: International (460) | #KnysnaRises: SA shares their most memorable moments

Knysna and the Garden Route is on a mission to rise against the devastation that the scenic region was recently faced with, and South Africans are in full support. | It was Zuma v Maimane, but the don escaped again

It had the potential to be one of the most explosive question sessions President Zuma has faced to date, but the 'teflon don' proved yet again he will not be beaten before his time, writes Paul Herman. | Bomber hits civilians fleeing Mosul

A suicide bomber blew himself up among civilians fleeing Mosul's Old City, where Iraqi forces are gaining ground against jihadists mounting a fierce defence. | Bail denied to German man facing multiple child rape charges

A German man, denied bail on multiple charges of the rape of minors, has indicated that he might appeal the ruling, the NPA says. | Gunmen kill 3 in suspected extremist attack in Kenya's north

Officials say three people have been killed and three others wounded in a suspected Islamic extremist attack in Kenya's Mandera County, which borders Somalia. | WATCH: Gone in less than 60 seconds - KZN hijack caught on camera

Three armed men have been caught on camera hijacking an employee in the parking bay of a company in Isipingo, Durban. | PICS: Durban woman lands her car inside a house

A woman who allegedly failed to stop at a T-junction has crashed her car through a boundary wall and smashed through the roof of a house. | Court allows media to cover bail application of Karabo Mokoena's alleged killer

The initial court order restricting the media from reporting and publishing the bail application of Karabo Mokoena's alleged killer 27-year-old Sandile Mantsoe has been rescinded. | There's more to state capture than meets the eye

Jacob Zuma's project to sell South Africa's sovereignty could involve rigging the ANC elections in 2017, and even the national elections in 2019, writes Sipho Pityana. | SABC2 change their tune about 7de Laan theme song

The SABC now says the old 7de Laan theme song won't be returning. | Meet the rapper from Welkom who is making it big Down Under

Born in Welkom and raised in Australia, Neo Pitso is making all kinds of waves Down Under, as well as in the rest of the world. | Sports minister hands out Bok jerseys

Sports minister Thulas Nxesi had the honour of presenting the Springboks with their match-day jerseys ahead of Saturday's clash against France. | O'Driscoll hands out British Lions jerseys

Brian O'Driscoll has presented the British & Irish Lions players with their first Test jerseys in Auckland. | Masire 'was instrumental in fight against apartheid in SA'

South Africa's High Commission to Botswana, Mdu Lembede, has reportedly said that the late Botswana president Sir Ketumile Masire was instrumental in the fight against apartheid in South Africa. | Proteas spinner takes 14 wickets for Essex

Proteas spinner Simon Harmer took a 14-wicket haul in helping Essex thrash Warwickshire in their County Championship match. | 'Going nowhere slowly', community rants after child murder case postponed

Frustration ran high in the Wynberg Magistrate's Court when the case against child murder accused Andrew Plaatjies was postponed again for further investigation. | For now... Habana not closing curtain on Bok career

If called upon, Bryan Habana feels he could still make a valuable contribution to the Springbok cause. | Whiteley's special day in 'Big Smoke'

Warren Whiteley becomes first 'home town' figure since 2001 to lead the Springboks onto the Jo'burg pitch, writes Rob Houwing. | Zwane 'chased away' from Mpumalanga mining indaba

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has had to be whisked away from an angry crowd closing in on him at a community meeting in Mpumalanga. | ANC disappointed at 'inaction' over motion of no confidence in Zille

The ANC in the Western Cape has expressed its disappointment that a debate on the motion of no confidence in Western Cape Premier Helen Zille has still not been heard in the provincial legislature. | The rise and fall of Zuma the Invincible

Jacob Zuma's ascendance to the highest office in the land was coupled with the development of a myth of invincibility around him. Eight years later he is writing the final chapters of his own destruction, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela. | At least 2 dead rhino found dehorned, buried at Zim govt minister's farm – report

Two dead rhino have been found at the farm of a Zimbabwe government minister, a report says. The minister said she was shocked by news of the discovery but claimed it was the work of her white neighbours. | Fordyce attacked while on morning run

World renowned ultra-distance legend, South Africa's Bruce Fordyce, has been attacked and assaulted while on a Friday morning run. | Confirmed: Boks v All Blacks at Newlands

The Springboks will host New Zealand at Newlands in Cape Town in this year's Rugby Championship, SA Rugby has confirmed. | PICS: Snow hits EC, as KZN Midlands awaits first snowfall of 2017

While some parts of the Eastern Cape delights in the beauty of snow, the KZN Midlands awaits it's first snowfall for 2017, and the cold front will be felt as far as Gauteng. | SCA ruling in Van Breda case is a victory for the public

The SCA's ruling on the filming of Henri van Breda's criminal trial is a landmark ruling and a bold step by the court in embracing new technology to promote open justice, writes Willem de Klerk. | Domingo on emergency flight back to SA

Proteas coach Russell Domingo has had to urgently fly back to South Africa after his mother was critically injured in an accident. | Lawyer expected in dock for farm shooting

A prominent lawyer allegedly implicated in a farm shooting is set to appear in the Thabamoopo Magistrate's Court. | He was 'one of the best African leaders'… Twitter reacts to Masire's death

Social media users have taken to Twitter to honour Botswana's former president Sir Ketumile Masire following his death. He was 91. | POLOTIKI | ANC vs ANC: the battle of ideas

POLOTIKI, a weekly politics podcast from News24, gives you everything you need to know about the political week that was. | DA supports Parliament's Public Protector action

The DA will support Parliament's application for a review of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's recommendation that the legislature amend some clauses in the Constitution relating to the SA Reserve Bank. | Habana: Boks more 'settled' than in 2016

Veteran wing Bryan Habana has shed more light on what went wrong during the Springboks' tumultuous 2016 campaign. | Bookies have Boks to win by 13

The Springboks should have no trouble securing a 3-0 series win over France on Saturday if local bookmakers are to be believed. | Newlands declared 'safe' to host All Blacks

Newlands has passed a safety regulation which means the stadium will likely host the Springboks v All Blacks Test later this year. | Steep list of demands to end Qatar crisis

Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries that have cut ties to Qatar have issued a steep list of demands to end the crisis. | Ford fire-risk recall in SA: 15 600 Figo, Ikon cars affected

Ford South Africa has issued a recall, this time affecting 15 600 entry-level Figo and Ikon models, due to a potential fire-risk. | 31 stats and facts: Springboks v France

31 stats and facts ahead of Saturday's Springboks v France clash at Ellis Park in Johannesburg. | WRAP: June internationals

A comprehensive wrap of all of the weekend's June Internationals from around the rugby globe. | #GuptaLeaks: Direct evidence Gupta henchmen prepared fake race-baiting tweets

There is direct evidence from the #GuptaLeaks emails of one of the family's lieutenants composing tweets for broadcast by fabricated Twitter accounts. | Family celebrates murdered woman's birthday in court protest

Popi Qwabe, one of two women who was shot dead in Soweto after being kidnapped and robbed, would have celebrated her 25th birthday on the day of the bail hearing of the two men charged with her murder. | London inferno: Combustible material at more tower blocks

Tower blocks housing thousands of people across England are being urgently tested to check if their outer coverings pose a serious fire risk following the Grenfell Tower disaster, with nearly a dozen already testing positive for combustible material. | We chat to Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri ahead of the band's SA tour

Lead vocalist Sharleen Spiteri lets us in on what to expect from their shows as well as their excitement about visiting SA. | Ellis Park on track to break crowd record

Organisers are hoping that Ellis Park will be filled to capacity when the Springboks host France in the third and final Test on Saturday. | Steven Friedman: SARB row points to dangerous levels of intolerance

A financial system that is sure to collapse if the central bank cares about people's well-being goes against democratic principle, writes Steven Friedman. | Mixed reactions to ConCourt's ruling on Zuma vote of no confidence

The ANC Women's League has welcomed the ruling that Speaker Baleka Mbete has the power to decide on allowing MPs to vote by secret ballot, but Save South Africa says it emphasises that MPs must put their country first. | Interpol arrests two Limpopo brothers for fraud, money laundering

The Interpol task team has arrested professional hunting brothers, Dawie Groenewald, and Janneman, in Polokwane, Limpopo. | Rhino owners 'stunned', angry after alleged poaching gang gets bail

The Hoedspruit Magistrate's Court's decision to release three rhino poaching suspects on bail - without the prosecution calling on investigators to testify and submit aggravating evidence - has shocked and angered detectives and rhino owners. | Very few reasons for Mbete to dismiss secret ballot - expert

There are very few substantive reasons that Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete could cite for dismissing a bid to hold a motion of no confidence in the president via secret ballot, an expert says. | Bloody battle for Raqa continues

The bloody battle for Syria's Raqa is continuing unabated with the toll of casualties putting pressure on medical facilities. | Tshwane mayor wants to build wall to separate clashing communities

Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga wants to build a wall to separate two communities, after battles erupted between Mamelodi home owners and residents of a neighbouring informal settlement.