Julius Malema's EFF party couldn't have chosen a more colourful figure as a provincial head, writes Agiza Hlongwane.
Swaziland's ruler and sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch officially opened the impoverished country's expensive new airport.
Isibaya cleaned up at the first Royalty Soapie Awards held at Durban’s Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre.
Rebel with a Khoza
Only Mswati’s private jet likely to u ...
Isibaya scoops 10 soapie awards
Load shedding over but system still t ...
Taxi boss free to go after witness di ...
Ford pulls Champions League sponsorsh ...
US automaker Ford is ending its sponsorship of the Champions League after more than two decades.
Morkel to make his contribution count
Cambridge has advantage in Boat Race
Hofland wins stage two of Paris-Nice ...
Hoeness confesses to more tax dodging
Celebs take sides on Scottish indepen ...
Celebrities plunging into the debate on Scottish independence risk attracting public wrath ahead of the September 18 referendum
Vanished plane: passports probed
Reforms vindicate leaks: Snowden
Politics denied in US army sex trial
Cleaners end strike, clear Carnival d ...
Allen silent on Farrow claim
Woody Allen won't comment on Mia Farrow's claim that Frank Sinatra, not Allen, is the father of her 25-year-old son.
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