ANC MP Khoza ‘scared’ to accept security from parliament – report

Last week, both parliament and police indicated that they would protect Khoza against the threats but she has not accepted their support.

Senior ANC MP Makhosi Khoza is consulting with security experts on whether she should accept security support offered to her by parliament and police.

ANC MP Khoza ‘scared’ to accept security from parliament – report

ANC MP Khoza ‘scared’ to accept security from parliament – report

Last week, both parliament and police indicated that they would protect Khoza against the threats but she has not accepted their support.

Hashim Amla: The past can become a distraction

Hashim Amla: The past can become a distraction

The Proteas’ bearded star returns to The Oval, where he scored a record 311 in his previous visit. But that’s not on his mind this time.
Labour appeal court ruling effectively a ban on labour brokers – expert

Labour appeal court ruling effectively a ban on labour brokers – expert

Numsa is worried about compliance by employers, who may not want to be told their contract staff are suddenly permanent.
Malema forces his way onto UKZN after being blocked by security

Malema forces his way onto UKZN after being blocked by security

He said there was no policeman or security guard that would block EFF meetings.
Hitmen allegedly hired to kill Nelson Mandela Bay councillors

Hitmen allegedly hired to kill Nelson Mandela Bay councillors

The ANC in the region has slammed the DA coalition government for insinuating that ANC councillors are behind the threaths.
The new Mandela book could be worth thousands

The new Mandela book could be worth thousands

The new Mandela book might just be a collector’s item after all.
Super Rugby: Joel Stransky has ‘horrible feeling’ about the Lions

Super Rugby: Joel Stransky has ‘horrible feeling’ about the Lions

The former Springboks flyhalf believes Johannesburg’s Pride will pay a price for not playing New Zealand sides to date in 2017.

MiWay says it knows the individual behind the fake ‘racist’ email

The company came under fire last week after a snapshot of an email which referred to black people as ‘baboobs’ circulated on social media.

Rescuers find 13 bodies in crowded migrant dinghy off Libya

Rescuers coming to the aid of a dinghy packed with migrants off the coast of Libya said Tuesday they had discovered 13 bodies including those of pregnant women.

Mamoepa’s official memorial service to be held on Thursday

President Jacob Zuma declared a Special Provincial Official Funeral for Mamoepa who died in Pretoria on Saturday after suffering a stroke last month.

PIC warns of risk of further downgrades

Gigaba said the PIC had also warned that South Africa risked exclusion from the world government bond index.

Pretoria inner city development creating jobs, says mayor

The city’s partnership with City Property has seen the redevelopment of several buildings which have been let to ‘blue-chip national tenants’.

Kempton Park school given three months to amend controversial hair policy

About 11 black learners were chased off the school’s premises on Monday for having ‘unruly’ hair.

Sardine activity heads north

Many shoals of the little silver fish have been spotted around Umkomaas on Tuesday.

Hijackings, robberies on the rise at Gauteng petrol stations

A woman, her husband and two children were recently hijacked at gunpoint at a petrol station in Bryanston.

your life

Shaken, not replaced: Craig reportedly back as 007 in 2019

Daniel Craig, the British actor who once complained he’d rather slash his wrists than play James Bond a fifth time, is returning after all as 007, US media reported Tuesday.

Here are some of the best places in southern Africa to see stars in winter

Winter evenings in SA can be chilly, but if you spend all your time inside, you’ll miss out on one of winter’s attractions, namely the night sky.

Justin Bieber abruptly ends tour

Justin Bieber abruptly canceled the remainder of a world tour Monday, citing “unforeseen circumstances.”

Top soccer stars share their tips for the red carpet

Behind the game of soccer, learning tips and tricks on grooming and looking the part, even when they are not playing.

phakaaathi

Pirates sign Musa Myatama from Celtic

Orlando Pirates have reached an agreement with Bloemfontein Celtic for the services of Musa Nyatama.

Sundowns get cold feet due to hefty price tag on Coetzee

Ajax Cape Town’s asking price for wantaway defender Rivaldo Coetzee has left Mamelodi Sundowns looking elsewhere for a centre back.

Pirates to replace Jonevret before season starts

Orlando Pirates will have Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic as their new coach by the start of the season, a source close to the team has claimed. 

Carling Cup organisers talk of adding more PSL teams to beer cup

The organisers of the Carling Black Label Cup have not ruled out the possibility of adding other PSL clubs into the mix in future.

sport

Hashim Amla: The past can become a distraction

The Proteas’ bearded star returns to The Oval, where he scored a record 311 in his previous visit. But that’s not on his mind this time.

Super Rugby: Joel Stransky has ‘horrible feeling’ about the Lions

The former Springboks flyhalf believes Johannesburg’s Pride will pay a price for not playing New Zealand sides to date in 2017.

Cameron van der Burgh shatters own national record

It falls to old guard to ensure South Africa start making an impact at the World Aquatics Champs as Chad le Clos also soars.

Quota invitations fuel ASA selection drama even more

Three snubbed athletes crack the nod because the IAAF needs them but 14 appeals are rejected as ASA continue to cop flak for inconsistency.

business

MTN and Vodacom are convinced data costs have ‘fallen’

MTN and Vodacom say they have been reviewing their costs, and they do not seem to see anything wrong with them.

100 suspended, 12 resign, 7 dismissed from City of Joburg

The city says its investigations have covered allegations of corruption, theft of the city’s assets and hijacked buildings.

Fana Titi steps down as Kumba chairperson

Titi has been at the helm for five years.

Upton back at Group Five

Five Allan Gray nominees on new board.

world

Vatican switches off fountains as Italy battles drought

The historic fountains in Saint Peter’s Square at the Vatican lay empty Tuesday after the tiny city state turned them off as Italy struggles with a prolonged draught.

N. Korea official: ‘We don’t care’ about US travel ban

Washington’s ban on US citizens travelling to North Korea will have no effect on the country’s tourism industry and Pyongyang does not care about it “at all”, a senior development official insisted Tuesday.

Rescuers fear dozens trapped in Mumbai building collapse

Rescuers were frantically searching for up to 40 people feared trapped in a four-storey building that collapsed Tuesday in India’s financial capital of Mumbai, officials said.

France appeals for help in fighting Cote d’Azur fires

France asked for Europe’s help Tuesday in fighting wild fires that have consumed swathes of forest in the southeast, one of which is raging near the popular resort of Saint-Tropez.

opinion

Baleka will probably make the right decision, for all the wrong reasons

Her upcoming ruling on the secret ballot is not as simple a matter of ‘right and wrong’ as the opposition would make you think.

We salute Msimanga’s step against drugs

Beating drugs will be a long and difficult road, but Pretoria is taking the first steps along it.

The new Madiba book is disrespectful

It is wrong to profit from the suffering of someone else, even if that person’s life and death are huge matters of public interest?

Why we are all walking a different talk in SA

We have a tendency to still fixate on our superficial differences instead of noticing that we are meant to be in this together.
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