South Africa

South Africa: If We Don’t Fix South Africa Soon We’ll All Go Down With It

We cannot continue to obsess about leaked emails and the endless power struggles of ANC factions while our...

South Africa: Seven Years Since Marikana Massacre and Still No Justice Says Rights Institute

Striking Lonmin miners gather on a hill near the Marikana mine before the shooting in 2012 (file photo)....

South Africa: Three Alleged Rhino Horn Syndicate Masterminds Arrested

Three suspects, believed to be the masterminds behind an alleged rhino horn syndicate, are expected to appear in...

South Africa: ‘Noot Vir Noot’ Is Back With a New Host and a New Look

Cape Town — The much-anticipated return of SABC2's longest-running game show, Noot vir Noot, kicks off on Thursday,...

Tanzania, South Africa On Plans to Boost Tourism Via Tazara

Dar es Salaam — Tanzania and South Africa have embarked on a plan to transform the tourism sectorboth...

South Africa: Dagga Discovered Hidden in Tyres

Alertness by Nakop Border Police led to the discovery of dagga which was hidden in two tyres yesterday,...

South Africa: Stellenbosch ‘Hit-and-Run’ Accused Still Intends Pleading Not Guilty

A man caught on CCTV driving over a security guard in Stellenbosch still intends pleading not guilty to...

South Africa: Joza SAPS Seek Missing Woman

Joza SAPS are searching for Ndileka Tshunungwa who went missing after she was discharged from the local hospital...

South Africa: Transformation Focus for UCT Rowers

The University of Cape Town's (UCT) Rowing Club has joined forces with the Spirit Education Foundation in a...

South Africa: Police Operations Yield Results

Police officers at KwaMsane were conducting stop and search operations in the early hours of this morning, when...

South Africa: UCT Bio-Brick On Show At Vienna Museum

It may not be the prettiest showpiece at the MAK Design Lab in the Austrian Museum for Applied...

South Africa: Reward Offered to Trace a Missing Person

The police in Kimberley are offering a cash reward for any positive information that can lead to the...

South Africa: Minister Bheki Cele Visits Masoyi Area As Part of Outreach and Strengthening the War Against Crime

Media invite: Minister of Police General Bheki Cele will visit the Masoyi area and surroundings on Friday Minister...

South Africa: ‘It’s a Tough Road We’re Walking’ – Sisters in Decades-Old Indecent Assault Matter After Postponement

The trial of two men embroiled in decades-old indecent assault allegations can only be heard in December after...

South Africa: Heightened Operations At Borders

An operation conducted on 12 August 2019 by Emanguzi police, led to the arrest of 11 undocumented persons,...

South Africa: ‘When Our Children Say They Don’t Want Foreigners Around, There Is Nothing I Can Do to Help’ – Elderly Soweto Resident

An elderly property owner says she has no other choice but to support residents calling on foreigners to...

South Africa: Releasing Rohde On Bail Would Make ‘Mockery of Criminal Justice System’ – Judge

The Western Cape High Court on Thursday dismissed convicted killer Jason Rohde's argument that he needed time out...

South Africa: If There Is Evidence of Wrongdoing By a Judge, Lodge a Complaint – Judiciary

If anyone has evidence of any wrongdoing by a judge, they should lodge a complaint with the Judicial...

South Africa: ‘He Hates Black People’ – Investigating Officer Cites Racism As Motive for Stompiesfontein Farm Murder

"He hates black people." That was the motive put forward by the investigating officer in the Delmas Regional...

South Africa: Still No Data Showing 800,000 Nigerians Live in South Africa

New reports of hostility and violence targeting migrants have prompted the National Association of Nigerian Students to protest...

South Africa: Electoral Act Infringes On a Person’s Right to Run for Elections Independently, Concourt Hears

Applicants in the New Nation Movement's bid to allow for an independent candidate to run for elections argue...

South Africa: Mkhwebane’s Records On Ramaphosa Campaign Donations to Remain Sealed

The evidence relied on by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane in her investigation of President Cyril Ramaphosa will remain...

South Africa: Sharks Pick Uncapped Flyhalf for Lions Trip

Durban — The Sharks have named uncapped flyhalf Boeta Chamberlain in their line-up for Sunday's Currie Cup clash...

South Africa: Environmental Engineer With Flair for Art Receives Italian Knighthood

Cape Town — Professor Cristina Trois, the University of KwaZulu-Natal's (UKZN) first woman professor, first dean of engineering...

Africa: Cyril Ramaphosa Wins Key Court Battle Over Allegations of Illegal Campaign Funding

The affair concerns a huge undeclared campaign donation worth half a million rand (€29,000) he received from the...

South Africa: ‘Never Take Anything for Granted’ – Meghan Cremer’s Loved Ones Gather to Remember Her

Friends and family of Meghan Cremer remembered the avid horse rider at a private memorial service on Wednesday....

South Africa: ‘Arise, Sir Trois’ – UKZN Professor Knighted!

Professor Cristina Trois, UKZN based South African Research Chair (SARCHi) in Waste and Climate Change, has been awarded...

South Africa: These 7 Companies Have Been Pegged As SA’s Next Heavy Hitters

Seven majority black-owned small businesses have been selected as winners of the CEO Circle Entrepreneurs Award for being...

South Africa: Moyo vs Old Mutual – 5 Reasons Why the Corporate Warfare Continues

The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg will on Friday hear round two of the legal battle between on-and-off...

South Africa: State Worker Pension Fund Could Take a R12 Billion Hit From Steinhoff Share Collapse

The bruising loss could have been minimised if the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) hadn't sold its derivative insurance...

South Africa: Tobacco Boss Critical Following Apparent Assassination Attempt

Simon Rudland, co-owner of Gold Leaf Tobacco Corporation and member of Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association (FITA), was...

South Africa’s 2019 Poll Showed Dangerous Signs of ‘Insiders’ and ‘Outsiders’

The general election in South Africa in May conveyed mixed messages: one was that democracy is maturing, the...

South Africa: Drunk Workers Shown the Door Thanks to This Unmanned Breathalyser Test

A locally developed unmanned breathalyser unit not only prevents intoxicated workers from entering the workplace, it also helps...

South Africa: Foreign Shops Looted in Soweto

Television coverage of the looting of shops in Soweto on August 14, 2019. Foreign shops were targeted in...

South Africa: Former EFF Members Launch New Party – Malema Finds It Amusing, Shivambu Calls It ‘Desperation’

Former members of the Economic Freedom Fighters launched a new political party on Wednesday, drawing a mixed reaction...

South Africa: Gauteng DA Launches Petition to ‘Save Jozi Mayor’, As Mashaba Faces Another No Confidence Motion

The DA in Gauteng has come out in support of "strong and capable leader" Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba,...

South Africa: ‘It’s Disgusting’ – Co-Accused of Nurse Who Allegedly Forced Woman to Eat Faeces Deny Involvement

Photo: Supplied Elizabeth Williams, who was arrested and charged after a video surfaced of her allegedly forcing a...

South Africa: Ramaphosa’s Campaign Bank Statements Obtained From FIC, Says Public Protector’s Office

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's office has confirmed to News24 the bank statements she had relied on in her...

South Africa: Springbok Women Hopeful About Rugby World Cup Spot

Cape Town — Springbok Women's assistant coach Lungisa Kama said on Wednesday the team were enjoying their rugby...

South Africa: When Money Under the Mattress Is Just Not Good Enough

It is difficult to stay invested in markets amid such uncertainty, but for investors willing to do so,...