University of Zululand's B Ed programme could be declared invalid, says Nehawu
Nehawu deputy secretary Hlakaniphani Jamile says in a 13-page submission that vice-chancellor Xoliswa Mtose removed courses from the qualification.
ANC wants parliamentary inquiry into SABC board following Motsoeneng's 'unlawful' appointment
The appointment of Hlaudi Motsoeneng is "without a doubt the last straw that breaks the camel’s back," says the party's chief whip Jackson Mthembu.
No discussion in the ANC about replacing Pravin Gordhan - Mantashe
"You must never paint the picture that you are an institution fighting a government you are a part of," the ANC secretary general said.
Thuli Madonsela should not abuse her power – Motsoeneng
The public protector abused her power to serve her own agenda during her investigation into the former SABC COO, he insinuated on Tuesday.
Death of Israel's Peres: He won a Nobel prize but his Middle East peace dream remained elusive
Israel's elder statesman won world acclaim as a symbol of hope in a region long plagued by war fuelled by deep religious and political divisions.
'Downs' coach is realising the goal he set out for Bafana
Pitso Mosimane's long-held dream of conquering Africa might be coming true at last.
Capitec Bank cuts back lending to poorer workers
"We have limited credit extension to lower income earners," the bank said in a statement accompanying its results.
Hillary Clinton puts Donald Trump on defensive in blistering debate
Each accuses the other of distortions, falsehoods while Asian shares rise – suggesting investors see Clinton winning.
Got old plastic? Here’s how to cash in on your unwanted vinyl
There’s money to be made from records and most transactions take place online.
Five key debate moments that altered the course of a presidential race
Policy nuances often fail to stick in the minds of debate viewers. It's all about delivering the most memorable moment.
Nigerian army says Shekau has a 'mental issue' after the Boko Haram leader resurfaces
The army's director, Colonel Sani Kukasheka Usman, reassured citizens that they are capable of defending them from the terrorist group.
Ten things that SA sport must fix
Luke Alfred identifies 10 things he’d like to see in South African sport if the next 10 years aren’t going to be an agonising repeat of the past five.
790 people killed by US police in 2016: State of emergency called after second night of unrest in Charlotte
A state of emergency was declared after second night of unrest as protests flared after yet another police officer shot and killed a black man.
LGBTI Africans speak out, despite ongoing repression
Using the web, Nigerians and Kenyans are discussing issues officials want to keep hidden.
Rugby union boss among top officials summoned to the EP Kings' liquidation hearing
The fate of the team has major implications for the national union and its Super Rugby commitments.
Boks not black or talented enough
South African rugby
is at a low ebb right now and coach Allister Coetzee is facing an impossible dilemma
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi in Washington to calm IMF, investor fears
A scandal involving money borrowed by the country before Nyusi took office last year is set to overshadow the head of state's meetings.
Botswana LGBTI activists push to keep 'kill the gays' pastor out of their country
An LGBTI organisation in the country has initiated an online petition against Steven Anderson's visit to establish a branch of his church there.