town of Liberia this week as they use the friendly international to prepare for the start of their World Cup qualifiers next month.
Cosatu in the Western Cape is demonstrating against e-tolls, but did not support recent court action against Sanral’s Cape toll plans, says a city councillor.
Businesses who succeed on this continent are problem solvers, says Metropolitan Republic’s Bronwen A…
The rand has gained more than 1% against the dollar to a two-week high as the greenback slipped, with investors pushing back bets of a 2015 US rate hike.
In 2014 alone, almost 107 million people around the globe were affected by disasters. Over 260 million Africans have been affected…
President Petro Poroshenko says a ‘real truce’ has begun in Ukraine but that a long-lasting peace with pro-Russian insurgents would still take some time.
BBC Worldwide is apologising to viewers over the broadcasting glitch that led to the failure of The Great South African Bake Off to start.
Iraq may request Russian air strikes against ISIS on its soil soon and wants Moscow to have a bigger role than the United States in the war against the militant group, the head of parliament’s defence and security committee says.
In becoming the official operator of the South African National Lottery on 1 June 2015, Ithuba has employed a paperless…