2017-09-20 17:20:30.0

Youngest PhD graduate gets on-the-spot job offer from Cape Town mayor

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has hired the youngest student to be awarded a doctorate at Cape Peninsula University of Technology after learning he was jobless.

IFP's Buthelezi warns students against ANC's economic stance

The ANC is so reliant on votes from Cosatu and the SACP that its leadership is afraid to commit to any clear economic policies‚ IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi told students on Wednesday.
DA's Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille. Picture Credit: Patricia De Lille

ANC praises De Lille for pulling plug on Cape Town investigation unit

Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has found an unlikely supporter for her decision to shut down the city council Special Investigation Unit; the ANC.

'I only shower every third day,' says Helen Zille

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has revealed that she only showers “briefly” every third day and that she regards “oily hair in a drought to be as much of a status symbol as a dusty car”.
A study investigated the link between amount of breast milk received in the first 28 days and cognitive development.

Mother of four behind bars for the alleged murder of her newborn baby

Saturday’s murder of a day-old baby on the Cape Flats is one of 19 cases of neonaticide estimated for every 100‚000 live births that occur in South Africa.

KZN violence not my fault‚ says Buthelezi

Political killings in KwaZulu-Natal had nothing to do with Mangosuthu Buthelezi leaving the ANC Youth League several decades ago‚ the IFP leader said on Wednesday.

ANC presidential hopeful Zweli Mkhize dishes out pamphlets for SRC elections (Photos)

ANC treasurer general Zweli Mkhize dished out flyers at the Mangosuthu University of Technology in Umlazi on Wednesday to garner support for ANC candidates in an SRC election.
Former KZN premier Senzo Mchunu appears before the Moerane Commission

ANC ‘must accept responsibility’ for political killings

The ANC needs to “accept responsibility” for political violence in KwaZulu-Natal‚ former provincial chairman and KZN premier Senzo Mchunu said on Wednesday.

Pupil charged for burning schoolmate

The Gauteng department of education yesterday confirmed that criminal charges have been brought against a Grade 10 pupil accused of burning a fellow student at an Ekurhuleni school.
Silence Mkwakwa  and Lucas Mthembu, both bodyguards for the Mandeni Mayor appeared in the Durban Magistrates court on illegal possession of firearms charges. / JACKIE CLAUSEN

Mayor's bodyguards arrested with guns released on warning

The Hawks swooped on Mandeni mayor Sphesihle Zulu’s three bodyguards while he was in his car near a Durban golf club on Tuesday afternoon.
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