• News
    TimesLIVE

    Ramaphosa, Cele and Mbalula - what Jackson Mthembu said of each in his last moments

    Mthembu called Mahlokoane to show her a video of Cele dancing and said he would challenge him to a dance-off when he discharged from the hospital. He called me, showed me his phone and said, ‘I want to show you something’. He showed me a video of Cele dancing and said, ‘I will show this one how to dance when I come out.

  • Lifestyle
    TimesLIVE

    WATCH | Massive black mamba caught near Durban

    It's normally the male mambas that get really big and the females are generally quite a bit smaller,” he said. Locating the reptile was the hardest part of the capture, he said. It wasn't difficult to catch it, but it was difficult to find it though.

  • Politics
    The Citizen

    Festive season is over. Why are we still in lockdown? Alan Winde wants answers

    Pressure is mounting on President Cyril Ramaphosa and the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) to lift the adjusted alert level 3 restrictions that came into effect in December last year. The NCCC returned South Africa to level 3 lockdown amid the second surge in Covid-19 infections and hospitalisations during the festive season. Initially, Ramaphosa indicated the ban on alcohol sales, the closure of some beaches and public parks and the national curfew would only last for two weeks.

  • Business
    TimesLIVE

    Dam levels rising as Cyclone Eloise hits Limpopo, Mpumalanga: 'To say we are worried is an understatement'

    The rain was like a waterfall that just never ended, and it’s still raining' Vast areas of Mpumalanga are flooded from torrential rains caused by Cyclone Eloise, with reports of roads leading into Mashishing (formerly Lydenburg) being washed away - leaving dozens of rural farming areas and villages cut off. Farmers in Limpopo are bracing themselves for floods, after dam levels rose overnight, with Agri Limpopo reporting that the Nzhelele dam is nearly full, with the Ohrigstad and Tzaneen dams ri...

  • Politics
    SowetanLIVE

    Trump opens Florida office to push his former administration's agenda

    Donald Trump opened an office in Florida on Monday that will handle his duties as a former U.S. president and seek to further his administration's agenda. "The Office will be responsible for managing President Trump's correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities to advance the interests of the United States and to carry on the agenda of the Trump Administration through advocacy, organizing, and public activism," a statement said.

  • Politics
    ewn.co.za

    Can your employer force you to take a COVID-19 vaccine? A labour lawyer explains

    So, how should workplaces deal with employees who refuse vaccination? Labour lawyer Danie Pretorius said that it will all come down to be decided by the Constitutional Court. This is because of the various rights that people would rely on to say that you can’t infringe on those rights.

  • News
    TimesLIVE

    Thuli Madonsela: It's possible to forget to wear your mask when consumed by thoughts

    Former public protector Thuli Madonsela says it is possible to forget to wear one's mask when “consumed by thoughts,” and that police are not allowed, by law, to arrest anyone for not wearing a face-covering without issuing a warning first. Madonsela was reacting to calls for the arrest of Mpumalanga premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane, who was captured on national TV without a mask during the funeral of minister Jackson Mthembu.