Good behaviour pardons de Kock
While Clive Derby-Lewis wasn't recognised as being terminally ill enough Apartheid commander Eugene de Kock's is released on a progress.
Nathi Nhleko: It is in the interest of DPCI to fire Dramat
With the ANC and the EFF behind him the police minister continues to motion for Anwa Dramat's removal on grounds of misconduct.
Dramat's suspension referred to Mbete
The police minister's request to have suspended Hawks head Anwa Dramat removed from office has been referred to the speaker of Parliament.
De Kock gets parole but Derby-Lewis' medical parole rejected
Justice minister says former Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock will be released on parole while Clive Derby-Lewis remains behind bars.
DRC protests brew anger and grief
Violence erupted in Kinshasa as Joseph Kabila allegedly angles for an illicit third term.
The stars must align for SA to claim glory
The Proteas' World Cup hopes hinge on fortune allowing their world-class players to keep shining.
Reserve Bank holds interest rates, despite oil price crash
The Reserve Bank has decided to keep interest rates on hold in the face of a deteriorating global growth outlook and load-shedding.
China unleashes 'extraordinary assault on human rights'
China is violating human rights at an intensity that is unprecedented in its recent history, a top watchdog group said on Thursday.
Boko Haram: Nigerian military were warned of attacks
Amnesty International has said that Nigeria's senior military officers received information of a Boko Haram offensive but failed to take action.
Ebola and Nigerian strife to top AU summit agenda
African leaders are set to discuss economic recovery for countries affected by war and the Ebola virus at the African Union summit in Adis Ababa.
Russia's falling stock market faces new sanctions
A day after a US ratings agency downgraded ?Russia to "junk" status, the country's index fell by 3%. Russia could also face new sanctions.
Zuma: Public participation around minerals Bill was flawed
The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Bill was sent back for reconsideration because it did not pass constitutional muster.
All bets off for online gambling, despite a Parliament proposal
No control will adequately curb the harm that may be caused to citizens by online gambling, so it must remain banned, the government states.