Guptas sell Tegeta mining interests to Swiss owner
Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments has sold Tegeta Exploration and Resources to Swiss-based Charles King SA for R2.97-billion, it announced on Wednesday.



SABC board: Committee agrees on 36 names for interviews
A final set of names will need to be agreed to by the committee following interviews.


Ramaphosa to face questions about Guptas, unemployment
The deputy president will be asked what government has done this year to address the country’s unemployment “crisis”.


Triple talaq: India's top court bans Islamic instant divorce
India's top court on Tuesday banned a controversial Islamic practice that allows men to divorce their wives instantly.


Fukushima reactor 'ice wall' nearly finished
Fukushima's operator on Tuesday started freezing the last section of a $320 million ice wall designed to combat widespread water contamination.


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


Global markets jittery as Trump fears persist
Worries over Trump's stalled economic agenda and upcoming high-stakes Washington fights had hurt global stocks on Friday

M&G Africa

Spice and all things rice: Lagos pays homage to jollof
In Nigeria, jollof rice isn't just a tasty West African dish – it's a national obsession.


Health or human rights? False dichotomy could fuel a resurgence in forced HIV testing
More than three decades ago, HIV activists fought against mandatory testing. Now an old battle is finding new life.


Goal-shy Man City give Guardiola déjà vu
City regularly struggled to kill teams off last season, drawing seven home games in the league.

Arts & Culture

Unravelling Darwin’s ‘hunch’
This beautifully written, well researched story of the origins of man forces us to today confront the social construct of ‘race’

Client Media Releases

Lonmin marks five years since Marikana massacre
Ushering in a new era at VUT
Hyperscale demand encourages African infrastructure investment