Tue Feb 09 17:45:34 SAST 2016

Zuma will pay back the money, amount to be determined

President Jacob Zuma will pay back the money but the reasonable amount is yet to be determined. [7] comments

Malema says Zuma must fall‚ puts a R155m price tag on Nkandla

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says President Jacob Zuma must be removed from office based on the Constitutional Court hearing into spending on Nkandla‚ even though judgment is still being awaited. [0] comments

Malema's Guptas war talk stopped

The EFF’s fiery leader Julius Malema has been ordered to refrain from inciting violence against the Guptas. [0] comments

'Killer' caught after 23 years on the run

THE long arm of the law finally caught up with a Soweto man wanted for murder, who had been on the run for nearly 23 years. [9] comments

Foreign currency found in passenger's socks confiscated

A team from the South African Police Service’s Trans-International Investigation Team based at OR Tambo International Airport has confiscated just over R161‚000 worth of foreign currency from a man who was unable to account for its origin. [1] comments

Tutu family reach peace through mediation after crockery row

Colorful crockery - Stock image Anglican Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu’s wife‚ Leah‚ and her granddaughter Ziyanda have made peace following an embarrassing family feud over smashed crockery. [2] comments

Deep-seated racial and social inequalities in matric results‚ survey finds

A survey published by the South African Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has found deep-seated racial and social inequalities in South Africa’s matric results. [21] comments

Automated toll plaza payments problematic‚ says OUTA

Subsequent to Sanral’s claims of a successful launch of e-tag lanes at a number of its conventional boom-down plazas‚ the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) says it has received many e-mails from e-Tagged motorists complaining about double charges at these toll-plazas. [2] comments

Do not pull Public Protector's teeth‚ Constitutional Court asked

The Constitutional Court on Tuesday heard arguments from two political parties and an anti-corruption organisation on why they believed the Public Protector had powers to take remedial action that was binding. [11] comments

No kidding: India police arrest goat for grazing in garden

WATCH: Leopard rampages through school in India, injures five

Movie review: Happiness is a Four-Letter Word

'When Zuma goes‚ you will still be eating chicken feet and pap'

Manyisa finds out about wife's 'secret child'

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