Latest News Gigaba: Unscrupulous business behind Xenophobia 2017-02-26T20:28:00.000000Z Minister Malusi Gigaba companies that pit South Africans against immigrants to get the highest gains from the cheapest pay. #SADrought: Heavy rains brings some relief 2017-02-26T19:58:56.000000Z The water and sanitation department says year-on-year figures show an increase in dam levels in six of the country's nine provinces- with water restrictions in Gauteng expected to be lifted soon. German driver arrested after ramming crowd, police say no signs of terrorism 2017-02-26T19:35:00.000000Z The 35-year-old suspect, who was chased and shot by police and later operated on in a hospital in the southwestern German city for his wounds. Morocco king urges UN measures on Western Sahara 2017-02-26T19:23:42.000000Z The king talked with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, denouncing the Polisario Front which for decades has sought 'self-determination' for the desert region. Kipsang misses world record in Tokyo Marathon win 2017-02-26T19:10:48.000000Z The 34-year-old was looking to better compatriot Dennis Kimetto's mark of 2:02.57 and wrest back the world record he lost in 2014. SACP: Brian Molefe's appointment to parly ill-advised 2017-02-26T18:56:00.000000Z The party says the mover was misjudged given that Brian Molefe was found wanting by the Public Protectors State of Capture report. Essa Moosa laid to rest in Cape Town 2017-02-26T18:36:00.000000Z The renowned human rights lawyer and anti-apartheid activist has been laid to rest in Cape Town on Sunday afternoon.The 81-year old died at home on Sunday morning. Former Springbok player arrested in CT 2017-02-26T18:14:00.000000Z It is understood the man was apprehended following an altercation with police officers at an accident scene. Recent rains cause significant rise in dam levels 2017-02-26T17:01:00.000000Z Minister Nomvula Mokonyane held a briefing at the Vaal Dam where dam levels have now reached over 97%. Australia find formula to exploit India weaknesses 2017-02-26T16:43:00.000000Z Australia's batsmen saw out close to 182 overs in their two innings while their Indian counterparts lost all 20 wickets in just 74 overs.