‘Occupy Absa’ is a Gupta campaign – Malema

The EFF leader says his party will ‘deal with Absa’ later, but for now it will not become part of a campaign intended to distract from the Guptas’ alleged state capture.

Leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema confirmed on Monday afternoon that his party would not participate in the "Occupy Absa" initiative.

‘Occupy Absa’ is a Gupta campaign – Malema

‘Occupy Absa’ is a Gupta campaign – Malema

The EFF leader says his party will ‘deal with Absa’ later, but for now it will not become part of a campaign intended to distract from the Guptas’ alleged state capture.

Maimane’s Israel trip exposed DA’s ‘apartheid mentality’, says Malema

Maimane’s Israel trip exposed DA’s ‘apartheid mentality’, says Malema

The EFF believes the DA showed tacit support for Israel’s ‘apartheid practices’ when Mmusi Maimane paid the region a visit this month.
Business owner charged R1.6m on prepaid account

Business owner charged R1.6m on prepaid account

Pierre Sanan, 74, is at loggerheads with the City of Joburg over electricity billing – which varies from zero rand to R1.6m.
Proteas complain about ‘disappointing’ Wanderers pitch

Proteas complain about ‘disappointing’ Wanderers pitch

Farhaan Behardien annoyed over dry surface with low bounce that played right into Sri Lanka’s hands as they kept the T20 series alive.
‘Grandpa’ Mugabe must let go, says Malema

‘Grandpa’ Mugabe must let go, says Malema

The EFF says ‘out of love’ that Zimbabwe’s leader is so old ‘he can’t even control a spade’.
The sermon was not only for gay people, says Grace Bible Church

The sermon was not only for gay people, says Grace Bible Church

The church says the guest pastor’s whole sermon was ‘very provocative’ towards everyone, not just homosexuals.
Serena Williams recalls ‘fairytale’ moment she met fiance

Serena Williams recalls ‘fairytale’ moment she met fiance

Superstar reveals her first encounter with tech guru Alexis Ohanian was by accident, in a place no more appropriate than Rome.

Multimillion-rand police precinct opens in Zonkizizwe

A member of the community on the East Rand said the new police precinct would mean they did not have to walk long distances to get help.

Fake police captain demands reward for solving nonexistent case

The constable and the fake police captain claimed a case was opened at Tonga Police Station.

Metro cop shot in the face

The officer’s colleague returned fire, but the suspects managed to escape.

Thuli finally takes a breather, heads to Harvard University

For the next year, our former public protector will be based in Harvard University in Boston, US.

Nathi’s remains are found this week on ‘Uzalo’

Watch ‘Uzalo’ this week as more secrets come out.

Mauritius gets new PM, opposition demands new election

Mauritius is a model of political stability in Africa, however the handover has created a turbulence on the Indian Ocean island.

Dad accused of raping daughters, impregnating niece goes on trial

The children and the accused’s wife have been taken to a place of safety with the assistance of witness-protection services.

Dolly to join Montpellier today

News coming out of France is that Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly will complete his move to Ligue 1 side Montpellier HSC today.

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Nathi’s remains are found this week on ‘Uzalo’

Watch ‘Uzalo’ this week as more secrets come out.

Somizi storms out of Grace Bible Church over homosexuality remarks

The choreographer has asked pastors to come out and tell people if homosexuals are not welcome in their churches.

Singenaphi? Twitter asks Da Les after all white party shutdown

Twitter went in on rapper Da Les’ announcement that his party was postponed to February after metro police cancelled it for not having a permit.

Bonang still laughs at ‘unfortunate situation’ between her, AKA, DJ Zinhle

Speaking out about the drama-filled love triangle which saw her, AKA and DJ Zinhle hog headlines for much of 2015, Bonang has finally dished some details on her side of the story.

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Toure still missing, Gebaye released – Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs are still in the dark about the whereabouts of a player who went missing after he was released from the team’s camp as his trial period had come to an end.

Chippa United trio move to Pirates

Defenders Marc van Heerden and James Okwuosa have joined Orlando Pirates from Chippa United.

Renard and Morocco hoping to dump out Ivory Coast

Having guided the Ivory Coast to glory at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, Herve Renard is now hoping to end his former side’s defence of the trophy when they face his Morocco team on Tuesday.

Katsande disappointed by Zimbabwe’s Afcon performance

Zimbabwe captain Willard Katsande is disappointed by his country’s performance at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon.

sport

Just when rugby needs wise heads, Boks miss out on Brendan Venter

The former Springbok centre, known as one of the keenest thinkers in rugby, joins Italy on a full-time basis.

Rosko Specman: Don’t judge rugby players who just focus on sevens

The versatile Blitzboks stalwart is more than happy to just play in rugby’s shorter format and isn’t worried about a “lack of ambition”.

Further woe for Sri Lanka as captain Angelo Mathews flies home

The Islanders’ skipper injured his ankle during the weekend’s tight win over the Proteas in the T20 at the Wanderers.

Beleaguered Allister Coetzee faces an anxious wait over his fate

Saru’s executive council meets on Monday to discuss the long-term future of the embattled Springbok coach … and anything seems possible.

business

‘Right price’ for a second-hand car

Tips to buy or sell a ‘nearly new’ car.

SA wines showcased at WEF 2017 in Davos

Growth in contribution to the GDP had been at least 10 percent a year since 2003.

Mozambique Eurobond default heralds lengthy uncertainty, says Fitch

The troubled country has skipped a US$59.8 million payment in interest on a sovereign Eurobond.

world

Dozens evacuated after WWII bomb found near Hong Kong campus

The bomb was to be detonated on site Monday evening and treated with an ‘abrasive water-cutting system’, a bomb disposal expert told reporters.

Mauritius gets new PM, opposition demands new election

Mauritius is a model of political stability in Africa, however the handover has created a turbulence on the Indian Ocean island.

SA photojournalist abducted in Syria is alive, says aid group

Mohamed was abducted near a medical facility operated by Gift of the Givers in Syria.

Border tensions between Mozambique and Zimbabwe over cattle thefts

A week ago, Mozambican soldiers allegedly crossed into Zimbabwe and stole more than 50 cattle from Zimbabwean families.

opinion

Davos: the rich are worried

If more than half the workforce ends up unemployed, their anger could sweep away the world of the rich. Hence the consideration of a ‘universal basic income’.

No end in sight for Gupta bank saga

The first question that surely must come to the fore is that the timing of this is an attempt to stonewall the minister’s court application.

No AB magic cuts deep

Deciding when is the right time to retire to focus on family life is always tricky for a sportsman. De Villiers’ quality is not in question.
 

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