August 15, 2016

‘Give me a Jeep and I’ll vote for you’

The ANC received a huge blow in Rustenburg. City Press spoke to residents to find out how (and if) they voted.
August 12, 2016

Team SA interactive daily schedule

Want to know which Team SA athlete is competing when at the Rio Olympic Games? Check out our interactive daily schedule here!
August 7, 2016

Ghosts of Zuma’s past

The ghosts of the past came back to haunt President Jacob Zuma in the most embarrassing way last night when, in front of dignitaries and a live TV audience, he was reminded about his decade-old rape trial.
August 4, 2016

#Elections2016: What do those in the business know think?

Healthy business needs a healthy country, and a healthy country needs a vibrant, growing economy and strong effective government. Here are seven Gibs faculty members reacting to the 2016 local government elections
August 1, 2016

Rabada hits SA for six

City Press spoke to the celebrated young cricketer following his clean sweep at the CSA awards on Tuesday
July 20, 2016

Not the Durban July – this ‘bush race’ has all the thrills without the frills

In the backdrop of what appear to be dead or deciduous acacia trees dotting the flat and parched Savannah grassland terrain, a local calendar event themed the “The Kalahari Experience” takes centre stage in the sleepy town of Bray
July 1, 2016

‘This issue is bigger than Hlaudi’: Black Friday journalists vow to ‘crack on’

Even if the SABC’s chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng agreed to revoke his controversial “no violent protest” policy, it would be irrelevant. This was the view of one of the SABC journalists who was facing disciplinary action for for speaking out against the policy.
June 28, 2016

No cause for concern, everyone is happy at the SABC – Hlaudi Motsoeneng

The SABC and its staff were not in a period of turmoil, and business would continue as usual, so said the broadcaster’s chief operations officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
June 27, 2016

Watch: Golden harvest for rural EC farmers

That bowl of cereal you eat in the morning might soon come from a collective of small farmers in rural Eastern Cape who are changing the face of commercial farming, Paddy Harper paid a visit
June 24, 2016

Thoko Didiza: I’m a resident of Tshwane, I don’t feel foreign

ANC mayoral candidate for Tshwane Thoko Didiza said it is sad that communities, “no matter the level of disgruntlement, can engage in acts of violence”.
June 22, 2016

Hlaudi Motsoeneng: We’re doing exactly what people want

The SABC today at its headquarters in Joburg announced a new schedule for its channels to accommodate the new quota of 80% local content for television.
June 21, 2016

Ycer the androgynous model everyone has been waiting for

Don’t take a walk with Ycer (stage name) Machimana through the village of Mokgoloboto outside Tzaneen if you’re in a hurry. The 28-year-old is frequently stopped for acknowledgement and a chat.
June 16, 2016


This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Soweto Uprising. City Press searched the archives for some of the most iconic images of the time when the youth of SA rose up in revolt against injustice.
June 16, 2016

Magubane: Nobody should tell you what to do with your camera

South Africa's renowned photojournalist, Peter Magubane, launched a book on the 40th anniversary of the June 16 1976 Soweto Uprising.
June 15, 2016

Watch – There is no Premier League: Collen Maine

The ANC Youth League president has again shut down talks that there is division within the party in the form of the so-called Premier League.
June 15, 2016

‘Poor white’ Penny Sparrow breaks her silence on her racist Facebook post

She’s homeless, fears for her life, and thinks black people are wonderful. She also didn’t mean to insult anyone by likening black beach-goers to monkeys.
June 12, 2016

Humans of Mzansi: The elders of suburbia

In the next instalment of her series, photojournalist Zahra Haider visits an old age home in the northwestern suburbs of Johannesburg and speaks to some of its residents about youth, old age and their memories of June 16 1976
June 14, 2016

Pastor Jabu Hlongwane now an author

Pastor Jabu Hlongwane’s debut novel comes after a lifelong yearning to fulfill his initial writing dream from when he was just 15 years old, when he had penned his first novel.
June 12, 2016

Women the backbone of SA's economy — Madonsela

When leaders got together and engaged, the discussions were powerful, said the president of the Businesswomen’s Association of SA, Farzanah Mall, at Thursday’s Women Leaders Shaping the SA Economy luncheon.
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August 21 2016