Shoppers at Sandton city mall might want to consider wearing a hard hat for their next round of retail therapy, as yet another part of the ceiling collapses.
So Carees24 have only played out of their boots with this one – that video that was all the rage the last few days seems to be part of some new campaign.
This probably won’t be the last time Juju is asked to leave parliamentary proceedings, if his opening speech is an indication of future behaviour. Like we said, nobody will be sleeping in parliament this year!
Spar’s Tops liquour store is in trouble. They tied up a sheep and displayed it in their shop as a prize… Because when you see ‘Sheep’ you automatically think ‘buy more booze’ right?
How would you feel if you realise that your little brat, who’s throwing a tantrum because you said no to an extremely overpriced toy, isn’t even yours?
Get some inside information into how Oscar’s psych evaluation will affect the trial.
Who’s going to know your opinion if you don’t say anything? New opinion based app, State, allows you let out all of your mini revolutions easily.
Caught on camera by a Mr. Ricky Forbes, while driving through Kootenay National Park on Saturday afternoon, here we see the incredible rescue of baby bear by mama bear.
This young man is being sworn into parliament today, what are you doing with your life?
Although there has been a great deal of reported shock and surprise at Lindiwe Mazibuko’s resignation from her parliamentary post, DA leader Helen Zille doesn’t seem particularly surprised. Could she have known? Better yet did she promote plan B to plan A?
Yet another reason to love being cape-townian! Not only do we have the most beautiful scenery as the view from our bedroom windows and the sea and the mountains a hop, skip and a jump from our front door but now we are surrounded by the latest treatment for breast cancer.
After the recent political fallout between AgangSA and the DA, AgangSA leader Mamphela Ramphele has confirmed that South African-born billionaire, Nathan Kirsh has funded her party and will continue to do so. The revelation comes in the wake of Helen Zille claiming that Ramphele’s motivation for the now deceased merger was to secure donor funding.
In case you were wondering how easy it is to heist a fast food joint, now you know. The 25-year-old male suspect allegedly asked for two cheeseburgers, pulled a toy gun on the unsuspecting cashier and made off with the contents of the till in his getaway car… sorry bicycle. He peddled away with R3,320 in cash, but left the cheeseburgers behind.
The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) have spent the last 10 years building new airports across the country that cost a lot of money, which are being paid for in the form of airport taxes.
Dreaming of conquering the skies as an SAA pilot? Well, it’s time to get your head out of clouds if you’re a white male because SAA are no longer accepting any more cadet pilot training applications from that particular demographic.
Dozens of men were protesting in Hillbrow, Johannesburg this morning – chanting slogans such as “say no to men abuse.” They claim that they are doing this in a bid to seek protection from their abusive wives, who beat them at home on regular occasions.
This past weekend, pilot Gianfranco Cicogna Mozzoni died in front of thousands of people at the Klersdorp Air Show. This shocking footage taken the moment it happened, includes some of the crowd reactions, and can be seen inside. Please note that this might be upsetting to sensitive viewers.
In a classic case of defeating the point so badly that the point goes into the corner and cries for its mommy, recent protests around Cape Town – usually focused on service delivery – have destroyed R2 millon worth of city property, the city has revealed.
South African director, Oliver Hermanus, is out to make waves again when he begins work on The Well. His most recent success came in the form of the Afrikaans film, Skoonheid, that debuted at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard in 2011. The Well will see Hermanus reteam with Didier Costet, his French producer-distributor on Skoonheid.
The DA’s march against Cosatu in the Johannesburg city centre became violent earlier. Cosatu members allegedly stormed the march and rocks were thrown. In the process, DA supporters and a journalist from the Mail & Guardian were injured after being hit with stones.
Firefighters are currently battling a fire that broke out on the construction site of Mitchells Plain Hospital. Not a lot of details are known at this stage. EWN is reporting that emergency officials are on the scene, and that site managers are trying to keep the media away from taking pictures.
The SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) has confirmed that CEO, Nazir Alli has resigned. Even though they did not provide more details, Alli’s resignation comes close on the heels of the recent Gauteng e-toll system disaster.
This morning a man was shot in the neck outside the Cape High Court, and is currently fighting for his life. His attackers are unknown and immediately fled the scene. According to people who know the victim, he was attending a murder trial involving five members of the Junky Funkie Gang.
This morning we told you about the horrible incident that saw a group of boys in Soweto kidnap and gang-rape an underage girl on camera. Concerns were even higher, as the girl featured in the video was reported missing as well. The good news is that she has reportedly been found alive and is currently at the Dobsonville police station.
I’ve heard of the saying, “don’t take a knife to a gunfight”, but taking a gun to your graduation ceremony is just plain ridiculous. A female student at the University of Pretoria was wounded yesterday when she sat down, only to have a gun go off inside her graduation gown. She was wounded in her stomach and is “seriously injured.”
Very disturbing video footage has emerged – involving security guards beating foreign nationals with sjamboks outside a home affairs office in Pretoria. The foreigners were waiting in a queue to renew their refugee papers.
Yesterday the Eugene Terre’Blanche murder trial resumed in Ventersdorp. One of the accused, Chris Mahlangu, claims that he killed the former AWB leader out of self-defense after being sodomised in his farmhouse. His excuse, however, was questioned in the High Court.
Norman Mokau, the victim of a brutal attack at the hands of a Vaalwater police officer in Limpopo last year, says he is still in pain after the incident. Mokau was beaten up by a police officer in November last year and the officer has only just been suspended.