• Middendorp starts Akpeyi in goals for Kaizer Chiefs against Orlando Pirates
    Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has kept to his original word by starting Nigeria No 1 Daniel Akpeyi between the posts in the huge Absa Premiership Soweto derby against Orlando Pirates at FNB Stadium on Saturday.
  • Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer announces potent starting line-up against Kaizer Chiefs
    Orlando Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer made three changes to his debut Soweto derby line-up against Kaizer Chiefs at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.
  • Reclaim the City activists occupy Rondebosch Golf Course over housing
    Activist group Reclaim the City said on Saturday that it had again taken over the Rondebosch Golf Course to protest against the City of Cape Town’s failure to redistribute public land for the development of affordable housing.
  • Hurricanes blow away Sunwolves as Sharks sink Reds
    Kobus van Wyk bagged a hat-trick in a sensational debut for the Hurricanes who thrashed the hapless Sunwolves 62-15 Saturday, while his old team the Sharks kept their strong start to the season going.
  • Siphiwe Tshabalala remembers the Soweto Derby where his mom died
    Siphiwe Tshabalala has recalled the Soweto derby that took place the day before his mother died as he scored when Kaizer Chiefs beat Orlando Pirates 3-0 in the 2010-11 Telkom Knockout final on at FNB Stadium.
  • Eight-year-old murder victim Tazne van Wyk laid to rest
    Police minister Bheki Cele is among those attending the funeral of eight-year-old murder victim Tazne van Wyk in Elsies River on Saturday.
  • How the coronavirus outbreak is changing global politics
    The epidemic could weaken Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, feed conspiracy theories and lead to closed borders
  • British Barclay billionaires in family feud after secret recordings
    Frederick Barclay says his nephew, Alistair Barclay, ‘engaged in covert audio surveillance’ to record his conversations with his daughter in the Ritz hotel
  • Commodities pile up in China as coronavirus infects consumption
    Inventories of steel products have surged to a record high, while copper and zinc supplies are at their highest in three years
  • LUNCH WITH THE FT: I would rather be accused of overreacting than of not doing my job, Peter Piot says
    The man who helped discover Ebola when he was 27 and who led the fight against HIV-Aids speaks about the threat of coronavirus, and his love of Africa
  • Ethical failures are to blame for the poor state of our SOEs
    The research is in: state-owned enterprises function as poorly as public-sector organisations, write Paul Vorster and Nicole Konstatinopoulos
  • Cyril Ramaphosa has vast political capital that he is underusing
    Building capabilities is key to retooling the state for higher performance, writes Mzukisi Qobo