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Tsotsi resigns as Eskom chairperson

Eskom board chairperson Zola Tsotsi has resigned. Ben Ngubane was appointed acting chairperson with immediate effect.


Zuma to receive Marikana report

The official report into the police killing of 34 South African miners in 2012 is due to be submitted to President Jacob Zuma, with rights groups demanding that its findings be published immediately.

Nigeria: Counting to resume, Buhari up by 2.5 million

Nigerian opposition contender Muhammadu Buhari has built a lead of over 2.5 million votes in the country’s elections, with only six states still to be counted.

German co-pilot once treated for 'suicidal tendencies'

Officials have confirmed that Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz received lengthy psychotherapy before receiving his pilot's license.


Gallery: Celebrity fashion at Rimmel's London lounge at SA Fashion week

Johannesburg’s biggest fashion event, SA Fashion Week brought out the country’s A-Listers and our favourite fashionistas for the Spring/Summer Collection Showcase.

We were made to love and love again: study

Humans are wired to break up and move on, according to a new study drawing on the field of evolutionary psychology.

Tech, Games and Gadgets

Our 3 Favourite Moments At Facebook F8 2015 Developer’s Conference

The Facebook F8 2015 Developer’s Conference might be aimed at the developers and engineers behind the biggest social media site in the world, but there were many announcements that are sure to impact its 1.4 billion users. The conference is held annually at Facebook headquarters in San Fransisco and usually runs for 3 days.

Battlefield Hardline Review

Battlefield Hardline is the latest instalment in the Battlefield series that sheds the tank fuelled mayhem of BF4 and introduces a new cops versus robbers setting. Having been a big fan of BF3 and BF4 I was actually not that excited for the release of Battlefield Hardline. On the surface the game looked very different ...

Facebook And China Now Have The Same Population

It’s been almost a decade since Mark Zuckerberg created the world’s biggest social media site in his dorm room in Harvard. China on the other hand is an ancient population that has been growing for thousands of years. RELATED:


Sharks' character has Gold beaming

Sharks director of rugby Gary Gold has hailed their recent home victories over the Chiefs and the Force as "character-building".

Vettori confirms retirement

NZ left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori confirmed what many expected in announcing his retirement from international cricket.

Siddle dumped as contracted player

Veteran fast bowler Peter Siddle has been dropped from Cricket Australia's list of contracted players.

Is Wiese the Proteas' answer?

Titans coach, Rob Walter believeds David Wiese boasts the quality and all-round prowess to represent South Africa in a ODI soon.

Shimlas to face Pukke in final

The unbeaten UFS-Shimlas will host the NWU-Pukke in their first-ever Varsity Cup final in Bloemfontein in a fortnight.
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