• First woman CIA director sworn in
    Veteran CIA officer Gina Haspel was sworn in as the agency’s first female director on Monday, hailing the “heroines” who had gone before her and expressing hope she and her team would be “role models.”
  • Burundi approves new constitution extending presidential term limit
    Voters in Burundi have overwhelmingly approved a new constitution, the electoral commission said on Monday, ushering in changes that could let the president stay in power to 2034.
  • Willemse walk out 'not racially motivated'
    SuperSport rugby analyst Ashwin Willemse’s walk out of a live broadcast last Saturday was not ‘racially motivated’ according to company CEO Gideon Khobane.
  • Man rams car into his family at restaurant, killing two
    A 62-year-old man was under arrest for murder in North Carolina Monday after he allegedly excused himself from a restaurant lunch with his family, then rammed them with his car at high speed — killing his daughter and daughter-in-law.
  • Meghan Markle’s nephew caught with knife blames Trump
    Tyler Dooley, nephew of Britain’s newest royal Meghan Markle, took a knife to a London nightclub and then blamed Donald Trump’s warnings about the dangers of the British capital, The Sun reported on Monday.
  • Top cop dumped by Zuma makes surprise comeback in KZN
    Former acting national police commissioner General Nhlanhla Lucky Mkhwanazi has made a dramatic comeback as the new acting KwaZulu-Natal police commissioner after he was unceremoniously ditched by former president Jacob Zuma six years ago.
  • ANALYSIS: Trump’s solution to WTO rulings he doesn’t like: veto all appointments of judges
    Trump's action could cripple the World Trade Organisation's  ability to resolve global trade disputes by reducing what is supposed to be a seven-strong Appellate Body to just three judges
  • KZN gets new police boss to tackle political killings
    Pietermaritzburg-born Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi has built a reputation as a tough, determined and resilient officer
  • Willemse’s walkout not racially motivated‚ says Supersport CEO
    Multichoice says an investigation is not yet over
  • Artificial intelligence meets human intelligence in Gauteng’s drone project
    The department of infrastructure development has R4.5bn worth of projects in the pipeline — with drones keeping a close eye on speed, efficiency and safety
  • Season of easing over as African central bankers expected to keep rates on hold
    The risk of a reversal in the inflation drop that has characterised many of the biggest African economies in the last year, will likely mean a freeze on borrowing costs
  • Dan Gertler bribe allegations back to haunt Glencore’s Ivan Glasenberg
    Glencore is well positioned to reap the rewards of surging copper and cobalt prices, but now is being hemmed in by legal troubles in DRC