The trials and tribulations of the Pistorius brothers
Today at 06:00, SAST
The Pistorius brothers are, on average, having their first good week in a long time - as long as Carl Pistorius does not decide to sue the government.
City of Jo'burg lodges error on Gupta property
Yesterday at 19:29, SAST
An objection has been lodged over an error on the 2013 property valuation roll relating to a property belonging to the Gupta family, the City says.
Pule wants in on SABC board appointments
Yesterday at 18:37, SAST
Communications Minister Dina Pule wants to be involved in the process of appointing the South African Broadcasting Corporation board members.
Corruption Watch slams 'silly proposal' in Guptagate report
Yesterday at 16:43, SAST
Corruption Watch has warned that chalking the Guptagate scandal up to name-dropping trivialises what is actually a major administrative breakdown.
ANC, DA: BBC report on white South Africans distorts truth
Yesterday at 16:27, SAST
A controversial BBC report on white South Africans has been condemned by the ANC and the DA for being incongruent with the reality in the country.
Lack of evidence: Suspect freed in Anene Booysen case
Yesterday at 15:08, SAST
Charges have been dropped against one of the men accused of raping and killing Anene Booysen, the National Prosecuting Authority has said.
Carl Pistorius acquitted of culpable homicide
Yesterday at 13:40, SAST
Carl Pistorius, the brother of murder-accused Olympian and Paralympian Oscar Pistorius, has been acquitted on a charge of culpable homicide.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and the auction that wasn't
Yesterday at 13:39, SAST
With no bidders and a rumoured settlement, dozens of journalists were left to wander around outside Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's Soweto home.
Jo'burg service centre near breaking point after employee suspensions
Yesterday at 13:13, SAST
One of the City of Johannesburg's main customer service centres is close to paralysis following the suspension of around 40 city employees.
Anene Booysen: State drops all charges against Davids
Yesterday at 12:59, SAST
Despite Anene Booysen identifying Jonathan Davids as one of her attackers hours before dying, the state has dropped all charges against him.
Source: Mail & Guardian Online
US rescuers comb tornado-hit area
Today at 08:45, SAST
The rescue effort after the Oklahoma twister that killed 24 people nears an end, as it emerges the storm was more powerful than thought.
US immigration bill passes hurdle
Today at 03:32, SAST
A sweeping immigration bill that would offer a chance of citizenship to millions living in the US illegally takes a stride forward in Congress.
Source: BBC News
Africa: Seizing Opportunities, Delivering Products As African Markets Expand - P&G
Yesterday at 22:20, SAST
[allAfrica]Last year, the United States announced a new strategy toward sub-Saharan Africa that emphasizes increased trade and investment, including intra-African trade. Officials acknowledge that more work needs to be done, especially now that ...
Liberia: Govt Publishes Landmark Resource Audit, but Needs to Address Findings
Today at 07:21, SAST
[Global Witness]Publication of a full audit of how Liberia awarded its resource concessions between 2009 and 2011 is a global first, said campaigning watchdog Global Witness today.
Source: All Africa
Petrol price to drop!
Dec 28, 2012 at 05:17, SAST
The retail price of fuel will decrease at the start of January, the department of energy said.
Fiscal cliff looms over Obama
Dec 28, 2012 at 06:15, SAST
US President Barack Obama will host top congressional leaders including his bitter Republican rivals in a last-ditch bid to halt America's slide over the "fiscal cliff."