Suspects of organised crime seem to be the big winners of a massive “purge” at the SA Revenue Service (Sars)
An editor takes on a thorny issue – and the ANC responds.
The SABC has for the first time admitted that its New Age business breakfasts are more advantageous to the Gupta family, which owns the newspaper, than to the public broadcaster.
I cannot understand the pain you and your sisters, Sonja and Lorraine, are experiencing right now.
For years the scandal-plagued Bosasa group had been receiving lucrative government tenders, partly based on its BEE credentials.
Reeva Steenkamp was crouching behind the toilet door in Oscar Pistorius’ bathroom when she was shot dead on Valentine’s Day.
An ex-girlfriend of murder accused Oscar Pistorius has spilled the beans to the police.
Senior advocate Guido Penzhorn revealed this morning that President Jacob Zuma offered him the position as head of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) in February.
Who told South African men that their spouses belonged to them? Who told us that the bodies of our lovers, girlfriends and wives were our property to beat, rape or mutilate when we felt like it?
President Jacob Zuma says he hasn’t had the time to appoint a permanent head of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) because “there have been significant real crises such as at Mangaung”.
The family of former president Nelson Mandela was seriously considering switching off his life-support machines, their advocate told the Mthatha High Court.
City Press on Twitter
- Joburg ‘land scammer’ to be sentenced today: http://t.co/2zXKPlXQjG 3 hours ago
- Siege may have been preventable, admits Australia’s leader: http://t.co/rmJ91JWLNR 3 hours ago
- What pushed US and Cuba to their deal? http://t.co/Zn8zFKhr4i 4 hours ago
- 54 Nigerian soldiers sentenced to death for refusing to fight: http://t.co/alqDR0Zd40 4 hours ago
- Why is it that so many people are unemployed when there is so much to be done in this country?, asks Herman Mashaba: http://t.co/0cB4aAM6BY 4 hours ago
I run because I run, and lately it feels like I’ve been running for my life.
Ordinary people are adversely affected by load shedding, and there may well be disastrous consequences for jobs, livelihoods and our sinking economy.
We hear it all the time, especially during the festive season. Many of South Africa’s taxis are death traps.