Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is asked to clarify the comments he made before Sunday’s derby defeat by Manchester City.
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille, who has come under fire recently with staffers making damaging claims against her, has been given until Monday to respond to several allegations she faces.
A Dutch fugitive, convicted of crimes against humanity and selling firearms to former Liberian president Charles Taylor, used “blood money” to fund his extravagant lifestyle, the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court has heard.
There were a huge range of emotions at the St Paul’s Cathedral service to remember the 71 Grenfell fire victims.
Few countries have confronted child abuse as comprehensively, but practical questions remain.
For reality TV fans, the Kardashians just released the equivalent to the “Avengers: Infinity War” trailer.
Months have gone by with nary a peep about Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner’s reported pregnancies from a family famous for over-sharing. But it looks like all that is about to change when “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” returns in January with a new batch of episodes.
An organisation representing hostel dwellers in KwaZulu-Natal has told the Moerane Commission that the influence of King Goodwill Zwelithini could help stop violence at the Glebelands Hostel.
A train and a school bus have collided near Perpignan in southern France, leaving at least two dead, reports say.
President Jacob Zuma is a “delinquent litigant”, DA leader Mmusi Maimane says.
Students have vowed to get their expulsions overturned; one didn’t get a chance to testify.
There will be many game changers at the ANC’s 54th national conference at Nasrec this weekend, but few will be as active in mobilising support for Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa as Pravin Gordhan.
The former minister of finance has become a rallying point for those opposing state capture and the large-scale looting of the state. His second tenure as finance minister, to the day, started...
Dwayne Johnson, one of the world’s highest-paid actors, was finally honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday. But while the momentous occasion was meant to pay tribute to his success, the humble actor was true to form and made the ceremony all about his family.
The Rock brought his longtime girlfriend Lauren Hashian and their daughter Jasmine, who turns two on Dec. 16,...
Ronnie O’Sullivan overcomes Chinese player Li Hang in a final-frame decider to reach the last 16 of the Scottish Open.
Four Iraqis who were ill-treated by British soldiers win their compensation case at the High Court.
The ANC must take heed from court judgments against the party and its President Jacob Zuma, North West chairperson Supra Mahumapelo says.
1. ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe said the party is all-systems-go ahead of their national conference this weekend. “We are going to the conference, we have done everything. We have done preregistration, we have developed whole master lists for delegates as nominated from the branches. We are ready for the conference,” he said. Read more.
2. Striking SABC employees have threatened to shut...
More people say that they avoid going away during the festive season because of alarming rates of road deaths during the silly season. What they don’t realise is that more than half of road fatalities happen back at the ranch.
In January this year, the Ministry of Transport highlighted that the last festive season’s road fatalities were as many as 1 714 – a 5% increase from 2015. At the...
The ANC will continue the debate on business monopolies and how to reverse concentration within South Africa’s economy when it sits for its national conference in two days.
Speaking to the media ahead of the conference, chairperson of the ANC NEC’s subcommittee on political education Nathi Mthethwa said one of policies that the ANC will focus on is the concept of monopoly capital, or –– as...
Scotland introducing new income tax band of 21p in the pound for those earning over £24,000.
A jovial ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe says they have done all they can to ensure the success of the party’s 54th national conference.
The handling of Chris Froome’s adverse drugs test is a “scandal” and suggests double standards, says four-time world time trial champion Tony Martin.