Is Zapiro a racist?

The Citizen’s cartoonists offer their view on whether Zapiro’s Shaun Abrahams monkey cartoon amounts to racism.

Neither Zapiro nor his cartoon are racist Themba Siwela, senior cartoonist

Is Zapiro a racist?

Is Zapiro a racist?

The Citizen’s cartoonists offer their view on whether Zapiro’s Shaun Abrahams monkey cartoon amounts to racism.

‘Nothing untoward about Guptas’ luggage’

‘Nothing untoward about Guptas’ luggage’

Malema claimed that the brothers smuggled billions of rands out of the country, bypassing Reserve Bank regulations.
1 700 SA names found in Panama Papers

1 700 SA names found in Panama Papers

The roles these South African residents played varied, from shareholder to beneficiary to director.
Jobless teen cleans up Hammanskraal

Jobless teen cleans up Hammanskraal

‘I have been getting denominations like R5 and R10 from motorists. I will just keep working.’

Josephs blasts Bafana over Klate omission

Moeneeb Josephs is utterly bemused as to how Bidvest Wits teammate Daine Klate has played so little for Bafana Bafana.

Pirates lead race for Mncwango’s signature

Orlando Pirates are leading Bidvest Wits in the race to sign Polokwane City forward Thobani Mncwango.

Arrested Vuwani teacher’s court application dismissed

The teacher is one of 21 people charged for burning schools in the troubled area.

Blow by blow: Mbombela United vs Highlands Park

Hello and welcome to the kaNyamazane Stadium where Mbombela United take on Highlands Park in a Promotion playoff match.

your life

Kanye West sued by Hungarian over song sample

A Hungarian artist is seeking more than $2.5 million from Kanye West, saying the rap superstar’s track “New Slaves” sampled his music without permission or royalties.

Is Liesl Laurie now with Jacaranda FM?

Word out there is that former Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie has bagged a job at Jacaranda FM.

Carol Tshabalala again hosts PSL Awards

The “First Lady of Sports” has been hosting this prestigious awards ceremony for more than a decade now.

J’Something aprons and chopping boards available soon

J’Something says the move came after requests from fans.

sport

Josephs blasts Bafana over Klate omission

Moeneeb Josephs is utterly bemused as to how Bidvest Wits teammate Daine Klate has played so little for Bafana Bafana.

Wits sign Rodgers and Zulu

Bidvest Wits have confirmed the signing of Eleazar Rodgers and Pentjie Zulu from Platinum Stars and Jomo Cosmos respectively.

Pirates lead race for Mncwango’s signature

Orlando Pirates are leading Bidvest Wits in the race to sign Polokwane City forward Thobani Mncwango.

Proteas gear up to take on Windies, Aussies

The last time the South African one day international were in action they managed to reel off a great escape when claiming a last-gasp 3-2 series win when hosting England in February.

business

Ascendis Health turns to Europe

The company delivers on its promises to diversify earnings to offshore markets through two acquisitions.

How fraudsters exploited Standard Bank in Japan

How credit card information is exploited and what you can do to protect your details.

Sarb hits Capitec, Deutsche Bank with R25million fine

Fines linked to weaknesses in detecting money laundering and terrorism financing.

Royal Dutch Shell says to axe further 2,200 jobs

Jobs are being axed at its operations in the North Sea off the coast of Scotland, as well as in Ireland and elsewhere.

world

Obama says G7 Hiroshima trip to honour ‘all’ war dead

Barack Obama’s historic visit to Hiroshima this week “will honour all those who were lost in World War II” the US president said Wednesday, hours after arriving in Japan for a Group of Seven summit.

Road collapses near Florence’s famed Ponte Vecchio bridge

Part of the embankment of the Arno river in Florence collapsed Wednesday, plunging parked cars into a crater and sparking an evacuation of buildings next to the city’s world-famous Ponte Vecchio bridge.

Young Vietnamese quiz Obama on rap, weed and good looks

Barack Obama fielded questions Wednesday on everything from rap and weed smoking to his good looks at a lively meeting with young Vietnamese, who see the US leader as a far cry from their staid Communist rulers.

‘Star Trek’ at 50: Boldly going on… and on

‘To be talking about the 50th anniversary is insane. I was born the same year that Star Trek was.’

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