Eskom is not ready to be privatised
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown insists that despite the concern of a constrained energy supply, Eskom privatisation is not an option.
'The ANC does not win elections, it steals them'
A Concourt decision to set aside the by-elections results in Tlokwe has left opposition parties questioning the motives of both the ANC and IEC.
What will it take to stop Donald Trump?
For months, Trump has defied the laws of political gravity by maintaining his lead despite a never-ending string of controversies.
China-Africa summit: what to look for beyond the hype and hypocrisy
The Africa-China summit will provide an opportunity to get a feel for how the Chinese President is responding to democratic developments in Africa.
Is Hannibal Buress a one-trick pony?
The guy who killed Cosby is struggling for life after his deadly joke.
Cosatu speaks by electing new secretary general
Could the new Cosatu general secretary, Bheki Ntshalintshali, be the answer to its recent troubled history?
Pirates now pin their hopes on a miracle in Tunisia
Scoring away from home has not been a problem for Pirates in the Confederation Cup this year.
Pope Francis embarks on first Africa trip
The pope was scheduled to visit Kenya, Uganda and CAR during his first trip to Africa, one plagued by security fears and potential rain disruptions.
What does China's role in Africa say about its growing global footprint?
China has been spreading its wealth around to increase its influence, but what can the recipients of its largesse learn from its actions in Africa?
Waiting weighs on the Proteas’ mood
The weather has conspired against the South African cricket team, which needs to show the world they can do better after recent games against India.