It should be frowned upon for a minister or proxy to call a CEO of a state entity enquiring about opportunities for comrades, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Showers late. More sun than clouds. Cool.
Every now and then people visit South Africa, only to find that their hearts are touched in a way that ties them forever to the men, women and children of our beautiful land, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
The KZN provincial government has come under heavy criticism following Tuesday’s clampdown on foreign national-owned shops it claimed were operating illegally, with human rights groups describing the move as xenophobic.
Investors should not be alarmed by the JSE’s computer glitch that caused it to misrepresent foreign sellers of SA equities as net buyers of R98.10bn worth of stocks.
According to National Institute for Communicable Diseases, foreign nationals with a confirmed diagnosis of Ebola will not be let into SA for treatment.
SA should recognise the contribution of foreigners, writes Mzwandile Jacks.
Two Zimbabwean men were shot dead in the Johannesburg township of Diepsloot Sunday. Several foreign-owned shops have been looted since. Watch a video about the tension.
Foreigners living in South Africa have been forced to leave their homes for their own safety. Watch our updated multimedia presentation summarising the events of the last few days.
At least three people have been killed, dozens injured, and hundreds displaced in what are believed to be xenophobic attacks in Alexandra and Diepsloot townships, Johannesburg, which started on Sunday 11 May.
Foreigners are ditching South African assets at the fastest pace on record as concern mounts that the government will lose its last investment-grade rating.
A new bill that will set out unique land ceilings for various districts in the country has been published in the Government Gazette for public comment.
A computer glitch has caused the JSE to hugely misrepresent foreign sellers of SA equities as net buyers of R98.10bn worth of local stocks from May to July 20.
Germany doesn't have road tolls for cars - trucks yes, cars no - but is now planning to install a system to target for cars from other countries.
A Fin24 user tells how she beat the odds to succeed as a highly educated foreigner in South Africa.
News24's Lauren Clifford-Holmes headed to Soetwater refugee camp in Cape Town to see the conditions people are living in. Soetwater houses around 3000 refugees at the moment.
Xenophobic violence continues to spread across Gauteng. As the death toll rises to 22, and shocking images emerge in the national news media, News24 continues to publish photographs from across the country.
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