President Cyril Ramaphosa has strongly condemned xenophobic attacks against foreigners, Schalk Brits has been banned for a month following a red card against the Sharks, and here's how much your favourite influencers bank on Instagram.
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President Cyril Rampahosa's son, Andile, has hired a law firm to review all his future and past business ventures to mitigate against a repeat of the Bosasa scandal that is dogging him and, by extension, the president.
The Electoral Commission of South Africa and Media Monitoring Africa have partnered to fight disinformation in the run-up to the elections.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has condemned violence against foreigners in South Africa and has called on law enforcement agencies to act against those who commit xenophobic crimes.
The first of April traditionally brings with it pranks and jokes, with journalists often getting in on the gag and many publications running spoof articles that have readers gasping in disbelief.
Rachel Kolisi, the wife of Springbok ruby captain Siya Kolisi, has returned to Instagram after deactivating her account after she accused a woman of sending her husband an explicit photo.
In a scarcely believable sequence of events, Bulls hooker Schalk Brits has been given a FOUR-week ban following his red card against the Sharks in Durban.
The ANC's reaction to 'Gangster State' – ill-considered, parochial, racist, rabid – not only reveals its structural inability to deal with serious allegations of corruption, but also that the book might well have hit the party amidships.
The world's most popular fashion and beauty influencers are always luring us in with aspirational content on their Instagram pages. Beyond compelling us to double tap they often inspire many to seek the same lifestyle and to score lucrative deals with brands as well.
Mozambican and international health workers raced to contain the outbreak of cholera in the cyclone-hit city of Beira, where the cases of the disease has jumped to 517 and the first death has been recorded.
Britain's Parliament gets a new chance to offer a way forward on Britain's divorce from the European Union with a series of votes on Brexit alternatives in an attempt to find the elusive idea that can command a majority.
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