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SABC announces 'gender equity appointments'

The SABC on Thursday announced "strategic appointments in line with its commitment to gender equity".

Otto and Rowe share lead

A six-under-par 66 earned Lyle Rowe a share of the first-round lead at the Lion of Africa Cape Town Open.

Madonna in Malawi to launch children's hospital

Madonna is in the African country of Malawi for the first time since she had a falling out with the former president last year.

Malema rejects report, calls Zuma a criminal

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema defiantly called President Jacob Zuma a criminal on Thursday in the rowdy parliamentary debate on a report demanding the suspension of EFF MPs from the legislature.

Zimbabwe needs clarity of investment

Zimbabwe must provide "clarity" on its controversial indigenisation programme if it is to lure investors, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa told lawmakers on Thursday.

Ithuba awarded third lotto operating licence

Ithuba Holdings has been awarded the third licence to operate the National Lottery, the company said on Thursday.

Power supply is going to get tough warns Brown

When it comes to power supply, the next two years are going to be tough, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown warned on Thursday.

Steve Hofmeyr beaten by puppet in magistrate's court

The Randburg Magistrate's Court has set aside an interim protection order obtained by Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr against puppet Chester Missing.

EFF taunt ANC 'scourge', 'dictator wannabe' Zuma, Nkandla 'blight' before suspension debate

Ahead of their almost certain suspension from Parliament, the Economic Freedom Fighters on Thursday tabled motions and made statements taunting the ANC over Nkandla, Marikana, and the chaos in the legislature a fortnight ago.

ANC being 'held to ransom' by minority opposition: Masina

Troubles facing the ANC were a result of outside influences trying to destabilise the party, ANC Youth League convenor Mzwandile Masina said.

Eskom: Ashes to ashes

As Eskom fights to keep the lights on another power station is on the verge of collapse.

State's R62bn black hole

Irregular spending of public money by national and provincial government departments climbed from R27-billion in the year to March 2013 to more than R62-billion in the year to March.

We're in trouble, says Zuma

President Jacob Zuma has admitted that the ruling party is in trouble.

Crooks cash in on easy bank credit

Faceless, borderless criminals are raking in hundreds of millions in South Africa. And they are getting particularly good at a specific method.

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Bafana coach remains upbeat amid club vs country chaos

Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba on Thursday expressed confidence in the team he will field in Sunday's Nelson Mandela Challenge against an equally depleted Ivory Coast side.

Brazilian Brandao sentenced to a month in jail for head-butt

Bastia forward Brandao has been sentenced to one month in prison for headbutting Paris St Germain midfielder Thiago Motta, a French tribunal said on Thursday.

Afcon hosts Equatorial Guinea calls for calm amid Ebola fears

The head of Equatorial Guinea's Ebola control and prevention committee has called for calm amid fears of possible risks during the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) starting on January 17.

I'll retire if my Aces don't qualify for MTN8: Clive Barker

Despite a 2-1 loss to Wits in Nelspruit on Wednesday, Black Aces coach Clive Barker is convinced his team will finish in the top eight of the Premiership this season.

Manny of the masses: Pacquiao to sell mansion after neighbours complain about guests' clothes

World boxing champion Manny Pacquiao said Thursday he would sell his mansion in one of the Philippine capital's swankiest areas after his neighbours complained of his visitors wearing shabby clothing.

Malema rejects report, calls Zuma a criminal

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema defiantly called President Jacob Zuma a criminal on Thursday in the rowdy parliamentary debate on a report demanding the suspension of EFF MPs from the legislature.

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Three things people need to be happy at work

To feel engaged, employees want to be able to see how they fit into future, have sense of purpose, enjoy good relationships with managers, colleagues

Consumers warned on festive overspending

Thursday’s meeting of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries will be crucial for price movements over the short term

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