Thu May 25 14:35:10 CAT 2017

People‚ not self-interest‚ come first - says presidential hopeful Cyril Ramaphosa

Presidential hopeful Cyril Ramaphosa has called for a strong and united Africa where leaders put people’s interests first — not their own.

Pretoria police hunt for three female rapists

A Pretoria man says he has been left severely traumatised following a three-day rape ordeal by three women last weekend.

Baby's chopped up corpse found at church in Thokoza‚ south of Johannesburg

A two-month-old baby was found dead by police in Thokoza on Thursday morning.

Former Rwandan general Nyamwasa’s refugee status set aside

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein on Wednesday formalised an agreement setting aside the refugee status of former Rwandan army general Faustin Nyamwasa.

Eskom inquiry will cover all contracts from 2007 - including coal procurement contracts in state of capture report

The inquiry into Eskom’s procurement that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown plans to institute will cover all contracts dating back to 2007 including the coal procurement contracts which were the subject of the state of capture report of former public protector Thuli Madonsela.

It is official - the Inkatha Freedom Party has captured Nquthu

The ANC and the NFP are the biggest losers in the Nquthu by-elections‚ losing three seats and one seat respectively in comparison to what they attained in last year’s local government elections before the troubled council was dissolved.

Cost-cutting steps changed: National Treasury does somersault

The National Treasury appears to have watered down cost-cutting measures introduced during axed finance minister Pravin Gordhan's tenure because they were "impractical to implement" and posed "difficulties to ensure full compliance".

This is no weekend special‚ Mbalula tells crime-ridden Elsies

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula on Thursday told members of the Elsies River community on the Cape Flats that renewed efforts to increase policing in the area was not a “weekend special".

Our leadership has no morals‚ no ethics‚ no justice - Motlanthe

Recent events at state enterprise Eskom show the extent to which public resources are being abused‚ former president Kgalema Motlanthe said on Thursday.

READ: Spur CEO lays into union boss for supporting restaurant boycott

Spur CEO Pierre van Tonder accused Solidarity of trying to score “political points” on Thursday after the union’s chief executive penned an open letter saying he had “lost his appetite” for the restaurant franchise.

Opinion: As we mark Africa Day let's reflect on how we can be even better

Today marks the 54th anniversary of African Liberation Day.

Bafana coach Stuart Baxter announces squad to face Nigeria in 2019 Afcon qualifier

Babes Wodumo's friend burnt with acid during 'abduction attempt'

New show sees Bonang in the kitchen

Sphectacula and DJ Naves take over Gagasi FM afternoon drive show

Polygamist Musa's last wife talks budgets: 'Because of him I can enjoy my money'

Tina Jaxa plays jailbird on Rhythm City

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