We regard reappointment of Molefe as illegal, public enterprises committee tells Eskom

MPs have told Eskom to clean its house, recommending a parliamentary committee inquiry and forensic audit.

The portfolio committee on finance has told Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and Eskom chairperson Dr Ben Ngubane that it is extremely concerned with the "breakdown of corporate governance" at the power utility.

We regard reappointment of Molefe as illegal, public enterprises committee tells Eskom

We regard reappointment of Molefe as illegal, public enterprises committee tells Eskom

MPs have told Eskom to clean its house, recommending a parliamentary committee inquiry and forensic audit.

Britain raises terror threat level after concert carnage

Britain raises terror threat level after concert carnage

May said the national terror threat level was being raised from severe to critical, which means another attack is expected “imminently”.
WATCH: Minister Shabangu says Karabo Mokoena was ‘weak’

WATCH: Minister Shabangu says Karabo Mokoena was ‘weak’

Though she may have appeared to be strong on the outside, Karabo was ‘weak’, hence she became a victim of abuse, claims the minister.
Gangsters, corrupt police officers threaten national security – police minister

Gangsters, corrupt police officers threaten national security – police minister

Mbalula also declared that no woman reporting abuse should be turned away from a police station.
Karabo Mokoena’s mom: I said to her, ‘Sandile is going to kill you’

Karabo Mokoena’s mom: I said to her, ‘Sandile is going to kill you’

Her mother says she tried several times to convince Karabo to leave Mantsoe, who had been physically abusing her.
Trollip says Holomisa has ‘blind spot’ for Bobani

Trollip says Holomisa has ‘blind spot’ for Bobani

Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane had earlier condemned Bobani’s behaviour.
The hits and misses of the Springbok squad

The hits and misses of the Springbok squad

National coach Allister Coetzee made some good calls with his latest group but there are still a few picks that makes one scratch the head.

Time to redefine ourselves as Africans – Mthethwa

‘First and foremost, we are sons and daughters of this soil.’

Lawyer of pastor charged with human trafficking grasps at immigration staff loopholes

The matter was postponed to June 9 for judgment on the bail application.

Food poisoning suspected to be cause of three female initiates’ deaths

13 other initiates were taken to the Philadelphia Hospital where they were treated for the same suspected condition.

NUM to begin wage negotiations with Kumba Iron Ore

Kumba is one of the biggest iron ore producers in the country.

Alternative measures in place at Port Shepstone Hospital after fire

The department said elective eye operations will be done at Murchison Hospital.

Themba Mosai appointed new Group Five CEO

Mosai has been with Group Five for over 13 years.

Unknown man found dead next to road near Pretoria

Police believe the man to be in his early 30s.

your life

Musical feast at Durban’s beachfront festival

The festival will take place on Durban’s promenade, with two stages, a cultural area, food carts and stalls, craft beer bars, local traders and interactive installations and art exhibits.

Bill Gates: Trevor Noah’s comedy transcends borders

The billionaire says Noah inherited his skill of comedy from his mother, who he has hailed as a ‘hero’.

Kenny Kunene and Loyiso Gola lock horns over naked Zille painting

If you thought marriage had softened up the sushi king, you were wrong, as he still has the most savage responses to trolls on social media.

4 new wearable tech products for 2017

From smartwatches to fitness trackers, the major players in the market have graced us with new releases in recent months.

phakaaathi

SuperSport too strong for Mounana

SuperSport United increased their chances of qualifying for the Knockout stage of the Caf Confederation Cup after a 5-3 Group D victory away to Gabonese side Mounana at the Stade d’Angondje on Tuesday evening.

Manchester victims in United’s ‘minds and hearts’ – Mourinho

Jose Mourinho said the victims of a deadly suicide bomb attack in Manchester were in the “minds and hearts” of his squad as United prepare for Wednesday’s Europa League final against Ajax in Stockholm.

Ex-Barcelona president arrested in money laundering probe

Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell was arrested on Tuesday in a money laundering investigation related to image rights in the Brazilian national football team, a police spokesman told AFP.

Swallows leave Dikwena seeing Stars

A four-goal haul from Mbabane Swallows striker Sabelo Ndzinisa fired the Swaziland team to a 4-2 CAF Confederation Cup Group B victory over Platinum Stars at the Somhlolo National Stadium on Tuesday.

sport

The hits and misses of the Springbok squad

National coach Allister Coetzee made some good calls with his latest group but there are still a few picks that makes one scratch the head.

Warren Whiteley was the ‘logical choice’, says Allister Coetzee

The Springbok coach reveals he had ‘made up his mind long ago’ over a man ‘who brings the best out of people’.

Proteas ‘comfortable’ to stay in terror-struck UK

Team management have been briefed on the latest developments and security has been beefed up before Wednesday’s first ODI.

Warren Whiteley named Springbok captain

National coach Allister Coetzee wins one PR war by installing the popular Lions skipper as 8 new caps are named.

business

NUM to begin wage negotiations with Kumba Iron Ore

Kumba is one of the biggest iron ore producers in the country.

Themba Mosai appointed new Group Five CEO

Mosai has been with Group Five for over 13 years.

Gigaba punts financial sector reform

He said the committees found that the financial sector needed reinvigorating.

We regard reappointment of Molefe as illegal, public enterprises committee tells Eskom

MPs have told Eskom to clean its house, recommending a parliamentary committee inquiry and forensic audit.

world

Britain raises terror threat level after concert carnage

May said the national terror threat level was being raised from severe to critical, which means another attack is expected “imminently”.

Pope Francis saddened by ‘barbaric’ Manchester attack

‘Pope Francis invokes God’s blessings of peace, healing and strength upon the nation.’

Deadly attacks in Europe since 2015

Here are some of the major attacks in Europe over the past two years:

Trump wants Mideast peace ‘compromise’ but says won’t be easy

In what may concern peace advocates, he did not specifically mention the two-state solution, long the focus of international efforts and US Middle East diplomacy.

opinion

Is SA industry doomed?

I believe that SA should use its mineral treasures to produce goods of high value rather than exporting them raw.

Jeff Radebe should know better

In a situation as toxic as ours towards women, it needs to be pointed out when a man in a position of power uses his position to take advantage of women.

KZN community leads the way in looking past race

The Zwathi community has protested the violent deaths of two white farmers gunned down in a rain of AK47 gunfire.

We don’t need an even more powerful Zuma

The ANC launched an initiative to hand even greater powers to the presidency.

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