: International (425) | Boks boast healthy win record v Pumas

The Springboks go into their Rugby Championship Test against Argentina in Port Elizabeth with a healthy head-to-head record. | Cold snap grips SA: How to drive in ice and snow

Heavy snowfall blanketed parts of South Africa as a cold snap continues to grip the country. Here's are how to drive in ice and snow affected roads. | SA conservationist killed in Tanzania after almost a decade of death threats

A South African wildlife conservationist has presumably been shot dead by poachers in Tanzania after recieving death threats. | Grace Mugabe assault may not be deemed 'serious enough' - expert

Immigration attorney Gary Eisenberg, who has worked on a number of extradition cases, suggests Grace Mugabe's alleged assault may not be 'serious enough' to potentially spoil diplomatic relations between SA and Zimbabwe, if prosecution were sought. Watch. | EXCLUSIVE: Pumas mentally ready for Boks

In an exclusive interview with Sport24, Argentina captain Agustin Creevy says his charges are ready mentally to tackle the Springboks. | Boks set for 100th Rugby Championship Test

The Springboks will play their 100th match in the southern hemisphere's Rugby Championship when they face Argentina in Port Elizabeth. | The curious case of why Zuma keeps Faith Muthambi around

Whatever it is that President Jacob Zuma and Minister Faith Muthambi share, it must be something very special. It certainly works for the two of them. Sadly, not for the country, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela. | POLOTIKI | Episode 9: Desperate measures; ANC charges MPs

POLOTIKI, a weekly politics podcast from News24, gives you everything you need to know about the political week that was. Listen to our latest podcast here. | Men in KFC assault due in court for bail application

Three of the five men accused of assaulting a couple at a KFC in Pretoria are expected back in the Pretoria North Magistrate's Court for their bail application. | Luthuli House is blundering - Turok

The ANC's decision to discipline MPs who admitted to supporting the no-confidence motion in President Zuma is a desperate attempt to show it still has control, says former ANC MP Ben Turok. | #Declassified: Apartheid Profits - the sanctions busters toolkit

Open Secrets, in its third instalment on the Declassified: Apartheid Profits series, unpacks some of the ways the private sector colluded with the apartheid government to bust sanctions. | Boks to win by 14 in PE - bookies

The Springboks will have no trouble securing a win over Argentina in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, say local bookmakers. | Egypt blocks access to website of group supporting media

Egypt has blocked internet access to the website of an international media watchdog that provides support for journalists and champions media freedoms. | Seven injured in second Spain car rampage

Seven people were hurt when "alleged terrorists" drove into pedestrians in the Spanish seaside resort of Cambrils before being shot dead by security forces, just hours after a similar attack in nearby Barcelona. | Cape Town reveals sites of proposed new water desalination plants

Cape Town's Granger Bay, Hout Bay and Dido Bay may soon be home to three proposed new desalination plants that the city intends commissioning to make extra drinking water for its residents and visitors. | Armed robberies, murdered son lead to dad selling hardware store

The Dick and Allsop Mica hardware store in Wellington, in the Western Cape, holds many happy memories for the Fourie family. But it has also become a source of pain. | Elderly couple tourtured with boiling water and hot oil

An elderly woman who has been tortured with boiling water and hot oil during a robbery was more concerned about her husband than herself, Netwerk24 reports. | ISIS claims its 'soldiers' carried out Barcelona attack

Barcelona's most famous street was packed with tourists when a van drove into the crowds on a sunny Thursday afternoon, leaving scenes of carnage and panic. | Coetzee happy with loose trio balance

Springbok coach Allister Coetzee says he is happy with the balance in his loose trio ahead of Saturday's clash against Argentina. | We just want leaders to be elected in a credible way - ANC KZN 'rebels'

Members of the ANC who have taken the party to court over allegations of irregularities relating to its 2015 provincial elective conference say they just want to see their party produce leaders through credible processes. | T20 Global League bumps up squad count

Cricket South Africa has confirmed that T20 Global League squad numbers have been increased. | Threat of more disaster looms in Sierra Leone amid burials

Sierra Leone's government has hired 600 grave diggers for the burials of hundreds of mudslide victims, officials say, as some residents were told to evacuate one mountainside amid fears the rainy season could unleash further disaster. | ANC's factions breaking Parliament - opposition on Khoza's firing

The removal of outspoken ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza as chairperson of the portfolio committee on public service and administration is an indication of how the ANC's factional battles are hampering the work of Parliament, opposition parties say. | Boks: Coenie to rediscover his Paris power?

With the SA tighthead berth in a state of flux, Coenie Oosthuizen has a golden chance now to try to nail down No 3 for a while, writes Rob Houwing | Barcelona 'terror attack' leaves 13 dead, over 50 injured

At least 13 people have been killed and over 50 injured when a driver ploughed a van into pedestrians on a busy street in Barcelona popular with tourists, the region's interior minister said. | We no longer need the ANC if it does what apartheid did – Makhosi Khoza

ANC MP Makhosi Khoza has said it's time for the country to move past the ruling party, barely an hour after she was removed as chairperson of the portfolio committee on public administration. | A look at Zimbabwe's first lady, who is accused of assault

A look at Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe, who is accused of assaulting 20-year-old South African model. | Springbok squad members boost Currie Cup

Four of the five Springbok squad members released for Currie Cup duty this weekend will take to the field for their respective provinces. | Zidane leads nominees for FIFA coach prize

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane heads the list of 12 nominees for the FIFA men's coach of the year award. | Khoza pays price for criticism

Dissident ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza has paid the price for her outspoken criticism of President Jacob Zuma when she was fired as the chairperson of the portfolio committee on public service and administration. | Coetzee: Selecting Bosch a 'must'

Springbok coach Allister Coetzee is looking for a lot from youngster Curwin Bosch in Saturday's Rugby Championship clash against Argentina. | Local equities close weaker amid rand confusion

The local bourse has failed to gain any significant upside momentum after opening slightly firmer, as the volatile currency impacted rand sensitive stocks. | Barcelona 'terror attack' leaves one dead, 32 injured

A government official in Barcelona says one person has been confirmed dead and 32 others injured in the van attack in the city's historic Las Ramblas district. | In-fighting escalates at crime intelligence

In-fighting and accusations at the police crime intelligence unit have intensified following a fallout over a lack of security clearance of its acting head Major General Pat Mokushane. | #NEWS24 ICYMI: Makhosi Khoza under fire, Grace Mugabe update and Khanyi Mbau sheds light on her skin

The Guptas to sue Bank of Baroda, Arsene Wenger on the chopping block if billionaire Aliko Dangote takes over Arsenal and see some amazing pictures of SA's winter wonderland. | Argentina recall three for Bok Test

Argentina have made three changes to the team that defeated Georgia in June for a Rugby Championship first round clash with South Africa in Port Elizabeth. | 5 Shockingly dumb things tourists have actually done

Tourists are capable of doing the most shocking acts - leaving the rest of us questioning,"Why?!" | Police say Barcelona van crash a 'terrorist attack'

A van has reportedly crashed into dozens of people in Las Ramblas in Barcelona. | Family wants justice, not money - Gerrie Nel about Mugabe case

The family of Gabriella Engels who was allegedly assaulted by Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is not interested in money, only justice, AfriForum's advocate Gerrie Nel has said. | ANC fires Makhosi Khoza as committee chair

The ANC has fired outspoken MP Makhosi Khoza as chairperson of Parliament's public service and administration portfolio committee. | MaNtuli looks ahead as Hawks confirm Zuma poison plot probe is done

President Jacob Zuma's wife, Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma, who remains a suspect in a case involving an alleged plot to poison her husband, just wants the matter to be finalised. | Police say Barcelona van crash a 'terrorist attack'

A van has reportedly crashed into dozens of people in Las Ramblas in Barcelona on Wednesday. | 1 million South Sudan refugees now in Uganda, UN says

The number of South Sudanese refugees sheltering in Uganda has reached 1 million, the United Nations has said, a grim milestone for what has become the world's fastest-growing refugee crisis. | Maimane wants change, and he wants it now

DA leader Mmusi Maimane urged South Africans to imagine a post-ANC South Africa, adding that the party is united behind "smallanyana" skeletons. | Mugabe's alleged assault victim offered bribe - AfriForum

Grace Mugabe's alleged assault victim has been offered money to drop charges against the Zimbabwean first lady, minority rights organisation AfriForum alleges. | 'No-nonsense' Etzebeth growing as leader

Lock Eben Etzebeth is growing into his role as captain of the Springboks, says coach Allister Coetzee. | City out to show why they're EPL favourites

After a first week in the Premier League that saw the champions Chelsea toppled and 31 goals flying in, the victories by Manchester's clubs on the opening weekend. | ALERT: Motorists warned of hazardous snow conditions as certain roads and mountain passes shut

The icy cold front is moving across the Free State, northwards through Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal - with the SA Weather Service warning motorists to be cautious. | Cabinet mum on diplomatic immunity for Grace Mugabe

Cabinet did not discuss if Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is entitled to diplomatic immunity following her alleged assault of a woman in Johannesburg, says Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo. | LIVE: 'Mischievous, fake tweet' had nothing to do with ANC - lawyer

Legal counsel for the KZN ANC, arguing against the ANC 'rebels' who want results of the 2015 provincial elective conference declared null and void, dismissed a controversial tweet which allegedly broadcast the outcome before official results were released.