A FEW weeks ago, I announced on social media that I had decided not to register to vote. There was a barrage of messages condemning my decision.
The SABC has done a u-turn and reinstated the seven journalists it fired last week, and will no longer pursue any action against them.
“There were cars in the air and there was this big rumble and wailing sound,” said Mario Nyangintaka, who works at Phumulani Mall in Tembisa.
Marissa Christopher, the mother of Radovan Krejcir’s youngest child, was due to continue her bail application, while her ...
Celebrations over the SABC journalists’ court victory have been dampened by the SABC declining to say whether the four would be allowed back at work.
Rescue teams worked into the night to ensure no one was left trapped beneath the debris after a tornado hit parts of Ekurhuleni.
It's the biggest jackpot win since PowerBall was launched, but the winner, whoever they are, hasn't come forward to claim his or her millions.
Politicians could learn from the one nation, one future approach taken by Theresa May and Mmusi Maimane, says Douglas Gibson.
“It’s obvious,” residents of Seshego say enthusiastically when asked if they will be backing Julius Malema’s party in the elections.
The IEC is fighting a R50 million lawsuit in the Constitutional Court brought by one of the small parties, as well as a bid to postpone the polls.
With Eskom’s solar rebate no longer an incentive, membership to Sessa is no longer a requirement and installers of solar ...
Kusile residents blocked the N4 to demanding jobs at the Kusile Power Station in Mpumalanga.
The community of Bapo Ba Mogale are threatening to boycott municipal elections over the alleged misuse of funds by the tribal council.
With the local elections coming up, Gail Evans says she would like to ask the each political party the following questions ...
A number of roads and mountain passes in the Eastern Cape and KZN were closed due to snowfalls while the Western Cape braces for storm conditions.