Manuel tells MPs to value the Constitution
Today at 21:46, SAST
National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel has told MPs to value the Constitution in his farewell speech to Parliament.
Motlanthe bids farewell to Parliament
Today at 20:29, SAST
Members of Parliament bid Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe farewell as he announced his retirement from government.
Malema takes on judge, Tlakula and IEC
Today at 19:00, SAST
EFF leader Julius Malema says his party won't allow the elections to be presided over by people with "questionable credentials".
Postponement of Cope MPL swearing-in ceremony causes anger
Today at 17:46, SAST
Cope has accused the ANC of abusing its power after former DA leader Dr Chris Liebenberg's swearing-in ceremony was delayed for the third time.
Friend testifies Pistorius was passionate about guns
Today at 17:12, SAST
A friend of Oscar Pistorius has testified that he had recklessly fired a shot from a car, and another inside a packed restaurant.
Western Cape toll roads a small part of Sanral project
Today at 15:08, SAST
The bulk of the N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project comprises interchanges and upgrades to bridges and tunnels rather than contentious toll gates.
Court dismisses EFF IEC payment case
Today at 14:53, SAST
The high court has dismissed an application by the Economic Freedom Fighters for an interdict relating to the payment of a deposit to the IEC.
Zuma loyalists top ANC elections list
Today at 14:30, SAST
The ANC has released its widely anticipated lists of who it will send to Parliament and provincial legislatures after the 2014 elections.
Kruger Park camps flooded
Today at 13:58, SAST
The South African National Parks is keeping camps in the Kruger Park closed because of floods, which have killed up to six people in Mpumalanga.
Witness: Pistorius should've heard me say the gun was loaded
Today at 12:50, SAST
Testifying about a shot fired from his pistol after passing it to Oscar Pistorius at a restaurant, the athlete's friend has taken to the stand.
Source: Mail & Guardian Online
Missing airliner 'changed course'
Today at 19:29, SAST
Military radar suggests the missing Malaysian airliner turned west, away from its planned route, before disappearing, Malaysia's air force says.
CIA 'searched US Senate computers'
Today at 22:45, SAST
The head of the US Senate intelligence committee accuses the CIA of improperly accessing computers used by congressional staff amid an investigation.
Source: BBC News
Libya: PM Sacked Over Oil Tanker 'Escape'
Today at 22:42, SAST
[VOA]Cairo -Libya's interim national assembly has approved a vote of no-confidence in Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, naming the current defense minister to replace him on an interim basis.
Sudan: Troops Shoot Protesting Darfur Students
Today at 22:40, SAST
[Radio Dabanga]Khartoum -A Darfuri student of the University of Khartoum was shot dead by security forces on Tuesday. Other students from Darfur were injured.
Source: All Africa
No e-tolls for Cape - Sanral
Today at 15:21, SAST
The proposed tolling of the N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway Project in the Western Cape will be via traditional toll booths and not the controversial e-tolls, the SA National Road Agency Limited (Sanral) said.
Sasol keen on SA shale gas action
Today at 12:11, SAST
Sasol is keen to invest in South Africa's shale gas industry once it gets going, the petrochemical group's CEO David Constable said.