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Mbalula issues stern warning to ANCYL members

ANC Youth League national task team convener Fikile Mbalula has issued a stern warning to league members attending the elective congress, saying “bare bums” and “drunkenness” will not be allowed. more ...
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NWest community wins court battle against mine company

The North West High Court in Mahikeng has ordered the Pilanesberg Platinum Mines to stop its operations on Wilgespruit 2JQ farm, where community members have resisted payments to move and make way for mining....  more ...

Mpumalanga student robbed by ‘false prophet’

A case of robbery is under investigation after a woman was approached by a man who said he was a prophet, but ended up robbing her of her belongings in Witbank, Mpumalanga. more ...

Mandela grandson’s bail conditions amended

The bail conditions of the rape-accused grandson of former president Nelson Mandela were amended in the Johannesburg Magistrates’ Court on Friday. more ...

Mandela grandson’s bail conditions amended

The bail conditions of the rape-accused grandson of former president Nelson Mandela were amended in the Johannesburg Magistrates’ Court on Friday.... more ...

PE to host MTN8 final

The MTN8 final between Kaizer Chiefs and Ajax Cape Town will be held on September 19 at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth, the Premier Soccer League confirmed on Friday.... more ...

Mabokgwane: competition is good

Bafana Bafana and Black Aces goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane is delighted at the prospect of starting for the national team against Mauritania on Saturday in their 2017 Afcon Qualifier.... more ...

Phiyega asks for more time to react to Zuma

Embattled national police commissioner Riah Phiyega late last month told President Jacob Zuma she needed more time and clarity to make representations to him on why she should not be suspended pending the outcome of an inquiry into her fitness for office, the presidency said on Thursday.... more ...

Lekota slates ‘ridiculous’ court bid to stop Boks

The president and leader of the Congress of the People (Cope) Mosiuoa Lekota, rubbished an attempt to stop the Springboks from going to the Rugby World Cup due to a lack of transformation. ... more ...

Father of three-year old Aylan returns to Kobane to bury family

The father of a three-year-old Syrian boy whose body washed up on a Turkish beach in an image that shocked the world returned Friday to his hometown of Kobane in Syria to bury his family. more ...

China’s Bohai to buy jet lessor Avolon in $7.6 bn deal

Chinese leasing company Bohai will buy Irish jet lessor Avolon in a deal that values the company at $7.6 billion, according to a statement, as Beijing pushes its companies to search overseas for future growth. more ...

SA mining is ‘a black hole’

South African miners’ inability to contain costs means they’re laggards in a global sector that is squeezing out very little and diminishing in value, a new Boston Consulting Group (BCG) report says....  more ...
NWest community wins court battle against mine company
The North West High Court in Mahikeng has ordered the Pilanesberg Platinum Mines to stop its operations on Wilgespruit 2JQ farm, where community members have resisted payments to move and make way for mining.... more ...
Anglo American in talks to sell platinum mines
Mining giant Anglo American has opened talks to sell platinum mines in South Africa to Sibanye Gold, the country's biggest producer of gold, as the platinum industry struggles with falling prices and industrial unrest.... more ...
Petmin expects earnings surge
Leading producer of metallurgical anthracite, Petmin expected headline earnings per share for the year to end-June to rise 60 % to around 24 cents after a solid performance at its Somkhele mine.... more ...
African ministers and ICT pledge for vibrant internet Ecosystem
The information society which encompasses information and communication technologies, including Internet, medias, broadcasting and postal services, represents one the most vibrant social and economic activities of this century”.... more ...

Father of three-year old Aylan returns to Kobane to bury family

The father of a three-year-old Syrian boy whose body washed up on a Turkish beach in an image that shocked the world returned Friday to his hometown of Kobane in Syria to bury his family....  more ...
IS blows up tower tombs at Syria’s Palmyra: antiquities chief
Jihadists of the Islamic State group have blown up three of the famed tower tombs of Syria's ancient desert city of Palmyra, the country's antiquities chief said Friday.... more ...
EU under pressure to agree refugee quotas as ministers meet
EU countries were set to try to bridge differences on Europe's escalating migrant crisis at a foreign ministers' meeting Friday, with the shocking image of a dead Syrian toddler washed up on a beach driving calls for binding refugee quotas.... more ...
New York cabs get smart in battle with Uber
As New York taxi drivers face surging competition from smartphone cab services, the traditional taxi force in the city that never sleeps is preparing to push back against the likes of Uber.... more ...
Guatemala swears in new president as ex-leader detained
Guatemala's Congress swore in a new president as disgraced former leader Otto Perez was ordered detained to prevent him becoming a fugitive from justice in the Central American nation's long-running corruption saga.... more ...

Shabba – Hard work is paying off

Siphiwe Tshabalala has put Kaizer Chiefs’ early success this season down to yet more hard graft, as they prepare to take on Ajax Cape Town in the MTN8 final on September 19....  more ...
Hockey semi-finalists decided
The men’s inter-provincial hockey tournament is reaching a climax at the Tuks Astro in Pretoria with the semi-finalists decided after five days of play in Pools A and B.... more ...
Mabokgwane: competition is good
Bafana Bafana and Black Aces goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane is delighted at the prospect of starting for the national team against Mauritania on Saturday in their 2017 Afcon Qualifier.... more ...
Serena, Djokovic, Nadal seek US Open last 16 spots
History-chasing Serena Williams tries to recover from a poor serving performance and reach the US Open fourth round Friday while Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal also seek last-16 berths.... more ...
Lekota slates ‘ridiculous’ court bid to stop Boks
The president and leader of the Congress of the People (Cope) Mosiuoa Lekota, rubbished an attempt to stop the Springboks from going to the Rugby World Cup due to a lack of transformation. ... more ...

‘I’m not retiring any time soon’- Hugh Masekela

Hugh Masekela is one of the country’s most renowned musicians, but he’s only performed at one event in SA since the beginning of the year....  more ...
Jaguar XE has grace, space and pace
I am not sure Jaguar created the category, but the arrival of the Mk II in 1959 certainly changed people’s perception of what a medium size sedan could be. ... more ...
8 reasons to get Digital Edge 
As we all try to grapple with content for a digital world- whether in a creative or corporate capacity, Digital Edge is this season’s hot ticket.... more ...
Jukebox Thursday: The Clive Naidoo Bloubosrand remix
The internet has a way of turning serious matters into something to lighten up your day.... more ...
Big Brother’s NtombAce return to screen 
Big Brother Mzansi winners Ntombifuthi "Ntombi" Tshabalala and Nkanyiso "Ace" Khumalo will be back on TV tonight.... more ...