Easter weekend accident death toll at 103 so far
The Road Traffic Management Corporation says at least 103 people have been killed in road accidents through the country over the long weekend.
Everest guides, climbers cancel expeditions after avalanche tragedy
After 13 colleagues died in an avalanche, Nepalese guides and climbers have cancelled Everest expeditions, with anger growing over sherpas' poor pay.
Economic week ahead: SA's latest inflation data
The SA Reserve Bank forecasts consumer inflation in the continent's number two economy will average 6.3% in 2014. Here's your economic week ahead.
Political parties use Easter service to encourage voting
Political party leaders have spent Easter Sunday encouraging people to cast their ballot in upcoming elections and not to heed the "Vote No" campaign.
The coalition conundrum: Who will govern?
Speculation of the opposition forming coalitions in Gauteng and the Northern Cape continues but the ANC is confident it will secure every province.
AmaZulu and Tuks end goalless
AmaZulu's chances of claiming a top-eight Premiership finish has suffered a blow after a goalless draw against University of Pretoria in Durban.
ANC Youth League marks Madiba speech with call to vote
The ANCYL has used the 50th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's Rivonia Trial speech to say that not voting in coming elections would be blasphemous.
DA wants investigation into Sassa's R10m security spending
The DA says it will approach the public protector to investigate Sassa's apparent spending of R10-million on security protection for top personnel.
Deadly gun attack in Ukraine shakes fragile truce
At least two people have been killed in a gunfight near a Ukrainian city, shaking an already fragile international accord to avert a wider conflict.
SA climbers safe after Everest avalanche as search called off
Reports claim South African climbers are safe after the deadliest ever avalanche on Mount Everest that left at least 13 Nepalese mountain guides dead.
Tutu warns CAR 'stands on the brink of genocide'
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has warned that the CAR's struggles for power and resources has "degenerated into anarchy, hatred and ethnic cleansing".
More Springboks to play overseas than in SA - report
As overseas markets offer high pay, the departure of four players will be the first time that more Springboks will play rugby overseas than in SA.
Quigg takes down SA boxer Munyai to retain WBA title
SA's Tshifiwa Munyai has been beaten by Scott Quigg. The referee stopped the contest in round two when the South African was dropped to the canvas.
Carlyle's sub-Saharan Africa fund shows growing investor interest
The launch of a sub-Saharan Africa fund by Carlyle, underscores the increasing investor interest in the region's growing middle class.
Ukraine PM expresses outrage over anti-Jew pamphlets
Following reports that masked men were seen handing out tracts demanding Jews register or be expelled, Arseniy Yatsenyuk has called for justice.
Death toll from Mount Everest avalanche increases
At least 13 people have been killed in the deadliest accident on the world's highest mountain.
Lewis Hamilton takes pole position ahead of Chinese Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton will line up on pole position for Sunday's Chinese Formula One Grand Prix, as he chases his third win in a row.
Boko Haram claims responsibility for Abuja blast
Boko Haram has released a video message in which it claims responsibility for a bombing in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, that killed at least 75 people.
Crusaders edge Chiefs 18-17 in Super Rugby
Flyhalf Colin Slade kicked six goals, taking advantage of a one-sided penalty count, to boost the Crusaders to an 18-17 win over the Chiefs.
Strife-weary CAR nostalgic for bloody 'emperor'
In strife-torn CAR, many citizens have begun to long for the "good old days" of Jean-Bedel Bokassa, the emperor who became infamous for his brutality.
Mugabe slams Europe's 'homosexual nonsense'
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has lashed out at Europe's "homosexual nonsense", condemning the refusal of its leaders to accept his grip on power.
Security tightened after deadly attack on UN base in South Sudan
South Sudan has sent troops to secure a UN base which was attacked by gunmen on Thursday, who killed at least 48 people.
Sars losing out on rich pickings?
The real number of South Africa's super rich may be far higher than present estimates.