: International (447) | If I am fired, it will be at the president's pleasure - Ramaphosa

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says he cannot do anything to stop President Jacob Zuma removing him as a Cabinet minister, as is being reported, nor any other minister in the Cabinet. | Hawks investigating allegations of massive data breach

The Hawks say they are investigating an alleged 'masterdeeds' data breach which exposed the personal information of millions of South Africans. | AS IT HAPPENED: Jason Rohde had no injuries after incident - defence

Murder accused Jason Rohde's counsel, Graham van der Spuy, has told the Western Cape High Court that he sustained no injuries following the death of his wife, Susan, in July 2016, ruling out suspicions of foul play or defensive behaviour. | "I'm part of those who can be appointed and fired" - Ramaphosa takes a cheeky jab in Parliament

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa answers questions in the National Assembly on Thursday around corruption at State-owned entities, and the state of affairs at South African Airways and their recent bailout. Watch. | Mujuru: I often clashed with Mugabe over his 'bad economic policies'

Zimbabwe's ex-vice president Joice Mujuru has reportedly claimed that she often clashed with President Robert Mugabe over his "bad economic policies", "disagreements which made her boss unhappy and resulted in her dismissal from government". | Time and money - two major obstacles in tackling Cape Town's water crisis

Desalination plants and other plans - which are in the pipeline for Cape Town to help alleviate the water crisis - will probably cost the city billions of rand, and it is not yet clear where this money will come from. | Check for your email address in massive data breach

The website which revealed the massive data breach involving 50 million South Africans, has now loaded a search function for people to find out if their email address has been compromised. | PICS: Life-size OR Tambo statue to greet tourists at SA's busiest airport

President Jacob Zuma unveiled a larger than life statue of struggle icon Oliver Reginald Tambo at the airport named after him in Gauteng. | Marx starts for Lions in Currie Cup semi

Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx will start Saturday's Currie Cup semi-final against Western Province at Newlands. | SA's Michelin-star chef soon to be a TV star on VIA

An exciting new TV show coming to the Afrikaans lifestyle channel VIA will give SA viewers a glimpse into the life of Michelin-star chef Jan-Hendrik van der Westhuizen. | AB joins exclusive club of six-hitters

South Africa's AB de Villiers has joined a unique group of players who have hit 200 or more sixes in ODI cricket. | WP pick Leyds at fullback for Lions semi

Springbok Dillyn Leyds will play at fullback for Western Province in their Currie Cup semi-final against the Golden Lions. | Tshwane bus strike action leaves commuters stranded

Workshop personnel at the C de Wet Bus Depot in Tshwane have downed tools, preventing more than 100 buses from moving off and leaving commuters stranded. | South Africa's media should beware of being the voice of only some

The combination of a media oriented towards lucrative markets and focused almost exclusively on monitoring government, can present a "view from the suburbs", writes Herman Wasserman. | Spain ready to revoke Catalan autonomy amid independence bid

Spain's government has rejected a threat by Catalonia's leader to explicitly declare independence unless talks are held, calling a special Cabinet session to activate measures to take control of the region's semi-autonomous powers. | PICS: Migos land in Durban

Hip hop trio Migos have touchdown in Durban as part of their Culture world tour. | Sixth death in Lonmin mine in three months

British platinum mine giant Lonmin calls for calm after another employee is shot in the platinum belt - bringing the death toll to six in the last three months. | No word from top level sports administrator as rape allegations surface

There has been a deafening silence from a top level sports administrator after former ANC MP and singer Jennifer Ferguson claimed he raped her 24 years ago. | Bulls starting XV unchanged for Durban semi

Blue Bulls executive of rugby John Mitchell has named his team for their Currie Cup semi-final against the Sharks in Durban. | Fight over Grace Mugabe's 'planned' ascendency to VP intensifies - report

Youths from Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF are reportedly divided over plans to amend the party's constitution to accommodate a female vice president. | Jean-Luc starts for Sharks in Bulls semi-final

Sharks coach Robert du Preez has named his team for their Currie Cup semi-final against the Blue Bulls at Kings Park. | PICS: What Cape Town's new R8bn Harbour Arch precinct will look like

This development by Amdec, the same group behind Melrose Arch in Jozi is expected to take a decade to complete - but this VR app will keep you updated every step of the way. | Man who allegedly killed Lichtenburg teen granted bail

The man who allegedly shot and killed 15-year-old Joseph Tshukudu in Lichtenburg, North West has been granted bail in the town's magistrate's court. | LIVE: I have ample experience says #VanBreda DNA expert

Witness for the defence Dr Antonel Olckers is facing tough cross-examination on the stand over forensic data in the ongoing trial of Henri van Breda in the Western Cape High Court. | LIVE: Defence in Rohde trial argue against 'battered woman syndrome' evidence in autospy report

The trial of property mogul Jason Rohde, who is accused of murdering his wife, Susan, is set to continue in the Western Cape High Court. | The 'often overlooked' sledgehammer that ended apartheid

Although it's near-impossible to isolate the exact moment apartheid ended, the 1992 referendum is often overlooked as being the sledgehammer that sealed its fate, writes Robert J. Traydon. | AB at peace with life after captaincy

AB de Villiers is at peace with having relinquished the captaincy to life-long friend and team-mate Faf du Plessis. | WATCH: Uncovering the mysteries of the Indian Ocean aboard the SA Agulhas II

Step aboard the SA Agulhas II as it set sail on a South Africa-led research expedition to uncover the Indian Ocean's secrets. The voyage forms part of the second International Indian Ocean Expedition. Watch. | Body found near defunct mine in Johannesburg Central

The body of a man, believed to be an illegal miner, has been found on the side of a main road in Riverlea, close to a defunct mine. | Maritzburg College: Silencing pupils an insult to youth of '76

I find it astounding that some believe that school children should not make political statements and suggest that the Maritzburg College students have shamed their school in doing so, writes Mondli Zondo. | Bok prop Louw signs with WP until 2020

Springbok prop Wilco Louw has reportedly signed a deal that will keep him at WP and the Stormers for at least the next three seasons. | LIVE: State frustrated with expert in #VanBreda murder trial

Witness for the defence Dr Antonel Olckers is facing tough cross-examination on the stand over forensic data in the ongoing trial of Henri van Breda in the Western Cape High Court. | VIEW: Excerpts from letters written by a young Barack Obama

A US university has released excerpts of letters written by a young Barack Obama to a girlfriend. | 'Nervous' AB hitting it better than ever

Proteas batsman AB de Villiers believes he is hitting the ball better than ever after his stunning knock against Bangladesh. | 5 ways the new SA car industry code could affect you

The right to choose where you wish to repair your vehicle, full disclosure of all costs associated with buying a car... a code of conduct for the local car industry could give SA motorists more choice. | No Barrett as Sopoaga starts for All Blacks

The All Blacks have decided not to risk flyhalf Beauden Barrett in Saturday's dead-rubber Bledisloe Cup Test against Australia in Brisbane. | No Barrett as Sopoaga starts for All Blacks

The All Blacks have decided not to risk flyhalf Beauden Barrett in the Bledisloe Cup Test against Australia, with Lima Sopoaga to start. | Mine hits back over West Coast aquifer

Kropz mining company says "irreversible environmental damage" will be done to groundwater if it is forced by legal action to stop pumping water from the Elandsfontein aquifer. | Zuma to unveil life-size OR Tambo statue

President Jacob Zuma is expected to unveil a life-size statue of Oliver Reginald Tambo at the OR Tambo International Airport in Ekurhuleni, east of Johannesburg. | Rescue underway for Carltonville miner trapped for four days

Rescue operations are currently underway at the AngloGold Ashanti Maponeng mine in Carltonville, in the western part of Gauteng, for a miner who has been trapped. | EL game: Now Proteas to unleash teen

The scene has been set for teenager Wiaan Mulder to make his debut in a low-pressure final ODI for SA in East London, writes Rob Houwing | Rohde murder trial: Expert under fire over 'battered woman syndrome' comment

The government pathologist who suggested that Susan Rohde may have been a victim of 'battered woman syndrome' has come in for a severe tongue lashing in the Western Cape High Court. | Sexual assault is too much for my 7-year-old, weeps Soweto mom

The mother of a Grade 2 pupil who is among the 87 girls who were allegedly sexually assaulted by a school guard has been left shattered by the pain and trauma her little girl has suffered. | Life Esidimeni MD: 'Doctors failed to speak out'

Relatives of Life Esidimeni patients have sobbed as they heard how the former managing director begged the Gauteng health department for information about where the patients were going. | Charges dropped in Chief Justice office break-in

Charges against a man, believed to be the mastermind behind a break-in at the Office of the Chief Justice, have been dropped after authorities declined to prosecute. | 50 up for Cane as All Blacks make changes

New Zealand have made four changes to the matchday 23 which played their last Test against South Africa for Saturday's clash with Australia. | Not enough to prove another person in Van Breda home - State

There is not enough evidence to prove that foreign peaks found in DNA samples from the Van Breda family murder scene could point to another person being in the luxury home at the time of the axings, the State has argued. | Bongani Bongo sworn in as state security minister

Freshly sworn in Minister of State Security Bongani Bongo wants to assure South Africans that he will provide the leadership required by legislation. | Magaqa knew his name was on hit list, Moerane Commission told

Slain former ANC Youth League secretary general Sindiso Magaqa knew he was on a hit list of Umzimkhulu Municipality officials, the Moerane Commission has been told. | #News24 ICYMI: Mandela memoir hits the shelves; Remembering Lucky Dube And Sisulu takes on Mantashe, Mthembu

Dumped 3-day-old baby rescued, Springbok legend Juan Smith retires, massive data leak engulfs SA and another attempted hit on suspected gang leader Jerome 'Donkie' Booysen.