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President Cyril Ramaphosa was booed at former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's memorial in Harare on Saturday. After the proceedings, several Zimbabweans told News24 that they were unhappy about recent Xenophobic attacks in our country.
President Cyril Ramaphosa and other dignitaries paid their final respects to former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe on Saturday. Mugabe's remains are set to be taken to Zvimba. After 29 days he will be buried at Heroes Acre.
SA President Cyril Ramaphosa was booed by Zimbabweans as he took to the podium at former president Robert Mugabe's memorial. Ramaphosa went on to apologise for the xenophobic violence in South Africa.
A memorial service in honour of Zimbabwe's former president Robert Mugabe is underway place at the national stadium in Harare, this after the 95-year-old died in a Singaporean hospital last week.
DIRCO minister Naledi Pandor told News24 at the #MugabeMemorial that the former Zimbabwean president will always be remembered for the role he played in the liberation of his country and supporting South Africa during its own struggle.
Watch live as Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and the heads of court address the media on the claims of corruption within the judiciary.
Global Citizen hosted a number of celebrity guests at a gala dinner in Johannesburg as they launched their six-part docu-series, Activate: The Global Citizen Movement, which stars SA celeb Bonang Matheba.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed that government will work together with the National Taxi Association (NTA) to curb the scourge of violence and xenophobia.
A small group of #SandtonShutdown protesters temporarily blocked intersections near the Nelson Mandela square on Friday. Protesters demanded that motorists switched off their vehicles as they sang songs against gender-based violence and femicide.
Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez open up about their new movie Hustlers and reveal how they trained for their roles, and how the film empowers women. The films releases in SA cinemas on Friday, 13 September.
South Africa remains on tenterhooks as violence continues to grip the country. However, the political wheel continues to spin and the big story this week is the death of former president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe.
#SandtonShutdown protesters took to the streets outside the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Friday September 13 to say "enough is enough".
Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato called for men to take up the fight against gender based violence and child abuse at the Western Cape Civic Centre on Thursday.
A mobile video filmed by an eyewitness presents a gritty situation of what appears to be a gang shoot out in Manenberg, ending with those involved, running in all directions.
The family of late Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe have accused current head of state Emmerson Mngangagwa of attempting to coerce it to betray his wishes for his burial.
Chester Williams' wife, Maria, took to the stage with her three children - Matthew, Chloe and Ryan at her husband's memorial on Wednesday - and asked the UWC rugby players to join her in what was one of the day's most touching moments.
Space issues - not medical negligence – was the reason that pregnant women ended up sleeping on the floor, according to acting Edenvale Regional Hospital CEO, Dr Claude Mondzanga.