South Africa’s Nedbank Group Ltd said on Monday it will buy back its stock from shareholders who hold less than 100 Nedbank shares as a result of a spin-off by its biggest shareholder Old Mutual.
Defence lawyer Advocate, Peter Daubermann has told first witness, Cheryl Zondi that she has fabricated her testimony, as certain details do not match with the verbal and written testimony she gave to the police in 2017.
South African men have been challenged to participate in a social media campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Frustrated European ministers on Monday insisted there was still time to reach a Brexit deal despite the latest failed round of divorce talks, but the EU warned it was stepping up preparations for failure.
Delhi's biggest coal power plant was set to shut down Monday as a new emergency plan to improve air quality in one of the world's most polluted cities came into force, Indian officials said.
Turkey and Italy are the last buyers of Iranian crude outside China, India and the Middle East, according to tanker data and an industry source...
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has decried what it deems South Africa's poor boarder control systems, saying government is unable to control the movement of undocumented foreigners.
Life fell apart last week for mother of four Dorcas who was among 200 000 Congolese attacked and then forcibly thrown out of neighbouring Angola despite having lived there for a decade.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will update parliament on the status of Brexit negotiations later on Monday, her spokesman said, a day after last-ditch talks in Brussels failed to agree a draft divorce settlement.
The SABC has confirmed that it will broadcast on Tuesday African Cup of Nations qualifier against Seychelles.
At least 30 MyCiti bus routes have now been affected by the wild cat strike in Cape Town, this after bus drivers on Monday morning embarked on a strike without giving prior notice.
At least six people were killed in flash floods in the south-western Aude district of France after several months' worth of rain fell in just a few hours overnight, the local government prefect said on Monday.
Prince Harry and Meghan touched down in Sydney on Monday, kicking off a bumper Pacific tour that is the British royals' first major outing abroad as a couple.
The Tshwane Emergency Services have resumed their search for two bodies in Pretoria's Apies River.
Congolese migrants and officials said dozens of people were killed this month in neighbouring Angola in a crackdown on artisanal diamond mining, an accusation Angolan security forces strongly denied.
Indian minister M.J. Akbar described multiple allegations of sexual harassment against him as "wild and baseless" on Sunday and added he plans to take legal action against the women who have made the accusations.
AmaZulu took on Mamelodi Sundowns in the second edition of the annual Prince Mangosuthu Legacy Cup in Ulundi on Saturday evening.
Britain, France and Germany insisted Sunday that "light must be shed" on the whereabouts of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as they called for a credible investigation into his disappearance. In a joint statement, Britain's foreign minister Jeremy Hunt, his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian and Germany's Heiko Maas said whoever was responsible for the Saudi journalist's disappearance must be held to account. Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor, vanished after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 to obtain official documents for his upcoming marriage. "Defending freedom of expression and a free press and ensuring the protection of journalists are key priorities for Germany, the United Kingdom and France," the ministers said in a statement issued by the Foreign Office in London. "In this spirit, light must be shed on the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi," it said, indicating all three countries were treating the matter "with the utmost seriousness". "There needs to be a credible investigation to establish the truth about what happened, and -- if relevant -- to identify those bearing responsibility for the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, and ensure that they are held to account. While expressing support for joint Saudi-Turkish efforts to look into his disappearance, they said the Saudi government must provide "a complete and detailed response", indicating that such a message had been conveyed "directly" to Riyadh. Turkish officials say they believe Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi mission and lurid claims suggesting he was tortured and even dismembered have been leaked to the media. Following the statement, Hunt spoke to media at the foreign secretary's Chevening country residence, and challenged Riyadh to explain what happened to Khashoggi. "The country that can help us get to the bottom of this is Saudi Arabia," he says. "If, as they say, this terrible murder didn't happen then where is Jamal Khashoggi? That is what the world wants to know. "If they have got nothing to hide then they will, and should, co-operate." Saudi Arabia warned Sunday it would retaliate against any sanctions imposed on the oil-rich kingdom over Khashoggi's disappearance, as the Riyadh stock market plunged on growing investor jitters.
The number of people killed in twin suicide bomb attacks on two restaurants in Somalia’s southern city of Baidoa has risen to 20 and another 40 people were injured, a local hospital official said on Sunday.
First Deputy General Secretary of SACP Solly Mapaila says heads must roll at the South African Reserve Bank because looting at VBS Mutual Bank has happened under their noses.
The Sunday Times newspaper has apologised for its false reporting on allegations of police killings in Cato Manor in Durban, a SARS rogue unit, and the illegal deportation of Zimbabweans.
The family of Albertina Sisulu and locals from her place of birth in Xholobe village in Tsomo feel they have been forgotten.
Residents of Homevale in Kimberley are outraged over the constant stench of sewage flowing in the area. They complain they have been living under such dire circumstances for more than a year.
Novak Djokovic continued his scintillating run of form as he breezed past Croatian Borna Coric 6-3 6-4 to win the Shanghai Masters title for the fourth time on Sunday.
Over 3000 women employed in mining gathered in Rustenburg in the North West over the weekend to highlight the abuse and discomfort of working in the male dominated sector.
Limpopo's African National Congress (ANC) five top officials will discuss the involvement of its senior members in the VBS Mutual Bank heist in Polokwane, on Monday.
The Congress of the People says it's against the proposal by ANC Chairperson Gwede Mantashe that a Commision of Inquiry be appointed into the VBS saga.
The ANC's January 8 Statement rally will be held in KwaZulu-Natal. The party will also on the same day unveil its election manifesto.
President Donald Trump said on Saturday the release of US pastor Andrew Brunson after two years in Turkish custody was a "tremendous step" towards improved relations with Turkey but he denied cutting a deal with Ankara.
A shortage of vaccines against Foot and Mouth disease has stopped the routine inoculation of cattle in the Mopane District of Limpopo.