Radical right plugs swart gevaar
The extremist group takes credit for alerting the world to the alleged persecution of white people in South Africa



Zwane’s mining DG in firing line
Industry players want new minister Gwede Mantashe to remove all those appointed by the former minister


Ramaphosa faces internal revolt
Factions line up over the proposal to delay a number of regional and provincial conferences

M&G Africa

UN: South African peacekeepers in DRC face paternity claims
The latest allegations have surfaced a month after South African troops were accused of sexually exploiting women in North Kivu.


Cape farmers lose 25% of orchards, vineyards as result of drought
Drought-stricken farmers in the Western Cape have had to abandon at least a quarter of their high-value vineyards and fruit orchards


Following pit toilet death, Education department to implement sanitation audit
Some schools in the Eastern Cape, which have no sanitation at all, would be addressed with urgency


Green power is still up in the air
Renewable energy producers were set to go ahead but resistance has gained momentum


Aussie Minister Dutton the next prime minister, or the great divider?
He has been described as solid, straightforward, laconic, with a strong sense of self and morality in a profile by The Australian.


[LISTEN] You and your vagina: Should you douche?
Our Mia Malan speaks to medical doctor Tlaleng Mofokeng about how to stay happy and healthy down there.

Arts & Culture

Apartheid killings and awkward questions
A book long in the making about controversial assassinations challenges official accounts


It is finally time for the Red She Devils
United said they had submitted an application to join the second tier of the Women’s Super League

Client Media Releases

NWU student runs for a good cause
'All South Africans enjoy equal human rights' - or do they?
SMEs graduate from Sanral's training programme
MiX Telematics helps raise disability awareness