Johannesburg — While the Hawks have been investigating Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and former SARS officials for their roles in the alleged “rogue” investigative unit, the head of the Hawks is fi...
Ali Bongo has been sworn in for a new term as the president of Gabon despite widespread claims that his recent reelection was marred by fraud and vote rigging.
Hempstead — Donald Trump blamed the moderator, a bad microphone and anyone but himself yesterday after he was forced onto the defence by Hillary Clinton’s cascade of attacks about his taxes, ho...
Johannesburg — The Gauteng government will sell most of the properties it owns, in a bid to cut costs, Premier David Makhura said on Tuesday.
Port Elizabeth — Student protests at NMMU are being driven by external parties, the university’s SRC president said yesterday.
Cape Town – The ANC yesterday sent its “revolutionary well wishes” to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela as she celebrated her 80th birthday.
Abuja — The Nigerian army has reacted to a recent video released by Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau, stating that the commander clearly has a “mental issue”.
Hospitals are struggling to cope in Syria’s Aleppo as government and Russian fighter jets continued to pound the city’s rebel-held east, killing more than 200 people in under a week.
Vienna — Customs officers at an Austrian airport were taken aback to find human entrails in the bag of a Moroccan traveller, who said they belonged to her dead husband, local media reported on Sunday...
Cape Town — Burning schools, libraries, and institutions of higher learning is setting South Africa back from progressing as a nation, says Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba.