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Uber upset raises major concerns about the industry: iLIVE

Let’s be honest. Cabs were (and for some still are) a luxury. That is until Uber entered the scene, flooding the market with cheaper trips and literally 1000s of drivers.

MPs guard their positions by being loyal to party instead of Constitution: iLIVE

Following the Constitutional Court’s recent ruling, it strikes me that there is a fundamental flaw at the heart of our electoral system, which might explain how Parliament came to be in dereliction of its duty in the Zuma/Nkandla affair (and many others).

I'd like to challenge Ziyana Lategan's open letter: Prof Mandla Makhanya - iLIVE

The letter by Ziyana Lategan published in this space on Friday 18 March 2016 (An open letter to Unisa's Mandla Makhanya) cannot go unchallenged.
South Africa v Japan - IRB Rugby World Cup 2015 Pool B

Japan Ambassador says Brave Blossoms show how SA can rise through hard work: iLIVE

Shockwaves reverberated around the world as rugby fans, glued to their television screens, watched in awe as Japan beat South Africa in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Dear Proteas - you are a disgrace: iLIVE

Now I realise that above might sound like a harsh statement, especially coming from me.

Young African Leadership Initiative asks ANC to recall Zuma for 'betraying SA and party': iLIVE

The reckless replacement of the Finance Minister in the face of economic headwinds is irresponsible, irrational and unpatriotic; Zuma just delivered a worse life for all.

Grace Mugabe's misogynistic miniskirt madness un-African: iLIVE

Southern Africa leads the world when it comes to stories about transformation.

ANCYL needs sub-editors - read their statement on Paris attacks: iLIVE

The Afican (sic) National Congress Youth League  condemns in strong terms the terrorist attacks that took place in Paris, France.

2015 - when students taught academia the language of discontent: iLIVE

The year 2015 will forever be remembered as the year students in institutions of higher learning succeeded in using the academic landscape to address the language of discontent.

Hunters' claims of aiding conservation dubious: iLIVE

The oft asked question is: are trophy hunters protectors of biodiversity or are they heartless killers of defenceless wild animals?

0% and the rise of leaderless movements: iLIVE

In the past few weeks, South Africa has seen unprecedented protests. Students have marched on the Union Buildings, Luthuli House and Parliament consecutive; protests have touched almost every major city in the country.

Dear Mr Noah, saying apartheid seemed like fun at the time is not funny: iLIVE

You are a brilliant comedian and a very talented man. Congratulations on your new appointment.

#FeesMustFall heralds the rise of a new black resistance: iLIVE

When night fell on 23 October 2015 the meaning of resistance took a completely new meaning.

ANAs - Far from perfect, but worth the effort: iLIVE

The recent postponement of the 2015 Annual National Assessments (ANAs) has sparked a heated debate in South African education circles regarding the benefits and feasibility of such large scale assessments.

Managing migration, for the benefit of all: iLIVE

Between the violence against foreign shop-owners in Grahamstown and the scenes of Syrians arriving at Europe’s borders, it is clear that migration continues to be a policy issue that, quite literally, knows no borders.

South Africa needs faith, positive thinking, hard work, enthusiasm and compassion to grow economy and create a better life for all - Christo Wiese: iLIVE

Mr MC, Honoured guests. Ladies and Gentlemen. Recognition by one’s peers is a humbling experience.

China’s role in Africa: iLIVE

There is said to be an ancient Chinese curse that is intended to inflict on its victims a future of turbulence and danger. According to tradition, the curse is embedded in the phrase : “May you live in interesting times”.

Stripper knows - SA celebs 'all about buns, boobs, drugs, sex, wild threesomes': iLIVE

Right now I'm ROTFL (rolling on the floor laughing). Just finished reading about the AKA, Dj Zinhle and Bonang Matheba saga - and Proverb's wife cheating scandal changing into 50 shades of what the #@*.

Why is SAPS treating us like criminals, asks protesting student: iLIVE

South African Police Services what is your role? What is it that you stand for?

South African scientists unveil test-tube buffalo, plan IVF rhino

Almost 40 years after the first human test-tube baby was born, South African scientists have produced something bulkier: the first Cape buffalo brought into the world by in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

KwaZulu Natal health boss warns: Don't use herbal enemas

Children in KwaZulu-Natal are suffering from medical complications after being given herbal enemas.

Rivals chip in to help get NWU’s solar car to starting line after ‘freak accident’

The driver was unharmed‚ but the “injuries” to the solar car he was driving were feared to be “far worse”.

Yahoo hack hit 500 million users, likely 'state sponsored'

Yahoo said Thursday a massive attack on its network in 2014 allowed hackers to steal data from half a billion users and may have been "state sponsored."

ANC has been absorbed by the apartheid system it inherited: analyst

University of South Africa (Unisa) governance specialist Dumisani Hlophe said the African National Congress (ANC) has been swallowed by the apartheid system which it found in government.

Union resists bid to keep Motsoeneng at SABC

The Broadcasting‚ Electronic‚ Media and Allied Workers Union (Bemawu) has vowed to challenge any decision to keep Hlaudi Motsoeneng at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) as the board of the public broadcaster scrambles to keep him in his position.

Muthambi hasn’t ‘formally received’ SABC board letter about Motsoeneng’s reappointment

Communication Minister Faith Muthambi has not “formally received” a letter from the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board requesting that former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng be re-appointed in an acting capacity.

Cope to do a ‘frank and honest assessment’ after poll loses

The Congress of the People (Cope) has asked a professor‚ a political analyst and a trade unionist to help it unravel the reasons for its “massive loss of support”.

Voters should have punished government more in elections: Top politics prof

A leading academic has lamented the manner in which many South African voters fail to punish their local governments by voting for opposition parties during the recent elections.