Live report: Wits University march to begin

Students had organised buses for the masses of students expected to join the march to the The Chamber of Mines offices.

Wits University students in the Fees Must Fall movement were gathered at the Solomon Mahlangu Hall at the main Braamfontein campus, preparing to march to The Chamber of Mines offices.

Live report: Wits University march to begin

Live report: Wits University march to begin

Students had organised buses for the masses of students expected to join the march to the The Chamber of Mines offices.

ANC and DA spend more money on their salary bills – report

ANC and DA spend more money on their salary bills – report

A report shows that the country’s biggest political parties spend more money paying off salaries.
Is Hlaudi’s mom Zuma’s sangoma?

Is Hlaudi’s mom Zuma’s sangoma?

A rumour that’s been around for years is that it’s not only Motsoeneng’s ‘good brain’ and political network that got him this far…
Five facts you need to know about Hlaudi’s new post

Five facts you need to know about Hlaudi’s new post

Everything you need to know about Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s controversial appointment that was announced recently.
Helen Zille wants stadium to be named after Van Niekerk

Helen Zille wants stadium to be named after Van Niekerk

Premier Zille says the Olympic champion has achieved ‘extraordinary’ feats and deserves to be honoured.
Watch: Right2Know calls for SABC boycott

Watch: Right2Know calls for SABC boycott

Freedom of speech activists are calling on advertisers and South Africans in general to stand up against the SABC and Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Why Mdu Masilela is SA’s ‘uncle bae’

Why Mdu Masilela is SA’s ‘uncle bae’

Let’s be real, we haven’t been checking for Mdu Masilela in a while, but since his reappearance, we couldn’t help but notice how good he looked.

Modelling agency boss trial postponed to November for judgment

The state is confident there is enough evidence to convict the former modelling agency boss ahead of the November ruling.

Education and vaccination are vital to eliminating Rabies

In Gauteng, there have been 38 positive cases of Rabies from April to August.

Blood shortage not caused by #FeesMustFall protest, says SANBS

The SANBS now has a blood supply of only 1.9 days, instead of 5 days, as it is supposed to be.

2017 MINI John Cooper Works Clubman is biggest top athlete

Compact performance just got better, as new Works zooms in on racing passion.

BMW, Audi, Mercedes want to build cars that talk

If automakers succeed with the deal, other companies could jump on board to help the cause.

Merger with SABMiller one step closer

The AB InBev chief executive said he was pleased at the vote, which brought the merger one step closer.

Mbalula ‘offered Emtee R800K to compose Minnie Dlamini song’

Minnie has set the record straight on the allegation that the minister paid the ‘Pearl Thusi’ hitmaker money to write a song about her.

Health MEC under fire over appointment of hospital cleaner

The woman was appointed as a cleaner at KwaMhlanga Hospital at the beginning of this month.

your life

Ten holiday season travelling tips

This can go a long way to ensuring you and your family stay safe.

Mbalula ‘offered Emtee R800K to compose Minnie Dlamini song’

Minnie has set the record straight on the allegation that the minister paid the ‘Pearl Thusi’ hitmaker money to write a song about her.

Why Mdu Masilela is SA’s ‘uncle bae’

Let’s be real, we haven’t been checking for Mdu Masilela in a while, but since his reappearance, we couldn’t help but notice how good he looked.

Cassper, Black Coffee receive MTV Europe Music Awards nod

It seems things are only getting better for these two, as they prepare for Europe and hopefully to bring back that award.

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Mobara carrying a shoulder injury

The team is yet to confirm how serious Mobara’s injury is.

Hlatshwayo positive of Sundowns defeat

Bidvest Wits skipper Thulani Hlatshwayo backs his team to beat Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 final.

Mlambo – Anything is possible

Bidvest Wits midfielder Xola Mlambo is delighted to be playing in his first cup final, when the Clever Boys take on Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 at Mbombela Stadium on Saturday.

Manyama confident of Cape Town City’s rise

Cape Town City captain Lebohang Manyama says there is still a lot of work they need to do for the team to perform at its best.

sport

SA looking to govern run rate better

Against Ireland in Benoni last weekend, South Africa scored just 51 runs in the 10 overs between the 30th and 40th overs, going from 187 for one to 238 for three.

Van der Burgh cleared to take banned substance – Fancy Bears

The former 100m breaststroke world record holder was among the latest group of athletes listed on the Fancy Bears website at the weekend.

Boks resume their preparations

The Springboks received a clean bill of health of Monday in Fourways as they started their preparations for the Rugby Championship Test against Australia at Loftus on Saturday.

Golf legend Arnold Palmer dies at 87

One of the big three names from golfing heritage, ‘The King’, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus’ rival, passed on on Sunday.

business

The deadly reality of illegal mining

WARNING: HIGHLY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING PHOTOS. What’s going on in the country’s abandoned mines will blow your mind.

ArcerlorMittal SA announces terms of B-BBEE deal

South Africa’s largest steel producer ArcerlorMittal says it has started on a path of B-BBEE transformation in all aspects of its business.

MTN denies claim it moved $14bn illegally from Nigeria

‘The allegations made against MTNN are completely unfounded and without any merit.’ – MTNN chief executive Ferdi Moolman

What happens to the index when SABMiller goes?

And how do index trackers have to respond?

world

MH17 downed by missile transported from Russia: inquiry

The missile which brought down Flight MH17 two years ago over eastern Ukraine was transported into the area from Russia, a Dutch-led investigation found Wednesday.

Bombings kill at least 17 in Baghdad – officials

Bombings targeting shopping areas in Shiite districts of the Iraqi capital on Tuesday killed at least 17 people and wounded more than 50, security and medical officials said.

Saudi petition seeks ‘full’ rights for women

Saudi Arabia has some of the world’s tightest restrictions on women, and is the only country where they are not allowed to drive.

12 Afghan troops killed while sleeping in ‘insider attack’

The incident occurred just after midnight on the outskirts of Kunduz city, which was briefly captured by the Taliban last year in a blow to Afghan forces.

opinion

Students are at the crossroads

It is for the youth of South Africa to use the freedoms they enjoy wisely or abuse the trust handed down to them.

Zuma, Hlaudi should get 0%

At a time when university funding is in the spotlight, Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Jacob Zuma stand out. Both lack formal tertiary education. Neither is short of money.

Clinton, Trump: heed JFK lesson

US presidential contenders Clinton and Trump would do well to heed the lessons of fairly recent American history ahead of election day.

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