• Two stabbed to death on Durban beach
    Two people were found stabbed to death in the sand dunes near Durban's Suncoast Casino on Monday afternoon.
  • Cop sentenced to two life terms for killing ex-girlfriend and her partner
    The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has welcomed the double life sentence handed down to a former police officer who shot and killed his ex-girlfriend and her partner in Johannesburg.
  • Team Marquez as Alex joins brother Marc at Honda
    The Repsol Honda MotoGP team will be a family affair next season after the Japanese manufacturer announced on Monday that Alex Marquez was joining as team mate to older brother Marc
  • Cape Town water restrictions to be discussed as dam levels drop to 83.7%
    Dam levels for Cape Town decreased by 0.5% over the past week, while water consumption remained above the 650-million litres per day consumption target.
  • Zimbabwean transgender woman wins compensation for illegal detention
    A court in Zimbabwe awarded a transgender activist 400,000 Zimbabwe dollars (R15,600) in compensation after she was arrested for using a ladies toilet, she said in a statement on Monday.
  • WATCH | Ken Block tears up Tianmen Mountain in his 682kW Hoonitruck
    The king of automotive advertainment, Ken Block, is back to break the internet (again) with another one of his big-budget stunt videos.
  • Home affairs introduces new Lesotho exemption permit
    New dispensation only applicable to existing holders of the old special permit
  • Fed chief Jerome Powell reasserts independence in talks with Trump
    Fed says policy will continue to rely on non-political analysis
  • SoftBank to create Japan internet rival to take on GAFA tech giants
    Yahoo Japan and Line combination driven by fear that global giants are increasing their grip on the tech industry and Japan risks falling behind
  • Africa on track to get back to GDP growth surge
    Continent’s leaders are moving quickly to open up regional and global markets
  • Bidcorp’s SA businesses performing above expectations in tough economy
    The company says political and social upheavals in several geographies have hurt some of its businesses
  • It would be a shame to give up Tshwane and Joburg, says John Steenhuisen
    DA interim leader says it is important for party to hold on to governing the metros