Cape Town – The government has criticised Australia’s bid to fast-track visas for white South African farmers, controversial SARS chief Jonas Makwakwa resigns and meet the ‘real-life vampire’ woman who is allergic to the sun.
The Constitutional Court has dismissed an application by the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution seeking to delay an announcement by National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams relating to the prosecution of former president Jacob Zuma.
The department of international relations and cooperation has slammed statements made by an Australian politician, who says his country is examining the fast-tracking of visas for white South African farmers because of the dangers they apparently face in South Africa.
The South African Revenue Service says chief officer for business and individual tax Jonas Makwakwa has resigned.
Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada has appealed the ICC suspension that will see him miss the rest of the Australian series.
One of Stephen Hawking’s biggest moments on the small screen came on the hit TV show, The Big Bang Theory.
The ANC has appointed Refilwe Mtsweni and Sisi Ntombela as premiers-elect for Mpumalanga and Free State, respectively.
The fallout from Malusi Gigaba awarding citizenship status to the Gupta family is but a small taste of the misery that his department inflicts on thousands of people every year, writes Stefanie de Saude-Darbandi.
Three men have appeared in a Harare court for overpowering an armed policeman and stealing material worth nearly $5 000 from the building site of former president Robert Mugabe's daughter, Bona.
Julie Rohrdanz is highly allergic to sunlight and her friends often good-naturedly tease that she’s descended from "vampires".
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