• Seven-try Scotland see off Tonga in World Cup win
    Scotland got their World Cup campaign back on track with a bonus-point 45-17 victory over Tonga in their clash in Nice on Sunday to keep their quarterfinal hopes alive in pool B.
  • Mashatile encourages unity through cultural diversity at Heritage Day celebrations
    Deputy president Paul Mashatile has called on South Africans to use their cultural differences as a uniting factor to “safeguard” the future.
  • Spurs get draw at Gunners, Liverpool blunt Hammers, Villa down Chelsea
    Tottenham Hotspur captain Son Heung-min's brace earned his side a 2-2 draw at Arsenal in the Premier League as the visitors twice came from behind in an absorbing derby on Sunday.
  • Pirates lose battle, win the war against Stellies to reach Moses Mabhida final
    Orlando Pirates are set to face Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 final despite their disappointing 1-0 loss to Stellenbosch FC in the semifinal second leg at Orlando Stadium on Sunday.
  • Slain ward councillor's family was planning to raise money to pay for security
    The family of slain uMkhambathini municipality ward councillor Mzwandile "Nganono" Shandu who was gunned down in uMlazi on Wednesday had been making plans to raise money for his security.
  • Boks v Ireland: beautiful brutality in the City of Love
    There were no reds, or yellows, just a sea of green at the Stade de France.
  • Black farmers languish as finance interventions fail them
    The agriculture and agro-processing master plan aims to lift the share of black ownership and the contribution of small-scale producers in SA by 2030
  • Big Pharma turns to AI to cut costs and development time
    Technology is playing a large and growing role in the human drug trials of pharmaceutical companies, including Amgen, Bayer and Novartis
  • Karpowership parent company accused of ‘state capture on steroids’
    Karpowership empowerment partner claims underhanded dealings after it loses its stake
  • South Africa 'will be Africa's copper king'
    We thought we had a jet ski, now we have an aircraft carrier, says Copper 360 CEO Jan Nelson
  • SAM MKOKELI: Will Portia Derby be thrown under the train?
    With Naspers managing to have a seemingly bloodless change at the top, one wonders how the government will manage what is emerging at Transnet
  • Central banks united on higher rates
    For central bankers the prize of returning the global economy to stable prices without recession is now within sight