Tue May 23 22:43:26 CAT 2017
Former SABC chairman, Ben Ngubane, answers questions in parliament on Friday. Pictures: Esa Alexander
Eskom is a victim of 'naked lies'‚ says chairman

Eskom chairman Ben Ngubane on Friday repeated his denial of claims made by former minerals minister .

Hoping for a child who survives

When 14-year-old Hassina had still not given birth after more than two days of labor, her family started to worry. She was bleeding and had passed out more than once from exhaustion and pain.

Special votes open for Nquthu by-elections in KZN

As the countdown edges closer to by-elections in Nquthu in northern KwaZulu-Natal‚ the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) confirmed that all 116 voting stations in the municipality were opened for special votes on Tuesday‚ ahead of the by-elections on Wednesday.

Teen used to hook girls into sex slavery

This is the house in Springs, east of Joburg, where a 42-year-old man and a teenager are alleged to have kept a group girls as sex slaves and fed them drugs. Picture Credit: MOELETSI MABE The parents of four Mpumalanga minors rescued from the claws of sex slavery and drugs have told how their young girls were lured into a sex and drug den in Springs, east of Johannesburg.

Deputy minister Makwetla in 8-hour hijacking ordeal

Deputy Minister of Correctional Services Thabang Makwetla is lucky to be alive following an eight-hour hijacking ordeal.

Parched Cape budgets R3bn to fight off Day Zero

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille declared the province a disaster area as it tried to deal with its worst water shortage in 113 years.

Radebe apologises for sex text scandal

Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe has apologised for his involvement in a sex text scandal.

'I never resigned' - Molefe

Brian Molefe sworn in at parliament, Thursday 23 February 2017.
Picture: PARLIAMENTRSA/Puzi

Manchester pop concert attacker died detonating device: police

Police forensic officers leave the Manchester Arena as they investigate the scene of an explosion on May 23, 2017 in Manchester, England. An explosion occurred at Manchester Arena as concert goers were leaving the venue after Ariana Grande had performed. Greater Manchester Police are treating the explosion as a terrorist attack and have confirmed 22 fatalities and 59 injured.  (Photo by Dave Thompson/Getty Images)

Unicef condemns recent spate of violence against women and children in SA

Deputy minister's hijacking 'strange' - police guard

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