In City Press today there’s allegations of a vendetta against the DA’s John Steenhuizen and Zwakele Mncwango is allegedly facing the axe; while the new Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams is taking on the SABC board over retrenchments, but the move is being seen as a political one ahead of the elections next year.
Survivors of a convicted sex offender have found their attacker still working as a dentist in Midrand and are calling on other survivors to contact them.
As Joburg hits the high notes with the Global Citizen concert, part of Nelson Mandela’s centenary celebrations, there’s a rift between the branches of the Mandela family.
A community in Rustenburg are living in fear after 11 people were murdered in eight days in what appears to be ethnic violence.
We visit the area to get the story from the residents who don’t know who is next.
Meanwhile, King Goodwill Zwelithini has lost his attempt to take land given to his “subjects” in a resolved land claim, and Triggerfish proves their animation chops again with the multi-award winning Belly Flop, which has been seen at 60 international festivals.
Mondli Makhanya sits down with Patrick Gaspard, former US Ambassador to SA and now head of the Open Society Foundations, which celebrates 25 years in SA this weekend.