October 17, 2017

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'There's a devil in our schools' – David Makhura

Gauteng Premier David Makhura vehemently condemned the sexual harassment and assault of learners that takes place in schools.

'State capture' is the most popular phrase in SA: language board

“State capture” is the 2017 word of the year‚ having been used more than 20‚000 times‚ according to the Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB).

Grace Mugabe in Zimbabwe leadership race

Zanu PF’s Grace Mugabe could be well positioned to take over from her husband‚ President Robert Mugabe.

Brickz denied leave to appeal conviction and sentence

Magistrate John Baloyi has on Tuesday afternoon rejected musician Sipho Ndlovu‚ popularly known as Brickz‚ leave to appeal his rape conviction and 15-year jail sentence.

Somizi to release 'summer hit' with Heavy K

Somizi will be gunning for the music charts this summer with a surprise collaboration with Heavy K.

We must stick to game plan to win - Pirates defender Maela

To win against Platinum Stars tomorrow night, Orlando Pirates players just need to avoid deviating from 'Micho's master plan,' says defender Innocent Maela.

Benni’s battered Cape Town City turn attention back to the league

Cape Town City will have to overcome both physical and mental fatigue when they host Bloemfontein Celtic in an Absa Premiership clash at the Athlone Stadium on Tuesday night.

Samwu leader in tribal tirade - Mathe attacks mayor Nkadimeng and Vendas

Polokwane municipality is mostly staffed with people of Venda origin, shipped in from Thohoyandou, thanks to mayor Thembi Nkadimeng.

Duduzane Zuma to be pursued by Gerrie Nel

President Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane could be hauled before the courts to face a criminal charge of culpable homicide.

Blade Nzimande out as Zuma reshuffles cabinet

In a shock move on Tuesday morning‚ President Jacob Zuma reshuffled his cabinet‚ swapping around six of his ministerial portfolios.

President Zuma announces cabinet reshuffle

President Jacob Zuma has announced changes to the national cabinet.

Lucas Radebe reflects on his health challenges

Eight years ago‚ legendary soccer star Lucas Radebe was diagnosed with a rare heart condition‚ which he believes was caused by the heartbreak of his first wife’s death.

Chiefs want to reclaim glory

There appears to be a disjuncture between what Kaizer Chiefs practise on the training ground and what happens during official games, says defender Lorenzo Gordinho.

Maboko fights Mgidi at happy hunting ground

Hloni "Superstar" Maboko returns to his happy hunting ground, Blairgowrie Recreation Centre in Randburg, in an eight-rounder against Xolani Mgidi on Sunday.

'Akanamali' hitmaker was a jailbird, druggie

Former The Soil band member Samthing Soweto needed a jail stint before he could finally kick drugs and complete his matric.

President Zuma appoints SABC board

President Jacob Zuma has appointed SABC board members recommended by parliament‚ his office announced on Tuesday.

The Wound bags another international award

Local film The Wound (Inxeba) has bagged the Best First Feature Award at BFI London Film Festival‚ showing no signs of slowing down with its ongoing winning streak.

Vuyo Dabula stars in new local mining film

Generations: The Legacy actor Vuyo Dabula is set to add to his film career with a lead role in a local mining thriller‚ Shaft 6, set to hit cinemas next year.

Zahara's new album goes gold 'in six hours'

Award-winning musician Zahara is on cloud nine after her latest album Mgodi was certified gold within hours of its release on Friday.

SABC bosses in the soup over R60m

Four SABC officials are in hot water over two dodgy deals that cost the broke public broadcaster almost R60- million.

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