- US tells South Sudan 'patience has run out'
- Parliament approves new rules to eject 'rowdy colleagues'
- Applause as judge sets $1 million bond for alleged Ohio killer cop
- Guest seriously wounded in robbery outside top diplomats' hotel
- Hong Kong woman jailed for attacking police with breast
- Mboweni to join Wits University
- DJ Donald Duck's trousers stained with girlfriend's blood: forensics analyst
- Court hearing delayed for Zimbabwe Cecil hunt co-accused
- Burundi opposition leader takes top parliament job despite months of unrest
- Boko Haram 'slits throats of 10 fishermen' near Lake Chad
- Ex NBA player lost $100 million to alcoholism, proudly works as a Starbucks barista
- Lack of skills and capacity hinder water delivery in SA
- 'Top Gear' trio together again on IP TV
- Watch: Shaky landing as KLM B777 lands at Schiphol during storm
- Thigh reading: the latest body-positive trend to hit Instagram
- Parly committee encouraged by submissions on Expropriation Bill
Julius Malema's parliamentary office has been burgled and his Economic Freedom Fighters are pointing fingers at the ANC.
While Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela was cagey about the likely return of goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune and midfielder Mandla Masango, his new captain Siphiwe Tshabalala yesterday talked up the talent of the unsigned duo, whose acrimonious departure made headlines last month.
Gas shortages have created a new contraband for criminals.
Supporters of Oscar Pistorius have taken to Twitter, calling for messages of hope to be written to him ahead of his release from prison.