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CSA charge Tsotsobe with corruption

Lonwabo Tsotsobe has become the seventh player to be charged in the match-fixing scandal that tainted the 2015 edition of Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) franchise T20 competition.

Deputy Police Minister blames DA for wanting to turn a police station into a 'palace hotel'

Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi has accused the DA of commissioning the R100-million upgrade of a police station in a suburb where crime levels are relatively low.

Roadworks on M1’s Oxford and Federation bridges enters final stage

The Johannesburg Roads Agency has announced that the roadworks on the M1 freeway’s Oxford and Federation bridges is set to enter its final stage.

‘Exciting times’ for Modjadji as he heads for Namibia and then Europe

Choreographer extraordinaire‚ and entrepreneur‚ Paul Modjadji keeps reigning supreme as he takes another grand jete to Namibia and then Europe.

Wildlife petting industry under scrutiny in wake of recent attacks

Multiple attacks in March and April have prompted conservation groups and the head of South African Tourism to seriously re-evaluate the “wildlife petting” industry.

Terror-accused Thulsie brothers' case to be transferred to high court

A provisional indictment has been prepared and will soon be served on terror-accused twin brothers Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie.

Tinkler pleads with City charges to dig deep‚ with one final push to the league title

Cape Town City coach Eric Tinkler is challenging his players to make use of a potential once-in-a-lifetime chance and go for broke in their last six matches of the season in a bid to take a maiden Premier Soccer league title.

Tete becomes new world champion while on a flight from England to SA

In a weekend drenched in tears following the death of his former trainer Nick Durandt‚ Zolani Tete became the dual world champion while on a flight from England to South Africa.

Tresor wants to use seven figure pay cheque to help 'fix SA music'

Afro-pop muso Tresor has bagged a mega seven-figure record deal and hopes to use it to help fix the problems with SA music.

Double family tragedy as two young cousins drown in farm dam

A double tragedy has struck a Riebeck East family after two young cousins drowned at a farm dam outside the small Eastern Cape village on Sunday afternoon.

Will they ever be friends? Bonang 'refuses to be in the same room' as Somizi

Just a few weeks ago Somizi went onto national TV and told the world how much he loves Bonang but that their friendship would never be the same again, even if they did reconcile.

Former Buffalo City mayor hands herself over to Hawks

Former Buffalo City Metro mayor Zukiswa Ncitha and the city’s head of executive support services‚ Ncumisa Sidukwana‚ handed themselves over to the Hawks on Monday morning.

Sello Maake Ka-Ncube: My deaf daughter made me a better actor

Veteran actor Sello Maake Ka-Ncube has opened up about how his daughter's deafness has made him a better actor.

Mbalula's response to a defiant Berning Ntlemeza - in 10 quotes

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula had no shortage of things to say after former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza pitched up for work on Monday.

SABC interim board says local content policy must go

Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s imposition of a 90% local content policy has cost the South African Broadcasting Corporation more than R200 million.

Credit rating downgrade is ‘bad news’ for SA‚ Ebrahim Patel says

Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel has distanced himself from his Cabinet colleagues who pooh-poohed the credit ratings downgrade of SA to junk status‚ saying on Monday that it was "bad news".

Family mourn loss of a loving father in shoot-out

Zimbabwean journalist Godknows Nare was a hard-working and dedicated father‚ says his devastated wife Silibele Khumalo.

Nkandla accused ordered to face charges‚ despite depression

Sibusiso Chonco will have to leave his sick bed and present himself before a disciplinary hearing‚ where he is accused of wrongdoing in the awarding of the R246-million contract for upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead.

Sex workers fight for freedom - demand change to 'oppressive' laws

Lumka Nyarhashe was just 10 years old when South Africans won the freedom to vote for the first time.

The Big Read: Wake up! SA has been gutted

One by one the institutions of our democracy have been perverted. Thank God for the courts, writes Justice Malala

WATCH: Airline apologises after onboard clash over pram goes viral

American Airlines has apologised to a female passenger and suspended an employee after a video showing an onboard clash over a pram went viral.

Pirates draw Arrows‚ Supersport to face Chippa in Nedbank Cup semifinals

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced that the Nedbank Cup final will be played at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on June 24.

CSA charge Tsotsobe with corruption

Lonwabo Tsotsobe has become the seventh player to be charged in the match-fixing scandal that tainted the 2015 edition of Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) franchise T20 competition.

Stuart Baxter admitted into hospital for emergency medical treatment

Supersport United coach Stuart Baxter has been admitted into hospital for emergency medical treatment and is set to miss the club's two crucial league games this week.

Komphela admits a trophy for Chiefs this season may now be in other team’s hands

Steve Komphela knows that his chances of winning a first trophy in his second season at Kaizer Chiefs may now rest on other teams slipping up in the league title race.

Chiefs face tricky City test as the pressure increases on all the title challengers

The embers of discontent were unmistakable in the stands at FNB Stadium on Saturday night and Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela will be desperate to prevent them from blowing up into a flame in the coming days.

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UCT's art collection exposed as pale and male after fiery protests

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Prepare to fork out more millions for Nkandla upgrades

The government is gearing up to lavish more taxpayer funds on President Jacob Zuma's controversial Nkandla homestead, which has already been upgraded at a cost to the country of R246-million.

Eskom-linked firm ‘donated’ R1.7m to ANC birthday bash

A company that scored nearly R2-billion in Eskom tenders paid R1.7-million in two instalments into a bank account believed to belong to the ANC.

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The screams of dying children trapped in a flaming minibus taxi will haunt Sergeant David Mbonani forever.

Mbalula has power to bar Ntlemeza from entering Hawks HQ on Monday: DA

Police minister Fikile Mbalula has the power to bar axed former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza from entering the Hawks HQ from Monday – regardless of the fact that Ntlemeza is appealing against his sacking‚ the Democratic Alliance says.

Photographer documents SA's youth carving out their own anti-born-free identities

For just over a decade Soweto-born photographer Musa N Nxumalo has been documenting the social lives of black youth in Johannesburg.