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“Domesticated varieties of wildlife will represent a novel, genetic pollution threat to South Africa’s indigenous wildlife that will be virtually impossible to prevent or reverse.”

OPINION: That Bill Gates is a bigger contributor to the WHO than most governments is scandalous. Why should governments, who represent the interests of the whole of society, abdicate their public health role to wealthy philanthropists?

In a notice of motion filed to the high court in Johannesburg on Thursday, Magashule said he would bring an application asking that the ANC’s step-aside resolution be declared “unlawful, unconstitutional, invalid and null”.

Israeli forces raided Al Aqsa Mosque — the third holiest site in Islam — on the last Friday of Ramadan, firing tear gas, stun grenades and rubber-coated steel bullets at thousands of Palestinians after Al Aqsa worshippers began chanting their support fo...

Alleged underworld figure Nafiz Modack was on Friday charged for the murder of top Western Cape anti-gang unit cop Lieutenant-Colonel Charl Kinnear, who was shot outside his Bishop Lavis home on 18 September last year.

The high court has granted the ATM party leave to appeal its earlier ruling dismissing the tiny opposition party’s bid to overturn speaker Thandi Modise’s refusal to call a secret ballot on a motion of no confidence in President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Sho Madjozi's latest mixtape honours her Xitsonga roots – and Thomas Chauke approves.

Former mineral resources minister Mosebenzi Zwane on Thursday tried to persuade the Zondo commission that he was unaware that the Free State government had contracted a front company for the Gupta family for the failed Vrede dairy project — even though...

Colombia’s general anti-tax strike has turned into a mass protest movement and become violent, writes Laura Brown.


João Lourenço is showing that he is the new president of Angola, and not a puppet of the Dos Santos's administration.

Without official cars or private drivers, Swedish ministers and MPs travel in crowded buses and trains, just like the citizens they represent.

Eskom has cancelled a R100-million tender awarded to a company owned by Nomvula Mabuza, the niece of Eskom’s former chairperson, Jabu Mabuza, after investigations flagged irregularities in the process leading to it being awarded.

China gave computers to the African Union – and then used them to spy on AU secrets, according to a new investigation.

? UJ is being taken to the Labour Court for dismissing one of its professors after he blew the whistle on the dean of humanities, who allegedly sabotaged decolonisation efforts and bullied black faculty members.

We can march. We can light candles. We can carry pepper spray, walk in groups, watch our drinks, dress modestly, tell everyone where we are going but it means nothing. We are not dying. We are being killed by men. Violence against women is a men’s issue @GovernmentZA . #Uyinene 

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Two former executives who ripped off the University of Johannesburg have been ordered to pay back the money they siphoned from the university.