The Zuma family has apologized for the comments of Thobeka Madiba-Zuma. The First Lady posted inflammatory comments on a social media platform, ostensibly in support of her husband who is facing a vote of no confidence.
There is much speculation that President Jacob Zuma will resign by Wednesday this week. Sources reveal the hold up was due to Zuma's anticipated legal fees, which he says the state should fund as he was in office when charged.
Nuclear physician, Alphonse Msomi, revealed that he wants to put his degree to good use in the fight against cancer. The field of study involves the use of radioactive materials combined with drugs to diagnose and treat cancer.
Female pilot, Annie Hellner, has worked really hard to achieve her dream but there are some that don't believe she should be flying planes. She reveals how a sexist passenger ranted that flying was a man's job.
Taylor Morrison, the adorable toddler that has been keeping the country entertained with her wise and sometimes sassy take on life, has everyone in stitches with her latest video. Her mom records her hilarious effort at praying.
The Reverend Doctor Tebo Moema is crushing stereotypes left and right with his new TV show chronicling the lives of gay people in South Africa. The show follows SA personalities and showcases their personal coming out stories.
David Mabuza, ANC deputy president, will lead the ANC top six in a meeting this evening with President Jacob Zuma regarding his future as head of state. Cyril Ramaphosa has tactfully abstained from the proceedings.
ANC treasurer-general, Paul Mashatile stated that it would be better for the country if President Jacob Zuma resigns. He said that it needs to happen to avoid a split in the centres of power. This comes ahead of SONA.
Bheki Cele slammed the ANC secretary general, Ace Magashule for destroying the ANC. Magashule recently stated that the current leadership under Ramaphosa would only last 5 years and that the ANC just needed to bide its time.
Somizi Mhlongo has been in the entertainment industry for over three decades. In his reality television show, Living the Dream with Somizi, he showcased some Durban mansions. Now it seems that he has procured one for himself.
Inxeba (The Wound), the critically acclaimed film from writer and director, John Trengrove, is making waves. People protested outside cinemas against the film, which they deemed to devalue the tradition of Ukwaluka
Grace Mugabe, former Zimbabwean first lady, was awarded a doctorate in Sociology in 2014. The university only published the thesis four years after the fact, prompting academics to call for an investigation of fraud.
Belinda Davis, a club singer from South Africa, is making waves on the international scene. She landed the starring role in the 'Whitney Houston Show' and has been touring the world with the Showtime Australia cast.
Recent tax revenue statistics show that while personal income tax is up, corporate tax is declining. Ramaphosa is set to challenge the Treasury's suggestions to increase VAT, income tax and decrease medical scheme rebates.
A letter appeared from an Indian constituent who stated that his wife will be voting for Cyril Ramaphosa in the upcoming elections. We put together a list of the top ten reasons why he would make a good president.
Floyd Shivambu, the deputy president of the EFF, recently stated that the upcoming vote of no confidence is just a waste of time and that the party are confident that Zuma will be ousted from the Union Buildings.
Sindiwe Magona was a 23 year-old single mother of two, with no job and no prospects. She worked as a domestic worker and educated herself. She has authored many critically acclaimed works and continues to inspire with her stories.
Many women in Africa are serving prison sentences for witchcraft based on frivolous charges. They are exposed to horrendous conditions and treated inhumanely. There are calls from authorities to right these insurrections.
Nicole Bessick is dominating our screens as the ascerbic Chloe Hendriks in Broken Vows. She admits to be being bullied at school because of the colour of her skin. She is now a spokesperson for an anti-bullying campaign.
Prophet Mboro has been linked to various indiscretions in the name of religion. His latest attempt to steal the limelight includes a photograph, claimed to have been taken by the Angel Gabriel, of himself going to heaven.
COPE member of parliament, Deidre Carter, lodged the Civil Union Amendment Bill on Friday. The Bill seeks to repeal a section of the Act that allows marriage officials to refuse to officiate same-sex marriages.
Matsepho Motshumi, a teacher from Soweto, claims to be the lost love child of the late Lucas Mangope. Despite her countless attempts to contact him, he rejected her efforts. She was adamant to attend his funeral.