The white owner of a Pretoria crèche told eNCA on Monday that allegations of racism at the school are not true.
The crèche held two separate concerts for black and white children. Blacks speak English while Afrikaners speak Afrikaans.
“It’s … Read the rest
A black church leader Mduduzi Shembe says that gay people are responsible for the drought crippling KwaZulu Natal.
The gay and lesbian community has slammed him over his comments made at a function in Nongoma at the weekend, saying they … Read the rest
A black woman was allegedly raped at a UCT building on Sunday night by a comrade.
The woman, who is a Gender Studies student at UCT and a member of the #FeesMustFall movement, said on Facebook that she was raped … Read the rest
A bus carrying school children burst into flames near Warden in the Free State.
Two children are reported to have been killed in the incident.
eNCA news anchor Iman Rappetti said most of the children managed to escape before the … Read the rest
Mourners streamed into the house of an alleged Mamelodi criminal mastermind on Monday after he was gunned down on Sunday night in a drive-by shooting outside his butchery.
Monare Ignatius Selokane, also known as “Junior 13”, was linked to a … Read the rest
South Africa needs to build more nuclear power plants urgently, Eskom CEO Brian Molefe said on Wednesday.
“We do not think it is possible to have an energy mix without nuclear,” he told Parliament.
“The nuclear programme is feasible,” he … Read the rest
Two black brothers butchered eight of their relatives – including three toddlers – because they believed their family members were using witchcraft against them.
Brothers Thulani, 28, and Sibonelo Mncwabe, 26, admitted to the murders in the Pietermaritzburg High Court … Read the rest
Between its domestic production and massive investment in production in Zimbabwe, Russia could corner the global market for platinum.
Russia is making big moves in African mining with confirmation they are moving fast to control a number of key commodities.… Read the rest
Foreigners who fled Grahamstown after their shops were looted, claim that not enough was being done to prevent the spread of xenophobia.
The looting, vandalism and violence against foreigners came in the wake of a “student” uprising in the town, … Read the rest
Four fires were reported across the main campus at Wits, Wits communications manager Shirona Patel confirmed on Wednesday morning.
Patel said four incidents happened early on Wednesday as the institution prepared to resume lectures.
“Two vehicles belonging to our contractors … Read the rest
Blessed with an abundance of renewable energy sources and buoyed by an overwhelming response from the private sector to government’s ambitions to grow the sector, Botswana, a net importer of electricity today, has set its sights on becoming a regional … Read the rest
The families of a newly-wed British couple who drowned while on honeymoon in South Africa have spoken of their shock and sorrow at the tragedy.
John Rodgers (28), an office worker and his wife Lynette (26) died after, it is … Read the rest
The South African Students Congress in Gauteng said Friday’s mass student demonstration at the Union Buildings in Pretoria is being fuelled by a third force.
Provincial chairperson Lwando Majiza said they had been reliably informed that the National Union of … Read the rest