25 July 2014, 12:34:21

Malema the 'sweetest, coolest guy' - report

"If you sit with me at a personal level, you are going to kiss me on my forehead. You will say: 'This is not the person we are always told about, [that] he is a monster, and he is going to be Hitler'. I'm the sweetest guy. I'm the coolest guy"

Hawks investigating government official for corruption involving R1.6bn

Among the allegations was that R300,000 was diverted from the Gauteng health department to the ANC's 2009 election campaign in the province. Money was allegedly siphoned off to fund the political ambitions of certain ANC figures.

'Police investigating Telkom CEO'

Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko is under investigation after being implicated in an alleged car licence cloning case, the City of Johannesburg said on Friday.

Stadium to be named after Motsoeneng

A stadium in Bluegumbosch, QwaQwa, in the Free State, will be renamed after SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, The New Age reported on Friday.

Splitsville for Khanyi and Tebogo?

Things are not looking good for talented music trio Kwela Tebza.

Pretoria couple in court for allegedly shooting cop

Warrant Officer Ben Strydom, 47, was shot in Sinoville, Pretoria, on Thursday morning while trying to arrest a 64-year-old man for fraud, Captain Augustinah Selepe said.

Ramaphosa makes appeal on anthem

South African leaders need to reach out to those in the Afrikaans-speaking and African communities on their concerns about singing the full national anthem, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday.

Burn e-toll bills: Cosatu

Motorists in Gauteng must continue to use the highways without paying the e-toll bills, the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on Thursday.

Wreckage of missing Algerian airliner found in Mali

The wreckage of an Air Algerie plane missing since early Thursday with 116 people on board has been found in Mali near the Burkina Faso border, an army coordinator in Ouagadougou said.

'I tried to get allegations investigated': De Lille

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille tried many avenues to have the multi-billion rand arms deal probed, and even considered private investigation, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry heard on Thursday.
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