NPA subpoena ‘desperate attempt’ to prop up prosecution against Gordhan‚ organisations say

A subpoena issued by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to the Government Pensions Administration Agency has been described as a desperate attempt to prop up the prosecution of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

Parliament protesters speak in aftermath of clash with police

Burning rubbish‚ smashed shop windows and roads littered with rocks were left behind in the aftermath of clashes between protesters and police outside parliament in Cape Town on Wednesday afternoon.

Much of growing expenditure on higher education poured into largely dysfunctional SETAS and under-performing technical colleges

Expenditure on post-school education and training over the past five years has grown much faster than any other budget‚ however‚ much of this has been poured into largely dysfunctional SETAs and under-performing technical colleges.

Sexwale launches probes into claims that Trillian knew of Nene’s axing

Tokyo Sexwale said that he has launched an “independent investigation” to “test the veracity of allegations” that people within Trillian Capital Partners knew of the axing of former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene two months before it happened.

Read my statement before you accuse me of double standards‚ Ramaphosa tells Youth League

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has hit back at African National Congress Youth League secretary-general Njabulo Nzuza who accused him of having double standards.

Fiery protest at Johannesburg's Sun City prison

Sentenced inmates at Johannesburg Central Prison‚ also known as Sun City‚ started fires in two sections of the correctional facility on Wednesday to vent their dissatisfaction over their conditions - including having to sleep on chipboard‚ toilets and in passages due to overcrowding.

Economic gender parity nearly two centuries off, WEF finds

Progress in closing the global workplace gender gap is slowing dramatically, according to a World Economic Forum study, with a notable exception in Rwanda, a country still emerging from the aftermath of genocide that has become the world's leader on equal pay.

Power Report: Why local companies need to listen to consumers

If there's one thing this job has revealed, it's what consumers want, or more to the point, what they don't want. It's much the same thing people want from all their relationships: honesty, respect and fair play. I have to wonder why it seems so hard for so many businesses to get it right.

Mata sinks Man City, West Ham stun Chelsea in League Cup

Juan Mata's second-half strike earned Manchester United a 1-0 win over holders Manchester City on Wednesday as Jose Mourinho's side bounced back to reach the English Football League Cup quarter-finals.

Wits snatch maximum points against Ajax in Cape Town

Bidvest Wits came from behind to snatch all three points away and plunge Ajax Cape Town into further crisis with a 2-1 victory that empahsised their early season title credentials.

'Minister Wodumo' Mbalula roasts Kaizer Chiefs boss Motaung on stage

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula had a whale of a time roasting Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung for the popular club's inability to win the African Champions League.

Proteas' coach Domingo keeps his job‚ but new contract raises questions

SA’s results this season have prompted Cricket SA (CSA) to extend Russell Domingo’s contract as coach of the national team.

Continental celebrities Sundowns were even invited to a wedding in Cairo after winning Champions League

Mamelodi Sundowns and the remaining 50 of their 140 travelling fans enjoyed a quiet flight back home‚ the satisfaction of being African champions just three days old and mulling through their sweet dreams.