DA a bunch of plagiarists – ANC

ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has charged that the DA has ‘stolen Mandela’.

At the DA's final election rally in Soweto, Gauteng, on Saturday, leader Mmusi Maimane continued the party's campaigning line that former president Nelson Mandela would have been a DA supporter were he still alive today.

DA a bunch of plagiarists – ANC

DA a bunch of plagiarists – ANC

ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has charged that the DA has ‘stolen Mandela’.

Zuma ‘applying for Nkandla home loan’

Zuma ‘applying for Nkandla home loan’

According to a report, the president has approached a black-owned bank for the R7.8m the Concourt ordered him to pay back.
I don’t have Aids, I’m just thinner – Malema

I don’t have Aids, I’m just thinner – Malema

In the wake of stigmatising speculation, the EFF leader says he’s prepared to take a public test to prove he’s as healthy and virile as ever.
Malema: The EFF is an unstoppable train

Malema: The EFF is an unstoppable train

The party has said it’s targeting the 2019 elections, so the number of wards it wins on Wednesday is immaterial. ‘But I can tell you, we are going to increase,’ said Malema.
History against Lions in Super final against Hurricanes

History against Lions in Super final against Hurricanes

South Africa’s Golden Lions face a daunting trip across the Indian Ocean to win their first-ever Super Rugby title in New Zealand after ousting defending champions Otago Highlanders this weekend.
Facebook doesn’t think ‘Mmusi slave painting’ is porn

Facebook doesn’t think ‘Mmusi slave painting’ is porn

A user, who ‘laughed and laughed’ when he saw it, reported the painting of three DA members in their birthday suits – just to see what Facebook might say about it.
Ramaphosa leads ANC Tshwane campaign trail

Ramaphosa leads ANC Tshwane campaign trail

The ANC was assured of the votes of dwellers in two homesteads in the Temba area, north of the City of Tshwane.

‘Multiple’ victims in Texas shooting: police

Police in Austin, Texas said that an “active shooter” had on Sunday caused “multiple victims,” with local media reports saying that at least one person was dead.

Solidarity, SAPS reach settlement on promotions

Earlier this year, the Labour Court found that the SAPS’s previous employment equity plan was unlawful and invalid.

Supporters arrive in Braam for ANC rally

Dressed in their yellow and green T-shirts, supporters and members danced and chanted liberation songs in the early-morning cold.

Shut up, Malema! – Arthur Mafokate

The Nguye Lo hit maker says the EFF leader should leave music to the musicians and instead focus on elections.

Mexican inmates use tattoo skills for purse designs

Sitting in a Mexican prison’s library, murder convict David Guzman tattooed a skull on a leather patch for a designer handbag to be sold in a luxury shop.

Philippine crime war packs decaying jails

Mario Dimaculangan shares a toilet with 130 other inmates in one of the Philippines’ most overcrowded jails, and conditions are getting worse as police wage an unprecedented war on crime.

Corpses, excrement, litter: welcome to Rio Olympic sailing venue

When Olympic sailors compete in Rio the cameras will show a made-for-television scene of sparkling tropical waters and mountains. Luckily, the billions of viewers won’t catch the revolting stink.

Two boys hit by car after falling from bicycles in Durban

It was understood that the boys were riding their bicycles when they fell and a car hit them.

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Shut up, Malema! – Arthur Mafokate

The Nguye Lo hit maker says the EFF leader should leave music to the musicians and instead focus on elections.

WATCH: AKA gets Nomzamo dancing

The beautiful Nomzamo Mbatha is clearly a bit of a Supa Mega fan as she gets down to his music while on set.

Thembi Seete kick-starts ‘Rolling with celebs in cars’

Thembi Seete kick-starts our latest video chat into gear.

‘Rolling with Celebrities in Cars’ breaks mould

‘Rolling with Celebrities in Cars’ brings a twist to celebrity interviews.

sport

Bok training squad named

No Emirates Lions or overseas-based players were considered.

Super Rugby final kickoff time confirmed

After the completion of the two Super Rugby semi-finals on Saturday, the composition of the Super Rugby 2016 Final has been determined.

Blow by blow: Pirates vs Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates have battled it out for the Carling Black Label Champion Cup at the FNB Stadium, with Chiefs emerging the victors, 2-0.

Olympic athletes shine at SA Champs

The athletes are in the final stages of their preparation for next month’s Rio Games.

business

Saatchi chairman put on leave over sexism comments

French advertising giant Publicis put the chairman of its Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency on leave on Saturday, after he said the debate on gender bias in the industry was “all over”.

How the Little Shop is helping Checkers’ big shop

The retailer seems to be winning the supermarket battle of the freebies hands down.

FSB is ‘looking into’ JSE trading data blooper

The regulator is concerned about how the JSE lost track of R135bn.

With new US factory, Daimler skirts tariffs…and unions

German automaker Daimler AG broke ground this week on a $500 million plant in Charleston, South Carolina to build vans, with the company hoping at last to avoid steep US import tariffs.

world

Armenian gunmen ‘freed all hostages’ in lengthy stand-off

Gunmen locked in a lengthy stand-off with police in Armenia have released their last two hostages, an official said Sunday, after a fresh night of protests shook the capital Yerevan.

‘Multiple’ victims in Texas shooting: police

Police in Austin, Texas said that an “active shooter” had on Sunday caused “multiple victims,” with local media reports saying that at least one person was dead.

Snow City the new hot ticket in the Saudi capital

Having to wear ski jackets in Riyadh is unheard of, but a new snow park in the Saudi capital has made them a must despite outside temperatures exceeding 45 Celsius.

16 killed in Texas hot air balloon crash: reports

Sixteen people were killed when a hot air balloon crashed in a fiery blaze on a rural field in central Texas, authorities told local media, one of the deadliest such accidents in history.

opinion

Sell-out crowd is the Zamalek way

On the one hand, the Carling Black Label Cup is a match that is easily denigrated, a game to make the purist cringe and the cynic seethe.

SA’s Houdini, Zuma, to surprise again?

President Jacob Zuma may be grinning and bearing it, but even though he’s a hopeless statesman, he’s not a hopeless strategist.

Why I will vote

I am quite aware that lives were lost for me to partake in any election in this country.

Brazen robberies threaten security

There have been reports of robbers brazenly attacking police stations to steal weapons.

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