An unknown man was severely beaten by a mob oustside the court where two white men accused of assaulting a black man were applying for bail.
The safety of the two men arrested for allegedly assaulting a black man and shoving him into a coffin dominated proceedings during their bail hearing.
Victor Rethabile Mlotshwa was in high spirits as two white men were applying for bail for allegedly assaulting and shoving him into a coffin.
The Msukaligwa local municipality in Ermelo has fired 200 workers after they embarked on an 'illegal strike' over a wage curve dispute.
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Defending Zuma and the Guptas is not striking a blow for Black Consciousness against white monopoly capital, writes Malesela Steve Lebelo
President Jacob Zuma may have used the wrong footwork when defending himself in KwaDukuza, writes Dumisani Hlophe.
Sadly, we consume anything the US media feeds us, writes Elvis Masoga.
President Zuma's visit to KZN, where he painted himself as the innocent victim of conspirators, may well backfire, writes Dennis Pather.
While Donald Trump's administration will only clarify their global climate change agenda early next year, early indications ...
The ANC veterans are the bearers of the organisation's values and history and their stance is a major blow, writes Mcebisi Ndletyana.
The Electoral College has delivered an accidental president to the US, writes Garth le Pere
R3 500 is not a minimum living level, but it's the start of fundamentally changing wage and labour regimes in SA, writes Imraan Valodia.
Kuseni Dlamini writes that the battle to succeed president Zuma will make the Mbeki/Zuma battle in Polokwane like a Sunday school picnic.
Starved of food and medical supplies, Yemenis may resort desperate to measures, including signing up with Islamic State, writes Shannon Ebrahim.