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MEC Lebogang Maile eats humble pie, apologises for insulting resident

Gauteng co-operative governance MEC Lebogang Maile has apologised for insulting a member of the public who complained about having his electricity cut off

Zizi Kodwa lashes out against ANC leaders accused of PPE corruption

Deputy state security minister Zizi Kodwa has come out strongly against corruption in the ANC, calling on the party to act decisively against it

Sundowns players Anele Ngcongca and Aubrey Ngoma honour the women that shaped their success

Mamelodi Sundowns players Aubrey Ngoma and Anele Ngcongca have paid tribute to the women who have had the biggest impact on their lives.

WATCH | Metro policewomen do the #JerusalemaDanceChallenge

Members of eThekwini's Metro Police joined in on the global trend and danced to Master KG's renowned track "Jerusalema" on Monday

French, Nigerian troops hunt for killers of aid workers in Niger

French and Nigerien soldiers searched through a giraffe reserve and the surrounding area in Niger on Monday for traces of the gunmen who killed six French aid workers, a French military source said.

Two arrested after robbery turned into rape ordeal for women in Graaff-Reinet

Two men were arrested for allegedly raping three women after robbing them at Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape

Nzimande concerned about lack of transformation at vice-chancellors level

Minister of higher education and training Blade Nzimande has raised concerns about  gender transformation at the vice-chancellor’s

Ndabeni-Abrahams responds to uproar over image of old man 'kneeling'

Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams claims the picture of an old man kneeling before her was misinterpreted as the man is disabled and cannot walk.

Department of basic education urges communities to be vigilant after school disruptions

The department of basic education has urged communities to protect schools against disruptions as there have been  attempts allegedly by some members of school governing bodies  (SGB) across the country to close schools and disrupt learning

No human rights abuse in Zimbabwe: Mnangangwa

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday called criticism of human rights abuses by his government “divisive falsehoods” and said his

Defence ministry unmasks fraudsters soliciting bids for 'PPE tender'

SA's defence ministry has taken a "dim view" of fraudsters using department of defence letterheads and Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula's name to put out a "tender" for 45,000 face masks

Why lions are less likely to attack cattle with eyes painted on their backsides

The predation of livestock by carnivores, and the retaliatory killing of carnivores as a result, is a major global conservation challenge. Such human-wildlife conflicts are a key driver of large carnivore declines and the costs of co-existence are often disproportionately borne by rural communities in the global south.

Sangomas drown during initiation ceremony in river

Three sangomas drowned during a weekend initiation ceremony in the Mbokodweni River in the Folweni area, south of Durban

Cops bust 13 for 'repackaging' expired sweets, drinks and snacks in Gauteng

City of Ekurhuleni MMC for community safety Phaladi Mmoko said police raided the facility in Springs on Friday after a tip-off from community members.

Man arrested in fast food drive-thru over 'kidnapping' of KZN woman

A man who is alleged to have kidnapped a Pietermaritzburg woman on Thursday has been arrested

Two killed, police wounded as funeral ‘after tears’ bash ends in gunfight

Two people were killed and three others, including two SAPS members, were wounded during a shootout after a weekend funeral near Hazyview in Mpumalanga

Fake news! Zweli Mkhize does not own a PPE manufacturing company

SA's health ministry rubbished claims on Monday that Dr Zweli Mkhize - at the forefront of the country's battle against the coronavirus pandemic - owned a company that manufactured personal protective equipment (PPE).

How we plan to make women more financially independent: Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa says that government is scaling up its support for women to enable them to become financially independent, making them less likely to becoming victims of abuse.

New Zealand records 100 days without domestic transmission of Covid-19

New Zealand marked 100 days without a domestic transmission of the coronavirus on Sunday, but warned against complacency as countries like Vietnam and Australia which once had the virus under control now battle a resurgence in infections.

US sets record as coronavirus cases top 5 million

The United States set a record for coronavirus cases on Saturday, with more than 5 million people now infected, according to a Reuters tally, as the country's top infectious diseases official offered hope earlier this week that an effective vaccine might be available by year-end.

Thousands protest against Netanyahu over Covid-19 and alleged corruption

Thousands of Israelis rallied outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence in Jerusalem on Saturday as anger mounted over corruption allegations and his handling of the coronavirus crisis.

Beirut protesters hurl rocks as anger over devastating blast reignites

Lebanese protesters hurled rocks at security forces blocking a road near parliament on Sunday in a second day of anti-government demonstrations after the devastating explosion in Beirut last Tuesday.

Gunmen kill six French tourists, two Nigerians in Niger

Gunmen on motorcycles killed six French tourists and two Nigerians in a wildlife park in Niger on Sunday, a senior official said.

Nerina Skuy’s journey from District Six to CEO

The road from Cape Town's District Six to sitting in the driver’s seat as CEO of the company that runs Port Elizabeth's famed Apple Express has not been an easy one.

Life behind bars for killing deaf woman over food and money

“Women are killed on a daily basis in this area. Women, especially deaf women, should be protected by our courts because they are vulnerable.”

Jacob Zuma tweets apology for calling Derek Hanekom 'enemy agent'

Former president Jacob Zuma has tweeted an apology for claiming on the social media platform in 2019 that former minister Derek Hanekom was a “known enemy agent”.

'Women’s Day cannot be drenched in tears': Ramaphosa

Despite advances made by the government, millions of women still live in poverty, facing discrimination and violence, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Women's Day.

Kaya FM MD takes leave as station grapples with allegations

Kaya FM’s MD, Greg Maloka, has taken a voluntary leave of absence amid allegations of wrongdoing at the Gauteng radio station.

Shaheda Omar, eternal optimist on a daily mission to help children

Shaheda Omar is an eternal optimist. Throughout her two decades of working with abused children her motto has been, “wake up, make up and show up”.
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