President Zuma: Judiciary must be supported in doing its work
The president spoke about the Constitution's history and role, adding that it stipulated the separation of powers.
CIA says Russia intervened to help Trump win White House
US President Barack Obama ordered intelligence agencies to review foreign intervention into the election and deliver a report before he leaves office.
WATCH LIVE: South Africa commemorates 20th anniversary of Constitution signing
President Jacob Zuma will deliver a keynote address at the George Thabe Stadium in Sharpeville.
South Korean parliament votes overwhelmingly to impeach President Park
The impeachment motion was carried by a wider-than-expected 234-56 margin in a secret ballot in parliament.
Zuma increasingly relying on backing of rural 'premier league'
The president has warded off calls to resign over the scandals that have marred his administration thanks to a bloc of three premiers.
The former Zanu-PF man who believes his party can shake up Zimbabwe’s politics
Acie Lumumba says it is politics, and not activism, that will change his country.
It’s Sundowns’ time to shine
The Brazilians have a chance to give the world a taste of South African-style football.
Former Safa boss Nematandani banned over match-fixing
Nematandani was banned in connection with a match-fixing scandal involving Bafana Bafana in 2010.
Blitzbokke keep the SA rugby flag flying
The team has set an example that the 15-man format and other sports could follow.
Time Magazine names Donald Trump person of the year
The United States president-elect says the accolade means a lot to him.
#DataMustFall report suggests telcos could be forced to spin off wholesale arms
The report, which was tabled on 15 November and will be considered by parliament when it reconvenes next year.
Gupta dealings are small change
Commercial tax evasion has cost emerging economies trillions of dollars, but even they are guilty of doing it.
Enough is enough: Gambians put faith in democracy after ousting Yahya Jammeh at polls
Jammeh had tightened his hold on power with the help of the National Intelligence Agency, which protects state security by conducting covert probes.
Court of Arbitration for Sport maintains Sepp Blatter ban
Blatter was banned from all soccer-related activity last December along with then-European soccer boss Michel Platini.
Old-style Boks not up to the game
If anything, a regression to an almost all-white team and yesterday’s tactics is behind their failure.
Egyptians' rights deemed illegal
The military junta has used the law to effectively block all opposition and curtail the work of NGOs.
Nigeria's lesbians to challenge Act that prohibits same-sex marriage
They say a recent law violates the Constitution and that it has fuelled violence against queer people.
Curbing ‘big men’ may stem exodus
One of the reasons for Francophone Africa’s mass migration to France is leaders who refuse to go.
Liberians doubt General Butt Naked's altruism
Liberians were forgiving of the war’s atrocities but some are still apprehensive