South Africa 16 July 2013

Western Cape, July 16 – A Western Cape police officer is being accused of repeatedly raping a teenager. He applied for bail in the Paarl Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.

South Africa 16 July 2013

Mpumalanga, July 16 – Dozens of Mpumalanga residents have told Public Protector Thuli Madonsela about their difficulties with the local municipality. She's received more than 1100 complaints of maladministration in the past year alone.

South Africa 15 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 15 – Modimolle Monster Johan Kotze and his co-accused Andries Sithole have been convicted of murdering teenager Conrad Bonette in cold blood. And of planning the brutal gang rape and torture of Kotze's estranged wife, Ina.

World 15 July 2013

Thousands of protesters came out in cities across the US on Sunday night, July 14, after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida last year. STORYFUL/Michael H Royal/Red Palm Films

South Africa 15 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 15 – University of Johannesburg Deputy Vice Chancellor: Internationalization, Tinyiko Maluleke, speaks to eNCA on Cassel Mathale’s resignation

Africa 15 July 2013

Senegal, July 15 – A Senegalese entrepreneur is tackling food security in West Africa. Sanoussi Diakite has invented a machine that processes cereal in a fraction of the time it usually takes. And it's uniquely African.

South Africa 15 July 2013

Cape Town, July 15 – A banned pesticide is being used in homes across Cape Town in a desperate attempt to quell the rising rat epidemic. Despite being illegal, the highly toxic poison is being sold on the streets by informal traders.

South Africa 15 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 15 – The scene is set for a bruising season of wage negotiations in the gold mining industry.
The Chamber of Mines has tabled an average four percent wage hike in the gold sector salary talks that started in earnest on Monday.

South Africa 15 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 15 – From developing new applications to fundraising through music. Every effort is being sought to help the fight against Rhino poaching.

South Africa 15 July 2013

Johannesburg, July 15 – Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale has handed in his resignation, in line with the ANC’s resolution to recall him. Political analyst Somadoda Fikeni explains some of the reasons that could've led to the ANC's decision.