The Gupta family has pleaded with the Democratic Alliance's David Maynier to stop using the family name “as a football in his party-politicking battles”.
Property mogul Jason Rohde, who is charged with the murder of his wife, will be back in the Stellenbosch Magistrate's Court this week after spending the weekend behind bars.
Eskom has dismissed reports that findings have been made against the parastatal, saying it continues to co-operate with the National Treasury.
[Nation] Team Kenya athletics head coach Julius Kirwa wants the managerial fiasco at the just-concluded Rio Olympic Games addressed conclusively.
[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu is sure to re-open an age old debate in Zambian politics with his announcement that he will re-introduce a Ministry of Religious Affairs.
[Times of Zambia] THE MTN Group has said the advancement of the media is critical to the development of Africa and pledged its continued support to journalism growth on the continent.
The Mexican singer Juan Gabriel dies of a heart attack at his home in California, days after performing at a concert in Los Angeles.
Kazakhstan is preparing to launch its own version of the popular TV series Game of Thrones.
Aid agencies are warning of a growing humanitarian crisis in north-eastern Nigeria, where more than two million people have been displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency.
The SA Communist Party has expressed scepticism at news of the Gupta family’s stated intention of selling off their South African interests.
The department of international relations and co-operation is working with the Beijing Embassy to repatriate the remains of a South African pilot killed at an air show in China.
A Free State EMS paramedic was allegedly assaulted by tow truck drivers rushing to an accident scene, the provincial health department says.
The Proteas have a selection headache looming when Messrs De Villiers and Elgar return to fitness for the Oz Test tour, says Rob Houwing
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp expressed optimism about his team's progress despite the frustration of a 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
Cameron van der Burgh and Chad le Clos have each won three gold medals at the Paris leg of the World Cup series
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With its funky black and white colour scheme the Suzuki Vitara looks like a sweet top deck chocolate. Wheels24's Charlen Raymond finds out if the taste lingers in the overall package.
'I truly despise boring cars. I hate the lack of imagination,' writes Jeremy Clarkson who has revealed the 10 worst cars he's driven in the past year.
The Guptas’ latest move might be a signal that the family is positioning itself to take account of SA’s shifting power dynamics.
The SACP has called on the Financial Intelligence Centre to ensure that the Guptas will not in effect be selling their SA holdings to themselves.
Fawu members resolved to disaffiliate from the trade union, setting Cosatu off on a mission to create a “warm home” for members who want to remain in its fold.
Amazon, which has been accused of fostering a cutthroat workplace atmosphere, will try out teams that log 30-hour work weeks, reports the Washington Post.
The on-demand car ride service Uber has lost at least $1.27bn in the first half of this year, according to sources close to the matter.
A power line inspection drone designed by local robotics engineers could be the answer to Eskom's power cut woes, and has already piqued interest overseas.
A test that can detect the stickiness of a key protein molecule could help diagnose the early stages of Parkinson's disease, a study from the University of Edinburgh suggests.
A new tax is needed to ensure the UK has a properly funded health and social care system, doctor and former minister Dan Poulter says.
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