Newsflashes

17 May, 2018
The top 10 defaulting municipalities owe Eskom R9.73bn, and a parliamentary committee has resolved to meet with them to find out why they are not paying their debts.
17 May, 2018
A man and woman were burnt to death after their house caught alight in Zamani, near Darnall, on the far northern KwaZulu-Natal coast on Thursday morning, IPSS Medical Rescue said.
11 May, 2018
A hospital director says there are five new suspected cases of Ebola in Democratic Republic of Congo's northwestern town of Bikoro, where an outbreak of the often deadly hemorrhagic fever was declared this week.
11 May, 2018
More money being circulated strongly suggests that the health of the South African economy is strengthening, according to Chris Hamilton, CEO of automated payments clearing house BankservAfrica.
11 May, 2018
US President Donald Trump on Thursday revealed his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place in Singapore on June 12.
11 May, 2018
Gunmen killed at least five people near Mali's troubled northeastern border with Niger, several sources said on Thursday.
11 May, 2018
The debate on the Department of Communications covered familiar terrain as the SABC dominated MPs' speeches, much as it has in recent years. But this year, the Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA) also received much attention.
11 May, 2018
South Africa is offering unions representing 1 million state employees inflation-busting pay increases at a time when the country needs to rein in spending to help keep its investment-grade credit rating.
3 May, 2018
Islamic State suicide bombers attacked Libya's election commission in the capital on Wednesday, killing at least 14 people in the worst such attack in years that aimed to disrupt a nation-wide vote planned for later this year.
3 May, 2018
Dozens of people were killed on Tuesday when two suicide bombers detonated their explosives at a mosque and a market in Mubi, northeast Nigeria, residents said.
3 May, 2018
Convicted murderer Sandile Mantsoe has been sentenced to a cumulative 32 years in prison after murdering his ex-girlfriend Karabo Mokoena. There were audible gasps in South Gauteng High Court on Thursday as acting judge Peet Johnson described Mantsoe as the devil in disguise.
3 May, 2018
You probably haven’t heard of Mokhele Likate‚ but the Lesotho businessman is the face of a court case that puts Gauteng’s water supply directly up against Basotho business interests.
3 May, 2018
Unjust‚ sexist and dehumanising. That is how Parliament’s presiding officers on Sunday described regulations passed by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) that will “stifle” Caster Semenya’s reign as a champion athlete.
3 May, 2018
The national bus strike could soon end as unions and employers are going back to the negotiation table.
2 May, 2018
Sandile Mantsoe was found guilty on Wednesday of murdering his girlfriend‚ Karabo Mokoena‚ and disposing of her body by burning it beyond recognition.

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