There is a growing concern about the increasing number of South Africans detained abroad, marijuana sales reach an all time high, and here are a number of tips to stay safe this holiday season.
Here are some of our top picks for the day:
South Africa's top cop wants all citizens to be safe this festive season and is appealing to everyone to be considerate, responsible and vigilant to ensure their personal safety and that of others.
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) said in a statement that the South African government was "concerned" about the growing number of South Africans detained abroad.
Former president Jacob Zuma says he has decided to "move with times" and join various social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The ANC in Gauteng has decided to refer mayors from two of its municipalities in the West Rand to its provincial integrity commission over the VBS scandal, while its council in Emfuleni will elect a new mayor.
Kensington Palace has shared The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Christmas card and it's adorable.
Former Springbok wing Ashwin Willemse says he was shocked to learn of an email sent by Nick Mallett to SuperSport's producer.
They call her the "young miracle". A baby who was admitted to an Ebola treatment centre just six days after birth is now recovered from the virus.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has had a heck of a long year. His ouster of Jacob Zuma on Valentine’s Day was the undisputed highlight. But it hasn't been plain sailing since, writes Pieter du Toit.
You can now buy and sell dagga on Toronto's stock exchange Marijuana's push into the mainstream now includes a store inside Manhattan's Chelsea Market, where a holiday shopper seeking a gift for that cannabis connoisseur in their life can spend $6 000 on a glass pot pipe in the shape of a skateboard.
EU leaders rebuffed a plea by Theresa May on Thursday to help her sell her Brexit deal to parliament, warning she must set out exactly what she wants – and announcing they would step up contingency plans in case the deal collapses.
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