Fri Aug 01 09:48:05 SAST 2014
Kalawa Jazmee does it for Madiba (PHOTOS)

Record label Kalawa Jazmee musicians and staff paid a visit to the Doug Whitehead School in honour o.

Dalindyebo not co-operative king: Abathembu

"We have sent emissaries consisting of elders of the family in an attempt to convince the king to change his behaviour not befitting a king and avoid transgressing on our customs and bringing the nation into disrepute." [67] comments

'Oscar's house sold'

The house in which the paralympian shot dead his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day last year was bought by Louwtjie Louwrens who planned to retire there with his family. [0] comments

NSPCA considers charging giraffe driver

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) is considering laying charges against the driver transporting the giraffe that died in Gauteng on Thursday. [0] comments

'Nxasana not suspended'

National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head Mxolisi Nxasana has not been suspended, the NPA said on Friday. [0] comments

'Intelligentsia needed to help Africa'

Former president Thabo Mbeki has suggested that African intelligentsia be brought back into crucial processes, as was the case in the 1960s and 70s, to help with the continent's "pressing strategic" problems. [0] comments

Brickz rape case continues

Ndlovu, known as Brickz in the music industry, was arrested in November for allegedly raping a 17-year-old girl. The rape reportedly occurred in March last year. [9] comments

Pretoria road rage being investigated

Eyewitness News reported that the assault occurred on Wednesday at the intersection, where a 65-year-old man was allegedly punched in the face several times by another man. [26] comments

EFF overalls more important than economy?

MTN8 set up to deliver thrills

Ebola: How to protect yourself against the deadly disease

'Celebrate women's month'

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Joburg school kids wreaked havoc in the CBD as they marched for tablets to be installed at their schools. What are your thoughts on this?