: South Africa (59) | LIVE: Cyril Ramaphosa faces tough questions in Parly

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is answering questions in the National Assembly about the controversial Guptas, embattled state-owned enterprises and SA's unemployment crisis. | Vodacom CEO promises free 500MB to all hit by data glitch

Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub says the network will give all customers affected by its recent network glitch, 500MB over and above reimbursement of lost data. | 'Cannibal victim' had a bad feeling - family

The human remains found in the Estcourt cannibal' case are believed to be those of a 25-year-old woman who went missing after she left for a trip, despite having "a feeling that she should not go". | Why Bok backline needs a big guy!

With the Wallabies and All Blacks around the corner, Rob Houwing questions whether there is enough muscle and height among the Springbok backs. | Jon Qwelane and Huffpost: why we're still in the dark about hate speech | No luck knocking on Anderson's door

Tennis SA is eager to convince Kevin Anderson to play Davis Cup, but the player remains sidelined for the time being. Sy Lerman reports. | BREAKING: At least 11 people 'beheaded in Libya attack'

At least 11 people have been beheaded in an attack on a checkpoint controlled by Libyan military strongman Khalifa Haftar south of Tripoli, a spokesperson for his forces says. | Bride killed on eve of wedding after receiving threats

"Cancel the wedding or die." This was the ominous message sent to a bride-to-be weeks before her wedding. | #Declassified: Apartheid Profits - nuclear bunkers and swiss bankers

Open Secrets, in this instalment on the Declassified: Apartheid Profits series, takes a closer look at the role played by the Swiss banks in propping up the apartheid regime. | 'People call us before they call the police' - a vigilante group's quest for legitimacy

A controversial community crime-fighting group was formed in March 2015 to combat rampant gangsterism and violent crimes in Galeshewe. This part one of a three part series on vigilantism in South Africa. | Force granted right to appeal Super Rugby axing

The Force have won the right to appeal their axing from Super Rugby, as the ARU rejected a major cash injection from a mining magnate. | Ramaphosa to face questions about Guptas, unemployment

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to answer questions in the National Assembly about the Gupta family's influence at Eskom, confidence in state-owned enterprises, and unemployment. | Mokonyane blames municipalities' R7bn debt for her dept's financial woes

Water and Sanitation minister Nomvula Mokonyane has laid the blame for her department's ailing finances on ill-equipped municipalities who could not implement their projects. | Wellington fire: Toxicology report could as long as 8 years

The family of Jacques and Sunita van Dyk, who died in their farm house, may wait up to eight years to find out whether the couple took any narcotics on the fatal night. | Interim SABC board makes shortlist for permanent board, but no Zikalala

The five members of the SABC interim board have made the shortlist of 36 for the permanent board. | 5 questions about cannibalism answered

There is no criminal charge for eating human flesh, but the National Health Act clearly stipulates that it is illegal to be in possession of any human tissue unless authorised by the relevant person or institution. | SA rookies seek T20 Global League fame

In-form, home-grown raw talents like Kyle Simmonds and Janneman Malan could just catapult to mass recognition in the T20 Global League, writes Rob Houwing. | Naspers investor Allan Gray to vote against executive pay policy

Naspers shareholder Allan Gray plans to vote against the firm's remuneration policy because it isn't aligned to the performance of the business outside a stake in Tencent. | Wits students stand up for gay rights

Students at universities who identify with the LGBTQ+ community still face daunting challenges even though these institutions are viewed as liberal and progressive. | Trump backs off Afghan withdrawal, lambasts Pakistan

US President Donald Trump has cleared the way for the deployment of thousands more US troops to Afghanistan, backtracking from his promise to swiftly end America's longest war. | Jeannie D shares some hot snaps from her St Tropez getaway

The star wasted no time finding another summer spot to go to, having just returned from a trip to Portugal. | Acting head of crime intelligence axed

Major-General Pat Mokushane has been fired from his position as acting head of crime intelligence. | No plans to hold Nkoana-Mashabane to account over Grace Mugabe - yet

There are no plans to call in Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane before Parliament just yet, portfolio committee chairperson Siphosezwe Masango has said. | 'Incompetent' Faith Muthambi 'tried to mislead Parliament' - report

Former Communications Minister Faith Muthambi tried to mislead Parliament, a report from Parliament's legal services has found. | Super-subs keeping Boks on their toes

The intent shown off the Springbok bench bodes well for broader maintenance of standards as the Championship grinds onward, writes Rob Houwing. | Bafana's bizarre CHAN failure

Sy Lerman says Bafana's failure to qualify for CAF's mishmash CHAN Finals is a saga for Ripley's "Believe it or Not". | Gupta crusader to media owner: Who is Mzwanele Manyi?

Outspoken Zuma supporter and Gupta crusader Mzwanele Jimmy' Manyi can now add a new title to his ever growing list of credentials – that of media owner. | Mugabe's deputy returns from SA 'after food poisoning treatment'

Zimbabwe's vice president has returned home from South Africa where he was flown for emergency medical care for suspected food poisoning, a privately-owned newspaper says. | CONFIRMED: Minister Nkoana-Mashabane granted Mugabe diplomatic immunity

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation has confirmed that Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane granted Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity. | LIVE: Celtic v Kaizer Chiefs

LIVE scoring and interactive commentary on the Absa Premiership clash between Bloemfontein Celtic and Kaizer Chiefs. | 'It's regrettable SA decided to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity'

Zimbabwe's main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party has described First Lady Grace Mugabe as a "disgrace", adding that it is "regrettable that South African authorities decided not to prosecute her after she severely assaulted a 20 year-old model". | Grace & Fury

City Press understands that Zimbabwe's first couple was given assurances by senior government officials that Grace Mugabe would not be charged. | Rugby unity? What unity?

It speaks volumes about our priorities that when SA Rugby announced its plans to celebrate 25 years of rugby unity'. | Cheetahs, Kings in mad rush to be Pro 14 ready

Free State Cheetahs managing director Harold Verster has never had it this busy – or good. | Political parties welcome 'overdue' Manana resignation

Political parties have welcomed the resignation of Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mduduzi Manana. | Gugulethu woman tries to get by on R350 a month

Living in a cold, smelly and mouldy shack is the daily reality of a disabled woman struggling to make ends meet in Europe informal settlement in Gugulethu. | Six US cops shot in same night, 1 fatally

Six US police officers were shot in one night in the states of Florida and Pennsylvania, one fatally, prompting President Donald Trump to tweet his support for the slain officer's department early Saturday. | LIVE: SuperSport v Sundowns

LIVE scoring and interactive commentary on the Absa Premiership clash between SuperSport United and Mamelodi Sundowns. | Lesotho's Thabane, 78, tells SADC summit he's getting married 'again'

Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane, 78, has interrupted the programme of the Southern African Development Community summit to make an "important announcement", saying he's getting married again. | All Blacks' first half blitz seals win over Wallabies

New Zealand got their Rugby Championship campaign off to a superb start when they claimed a 54-34 victory over Australia in Sydney. | Trump defends Confederate statues, berates his critics

President Donald Trump has burrowed deeper into the racially charged debate over Confederate memorials and lashed out at members of his own party in the latest controversy to engulf his presidency. | DA won't let go of Faith after Khoza's axing

The DA's Mike Waters says the ANC's "disgraceful firing" of Makhosi Khoza will not mean that the Minister of Public Service and Administration, Faith Muthambi, will escape accountability. | They're holding us ransom - Avian Park mom

When Riano Booyse, 8, hears any loud noise, he instinctively throws himself flat on the ground and covers his head. | NPA boss Shaun Abrahams dodges Gupta prosecution questions

The NPA has yet to receive any dockets about cases involving state capture as director Shaun Abrahams avoided answering media questions. | Still no sign of man allegedly killed by farmer in Majakaneng

Police are still searching for a 24-year-old man who was allegedly shot and killed by a farmer for stealing oranges in Majakaneng, North West. | LIVE: Judgment reserved in ANC 'rebels' challenge against KZN provincial leadership election

Legal counsel for both sides have concluded their arguments in the matter brought by the ANC 'rebels' who want the results of the KZN ANC 2015 provincial elective conference declared null and void, and judgment has been reserved. | Cassiem starts at No 8 for Boks, Bosch on bench

Springbok coach Allister Coetzee has named his side for their opening Rugby Championship clash against Argentina in Port Elizabeth. | Zuma to take over SADC chairmanship from Swaziland's Mswati III

President Jacob Zuma, will this weekend take over the rotating chairmanship of the Southern African Development Community from Swaziland's King Mswati III. | Van Zyl's young WP side eye Currie Cup glory

Despite having a young side, Western Province are determined to lift silverware in this year's Currie Cup, captain Chris van Zyl says. | Cops probe possible arson at century-old children's centre in Bloemfontein

A forensics team is investigating possible foul play after a fire at a child and youth care centre in Bloemfontein caused almost R2m in damage, Free State police say.