• WATCH | A peek into the rituals at SA's first satanic church
    Drinking blood, performing animal sacrifices and casting spells are not on the programme at Satan's new home in the popular seaside tourist town of Ballito on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast.
  • Ferrari to bring forward F1 upgrades to second Austrian race
    Ferrari are planning to speed up the introduction of upgrades to their under-performing Formula One car after a difficult season-opening race in Austria last Sunday
  • Woman, 70, and grandson critical after 'shovel attack' during home invasion
    A 70-year-old woman and her 11-year-old grandson were left for dead after being bludgeoned in the face with shovels during a home invasion in Florida, Johannesburg, early on Tuesday.
  • Dagga Couple's Julian Stobbs' co-host details his last interview: 'He was floating on air'
    Shortly before he was shot dead, Julian “Jules” Stobbs interviewed his dream guest Steve DeAngelo on The Hotbox Show.
  • Cape Town hopes for new norm as road deaths plummet in lockdown
    Cape Town officials are keeping their fingers crossed that Covid-19 road traffic stats will become “the new norm” after no deaths were recorded on the city’s roads in April.
  • Wolvaardt hopes Women’s Cricket World Cup will not be scuppered by the coronavirus pandemic
    Laura Wolvaardt has said that the Momentum Proteas have put in a lot of work over the last couple of years in preparations for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand in January next year.
  • Oil falls on virus surge and fear of renewed lockdowns
    Brent and WTI crude futures declined by 1.02% and 1.30%, respectively
  • Media24 closing print titles as Covid-19 hogs the headlines
    Staff cuts are also on the cards as the ‘devastating’ financial impact of Covid-19 on SA companies continues
  • Dis-Chem found guilty of price gouging on face masks
    The company was found to have contravened the Competition Act after it increased prices for three types of masks
  • Electrification of rural areas hit by budget cuts due to pandemic
    Likely cuts of R230bn over the next two years means a delay of electrification, not that it won’t happen, says the energy department
  • Rand weakens amid growing number of Covid-19 cases globally
    The local currency market remains rangebound
  • Renewed Covid-19 lockdowns spook global investor
    However, a sharp rebound in US services industry activity in June helped to whet investors’ risk appetite