Citizen

Prosecutor stumbles over Krejcir bail

Murder accused Radovan Krejcir’s application for bail – his fourth attempt – will continue in the Germiston Magistrate’s Court today after the state yesterday requested an adjournment. more ...

How to protect yourself from attacks on beaches

As reports of armed robberies are on the increase at the Brighton Beach police station in KwaZulu-Natal, police have offered guidelines to reduce the risk of being a victim....  more ...

Adam Lambert’s first love is music

It's been six years since Adam Lambert first made his appearance on the eighth season of American Idol.... more ...

Moshoeu’s ‘fraudulent’ business dealings in spotlight

Former Bafana Bafana midfielder John "Shoes" Moshoeu has not just left a lasting legacy in the football fraternity, but also on the business front, where he allegedly used an unregistered company to secure government tenders worth millions of rands.... more ...

New dance craze ‘Cava’ rocks Soshanguve

There is a new sex dance known as Cava that has emerged, with the latest show taking place in Soshanguve township, north of Pretoria.... more ...

Ntshangase to join Pirates

Orlando Pirates will soon unveil Siphelele Ntshangase as their latest addition. ... more ...

Khune still in marketplace

Bafana Bafana captain Itumeleng Khune says he is speaking to his agent everyday as he continues to look for a club to play for. Khune returned yesterday from international duty in Mauritius, where he skippered the team to a 2-0 win in a 2016 African Nations Championship (Chan) qualifier. ... more ...

Man sentenced to 38 years for rape of teenage stepdaughter

A 37-year-old man has been sentenced to 38 years in prison by the Pinetown Regional Court in KwaZulu-Natal on five counts of raping his teenage stepdaughter. more ...

British tourist double murder trial opens on Thai island

The high-profile trial of two Myanmar migrants charged with killing two British holidaymakers opened Wednesday on the holiday island of Koh Samui, in a grim case that has tarnished Thailand’s reputation as a tourist haven. more ...

Eskom suspend Head of Regulation

Eskom has suspended its head of regulation, Hasha Tlhotlhalemaje, who headed the ill-fated tariff application rejected by energy regulator Nersa last week, Moneyweb has learned....  more ...
Trade unions wage demands unaffordable – Gold producers
The wage demands tabled by four trade unions in the gold sector are unaffordable, gold producing companies said on Wednesday.... more ...
Greece given Sunday deadline for debt deal
European leaders gave debt-stricken Athens a final deadline of Sunday to reach a new bailout deal and avoid crashing out of the euro, after Greek voters rejected international creditors' plans in a weekend referendum.... more ...
Samwu to send report to members
The South African Municial Workers Union (Samwu) will in the next few days be sending out a report released by a facilitator to its members, following conciliation efforts which lasted three days.... more ...
Europe demands new Greek debt plan at crisis summit
European leaders warned Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to submit new bailout proposals at an emergency summit on Tuesday or risk leaving the euro, after Greeks defiantly voted 'No' to further austerity.... more ...

Residents baulk at return to high-rise flats after Nepal quake

His luxury flat had views of the Himalayas to make the heart soar but Dan Bahadur Budhathoki is going to take some persuading to move back into Kathmandu's 17-storey Park View Horizon apartment block....  more ...
British tourist double murder trial opens on Thai island
The high-profile trial of two Myanmar migrants charged with killing two British holidaymakers opened Wednesday on the holiday island of Koh Samui, in a grim case that has tarnished Thailand's reputation as a tourist haven.... more ...
UN divided on calling Srebrenica ‘genocide’ 20 years on
The UN Security Council has postponed a vote recognising the Srebrenica massacre as genocide after Russia threatened to veto the draft text, even as Serbia's prime minister called for reconciliation 20 years after the slaughter.... more ...
Pope urges dialogue, launches environmental SOS in Ecuador
Pope Francis called for dialogue in front of nearly one million people at an outdoor mass in Ecuador's capital, before launching an appeal for better care of the Amazon.... more ...
Flood of Londoners take to boats to escape rising housing costs
Rocketing housing costs in Britain's capital have fuelled a surge in Londoners seeking cheaper accommodation on boats, with increased numbers putting pressure on the city's historic network of rivers and canals.... more ...

Ntshangase to join Pirates

Orlando Pirates will soon unveil Siphelele Ntshangase as their latest addition. ...  more ...
De Villiers to serve one-match suspension
Castle Lager Proteas captain, AB de Villiers, has been handed a one-match suspension for maintaining a slow over-rate during the Proteas’ ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in March.... more ...
Mayweather stripped of WBO welterweight belt
Floyd Mayweather was Monday stripped by the World Boxing Organization of the welterweight world title he won by beating Manny Pacquiao two months ago in what was dubbed "the fight of the century".... more ...
SA juniors Sinclair and Boshoff impress in USA
Ross Sinclair from Gauteng North claimed a two stroke victory in his second start on the American Junior Golf Association’s Junior Tour this June, while compatriot Paul Boshoff took a top three finish in his second event in the USA on Sunday.... more ...
SA cruise home in second Bangladesh T20
Spinners Eddie Leie and Aaron Phangiso shared six wickets between them as South Africa thrashed Bangladesh by 31 runs in the second Twenty20 international to take the two-match series 2-0 in Dhaka Tuesday.... more ...

Adam Lambert’s first love is music

It's been six years since Adam Lambert first made his appearance on the eighth season of American Idol....  more ...
South Africans steadily going digital – SAIRR
People in South Africa and the rest of the world are increasingly going digital, be it for business or leisure, according to a study by the SA Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR).... more ...
J’Something launches What’s for Dinner show
New ‘celebrity chef’, J’Something, is teaming up with some of SA’s supermoms and celebrities to look at some of the common situations women are faced with in the kitchen on a daily basis.... more ...
Joe Mafela wins at the Savanna Comics’ Choice Awards
Popular Chicken Licken jingle "It's good, good, good, it's good it's nice" greeted Joe Mafela, stalwart of quirky TV adverting, when he received his lifetime achievement award at the Savanna Comics' Choice Awards media bash last week.... more ...
New dance craze ‘Cava’ rocks Soshanguve
There is a new sex dance known as Cava that has emerged, with the latest show taking place in Soshanguve township, north of Pretoria.... more ...