iAfrica Cops to probe JZ graft charges - DA The Democratic Alliance (DA) claims police have agreed to investigate corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma brought forward by the party. Zuma to get Marikana report soon The Farlam Commission is finalising its report on the 2012 Marikana massacre and will hand it over to President Jacob Zuma before the end of ... 56 kids suffer food poisoning Fifty-six KwaZulu-Natal children were hospitalised on Friday after they showed signs of food poisoning, KZN emergency rescue services said. Ses'khona welcome CT's legal threats The Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement on Friday said the City of Cape Town was welcome to take them to the court and lay criminal charges ... Navy warship fires on fishing boat The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) on Friday said it was awaiting a detailed report on how it came to be that a warship ... Rhodes statue must go - UCT Senate The University of Cape Town’s Senate has overwhelmingly voted to remove the controversial statue of Cecil John Rhodes from its upper campus. Tibbetts shooter gets life sentence Lindray Khakhu was on Friday sentenced to life in prison for the murder of three-year-old toddler Luke Tibbetts. No agenda against Jiba - Nxasana The head of the National Prosecuting Authority, Mxolisi Nxasana, has denied having an agenda against his deputy Nomgcobo Jiba. No UIF for 80% of domestic workers Only 20 percent of domestic workers are covered by the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), according to the Democratic Alliance. 'Drunk' cop video goes viral A video which has been uploaded on social media has gone viral after showing an allegedly drunk police officer being confronted by a motorist. News24 News24.com | Children in fatal 2 car crash Two children have died in a two car crash in Gauteng, and two children have been hospitalised. News24.com | Horror R501 crash Two people died and 12 others were injured when a taxi and car collided on the R501, about 25km from Potchefstroom. News24.com | Woman hit by car in Pinetown dies A woman has died in hospital after being hit by a car on Underwood Road in Pinetown, Durban. News24.com | Leigh Matthews killer blocks prison transfer Donovan Moodley, convicted for the kidnapping and murder of Leigh Matthews, has blocked an attempt by the correctional services department to move him from the ... News24.com | UCT Senate in favour of statue's removal UCT’s Senate has voted in favour of the removal of Cecil Rhodes’ statue from its campus. News24.com | 5 killed in KZN crashes Five people have been killed in accidents across KwaZulu-Natal, emergency medical services say. News24.com | Zuma to get Marikana report next week The Farlam Commission of Inquiry was finalising its report into the events at Marikana and would hand it over to President Jacob Zuma before the ... Times Live Boko Haram gunmen kill 6 voters in northeast Nigeria Islamist Boko Haram insurgents launched two deadly attacks on voters in northeast Nigeria on Saturday, police and a security source said, killing six people in ... Hackers shut down Nigeria electoral commission website A group calling itself the Nigerian Cyber Army hacked into and shut down the electoral commission’s website on Saturday, warning officials not to rig the ... Earth hour climate change kicks off around the world The first major event to mark the ninth annual global Earth Hour event to highlight climate change was a performance of Gustav Holst’s The Planets ... Italy clears Knox of murder that gripped the world Italy’s top court has thrown out Amanda Knox’s conviction for the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher, bringing a sensational end to an eight-year ... Pensioner given rare R192 million Picasso 'for act of kindness' Italian police are trying to establish the true owner of a Picasso painting worth R192 million after confiscating it from a pensioner who says he ... Nigerian president quits voting station after tech glitch Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan turned up Saturday to accredit himself and his wife Patience for his re-election bid but problems with new voting technology forced ... Two dead, 12 injured in North West crash Two people died and 12 others were injured when a taxi and car collided on the R501, about 25km from Potchefstroom, paramedics said on Saturday. Moodley applies to block prison transfer Donovan Moodley, convicted for the kidnapping and murder of Leigh Matthews, blocked an attempt by the correctional services department to move him from the Johannesburg ... SABC News Five of six Transnet lightning victims laid to rest A mass funeral has been held for five of the six people who were struck by lightning on the N8 near Botshabelo in the Free ... 21 Killed on SA roads Twenty one people have been killed in separate accidents across the country in the past 24 hours. Sentence in Luke Tibbettss murder case widely welcomed The NPA has described the murder conviction and sentencing of Lyndray Khakhu for the murder of Luke Tibbetts as a victory for the justice system. SAPS shocked by accusations against Phiyega SAPS says it is shocked by the accusations against National Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega. UCT Senate votes in favour of Rhodes' statue removal UCT’s Senate has reportedly voted overwhelmingly in favour of the removal of a statue of Cecil John Rhodes statue from the campus. Community sheds information on KZN shallow graves Information has started coming through on the mass graves that were recently found on a farm in KwaZulu Natal. Youngs cross examination ends with an apology to Mandela Arms deal losing bidder Dr. Richard Young’s 14 days of giving evidence and cross examination by various lawyers ended with an apology. Google South Africa Horror R501 crash - News24 News24 Government, EFF applaud UCT's statue removal - Eyewitness News Eyewitness News Marikana report to Zuma by Tuesday - BDlive BDlive Justice body admonishes NPA, SAPS - Independent Online Independent Online Leigh Matthews killer blocks prison transfer - News24 News24 5 killed in KZN crashes - News24 News24 Tibbetts' family to focus on 'healing' - Eyewitness News Eyewitness News MoneywebError fetching feedSA Breaking News UCT Senate votes to remove Rhodes statue The University of Cape Town’s senate has voted to remove the statute of Cecil John ... 35 Injured In Limpopo Bus Crash At least 35 people were injured in a collision on the R101 at the Sebediela off ramp in ... 56 Schoolchildren fall ill due to suspected food poisoning Fifty six children in Richmond have been treated after falling ill at school, said the KwaZulu-Natal ... Hawks too scared to arrest Mandela’s grandson for fraud – report Nelson Mandela’s grandson has had a case of fraud open against him since 2012, but the Hawks ... Sierra Leone on lockdown to meet zero Ebola infections target Sierra Leone residents were limited to their homes on Friday as authorities began a three-day lockdown to prevent ... Mail & Guardian Zuma: 2015 will be a busy year for ANC politics Jacob Zuma has admitted that the state of the ANC’s leagues is a weakness within the organisation and has called on leaders not to interfere. Plugged in pupils are sparking The roll-out of an innovative ICT project is seeing remarkable results but what comes next? Nigeria votes: What could go terribly wrong, or wonderfully right, with the election? Nigeria votes today in a closely fought election after a campaign dominated by a slowing economy and a war against Islamist Boko Haram militants. Saps: Validity of Jiba summons not questioned The SA Police Service says it has never questioned the validity of a summons delivered against deputy prosecutions boss Nomgcobo Jiba. Township funeral: Wie sien ons? In March, Soshanguve made the news after a video showing women twerking and gyrating at a cemetery during a burial ceremony, went viral. Sowetan Marikana report to be handed to Zuma by Tuesday The Farlam Commission of Inquiry was finalising its report into the events at Marikana and would hand it over to President Jacob Zuma before the ... Paramedics robbed while on duty WESTERN Cape paramedics were robbed of their cellphones and a GPS in one of the Cape Town townships yesterday. Rich rapist could have paid for sex A MAGISTRATE in the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court told a convicted rapist he should not have committed the crime because he was rich and could easily ... IT Web Matsepe-Casaburri: a true comrade Alison Gillwald, executive director of Research ICT Africa, responds to ITWeb’s recent story (../?id=142078:DTPS-honours-‘Poison-Ivy’) on late minister Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri: I find… Fighting cyber crime in Nigeria Nigerian cyber criminals believe in networking, says Abdulkarim Chukkol, head of the Advance Fee Fra… Jasco appoints channel sales manager Mark Stephens, new channel sales manager for Jasco Enterprise. The Jasco Group has appointed Mark St… App accepts paper cheques, Bitcoins PayStand allows merchants to capture and process paper cheques by photographing them. Silicon Valley… Vodacom's 'desperate' price hike riles consumers Vodacom’s latest price hike indicates it sees dark days ahead in terms of profit. Vodacom’s surprise… TechCentral SA’s LifeQ breathes life into wearables You could be forgiven for thinking you’ve wandered onto the set of Star Trek when you visit the offices of LifeQ in Stellenbosch, near Cape ... No to encryption, says ex-Icasa chair The erstwhile chair of communications regulator Icasa, Paris Mashile, has added his voice to the set-top box debate. And his views reflect those of communications ... Medupi strikers fired Eskom contractors have fired over a thousand workers for taking part in an illegal strike at the Medupi power station in Lephalale in Limpopo, the ... Eskom warns of more blackouts There is a high possibility of rolling blackouts on Friday, Eskom said on its Twitter account. “The load-shedding prognosis today [Friday] remains high and is ... Vodacom to hike contract prices Mobile operator Vodacom has surprised by market by announcing plans to hike contract tariff plans from 1 May. Vodacom intends increasing the subscription fees on ... AllAfrica Bafana, Super Eagles Resume Rivalry [CAJ News] Johannesburg -THE Absa Premiership will take a recess this weekend to make way for the much-anticipated friendly between sworn rivals South Africa and ... SA Academic Banned By French Universities From Speaking On Palestine [Fahamu] A petition has been launched demanding that French universities not succumb to pressure to ban anti-apartheid activist and scholar Prof Farid Esack. Investment Opportunities in Automotive, Renewable Energy With South Africa [Egypt Online] Chairman of the Industrial Development Authority (IDA) Ismail Gaber stressed keenness of the Ministry Industry on strengthening relations with South Africa on the ... Department Wins Coveted UN Water Award [SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Department of Water and Sanitation and Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA) have jointly scooped the ‘Water for Life’ UN-Water ... Inquiry Must Establish Root Cause of Eskom's Problems - President [SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma says the independent commission of inquiry into Eskom should get to the root cause of the problems facing the power ... SouthAfrica.info SA commits R1bn to supporting black industrialists A R1-billion government incentive scheme aimed at developing black industrialists will help South Africa achieve radical transformation of its economy, Trade and Industry Minister Rob ... South Africa to seek solutions to electricity constraints A summit for all stakeholders – government, business and civil society – will be held to find solutions to the electricity constraints in South Africa, ... Langa closes its streets to cars Part of Langa will be car-free when the Cape Town township opens its streets to pedestrians, cyclists, skaters and others on Sunday, 29 March. Open ... Work is on track at Sol Plaatje University Construction at the university in Kimberley is meeting its milestones and will be ready for its 2016 student intake. The central campus is part of ... South Africa's 4+1 plan to boost maths teachers We need to be extremely radical in our determination to save our children, the Department of Basic Education said when it announced the implementation of ... 2OceansVibe Audi Driver Repeatedly Punishes Another Car With His Car [Video] That person who bumps into your car and then leaves a note but with no contact details ... Willie Nelson Is Basically Going To Rule The Weed Industry In America Now that the United States seem to be moving towards a point of legalising weed, at least ... Jon Hamm Discusses Rehab And Don Draper Alcoholic Comparisons What Would Don Draper Do? Well, he would have another drink, actually. It sounds like Jon Hamm ... Remember That Flying Car? They’re Selling Them In Two Years Time [Video] At the rate air travel is going, I am starting to think I would like to be ... [UPDATE] HUGE…Co-Pilot Of Germanwings Plane Was Teased And Hid Mental Illness From Employers As the media attention from around the world focuses on the Germanwings crash new details have emerged ... ZA News Not a Top Chap After All What More than a million Top Gear fans have signed a petition for Jeremy Clarkson to be reinstated this after his suspension from the BBC for ... PUPPET NATION ZA Audio Podcast | Ep73 Agents, take a listen here to the latest audio podcast of Puppet Nation ZA. Or, much better, go to iono.fm, follow our channel for free and have some ... Removal of Colonial Icons Eskom Apologises For Forcing People To Communicate Directly With Each Other Without electricity for smartphones and tablets, South Africans have to listen to each other in the dark PRETORIA – Eskom offered its sincerest commiserations at ... Goodluck Jonathan’s Opponents City Press Winston Ngozi’s family cry foul over tribute performances The family of the late jazz saxophonist Winston “Mankunku” Ngozi claim they were never consulted about tribute performances set to take place at the Cape ... Marikana report to Zuma by Tuesday The Farlam Commission of Inquiry is finalising its report into the events at Marikana and would hand it over to President Jacob Zuma before the ... Pics – Nigeria decides in tightly contested elections Nigerians went to the polls on Saturday (March 28 2015) in presidential elections which analysts say will be the most tightly contested in the history ... Car bomb blasts Nigerian poll station, no casualties Police say a car bomb exploded at a polling station in Nigeria’s south-central Enugu state but did not hurt people gathering to vote in a ... Michael Clarke: ‘World Cup final will be last ODI’ Michael Clarke’s retirement decision overshadowed the eve of the Cricket World Cup final, with the Australian captain using a pre-match news conference to reveal tomorrow’s ... Rugby - Ou Grote 2015 Super 15 predictions round 8 03/04 08h35 Hurricanes v Stormers Predictions Rob (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 10 James (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 9 Footyforecaster: Hurricanes by 9 Sportingbet: Hurricanes Bet.coza: ... School rugby results – 21 March 2015 Gauteng Affies 24 v 00 Helpmekaar College Alberton 17 v 17 Brits Brandwag 10 v 5 Tuine Bryanston 14 v 12 Krugersdorp Die Anker 33 ... 2015 Super 15 predictions round 7 27/03 08h35 Hurricanes v Rebels Predictions Rob (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 15 James (Ou Grote): Hurricanes by 19 Footyforecaster: Hurricanes by 14 Sportingbet: Hurricanes Bet.coza: ... Kearsney Easter Rugby Festival 2015 The school rugby season has only just kicked off, but the country’s top teams are already preparing to make their mark at several festivals taking ... Flinkdink Friday 07 – The 1995 Rugby World Cup Final How well do you know the details of the 1995 Rugby World Cup Final – the greatest day in the history of South African rugby?