Jenna Etheridge

Mandela on life, the universe and everything

Nelson Mandela was a man who moved a nation with his words. And through his words he helped a nation move towards democracy.

Govt: Hate speech ruling ‘a personal matter for Qwelane’

A ruling of hate speech against SA ambassador to Uganda Jon Qwelane is a "personal matter" he will have to deal with, the government says.

Welcome to winter: Cold weather descends on SA

Blankets, scarves and steaming soup were the order of the day for South Africans caught unawares by chilly weather across the country on Thursday.

Champagne flows as Zuma kicks off ANC’s ruling party

President Jacob Zuma started off the ANC's election victory celebrations by thanking supporters "for a job well done" -- and having a dig at critics.

Over six hundred injured in Soweto train collision

At least 644 passengers were injured, two critically, when two trains collided in Meadowlands, Soweto, on Thursday

Be free with e: Late night Naked News to continue

A late-night news bulletin on that features nude presenters was not in contravention of broadcasting standards, the BCCSA said on Tuesday.

Power-sharing failure admission needed

SA and the international community need to acknowledge the power-sharing deal in Zimbabwe has failed, Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday.

Cosas: No link between ‘hit back’ comments and stabbing

There's no link between a pupil stabbing a teacher in Soweto and comments by Cosas on pupil retaliation, the provincial congress said on Friday.

‘West-End serial killer’ found guilty

Jack Mogale was found guilty on Wednesday in the Johannesburg High Court of 52 of the 61 charges against him, including rape, kidnapping and murder.

Ngcobo says justice delayed is justice denied

SA courts need to improve their efficiency in order to increase the public's access to justice, Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo said on Saturday.

Majali to remain behind bars

Controversial businessman Sandile Majali will remain behind bars until Tuesday, when his bail application gets under way in Johannesburg.

NUM raises mine safety debate

The SA mining sector should focus more on safety and less on meeting targets in light of the Chile accident, the National Union of Mineworkers said.

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