Ramaphosa declares R76-million, rest kept confidential
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared R76-million in personal wealth, but it is just the tip of the iceberg in the politician's bank balance.
Dirco minister avoids 'finger-pointing' over Nigeria church building collapse
Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane deflects raising doubt over the strength of diplomatic ties between SA and Nigeria following the disaster.
Scotland's independence could take EU into uncharted territory
A "Yes" vote to Scotland's independence will pose baffling questions for the EU, and could see Scotland clamouring to join while England leaves.
EFF: Ramaphosa has blood on his hands
EFF leaders were ejected from the National Assembly as they refused to withdraw statements that Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is a murderer.
Parliament backs Mbete in Twitter campaign
Parliament launched a #KnowYourSpeaker campaign, championing Baleka Mbete after a walkout handed the ANC success in a vote of no confidence in her.
Malema, Shivambu thrown out of Parliament - again
The two EFF leaders have been thrown out of Parliament for a second time after calling Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa a murderer.
South Sudan backtracks on foreign worker policy
The government has reversed its announcement that only nationals can work in the country, saying employment regulations "will be discussed later".
English FA to restrict imports of foreign players
The Football Association wants to reduce the number of non-EU players in England's leagues by half to foster local talent and boost the national side.
Nigeria's TB Joshua cures anything - from Aids to cancer
The "prophet" of Nigeria's Synagogue Church of All Nations is claimed to have healed a man in a wheelchair, a deaf woman, and even cured Aids.
South Sudan bans foreign workers
The government has ordered all non-citizens replaced with vetted nationals, sparking fears that the war-torn country is headed for complete collapse.
Ebola: Obama orders US military to West Africa
President Barack Obama has called the Ebola crisis a threat to world security and has sent up to 3 000 US military personnel to the region.
Scottish referendum: Youngest voters have their say
As the Scots vote on their independence, a photo essay shows first-time voters who will celebrate their birthdays on the day of the referendum.
Mugabe says sanctions on Russia must not be allowed
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe voiced his support for Russia, describing Western sanctions against Moscow as "illegal".
Lesotho to hold early elections
Lesotho may head to the polls soon in an attempt to restore political stability, as the country's leadership crisis appears to be intensifying.
Fredericks secures gold medal at IAAF Continental Cup
Cornel Fredericks was the only South African athlete to secure a gold medal in an individual event at the two-day competition in Marrakech, Morocco.
Economic week ahead: Scot watch
Scots head to the polls this week to determine the future of the UK, making investors jittery and impacting markets, which loathe uncertainty.
Fate of United Kingdom hangs in balance after new Scotland polls
There can be no going back, Prime Minister David Cameron warns Scots ahead of independence vote.
Islamic State behead British aid worker
Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video on Saturday of the beheading of aid worker David Haines.
Boks getting better and better, says Meyer
The Springboks put a positive spin on their narrow defeat to the All Blacks in a bruising encounter on Saturday.
Springboks come up short after defeat by All Blacks
New Zealand have beaten SA - crushing the teams' dream of wanting to win to cap celebrations for captain Jean de Villiers 100th Test.
Minimum wage, maximum debate
Politicians and researchers remain deeply divided over the merits and cons of a national minimum wage.
Brave Bafana need experience injection to finish the job
Mashaba should beef up the squad and allow more convincing options off the bench, instead of players who haven't even touched a ball in the PSL yet.