Fri May 26 13:09:15 SAST 2017
Brian Molefe sworn in at parliament, Thursday 23 February 2017.
Picture: PARLIAMENTRSA/Puzi
'I never resigned' - Molefe

Embattled Eskom CEO Brian Molefe was considered to be on “unpaid leave” after his initial resignatio.

Suspects in court over hijacking of deputy justice minister

Four men arrested in connection with the hijacking and abduction of deputy justice minister Thabang Makwetla appeared in the Randburg Magistrate’s court on Friday.

Princess loses bid to be the queen - Masindi sought to unseat her uncle as Venda monarch

A Venda princess has lost a protracted battle to claim the kingship of her people at the expense of the incumbent, King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana.

Deputy competition commissioner robbed at gunpoint

Deputy competition commissioner Hardin Ratshisusu was robbed at gunpoint on Thursday night as he was returning home from OR Tambo International Airport‚ officials said on Friday.

Crew strike costs SAA R31.8m

The one-day strike by South African Airways (SAA) cabin crew staff over meal allowances cost the troubled national carrier about R32-million due to the cancellation of flights.

Mayor held on to his faith during capture

The North West mayor who was held hostage for eight hours on Wednesday night says his belief in God kept his spirits high during his ordeal at the hands of his captors.

'Take down the president before he takes the country down' - Save SA campaign

South Africa can no longer ignore the urgent need for a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture‚ the Save SA campaign said on Friday.

No room for dictators like Mugabe in Africa

President Jacob Zuma and the aged Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe are dictators, they must go.

New sports minister focuses on schools - Training the trainers and talent scouts

Minister Thulas Nxesi, at the economic sector briefing, Cape Town. Pic: Trevor Samson. © Business Day. Sports Minister Thulas Nxesi‚ delivering his maiden Budget Vote speech in his new portfolio at the National Assembly on Friday‚ has announced his department’s plans to strengthen school sport in the year ahead.

City of Johannesburg official loses out on R500‚000 when Mashaba says no no no

Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has reversed a salary increase awarded to his chief of staff. Michael Beaumont received an annual increase of almost R500‚000 during his probation period‚ pushing his salary from R1‚351‚690 to R1‚841‚096.

Dr Smile gives 'precious gift' back to kidnap victim

K Naomi dedicates degree to late mom

K Naomi at the BMW International Polo. Picture Credit: Instagram

Tumi to dish out a good treat at Samas

Popular soap actor arrested in brothel sting

Robin Thicke to join Tory Lanez at Durban July pre-party

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