More than half of young children in South Africa are regularly watching pornography, with at least 10% of them watching it every day. These are the findings of a study by Unisa’s Bureau of Market Research’s youth research unit.
Newly introduced ANC electoral rules will force delegates to elect at least two women to its top six structure and minimise the buying of delegates by those aspiring to be elected.
Power utility Eskom has taken a former employee and two coal suppliers to court, saying they should repay money that was exchanged as kickbacks to the parastatal.
A father and two of his sons have been linked to the hijacking and kidnapping of the daughter of ANC Sedibeng regional chairperson hopeful Mosotho Petlane.
When suspended Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane finally gives testimony at the section 194 committee inquiry into her fitness to hold office, she will no doubt have a lot to explain or put into context regarding the way she led the chapter 9 institution.
Actress Mbalenhle Mavimbela, who has been dubbed the “national wife” for her role as Mahlomu “Hlomu” Zulu in the acclaimed Showmax drama series The Wife, has welcomed her first baby.
Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency (Mega) CEO Isaac Mahlangu has denied allegations that a cartel of “politically connected” companies took over the procurement of land and the building of the parastatal’s new offices in Mbombela.
Troubled businessman Nzuzo Njilo allegedly pleaded poverty when debt collectors knocked on his door in Hyde Park, Johannesburg, on Friday to attach his furniture for failing to pay off debt worth close to R1 million.
Comedian Mongezi “Tol Ass Mo” Mahlangu and his wife Mome have lost industry gigs and have had to relocate from their home in Sandton since charges of sexual assault were laid against him in 2020.
Experts fear households, businesses in the food and catering industry, and everyone involved in the food refrigeration chain are at risk of throwing away more and more fresh food that spoils due to load shedding.
A few years back, I met a colleague with whom I got along well. He was a designer and I a journalist, and we used to talk about anything and everything under the sun, including his many girlfriends. There was one conversation, I remember, that disappointed me.
A former associate of Deputy President David Mabuza has finally withdrawn a claim for a loss of profit against the Mpumalanga department of agriculture, rural development, land and environmental affairs in an R187 million tender to provide tractors (and maintain them) to subsistence farmers.
South Africa’s leading coal-based power supplier, Mpumalanga, is now focusing on becoming a major generator of green energy.
Police have to be deployed to crime hotspots not only as a deterrent, but also so that communities feel safer. The latest crime statistics are compared with those from the same period last year, when the country was subject to Covid-19 lockdown levels 1 and 2 (the most relaxed levels since the pandemic began).
Fired Umhlobo Wenene FM presenter Reverend Mzukisi Faleni has taken legal steps in a bid to compel the SABC to reinstate him as the host of popular faith programmes Ukholo Nengqiqo and Imvuselelo, which air on Sundays.
Tomorrow marks the start of proceedings in the disciplinary case of suspended public enterprises director-general Kgathatso Tlhakudi, following a dramatic week in which the public enterprises department declined to comment on allegations of the confiscation of computers from its employees.
Forensic investigators at Open Water established that, in terms of a deal concluded in 2012, the municipality had been promised a 10% stake in the R150 million development, and the council had resolved that the developer should also pay R100 000 in cash.
The recommendations of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, headed by Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, are not binding, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.
As part of clamping down on corruption and improving the community’s confidence in government, President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally enacted a law that prevents high-ranking government officials in municipalities from holding political office in political parties.
“If I make a decision, it’s an informed decision.”
So says Tshwane Mayor Randall Williams in an explosive 90-minute audio recording in which he puts pressure on senior municipal officials to accept an investment proposal worth R48 billion.
A man balanced precariously on a high perch outside KwaKhangelamankengane Royal Palace to marvel at the proceedings below was just one of thousands who will probably treasure the moment until the day they die.
Despite warnings from elders that it was not acceptable to climb on top of the king’s kraal, the man stood firm on his perch on the enclosure made of tree trunks and branches.