[The Daily Vox] So, in case you missed the subliminal messaging in all the spa specials and florists discounts, Women's Month is on the horizon. And that of course means all the usual violence and discrimination but with a few empty gestures and misguided campaigns thrown in for good measure.
Parliament Gets Clean Audit Outcome From Auditor General
[Parliament of South Africa] Parliament has this year received a clean audit from the Auditor General. This comes after receiving unqualified audits since the 2006/2007 financial year
Zuma Condemns Police Killings
[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma on Sunday condemned the killing of four police officers and one metro police officer in the past week.
Getaneh Kebede Signs for Pretoria University
[Reporter] Ethiopian striker Getaneh Kebede has joined Pretoria University, the Tuks, in a season-long loan from Bidvest Wits.
Fifty Malawians Arrested in South Africa
[Malawi24] Fifty Malawians detained at Libombo border post in South Africa in South Africa for travelling without proper documents, Malawi24 has learnt.
Minister Orders Forensic Probe At Prasa
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has written to the office of the Auditor General to request the chapter 9 state institution to conduct a forensic investigation into alleged financial and tender irregularities at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa).
Four Down, Two More to Go
[CAF] Two spots remain undecided after Egypt, South Africa, Tunisia and Zambia confirmed their places for the African U-23 Championship Senegal 2015 on Saturday.
Eskom Hikes Create Move From Maize to Rice
[News24Wire] The hike in electricity costs is making an impact on the food choices of South African households, a new report shows.
Erasmus Out of Black Label Cup
[News24Wire] Orlando Pirates have confirmed that Kermit Erasmus and veteran defender Lucky Lekgwathi will miss Saturday's Carling Black Label Cup against Kaizer Chiefs.
President to Release Status of Women Report
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma will release South Africa's first Status of Women Report, as part of the Women's Day celebrations on Sunday.
Police Killings Condemned
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma has strongly condemned the recent killings of police officers and has called on the public to work with law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime and the creation of safer communities.
Cape Town Cop Shot and Wounded
[News24Wire] A 37-year-old police officer was shot and wounded while on duty in Delft in the early hours of Sunday morning, Western Cape police said.