Thu Feb 11 06:17:08 SAST 2016
'When Zuma goes‚ you'll still be eating chicken feet and pap'

President Jacob Zuma was thronged during a walkabout in Marabastad‚ west of Pretoria‚ on Monday. .

Makhubele: rural girl now a top legal mind

Forty years ago, Gandlanani in the former homeland of Gazankulu was a village where girl children were not schooled, married off at 13 and subjected to extreme poverty. [5] comments

#SONA2016: What President Zuma needs to tell South Africa

Picture credit: Gallo Images South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma will give his 2016 State of the Nation Address on February 11 to outline key government business for the year ahead. [17] comments

Tshwane metro challenges DA to prove destruction of 600 graves in Pretoria East

Tshwane metropolitan municipality has berated Democratic Alliance’s Lex Middelberg for “callously” stirring up emotions to “score cheap political points” by claiming that the metro has desecrated 600 graves in Pretoria East Cemetery. [7] comments

'Our boss calls us baboons'

A worker at an aircraft services company has quit his job after his boss allegedly called him and his colleagues k****s and baboons. [69] comments

Report on probe into alleged xenophobic remarks by Zulu king being finalised

The South African Human Rights Commission says it is finalising its report on its investigation into complaints lodged against Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini for alleged xenophobic remarks made at a moral regeneration event in Pongola‚ northern KwaZulu-Natal‚ in March last year. [22] comments

DJ Donald Sebolai's mother being treated for stress

The mother of former radio DJ Donald Sebolai is taking medication to cope with the shock and stress of learning that her son killed his girlfriend. [19] comments

FULL LIST: ‘25 reasons why #Guptasmustgo’

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) on Wednesday released the full list of the “25 reasons why the Guptas must leave or be made to leave the country immediately #Guptasmustgo”. [80] comments

Public urged to play big role in choosing public protector

Public advocacy NGO Corruption Watch has launched a campaign to increase citizens' role in the appointment of the new public protector. [92] comments

Illness claims 'comforter': Leader of IPHC passes away

Khanya Mkangisa and Thando Thabethe urge you to ‘make your move’

Minnie Dlamini to host 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards

#FeesMustFall protester runs to Tshabalala during Chiefs, Wits clash (PHOTOS)

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Are you looking forward to the Constitutional Court outcome on the Nkandla case?