Fri Dec 02 19:55:40 SAST 2016
Haiti awaits results of re-run vote, shattered by hurricane

Haiti waited overnight for the results of a re-run presidential election held on Sunday in the impov.

TUT student killed in stabbing after argument flares up on campus

A male student was found dead at the Tshwane University of Technology’s Lezard campus in Pretoria on Thursday night‚ university spokeswoman Willa de Ruyter confirmed on Friday morning. [5] comments

Malema tells Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe to go‚ and enjoys another anti-white rant

Julius Malema reckons his cross-border mentor is too old to lead‚ pronouncing that “We love President Mugabe‚ but we need a new leader“. [33] comments

Spare a prayer for victims of abuse who contract HIV‚ says Tshwane mayor

Solly Msimanga‚ the executive mayor of Tshwane‚ on Friday committed his administration to doing more to combat the cycle of abuse‚ which also placed women and children at risk of HIV infection. [2] comments

Teenagers are increasingly becoming HIV positive

Urgent action is needed to improve HIV prevention and treatment for young people‚ Unicef says‚ projecting that new HIV infections among adolescents are projected to soar. Girls are particularly vulnerable. [5] comments

'We are watching you‚' lawyers tell government on textbooks for 2017

Can 2017 be the year when government manages to deliver textbooks to schools on time? [1] comments

Can South Africans be friends across ‘racial’ boundaries? Yes and no.

OCTOBER 4 , 2016.LONE VOICE: Student Stuart Young holds a placard that expresses his wish to resume classes, while another student tries to snatch it away . Pic. Alon Skuy. © The Times. Fees Must Fall. The planned shut-down at the  University  of the Witwatersrand on Tuesday started off peacefully with a heavy police presence, but stun grenades and tear gas have been used to disperse gathered students, some of whom have been detained. Protests also continue on other campuses.Students and police clashed as  Wits   University  reopened its doors on Tuesday.

Country’s top cop comes out with guns blazing in fightback against accusers

07 September 2016. LISTEN UP: Acting police commissioner Lieutenant-General  Khomotso   Phahlane  has introduced a back-to-basics strategy for everything from how police relate to the public to handling crime scenes professionally. Pic: Simphiwe Nkwali. © Sunday Times.

Wits receives 70‚000 applications for 6‚200 first year places

DA will be in court to oppose SABC interdict