Stop bullying us and lying to the public, CHE tells lawyers association

Law Society of South Africa is accusing Council on Higher Education of excluding it in from LLB review process. The Council says the lawyers’ professional body is lying.

A row has erupted between Council on Higher Education (CHE) and Law Society of South Africa (LSSA), and the Council is threatening to delay the review of the Legum Baccalaureus, Bachelor of Laws (LLB) curriculum.

Stop bullying us and lying to the public, CHE tells lawyers association

Stop bullying us and lying to the public, CHE tells lawyers association

Law Society of South Africa is accusing Council on Higher Education of excluding it in from LLB review process. The Council says the lawyers’ professional body is lying.

WATCH: Angry rugby league player knocks out ref cold!

WATCH: Angry rugby league player knocks out ref cold!

The unidentified French player from Saint-Esteve clearly has a temper problem as he had already been suspended earlier in the season.
PAC Stalwart Philip Kgosana honoured, thousands attend funeral

PAC Stalwart Philip Kgosana honoured, thousands attend funeral

Kgosana died on April 19, at the age of 80, after a short illness.
A gold of a different kind for Wayde van Niekerk

A gold of a different kind for Wayde van Niekerk

The Olympic hero receives a gold National Order from President Jacob Zuma for his fine achievements over the past two years.
No bailout for SABC as yet, says communications minister

No bailout for SABC as yet, says communications minister

Earlier this week, SABC interim board chairperson Khanyisile Kweyama said the broadcaster would need a lifeline of ‘at least’ R1bn from Treasury.
State questions mental history of man accused of planning SA coup

State questions mental history of man accused of planning SA coup

The state is opposing Elvis Ramosebudi’s bail to conduct further investigations into the alleged coup plot.
READ: The full list of names SA coup plotter allegedly wanted to assassinate

READ: The full list of names SA coup plotter allegedly wanted to assassinate

Politicians, ministers and the chairperson of SAA are some of the people the people Elvis Ramosebudi had on a hit list that was circulated in court today.

Zuma bestows 2017 National Orders

National Orders are the highest awards that a country bestows on its citizens and eminent foreign nationals.

WATCH: Armed robbers hit Atrium store

The gang used hammers to smash the store’s window display cabinets and to smash their way into the store.

Gigaba has shown SA will stick to fiscal discipline and consolidation – Cabinet

The Cabinet statement did not mention the downgrading of the South Africa’s credit rating to junk at the Nedlac special executive committee.

President Zuma to lead Team SA at WEF Africa in Durban

WEF Africa will be held at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre from 3-5 May, under the theme “Achieving inclusive growth: responsive and responsible leadership.”

Poor ANC governance a letdown – Gauteng Premier Makhura

Makhura says when the ANC fails in government, it lets many Africans down.

Investigating officer grilled in Panayiotou murder trial

On April 28th and 29th 2015, the police facilitated calls between Siyoni and Panayiotou at the Hawks offices in Newton Park.

14 injured after bakkie overturns near Menlyn

Paramedics arrived at the scene and found that four men sustained serious injuries.

A view of SA from space as African countries look to space to solve problems

As Euro-French spacecraft pilot Thomas Pesquet looks at Africa from space, a report suggests that African countries are increasingly looking to space in a bid to solve their problems.

your life

Model Shanina Shaik unveiled as the new face of Studio AW17

The Studio W 2017 winter collection campaign was styled in New York by international stylist Margaret Zhang.

Atandwa Kani and Love By Chance US co-Stars all set for premiere

Thrilling news for Mzansi movie lovers: Three of the American stars of the South African-US co-production Love by Chance are here in Mzansi for the premiere of the romantic comedy.

I’m single, announces Babes Wodumo

She may have announced that she’s single, but the ‘Wololo’ hit maker says she knows who she wants.

phakaaathi

Booth critical of Safa delay over Bafana coach

Former Bafana Bafana defender Matthew Booth believes a failure to appoint a new head coach is not reflecting at all well on the South African Football Association.

We don’t have the squad of other teams – Hunt

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt says he does not have the squad that ‘other teams have’.

Malesela takes ‘special leave’ at Chippa  

Chippa United have place coach Dan Malesela on special leave.

We are in the best position – Pitso Mosimane

Mamelodi Sundowns moved up to No. 2 in the Absa Premiership standings for the first time this season after they defeated Ajax Cape Town 2-0 in midweek.

sport

WATCH: Angry rugby league player knocks out ref cold!

The unidentified French player from Saint-Esteve clearly has a temper problem as he had already been suspended earlier in the season.

A gold of a different kind for Wayde van Niekerk

The Olympic hero receives a gold National Order from President Jacob Zuma for his fine achievements over the past two years.

Nutshell: Clumsy Stormers get smashed … again!

Robbie Fleck’s squad suddenly looks out of their depth in Super Rugby as they fail to deal with the Highlanders’ intensity.

Kings show glimpse of class but the refs are another matter

The men with the whistle again provide some talking points in Super Rugby and our local men certainly aren’t blameless.

business

Glass half full on SA’s foreign direct investment flows

As global executives rank the country as a key investment destination in sub-Saharan Africa.

CompCom looking for precedent-setting excessive pricing case

Why excessive pricing cases are difficult to prove.

Competition Tribunal confirms Citibank’s R69.5m FX penalty

Settlement comprises less than 10% of Citibank’s annual turnover in SA.

‘Cash is not king’

Even if inflation spikes during a downgrade spiral, growth assets remain important – MacroSolutions.

world

‘Hellsinki’ paints tribute to rock band Kiss

Kiss celebrated the statue tribute in a video post shared on the group’s Twitter account.

Air Berlin reports heavy losses as restructuring begins

Air Berlin, Germany’s second-largest airline, has been battling headwinds for years.

DR Congo home to a tenth of the world’s languages

When the former Belgian colony became independent in 1960, authorities chose French as the official language, though even today not all of the population understands it.

Pope Francis says Egypt trip ‘journey of unity and fraternity’

‘This meeting will be an example and a model for peace precisely because it will be a meeting of dialogue.’

opinion

More self-regulation, less censorship needed when using Twitter

Many have lost their reputations, jobs, and self-esteem for postings on Twitter.

Talented Ngoepe gives South Africa the gift of hope

His first start for the Pirates was minor triumph when he safely made first base in his initial ‘at bat’.

23 years on, Madiba’s rainbow nation has lost its way

SA is grappling with a range of issues, including an reckless president and a currency besmirched by junk status.

Too little, too late for Cyril and co to save diseased ANC

In its 106th year, Africa’s oldest liberation movement is beyond redemption.

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