: International (287) | Call to fix street lights after children electrocuted

Philippi East residents have picketed outside the civic centre, calling on the City of Cape Town to fix street lights following the electrocution of two children. | Pieter, not Peter, de Villiers to help coach Boks?

Pieter de Villiers could form part of the Springbok management team from 2018, a report indicates. | EXCLUSIVE: Markus Jooste, the blonde polo player and a room with a view

The disgraced former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste did not only have business secrets. For years, the chattering elites of Stellenbosch and Hermanus have been whispering about the dark side of the 'family man' with the golden smile. | Judgment day for DA's state capture order application against Zuma

Judgment is expected in the Pretoria High Court on the DA's application for an order that President Jacob Zuma adhere to the Public Protector's 'State of Capture' remedial actions. | Cleric who grabbed land from white Zim farmer ignores Mnangagwa's directive - report

A Zimbabwean cleric, Trevor Manhanga, who was recently given a directive by President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government to vacate the farm he grabbed from a white farmer, Robert Smart, in Rusape in June, has remained adamant he will "stay put". | Leaked SANDF document details powers of 'control officer' during state of emergency

Proposed draft regulations for a state of emergency will allow the president to appoint a "control officer" which would have far-reaching powers, including the prohibition of dissemination of information. | Rupert, Zille dismiss alleged email correspondence as 'ham-fisted, obvious fake news'

Both billionaire businessman Johann Rupert and former DA leader and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille have dismissed as fake an email purpotedly sent by Rupert to Zille ahead of the ANC's national conference. | Fraudster to pay back farmers' millions or be jailed

A fraudster in the North West has been given one month to pay back his victims a total of R4.4m or face 10 years behind bars. | Day Zero moved forward as Cape Town water consumption increases to 'dangerous levels'

Cape Town's Day Zero has moved forward by two days after water consumption increased to "dangerous levels", says Mayor Patricia de Lille. | Massive data centres, AI to lead 2018 trends - expert

Hyperscale cloud data centres, Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence will shape the technology industry in 2018, according to computer manufacturer Dell EMC. | Olympic swimmers out to qualify for Commonwealth Games

A whole heap of Rio 2016 Olympians will be looking to qualify for the Commonwealth Games at the KwaZulu-Natal Aquatics Premier Championships. | Pauw 'relieved' by no further threats of arrest

Author Jacques Pauw has described no further threats of arrest as a great relief, after a new investigating officer had been assigned to the case against him and News24 investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh | News24 Edge, W24 win at Digital Media Africa Awards 2017

Media24 has come out shining at the WAN-IFRA Digital Media Africa Awards 2017, scooping 4 accolades from 10 categories. | Woman found dead on Cape Town mountain

A missing woman has been found dead on Karbonkelberg in Hout Bay, Western Cape police have confirmed. | 'Fugitive' Dutch arms dealer spotted driving around Cape Town in luxury cars, court hears

Two very different portrayals of a Dutch arms dealer convicted of crimes against humanity and selling firearms to former Liberian president Charles Taylor have been presented in court. | ANC wants its NEC to have powers to hire and fire public representatives

The ANC wants its national executive committee to have powers to recall its deployees in all spheres of government. | SA Bake Off season 3 winner crowned

Bianca Breytenbach crowned the winner of The Great South African Bake off season 3. | Detective removed from case against Jacques Pauw and News24 journalist

KwaZulu-Natal police bosses have removed Colonel Reuben Govender as the investigating officer from a criminal case in which author Jacques Pauw and News24 investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh are the suspects. | SA Muslim, Jewish, Christian leaders united in condemnation of 'shameful' Trump

South African religious leaders have expressed their solidarity in condemnation of US President Donald Trump's "shameful" decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. | Egyptian singer sentenced to 2 years over racy video

An Egyptian female pop singer has been convicted of promoting debauchery in a racy video clip and sentenced to two years in prison | Kenya's president urges unity after divisive election season

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is urging unity after a divisive election that was boycotted by his main opponent. | Most councillors in no-show for Metsimaholo's first council meeting

The anticipated first council meeting of the Metsimaholo Municipality in the Free State has not gone ahead after 22 of the 42 elected councillors failed to show up for the meeting. | Morkel: India Test series will be 'evenly contested'

Proteas fast bowler Morne Morkel believes the upcoming Test series at home against India could be "evenly contested". | BREAKING: Detective removed from case against Jacques Pauw and News24 journalist

KwaZulu-Natal police bosses have removed Colonel Reuben Govender as the investigating officer from a criminal case in which author Jacques Pauw and News24 investigative journalist Pieter-Louis Myburgh are the suspects. | Man posed as police officer, tried to get discounted coffee

Police in western New York have charged a man who they say impersonated an officer in an attempt to get discounted coffee. | #News24 ICYMI: Oscar Pistorius injured in prison brawl; Coligny – where neighbours are strangers; and thousands left destitute after Vaal tornado

Oscar Pistorius has been injured in prison brawl, certain Garden Route beaches have been closed as 7 sharks spotted and News24 has made a documentary on race relations in Coligny. | 'If it wasn't for him, I probably would be dead by now' - dog attack victim praises whistling stranger

Phumlani Shazi is grateful to a stranger whose whistles saved his life during a dog attack in Randfontein. | Presidency rejects 'state of emergency' reports

The Presidency has denied that it is working on regulations for a state of emergency. | ANC 'is in a civil war', former mayor tells Moerane Commission

A former KwaZulu-Natal ANC mayor has told the Moerane Commission that political killings are a result of unqualified public officials and a "civil war" within the ruling party. | Titans, Warriors hit reset button for semi-final

Titans coach Mark Boucher and his Warriors counterpart, Malibongwe Maketa, insist that the past means little ahead of their semi-final showdown. | WATCH: Nando's ad fires up South Africa

With less than 20 days to the new year, fast food outlet Nando's has decided to spice things up, reminding South Africans of their potential to always sort things out. | Phosa withdraws urgency of interdict against ANC's Mpumalanga 'unity' branches

ANC presidential hopeful Mathews Phosa has withdrawn the urgency of a court interdict which sought to stop Mpumalanga branches that nominated "unity" for the ANC's top six positions from attending the party's national elective conference. | Detaining me longer could kill me - Dutch arms dealer arrested in Cape Town

A Dutch arms dealer, convicted of selling weapons to former Liberian president Charles Taylor and of crimes against humanity, says his further police detention in Cape Town could prove fatal. | Mugabe flies out to Far East for medical checks... his first trip since ouster – reports

Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe, 93, has reportedly left the country for routine medical checks in Singapore - the nonagenarian's first foreign trip since his ouster in November. | Here's what the Post Office social grants deal will cost

The South African Post Office will be handling core functions of a new hybrid social grants scheme from April 2018. This is how much it will cost in its first year. | All Blacks scoff at 'Loftus factor'

The All Blacks have welcomed SA Rugby's decision to host next year's Rugby Championship match against the Springboks at Loftus Versfeld. | #RhodesWar: Outcry after university expels 2 anti-rape activists for life

The expulsion of two student activists from Rhodes University for life, over 'conduct beyond lawful boundaries' while protesting against rape culture, has sparked an outcry on social media. | Oscar Pistorius injured in prison brawl over phone

Former Paralympic champion and convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius has been injured in a prison brawl over the use of a public phone, a prison official says. | Robbery case against underworld figure Modack withdrawn

Charges of business robbery and assault, relating to a debt collection incident which played out in Worcester, have been withdrawn against controversial businessman Nafiz Modack. | Steinhoff high tackle for SA Rugby?

The current financial uncertainty regarding Steinhoff International Holdings could have financial implications for South African rugby. | So someone cloned your car's number plate? Here's what to do in SA

While it may not be as common as hijacking or car theft, vehicle number-plate cloning is a problem in SA. Here's what to do if you've been affected. | Proteas: Test stars low on runs

T20 isn't the ideal prep anyway, but several SA Test batsmen have also been struggling a bit for commanding innings of late, writes Rob Houwing. | Drama! Suzelle DIY just met Tali_babes!

YouTube star Suzelle DIY just met Instagram queen Tali_babes in real life. Watch it here! | After NYC subway bombing, Trump slams 'chain migration'

A would-be suicide bomber's rush-hour blast in the New York City subway system is adding new fuel to US President Donald Trump's push to limit immigration based on family ties. | Application to nullify ECape ANC conference dismissed - report

An application by 11 disgruntled ANC Eastern Cape members to nullify the province's elective conference was dismissed by the Eastern Cape High Court in Grahamstown in Tuesday, according to reports. | PICS: Over 30 injured, 300 homes damaged as tornado tears through Vaal Marina

Over 30 people have been injured and several houses have been destroyed after a tornado hit the Vaal Marina in Gauteng. | The ANC must defend itself from members with nefarious intentions - Mahlobo on Free State court action

The ANC is within its rights to defend itself from members that have nefarious intentions, Energy Minister and member of the party's NEC, David Mahlobo, has said. | Draft regulations for state of emergency drawn up

For the first time in 20 years, the Presidency started to compose regulations for a state of emergency. | All Blacks at Loftus: Look away Bok fans!

The All Blacks will relish returning to Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria to tackle the Springboks, if history is anything to go by. | Zim govt 'to acquire 15 planes from Malaysia to resuscitate ailing Air Zimbabwe' – report

The Zimbabwe government is reportedly set to acquire at least 15 planes as part of efforts to resuscitate the country's struggling national airline, Air Zimbabwe.