At a meeting at the president's official Cape Town residence, crime leaders allegedly said they would "mobilise our members and work hard for you".
South African Airways’s new boss, Musa Zwane, believes he can address the company’s problems in five years.
European leaders, backed by President Barack Obama, have come to an uncomfortable conclusion: they need Russia.
Why did the actor only have the courage to announce his status this week, four years after he was diagnosed with HIV?
SA’s democracy, won by much sacrifice, is in dire danger from the greed and machinations of a few.
Lieutenant General Solomon Makgale claims he has been defamed and has laid charges against former Crime Line head Yusuf Abramjee.
Destiny got it right putting Wits SRC head Nompendulo Mkatshwa on the cover, but disrupted the representation of #FeesMustFall as a faceless movement.
Like other struggling women, mothers in the sex trade want the best for their children, writes Marlise Richter.
The Sadc country's farmers feel trapped in a contract system they blame for low prices and growing debt in its tobacco industry.
President Jacob Zuma giggled a lot and managed to avoid answering any difficult questions from MPs.
Last year 32 658 people were victims of terrorism but crime is 13 times higher.
The tough discipline of cycling is no match for the determination and esprit de corps of the Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy in Khayelitsha.
Trumpeter Mandlesizwe Mlangeni assembled his dream team to form Amandla Freedom Ensemble and record his debut album.
Parisians fear for their lives in the wake of the attacks, but will not be bullied into staying at home, writes Ross Douglas.
Can President Jacob Zuma really have been unaware of who he was dealing with and their unsavoury reputations when meeting with known gang bosses?
The Paris attackers were known fanatics who evaded police surveillance.
The dry weather’s financial toll will be most felt as farmers begin to prepare for next year’s season.
The prosecutor involved in the SABC chief operating officer’s hearing has been controversially dismissed.
South Beirut has endured a series of suicide bombings over the past two years in response to Hezbollah’s forceful intervention in Syria.