Corruption in the ANC is no secret, but when you take stock of the major scandals from 1996 onwards, let’s just say Ramaphosa has his work cut out for him.
Brits wanting to try out pricier restaurants might want to do so in August, when the government is paying half the bill.
This government official clearly took the idea of casual wear too far in a video meeting with his colleagues.
The average salary in the public sector is higher on average than the rest of the economy, and it’s draining our national budget in a massive way.
South African business coach and entrepreneur Andrew William Smith asks the question: Is it time to leave South Africa?
The South African government showed just how out of touch they have become, with their advice on beating the petrol hike backfiring spectacularly.
Looking for a temporary summer job for the upcoming season? Become a local lifeguard – that’s still regarded as cool right?
Supreme court label A-Bashir action disgraceful. Rand tanking badly. Moody’s is here. Trump wins again. UN suspends Sharapova. Super yacht sales up. Big changes to your Insta feed. Musician’s family about to make R12 billion. Indiana Jones 5 coming.
The war in Syria is real and as the world’s eyes have opened up to the devastations of the once beautiful City of Aleppo, volunteers on the ground provide real insight into what’s happening.
I guess the role of the media depends on who you ask. Some would have you believe that the main role is that of a watchdog, reining in those misusing their power. Others see it differently.
We’re getting quite used to hearing Jacob Zuma enjoy a chuckle at our expense in parliament, but should he really be cracking jokes about Nkandla?
As we slowly come to terms with the farce that was SONA we can take some solace in the fact that we are not alone. Turkey, it seems, also enjoy a little parliamentary brawl.
As February 12 and his State Of The Nation address nears Jacob Zuma is getting plenty of advice. Whether or not he listens to any of it is up for debate.
Here’s another thing for JZ to address during his SONA in a few weeks time. In the meantime, let’s hope the govt can keep clear of any awkward bribes that could cost them their entertainment allowance.
The ANC are obviously concerned at the ninja-like capabilities of the EFF party members, fearing a popular EFF accessory could be used as a weapon.
Unless your head is buried in the sand you will be aware that we have some sticky fingers at work in South Africa. These latest figures, however, will make you rather queasy.
Max du Preez has long been a man of his word, so when his latest employers wanted to play nice with parliament he wasn’t too pleased. This is how to resign like a boss.
The police spokesman in KwaZulu-Natal has been found to have forged his matric certificate. Classic!
Ah, the government is at it again, wasting precious money on ridiculousness. This time, though, it was not spent on a car or a McMansion, but on Nicki Minaj.
Mark Shuttleworth is attempting to fight the South African Reserve Bank for R250 million that he had to pay. Rumour has it he is not happy about being the sole funder of Nkandla…
Government cracks down on ‘exotic’ foreigner-owned businesses. Interview with a REAL butler. Uber worth more than Toyota? Assange court appeal result. Google prostitute’s claims. Steve Hofmeyr discussion. US adds Russian sanctions.
Former US president George Bush senior decided to celebrate his 90th birthday by parachuting from a helicopter, proving that age really is just a number.
The quality of South Africa’s maths and science education places us last out of 148 countries, according to a World Economic Forum report. Is there a solution to the on-going problem?
Seeking asylum in Russia, Edward Snowden reveals why he did what he did.