eNatis vehicle system on brink of collapse

Telkom claims its bills haven’t beed paid and it’s about to cut off the data lines to transport authorities.

The country's national administration traffic information system (eNatis) is on the brink of collapse after Telkom started cutting voice lines to the system this week and said it would start cutting the data lines on Monday.

eNatis vehicle system on brink of collapse

eNatis vehicle system on brink of collapse

Telkom claims its bills haven’t beed paid and it’s about to cut off the data lines to transport authorities.

Struggling Free State municipality throws bash for Motsoeneng

Struggling Free State municipality throws bash for Motsoeneng

A picture was circulated inviting residents to a ‘homecoming’ concert for the embattled former COO.
Andile Lungisa matter not on the NEC agenda, says Mantashe

Andile Lungisa matter not on the NEC agenda, says Mantashe

Mantashe disputed reports that Lungisa had referred his case to the NEC.
Charges withdrawn against one OR Tambo heist suspect

Charges withdrawn against one OR Tambo heist suspect

The two had been granted bail of R50K each when they appeared with five other accused on March 14.
WATCH: Battered Joel Stransky relives his Epic accident

WATCH: Battered Joel Stransky relives his Epic accident

The former Bok flyhalf and SuperSport commentator says he was ‘out cold’ for several minutes before being rushed to hospital.
We have become corrupt to the core, says Mthembu – report

We have become corrupt to the core, says Mthembu – report

The ANC’s former spokesperson did not pull his punches at a funeral service on Friday.
Complex web of ‘fakery’ surrounds Mogoeng break-in suspects – report

Complex web of ‘fakery’ surrounds Mogoeng break-in suspects – report

With suspicions mounting about state involvement in the chief justice office break-in, a new investigation has found little seems to add up.

Bryson Tiller and Travis Scott headline Castle Lite Unlocks

The artists will hit SA in June, going to Joburg and Polokwane.

Mokotjo granted SA citizenship in time for Bafana Bafana friendly

In December 2016, Mokotjo acquired Dutch citizenship and automatically lost his South African citizenship.

Durban warehouse fire under control, says municipality

Residents who came into contact with the smoke were urged to stay indoors and close all their windows and doors.

KNP, traditional healers unite to fight rhino poaching

Dr Sylvester Hlati collaborated with the park after noticing that poachers were often found in possession of muti.

State Security Agency signs vetting agreement with Eskom

The parastatal said the agreement will enable employees to be issued with security clearances within four months.

Unprotected strike at Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine ends

The strike was in reaction to the disciplinary procedures taken by the company against 40 employees following an earlier sit-in at the mine.

Decomposed body found in river

The body was missing a hand and its feet were bound with a rope.

Lokeren set to release AWOL Patosi – report

Belgian club KSC Lokeren are said to be considering releasing Ayanda Patosi from his contract after he went AWOL again.

your life

Talented Nhlanhla Nciza is the queen of stage and fashion

The Mafikizolo singer shares the story behind her brand NN Vintage and what the future holds.

Actor Thapelo Mokoena bags Youth Achiever award at Saftas

Mokoena is best known for presenting the first season of the South African version of the reality competition Fear Factor in 2005.

Remember Joe Mafela’s royalties, Tony Kgoroge tells SABC at memorial

He also spoke of the exploitation he says artists, including Joe Mafela himself, suffered at the hands of the entertainment industry.

Call for proposals on disrupting arts education

The call comes ahead of the fifth ACT/UJ Creative Conference which will be held from July 27-29 at the University of Johannesburg.

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Lokeren set to release AWOL Patosi – report

Belgian club KSC Lokeren are said to be considering releasing Ayanda Patosi from his contract after he went AWOL again.

Morrison eyes starting berth at Pirates

After making his first appearance for Orlando Pirates under the mentorship of coach Kjell Jonevret, Bernard Morrison says he needs to do extra work for a starting berth.

Chiefs and other clubs to appear before PSL DC

The PSL has confirmed that Kaizer Chiefs and six other clubs will appear in front of their disciplinary committee on various charges.

Konco accuses Mogaladi of sour grapes

Bloemfontein Celtic CEO Khumbulani Konco has accused Polokwane City chairman Johnny Mogaladi of sour grapes for delaying coach Luc Eymael registration with the PSL.

sport

Schurter and Stirnemann charge into Epic lead

In the women’s race, South African rider Robyn de Groot and Ascendis Health teammate Sabine Spitz of Germany won the stage.

WATCH: Battered Joel Stransky relives his Epic accident

The former Bok flyhalf and SuperSport commentator says he was ‘out cold’ for several minutes before being rushed to hospital.

Lionel Cronje goes from prodigy to reject to accepted

The Kings flyhalf has been criticised for being a wasted talent but the relative lack of pressure in PE has brought the best out of him.

Lionel Messi: the famous face of … cocaine?

Packages of the drug feature the face of none other than the Barcelona superstar, leading to jokes that he’s endorsing the dodgy product.

business

Rob Davies calls for action against noncompliant BEE companies

Davies was speaking at the breakfast session held by the B-BBEE Commission on the national state of transformation.

Woolworths realigns Australia businesses

Woolworths is creating a single regional corporate structure to manage its department store chains.

SA property developer opens another shopping mall in Ghana

The new Kumasi City Mall is Atterbury’s fourth successful retail development in Ghana, following a trio of prior developments in the country’s capital Accra.

Foreign investors now feel more upbeat about SA

Conference feedback suggests country is doing all right relative to emerging market peers.

world

Trump to Republicans on healthcare: this is your chance

Trump fired off another tweet Friday singling out this caucus for criticism.

11 dead as migrant boat sinks off Turkey coast

Most bodies were found on the shore.

Smartphone maker Samsung backs away from planned split

It is alleged the split will enhance Lee’s family control over Samsung operating units.

Two more ‘significant arrests’ over London attack

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility, saying the attacker was one of its soldiers.

opinion

Hysteria over Zille’s colonialism tweet a storm in a teacup

Her provocative tweet was intended to challenge our thinking, if not her own, after a fruitful visit to Singapore.

Bafana Bafana coach position a poisoned chalice

Certainly, the job cannot be a great advertisement on any CV.

London attack paints a picture of a darker, more sinister world

The most frightening realisation which remains in the wake of the attack, is that it was as sudden as it was unexpected.

Why the racists will always be with us

Because, mostly, they ARE us.

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