05 August 2015, 10:13:04

Cope: Public protector needs support in face of vitriol

The Congress of the People (Cope) will register its dissatisfaction with the African National Congress (ANC) attacks on Thuli Madonsela with a placard demonstration out side the public protector’s office next week.

Israeli father’s fight for his kids living in SA

An Israeli doctoral student has launched a court bid to force his South African wife to put their three daughters on a flight back to Israel.

Chief Justice Mogoeng secures date with Zuma

President Jacob Zuma has announced a date to meet the judiciary‚ a month after an unprecedented show of force by 27 of South Africa’s most senior judges‚ led by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.

Pensioner found burnt to death in her house

A 72-year-old pensioner from Mdantsane‚ identified as Nomfazi Tshembese‚ was found burnt to death in her Potsdam house on Monday morning.

Pollsmoor prison not being primed for purchase

There will be no “for sale’’ boards erected at Pollsmoor or Leeuwkop prisons — situated in two upmarket suburbs — any time soon.

South Africa's mining sector in trouble - minister

South Africa’s mining sector is in “trouble” as it struggles with widespread job losses and lower commodity prices, Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel said on Wednesday.
A Next Great Presenter audition Picture: Supplied

TLC Entertainment is looking for it's first African presenter

Aspirant TV presenters and fans of the popular network from across the African continent can now be part of the network.

Picture of the day: Lenny Kravitz exposes his manhood as pants rip open on stage

Lenny Kravitz fans got more than what they paid for at a concert in Stockholm, when his leather pants ripped open to expose his penis. After a fan captured the incident and posted it on Instagram, the picture has gone viral.
Picture credit: Instagram.

Jason Derulo to perform in South Africa

American R&B crooner Jason Derulo is heading to South Africa.

Khune affair sets precedent for abuse

Itumeleng Khune's return to Kaizer Chiefs seems a great move, but in effect it is a defeat for the struggle for better wages in the Premier Soccer League.
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