Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana resigns
President Jacob Zuma on Saturday said that he had accepted the resignation of Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mduduzi Manana.



Qwelane hate speech ruling hailed as a victory by queer activists
The Johannesburg High Court today delivered a ruling declaring comments made in a 2009 column in Sunday Sun as hate speech.


IDC loan of R60m ‘gone in one year’
The development finance entity says it wasn’t aware of a beneficiary’s connection to a minister


Saudi king orders reopening of Qatar border to pilgrims
King Salman has ordered the reopening of the border with Qatar to hajj pilgrims, state media said Thursday, despite a major diplomatic crisis.


Mexico's prickly pear cactus: energy source of the future?
Scientists have come up with a new use for the bright green plant: producing renewable energy.


Teacher shot in murder-suicide in full view of pupils
The incident occurred at Sedibasathutho primary school near Bushbuckridge.


Butter price and supply going rancid
Drought, global shortages and over-enthusiastic banting mean the commodity is in short supply

M&G Africa

Burkina attack shows jihadists’ strength
"This attack is all about Burkina Faso's membership of the G5 Sahel force"


Rape and (in)justice: 340 guilty verdicts from 3952 cases
A new study shows the dreadful reality of how the criminal justice system is failing victims of this 'priority crime' in SA.


PSL Update: Master and student go head to head
Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy will square off with his former mentor, Gavin Hunt of Wits.

Arts & Culture

Reimagining the lens of land
Shifting perspectives as well as transposing characters and concepts, Nwabisa Plaatjie gives a new spin to an old play

Client Media Releases

Ushering in a new era at VUT
Hyperscale demand encourages African infrastructure investment
Former NWU Soccer Institute player makes national team