Numsa consults members on metal sector wage offer
Numsa says its NEC has agreed to consult members on the wage offer in the metal sector.
Saru dismisses giving race quota instructions
The South African Rugby Union says it did not instruct that at least half of the SA Schools Rugby team must be made up of players of colour.
Nearly R50m paid out to suspended public servants
Millions have been paid out to the about 400 public servants who are currently on paid suspensions, according to a newspaper report.
Hamas agrees to 24-hour Eid truce
Hamas has agreed to observe a 24-hour humanitarian truce after initially rejecting such an offer by Israel.
Time to release Eugene de Kock, says Boraine
Apartheid-era assassin Eugene de Kock has "served his time", according to former TRC deputy chairperson Alex Boraine.
Nineteen Cabinet members have business ties
Over a quarter of Cabinet have ties to private business interests, a media report said on Sunday.
Iraq, a nation in peril
The Iraq government is trying to reverse a three-way split of the country.
Crusaders feel the wind shift in their favour
The Canterbury Crusaders have showed the calibre of performance that will give their supporters hope they can add an eighth title next week.
Three golds for SA team in Glasgow
Chad le Clos won gold in the 200m butterfly and fellow South African Sebastien Rosseau claimed bronze.
Over 1 000 Palestinians killed in Gaza
A deal to end the conflict in the Gaza Strip looks remote, Israeli ministers have said.
EFF: We will liberate the world
Julius Malema told supporters at the party's first anniversary celebrations in Soweto that the EFF was already "playing in the big leagues".
Israel agrees to extend Gaza truce
Israel has extended the 12-hour truce by four hours after international powers called on it and Palestinian militants to extend the ceasefire.
Nigeria on red alert after first Ebola death
The virus has claimed its first victim in Nigeria, prompting officials to deploy health workers to all entry points and seek out suspected cases.
US monitors Ebola outbreak closely after virus reaches Nigeria
US officials are working with West African governments and aid groups to help stop the virus spreading further as known cases head for 1 100.
Shakes Mashaba is new Bafana coach
Safa has appointed South African coach Ephraim "Shakes" Mashaba as the new head coach of Bafana Bafana, a position he held previously in 2002.
Man U's Mata warms to Van Gaal tactics
English Premier League football player Juan Mata has given his seal of approval to manager Louis van Gaal's new tactical system for Manchester United.
Ceasefire takes effect between Israel, Gaza militants
A 12-hour truce is in effect after Israel and Palestinian militant groups in Gaza agreed to a UN request amid efforts to secure a long-term ceasefire.
Prominent Swazi activists jailed for criticism of judiciary
Swaziland's high court has sentenced an editor and a human rights lawyer to two years for contempt of court over articles critical of the judiciary.
Air Algerie crash wipes out entire families
France has revealed that all passengers and crew on board an Air Algerie flight that crashed in Mali died in the tragedy, wiping out several families.
Eskom looks outside for expertise
The power parastatal has employed external consultant Mike Rossouw to help solve its myriad problems.
Anglo may announce more assets for sale
Standard Bank say nine more poorly performing assets could be put up for sale by Anglo as it prepares to report its first-half earnings.
Vodacom sales rise on African data boom
The telecom giant's sales rose to R18.3-billion in the second quarter with data revenue from other African countries accelerating growth.