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Tokyo Sexwale says the continent needs a person who understands what ails football in Africa and he is that man.
Tokyo Sexwale says the continent needs a person who understands what ails football in Africa. ( )

Sexwale confident of FIFA win despite CAF snub

African Businessman Tokyo Sexwale says he is pushing on with the race to be Football World Governing body FIFA's next president.

Hales helps England thump SA by five wickets
Saturday 6 February 2016 19:05
ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe says land redistribution must be prioritised.
Transformation is non-negotiable:Mantashe
Saturday 6 February 2016 17:47
Female students from University of Stellenbosch who allegedly painted their faces black at a party at the Heemstede Residence have been suspended.
Stellenbosch students suspended after racist act
Saturday 6 February 2016 17:07
Hales helps England thump SA by five wickets
Saturday 6 February 2016 19:05
ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe says land redistribution must be prioritised.
Transformation is non-negotiable:Mantashe
Saturday 6 February 2016 17:47
Female students from University of Stellenbosch who allegedly painted their faces black at a party at the Heemstede Residence have been suspended.
Stellenbosch students suspended after racist act
Saturday 6 February 2016 17:07
Western Cape residents are concerned with gang related killings in the province.
#GangsMustFall march calls for an end to killings
Saturday 6 February 2016 16:02
Zwelinzima Vavi is accussing Cosatu of failing to protect workers’ rights.
Cosatu leaping in employers bed - Vavi
Saturday 6 February 2016 15:32
At least 9000 hectares of vegetation have been destroyed by the fire.
President Jacob Zuma
At least 9000 hectares of vegetation have been destroyed by the fire.
President Jacob Zuma

South Africa

Female students from University of Stellenbosch who allegedly painted their faces black at a party at the Heemstede Residence have been suspended.
Stellenbosch students suspended after racist act

Saturday 6 February 2016 17:07

Two female students at the University of Stellenbosch, who allegedly painted their faces black at a party at the Heemstede Residence, have been suspended from the residence.  

Africa

Nigerians have image problem abroad, hampers emigration to West

Saturday 6 February 2016 14:13

Nigerians have an image problem abroad which makes it difficult to emigrate to the West, but they can stay at home where their services are needed, says President Muhammadu Buhari.

World

Syrians flee to Turkish border as Aleppo assault intensifies

Saturday 6 February 2016 15:29

Russian and Syrian government forces gained ground north of Aleppo on Saturday, intensifying an assault on rebel-held areas that has prompted tens of thousands more Syrians to seek refuge.

Politics

The APC on Saturday launched Sobukwe’s month at ga-Manyaka village outside Tubatse in Limpopo.
APC commemorates Robert Sobukwe

Saturday 6 February 2016 18:33

The African People's Convention has called on political leaders and the young generation to take a leaf from late struggle hero Robert Sebokwe's book.

Business

Zwelinzima Vavi is accussing Cosatu of failing to protect workers’ rights.
Cosatu leaping in employers bed - Vavi

Saturday 6 February 2016 15:32

Former Congress of South African Trade Unions Secretary General Zwelinzima Vavi has accused his former employers of failing to protect the rights of the workers.

Science

Earth tremor hits Durban

Saturday 6 February 2016 12:44

A 3.1 magnitude earth tremor has struck Durban and surrounding areas from Umhlanga Rocks up to the South Coast and was also felt in Pietermaritzburg.

Lifestyle

Zuma pays tribute to Loots

Saturday 6 February 2016 13:48

President Jacob Zuma has paid tribute to Umkhonto we Sizwe fighter and former African National Congress MP Hermanus Loots.

Sport

Hales helps England thump SA by five wickets

Saturday 6 February 2016 19:05

Alex Hales laid the foundation and then Jos Buttler, England’s match-winner in the first match at Bloemfontein, played another key innings to help England to victory by five wickets with 22 balls.

Opinion

The folly of forced virginity testing

Thursday 4 February 2016 06:15

Violating the rights of women and girls will not stop HIV and AIDS, writes Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini.

National Days 2015

South Africa will mark Reconciliation Day on the 16th December . Read the news and view multimedia relating to this year's events.

ANC January 8 Statement

The African National Congress (ANC) will hold its 'January 8' celebrations and 104th anniversary in Rustenburg, North West on 9 January 2016

Moving from MDG to SDG

The UN member states will meet from 25 to 27 September 2015, in New York to adopt the Sustainable Development Goals. They emanate from the Millennium Development Goals.

Science & Tech Wrap

Weekly highlights of the latest science and technology news. Watch video wraps.

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