Orlando Pirates signalled their early Premier Soccer League title intent and Tendai Ndoro his top scorer's ambitions with a hat trick in Bucs' 3-1 win against Lamontville Golden Arrows on Wednesday night.
Bevan Fransman proved the central figure as the former Bloemfontein Celtic skipper returned in the colours of Maritzburg United and helped them to a 1-0 victory in Wednesday’s Absa Premiership clash in the Free State capital.
The earthquake that struck central Italy on Wednesday has killed at least 120 people, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said.
Man-made greenhouse gases began to nudge up the Earth's temperatures almost 200 years ago as the Industrial Revolution gathered pace, far earlier than previously thought, scientists said on Wednesday.
Explosions and gunfire rocked the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on Wednesday, an official and students trapped inside classrooms told AFP, as the complex came under a militant attack.
Engineering and building group Murray and Roberts (M&R) said on Wednesday it is in talks to sell its infrastructure and building business.
The Beijing wildlife park whose tigers killed one woman and injured another this summer was not to blame for their deaths, an official investigation concluded Wednesday.
President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday congratulated former Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry Mzwandile Collin Masina on his election as the executive mayor of Ekurhuleni metro.
A serving member of the British armed forces was arrested in England on Wednesday as part of an investigation into Northern Ireland-related terrorism, London's Metropolitan Police said.
Two men accused of killing prominent South African Communist Party (SACP) member Nsiki Blose appeared in the Camperdown Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
Students demanding free education for the poor caused disruptions at four university campuses in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday.
Wealthy businessman Jason Rohde will only appear in the Stellenbosch Magistrates’ Court on Thursday.
Kaizer Chiefs can utilise their anger at a poor start in their 2-1 Premier League defeat to Bidvest Wits on Tuesday night to bounce back immediately against Cape Town City‚ said Amakhosi coach Steve Komphela.
Millions of rands paid out for memorial services for Nelson Mandela were splurged on luxury cars, jewellery and high-end clothing by a controversial Durban businessman - and some of it found its way into the account of one of the first ladies.
While ruling-party MPs shielded their boss from the Nkandla fallout, alienated opposition parties worked hard together to hasten the ’second coming’, writes S’thembiso Msomi.
ANC Gauteng chairman Paul Mashatile and his executive committee could be among the first casualties of the party's dismal performance at the polls.
Caster Semenya stormed to victory in the women’s 800m at the Rio Olympics by more than a second on Saturday night.
In a startling claim on Sunday‚ the Economic Freedom Fighters accused the ANC's Dan Bovu of calling its councillors and “offering them money to the value of R500‚000 in exchange for them to vote with the ANC during the elections of the Johannesburg City Council tomorrow”.
Muvhango actress Phindile Gwala is in America and seems to be having the time of her life.
The SABC's acting CEO, James Aguma, wants to pay Hlaudi Motsoeneng a bonus for negotiating a questionable deal between the SABC and MultiChoice - three years ago.
The standoff between President Jacob Zuma and the National Treasury over who should lead SAA is propelling the airline into an unprecedented crisis, with a major international destination threatening to ground all flights in the next two weeks.
The regional African National Congress in Johannesburg is still deliberating with other political parties which will determine whether or not Parks Tau will retain his position as Joburg mayor.
Barcelona star Neymar said he will step down as Brazil captain on Saturday after leading the Olympic Games’ hosts to their first ever football gold medal.