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SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng. Picture Credit: Gallo Images

Actor Brandon Auret chides Hlaudi Motsoeneng - labels him a 'clown'

Brandon Auret has come out strongly against SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng in response to a report which claims that Hlaudi has ordered that no negative coverage of President Jacob Zuma should be aired. [0] comments

PAC hails Matthews’ resignation from SABC as an ‘iconic decision’

Jimi Matthews’ resignation as acting group CEO of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) was an “iconic decision” that puts him alongside “patriotic citizens” like Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas and his boss Pravin Gordhan. [0] comments

ANC in KZN puts forward ‘best of the best’ as mayoral candidates

The African National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal is confident that the women and men put forward as mayoral candidates in the province can lead them to a decisive victory. [3] comments

Jail terms for men in ‘racist’ attack on petrol attendant

Two men who assaulted a petrol pump attendant in an alleged “racist” fit‚ when he told them that unleaded petrol at a Tzaneen station had run out‚ have been jailed for their crime. [71] comments

Pastor in racist sermon row bemoans getting ‘nailed for speaking for whites’

Rivers Church in Sandton. Picture Credit: Rivers Church on Facebook Rivers Church pastor Andre Olivier said he has spoken for and supported black people‚ and that on the rare occasion that he speaks for whites‚ he gets “nailed”. [7] comments

‘Whoever takes over from Madonsela is going to have to up the game’

SA is in a moral and leadership credibility crisis‚ warned Makhosi Khoza‚ the chairwoman of Parliament’s ad hoc committee to appoint a new Public Protector. [0] comments

Christians should apologise to gay people: Pope Francis

Pope Francis said Sunday that Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should apologise to gay people and seek their forgiveness for the way they have been treated. [30] comments

Presidency warns of scams asking for help to foot Zuma’s Nkandla bill

Scammers were apparently quick off the mark following National Treasury’s determination that President Jacob Zuma should pay back R7.8-million for the non-security upgrades to his private home in Nkandla. [5] comments

Spooks ‘watching’ SABC staff‚ Cope claims

Journalists’ phones had been tapped and intelligence operatives had visited the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) offices‚ the Congress of the People (Cope) claimed on Tuesday. [2] comments

Ntsiki Mazwai says Cassper’s Sway interview made her embarrassed to be South African

Local celebs defend Rivers Church pastor

#DateMyFamily fans out for blood over Xhosa remark

Chelsea Handler: 'I had two abortions at 16'

From inside his cell: Jub Jub rubbishes Kelly's abuse claims

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