• News

    Call for suspension of ANC KZN leader over voicenote slating 'rubbish' Jackson Mthembu

    The ANC in Mzala Nxumalo region have called for Nene's immediate suspension and have asked the KZN KwaZulu-Natal provincial executive committee to institute a disciplinary hearing against Nene. It’s regional secretary Zakes Buthelezi said: “It is unfortunate that a human being, worse a comrade and a regional leader, would speak so ill of another human being particularly when the family is mourning as does many South Africans.

  • Lifestyle

    Steve Harvey Was Asked About His Daughter Lori Dating Michael B. Jordan And His Response Was Classic Dad

    We asked 100 dads how they'd feel about their daughter dating MBJ and Steve Harvey's response was the #1 answer...

  • Science
    The Citizen

    Widespread flooding in Mpumalanga and Limpopo – More rain expected

    Heavy rainfall has caused havoc in parts of Limpopo, Mpumalanga. The South African Weather Service said there have been reports of flooding in the eastern parts of these two provinces and more heavy rain is expected until Monday evening. A red level 10 warning has been issued due to the persistent heavy rain: “This will cause serious strain on emergency services.

  • Lifestyle

    Spanish woman who 'died' of Covid returned 10 days later

    An 85-year-old woman believed by her family to have died from the coronavirus surprised her relatives by returning to her care home nine days after they were told she had been buried, a newspaper reported on Sunday. After a mix-up over names, the family of Rogelia Blanco were informed that the pensioner died of Covid-19 on January 13 and her funeral was the next day, the La Voz de Galicia newspaper said. Due to coronavirus protocols, they were unable to attend.

  • Politics

    Ramaphosa: SA can no longer continue being a country that tolerates lawlessness

    JOHANNESBURG - The African National Congress (ANC)’s national executive committee (NEC) lekgotla has called for maximum attention to be given to those who hijack projects across parts of the country and extort money from service providers. In his closing address on Sunday, party president Cyril Ramaphosa said that South Africa could no longer continue being a country that tolerated lawlessness.

  • Sport
    The Citizen

    Long-serving duo set for Chiefs exit

    Kaizer Chiefs are believed to have already alerted two of their long-serving players that their deals are highly unlikely to be renewed when they end in June. Amakhosi were forced to keep some of their players this season, following their transfer ban. But now that the ban ends in June, the club will be able to bring in new players and a number of the old gang will have to make way.

  • Health
    The Citizen

    Winter is coming with a third Covid-19 wave, warns expert as SA waits for vaccines

    One of South Africa’s leading vaccinologists has warned that if the government continues to delay its vaccination programme, the country is likely to experience a third wave of Covid-19 infections soon. I’ve estimated that it will probably be around May [and] June of this year that we will start seeing another increase in terms of transmission across the country,” Professor Shabir Madhi told The Citizen on Monday, warning that the delay to vaccinate citizens could potentially affect government’s...