News24 South Africa

  1. | Buchan gives his shirt, boots and stetson to gangsters at prayer meeting
    Standing in a T-shirt, jeans, and socks after giving his boots, Bible, jacket and shirt to a group of gangsters, evangelist Angus Buchan had the thousands of people who had trekked to his prayer meeting in Mitchell's Plain crying, praying and shouting loudly "Praise Jesus".
  2. | Constitutional court ruling on CPS extension widely welcomed
    Various political and civil society groups have reacted to the decision taken by the Constitutional court to allow CPS to continue distributing social grants to beneficiaries who receive their grants in cash.
  3. | Excitement as light drizzle falls over Buchan prayer meeting
    Evangelist Angus Buchan and his followers' prayers seem to have been answered as a light drizzle fell over his It's Time mass prayer meeting in Mitchell's Plain, Cape Town.
  4. | Sanco welcomes amendment to State Capture inquiry regulations
    The SA National Civic Organisation has urged that the inquiry into State Capture start without further delay to prevent looting, in a statement welcoming a presidential amendment to the regulations governing the inquiry.
  5. | Alleged Sexy Boys gang boss Jerome Booysen targeted again - reports
    Alleged Sexy Boys gang boss Jerome “Donkie" Booysen has brushed off reports that he has been shot at in a fourth apparent attempt on his life in less than a year.
  6. | Joburg emergency services still on high alert as flood waters subside
    The spell of rain so heavy around Johannesburg that even graves were disturbed, seems to have abated, to the relief of Johannesburg's emergency and traffic services.
  7. | Study uncovers brutal policing of sex work
    Civil society and the police have begun to work together to stop the abuse.
  8. | Caring cop gets fine-feathered friend back into the flying squad
    Even the life of a small injured bird is worth trying to save for Warrant Officer Charles Lamola of the Commercial Crimes Court in Pretoria.
  9. | Paramedics kept busy in Durban rain
    A paramedic has urged Durban motorists to drive carefully in the rain after a driver had to be rescued when his truck crashed down an embankment.
  10. | SA conservative group takes credit for increased 'white genocide' awareness
    The Suidlanders say they launched an extensive awareness campaign in the US last year, leading to more international awareness of the "plight" of white South Africans.