#SarsWars: Abrahams undecided on dropping Gordhan fraud charges

The NPA boss denies reports that he may drop the charges against finance minister Pravin Gordhan.

Midterm budget: A balancing act for Gordhan as he tries to boost the economy

Pravin Gordhan has said he plans to reduce government spending, raise taxes and cut the budget deficit to 3.2 percent of GDP.

Sundowns triumph to become second SA team to conquer Africa

Mamelodi Sundowns became only the second South African club to win the African Champions League, holding on for a 3-1 aggregate triumph over Zamalek

Chief whip Mthembu urges ANC leaders to quit

"Perhaps we are not the leadership that can take the ANC forward under these conditions."

Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation distances itself from Malaysian fund involved in probe

Red Granite Pictures has said that to its knowledge none of the money it received was illegitimate and that it had done nothing wrong.

Melania Trump dismisses Donald Trump’s ‘grab them by the p****’ remarks as ‘boy talk’

Melania Trump told CNN her husband was engaged in "boy talk, and he was led on – like, egged on – from the host to say dirty and bad stuff".

Vice-president Ramaphosa backs embattled finance minister Gordhan

We must not undermine the work that the government and leaders of business and labour have been doing to stimulate investment in our economy, said VP.

ANC supports release of public protector’s state capture report

The ruling party's spokesperson, Zizi Kodwa, said he was not surprised that Zuma had sought a court order to block the report as that was his right.

‘Greatest living poet’ Bob Dylan wins Nobel literature prize

Regarded as the voice of a generation for his influential songs from the 1960s onwards, has won the Nobel Prize for Literature in a surprise decision

Colombia’s President Santos awarded the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize

Juan Manuel Santos won in a surprise choice after Colombians voted "No" to an agreement he signed with Marxist rebels to end 52 years of war.

Miller century seals remarkable run chase for Proteas, clinches Australia series

David Miller blasted an unbeaten century as South Africa chased down a massive target of 372 in the third one-dayer against Australia.

NY Times reveals how Trump’s 1995 tax records and $916m loss suggest no federal taxes for years

The Times said it had obtained the 1995 tax records and that they showed he received large tax benefits from deals that went bad in the early 1990s.

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