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Malema opens case against Zuma, Gigaba and ‘Gupta crooks’

Addressing a crowd of EFF supporters outside JHB Central Police Station, Malema said that "we're protecting the poor African masses".

DA call on Emfuleni mayor to resign

The Democratic Alliance marched to the Emfuleni municipality building on Wednesday to call on Mayor Mahole Mofokeng to resign

Speech may be free but its consequences for Zille and Trump are costly

The infamous tweeters should think before they thumb - or have someone vet their social media comments

SA scores among the highest African countries for locally sourced content

“Only eight countries in Africa ... have a majority of content that is locally produced,” according to a new study.

Real Madrid named world’s most powerful football club

Los Blancos's successful season has resulted in the team replacing Barcelona as the world’s top brand, according to Brand Finance's latest report.

Can a period emoji further the conversation about menstruation?

The charity Plan International wants to create a period emoji. But will it further the conversation about menstruation?

Students spend more money a year than the average South African — marketing agency

A report by Student Village shows that students spent the most on home loan repayments, rent, car payments and clothes.

Gordhan: Globalisation widens income gap, policy must counter inequality

The former finance minister said new forms of social safety nets are needed to reduce the socioeconomic divides in countries such as South Africa.

Microsoft to open two data centres in Johannesburg, Cape Town

The technology company will now reach 40 regions globally.

Mbali Ntuli and the fine line some DA members must walk on social media

Some political analysts believe individuals should be allowed to dissent freely in a political party while still upholding its values

Opposition parties unite outside of Concourt to ‘fire Zuma’

On Monday, a sea of blue and red greeted the Concourt as protesters from the DA, SaveSA and the EFF gathered outside.

Former HuffPost SA editor applies for leave to appeal ‘hate speech’ article

The press ombud ruled that 'Could it be time to deny white men the franchise?' violated the Press Council's Code of Ethics and Conduct.

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