Pravin Gordhan, Presidency move to reassure South Africans over Brexit
With the news that British voters decided to leave the European Union, emerging market currencies – including the Rand – have taken a beating.
So Brexit is official, what now for South Africa and the rest of the world?
The decision by UK voters to leave the EU has left investors and political analysts alike attempting to figure out what the future has in store.
Zuma's spy tapes appeal dismissed
The high court in Pretoria handed down judgment in President Zuma and the NPA’s bid to appeal its decision that he should face corruption charges.
British Prime Minister David Cameron resigns following Brexit vote
Cameron has said he will step down by October following the historic referendum on Thursday.
WATCH LIVE: Jacob Zuma and NPA hear spy tapes judgment
The high court in Pretoria is handing down judgment in President Zuma and the NPA’s bid to appeal its decision that he should face corruption charges.
Brexit spells bad news for SA: Rand falls most against the dollar since 2008 as UK votes to leave EU
Britain's decision to leave the European Union has had widespread ramifications for the world's financial markets.
Brexit: 'The biggest shock since the fall of the Berlin wall' as UK votes to leave the EU
Months of debate has finally ended in Britons deciding to end their more than four decade-long stint in the EU.
AB de Villiers takes a small step to the next big thing
Still recovering from the hurt of the World Cup, De Villiers will start itching for a real challenge.
Brexit: what does it mean for investors?
The impact on UK-listed stocks has been relatively muted. So what happens when the votes are counted on the 24th?
Brexit referendum day finally arrives after months of division
Voting begins today, after months of continuous campaigning from the 'Remain' and the 'Leave' sides, and the results should be in on Friday morning.
United States Senate stonewalls gun control bids in wake of shooting at Orlando LGBTI nightclub
The Orlando massacre, the worst mass shooting in modern American history, has seemingly done little to influence lawmakers to clamp down on guns.
Zimbabweans incredulous over 'weave ban'
New import regulations on multiple products have left many in the southern African country seething.
The phoenix of Highlands Park FC rises proudly from the ashes of 1970s nostalgia
As kids, we’d risk itchy bums to watch our heroes in action. A generation later, a once-great club is on the up-and up again, writes Luke Alfred.
'Afcon belongs to the African Union' – AU commissioner
Pan-African organisation approves a decision allowing the intergovernmental body to organise the continent's main football tournament.
Opposition gangs up on Kabila
A veteran leader has suggested negotiating with the DRC president but only on strict conditions.