04 September 2015, 16:48:23

Entrepreneur Mike Gcabo talks game farming

The game breeding industry in South Africa is the epitome of white, khaki-clad Afrikaner life - just the sort of business that black entrepreneur Mike Gcabo loves to break into.

Father buries drowned toddler, family in Syria (PHOTOS)

The father of a three-year-old boy whose drowning off Turkey shocked the world buried his son, another child and his wife in an emotional funeral Friday in Syria’s Kobane, a witness said. 

Eastern Cape police condemn attack on two of its members

Eastern Cape police have condemned an attack on two of its members‚ one of whom was wounded in the incident.

Spanish pensioner offers cash to find job for 'desperate' son

A Spanish pensioner has placed a newspaper advertisement offering 5,000 euros ($5,600) to any employer who would hire his 39-year-old son, a "desperate" unemployed father of one.

Desmond Tutu out of hospital after weeks of care

South African archbishop Desmond Tutu was discharged from hospital on Friday, his foundation said, after more than two weeks of medical care to treat a nagging infection.

Mine to tear down internal fences on disputed North West land

Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) said on Friday that Pilanesberg Platinum Mine “will immediately halt its activities on a portion of land on Wilgespruit” while an ownership dispute is being reolved.

Tenderpreneur, mahala and izinyoka added to the Oxford SA Dictionary

If twerk and selfie are now seen as everyday words, it should come as no surprise that gees, mahala, flippen and e-toll are part of the latest Oxford South African dictionary to hit bookstore shelves.

Picture of the day: Like father, like son! Ice Cube and O'Shea Jackson Jr.

American rappers Ice Cube and son O'Shea Jackson, Jr. pose during a photo shoot at the Park Hyatt in Sydney, New South Wales. Picture Credit: Getty Images

Ciara: Abstaining from sex has made us more 'real'

Ciara says her and Russell Wilson's decision to abstain from sex has made them more ''real'' and approachable to other couples in similar situations.

Facing shortage, Sperm bank tells men: 'Prove your worth'

The head of Britain's national sperm bank urged men to prove their manhood and help ease a shortage after the centre signed up just nine registered donors in the year since its creation.
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