Police are investigating a suspected bomb explosion in the Cape Flats that injured six youths between the ages of 15 and 20.
SA’s economy grew at a slower pace than expected in the third quarter — by a seasonally adjusted and annualised 0.2% — after a 3.3% acceleration in the second quarter.
Former US astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the Moon, expects to be discharged from a New Zealand hospital soon, thanks to the Starman's namesake David Bowie.
Manchester United will begin their FA Cup defence at home to a Reading side managed by their former defender Jaap Stam, while their local rivals Manchester City visit West Ham United in the third round after the draw was made on Monday.
There was no growth in expenditure made by private sector and state-owned enterprises on corporate social investment (CSI)‚ a report revealed on Tuesday.
A man’s leg was partially amputated when two trucks collided on the N1 South‚ past the Glen offramp in the direction of Bloemfontein‚ in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Johannesburg-bound traffic was delayed on Tuesday morning following the collision of two trucks on the busy N12 outside Fochville.
The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) reported that two men had gone missing in the surf in two separate drowning incidents in False Bay on Monday.
Manchester City and Chelsea have been charged with failing to control their players during Saturday's Premier League match, the FA said on Monday.
Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter has lost his appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against his six-year ban from football.
Sergio Aguero's four-match suspension has been confirmed by the Football Association following his dismissal in Manchester City's loss to Chelsea at the weekend.
Popular radio and TV personality Lerato Kganyago is fuming after discovering a fake Facebook account using her name to swindle "rewards" out of her fans.
In the heaviest qualification event of the year, South Africa's Jordy Smith won the Vans World Cup on Sunday, his first-ever win in Hawaii.
Two overseas-based strikers not considered for recent Bafana Bafana squads have hit form in Europe in recent weeks, bringing into stark reality the scoring troubles of the national side.
An investigation is under way into a violent bullying incident at a Stellenbosch high school in which a school girl was beaten by a classmate and footage of the attack shared on social media.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba will seek a meeting with Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba over remarks attributed to him labelling foreign nationals as criminals.
The latest release of Radio Audience Measurement (RAM) listenership figures by the Broadcast Research Council (BRC) unveiled some significant changes in audience research. Apart from a change of the research company and a change in survey sample size, new data suggests that there are fewer people listening to SABC radio stations compared to previous years.
Economic Freedom Fighters Leader Julius Malema’s rants about white people signify the party’s desperate attempt to remain relevant after failing to win one municipality when their party was put to the vote‚ political analysts said on Friday.
Lawyers for suspended national police commissioner General Riah Phiyega say that she will only respond to the Claassen Board of Inquiry findings into her fitness to hold office after receiving the report from the board.
Not surprisingly, there's a running theme when it comes to the most popular celebrity vacation snaps of 2016: All are in hot, sun-soaked destinations, and most show celebrities flaunting their taut, toned, bikini-clad bodies.
Government-issued condoms have come a long way. We celebrate their evolution on World Aids Day.
President Jacob Zuma has survived an attempt to remove him from office after a dramatic three-day ANC national executive committee meeting.
A woman who ploughed her way through R1‚300 worth of meals and margaritas with a male companion at a Cape Town restaurant and left without paying the bill‚ has been shamed on social media into settling the debt.
As the African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee (NEC) meeting extended into a third day on Monday‚ the names of those who want President Jacob Zuma to step down and those who oppose the call emerged.