Moyane, Gordhan told to ‘stop behaving like children’

Sars commissioner Tom Moyane accused Gordhan of treating him ‘like a little boy’ and appealed to Zuma to intervene.

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane “should stop behaving like children” and put their differences aside for the sake of South Africans of which they serve, political analysts have said.

Moyane, Gordhan told to ‘stop behaving like children’

Moyane, Gordhan told to ‘stop behaving like children’

Sars commissioner Tom Moyane accused Gordhan of treating him ‘like a little boy’ and appealed to Zuma to intervene.

Awkward: Faith Muthambi causes a bit of  a stir at the Metro FM awards

Awkward: Faith Muthambi causes a bit of a stir at the Metro FM awards

It was a very awkward moment when legendary singers Caiphus Semenya and Letta Mbulu were honoured at the Metro FM awards.
Enterprising Stormers claim deserved derby win

Enterprising Stormers claim deserved derby win

Siya Kolisi wins the battle of the captains as he spearheads the Capetonians’ win as rusty Handre Pollard slumps for the Bulls.
Amanda Black gets her first award and Twitter goes crazy

Amanda Black gets her first award and Twitter goes crazy

The afro soul singer won her first award, sending Twitter into a tizz.
Fashion and glamour galore as celebs get ready for #MMA2016

Fashion and glamour galore as celebs get ready for #MMA2016

The who is who of the entertainment industry has descended on Durban to witness one of the entertainment industry’s top music events.
Bonginkosi Madikizela elected acting Western Cape DA leader

Bonginkosi Madikizela elected acting Western Cape DA leader

The council meeting was attended by delegates elected in terms of the DA Western Cape constitution to represent DA structures from across the Western Cape
WATCH VIDEO: Hijacking in Moreleta Park

WATCH VIDEO: Hijacking in Moreleta Park

The hijacking took place at the Parkview Shopping Centre.

Did Kelly Khumalo forget to wear underwear at the Metros?

Twitter is really not impressed with the Asine hit maker’s dress.

Man kills ex-business partner; then himself

It is not yet known what might have triggered the incident.

Buffett tackles Trump in defending value of immigrants

Buffett steered clear of any mention of Republican President Donald Trump.

Syria vows ‘retaliation’ as attack jolts peace talks

Terrorist attacks targeted at Homs were a clear message from the sponsors of terrorism to Geneva.

Employee shot dead, R6-million worth of nickel stolen in business robbery

After entry was gained all the employees present at that stage were tied up with shoelaces.

Three arrested for dealing in dagga

All suspects alleged to had bought the dagga from Swaziland and were heading to Cape Town for business.

Evil muthi gang prey on shoppers

Shoppers are warned to be vigilant around crowded places.

your life

Did Kelly Khumalo forget to wear underwear at the Metros?

Twitter is really not impressed with the Asine hit maker’s dress.

Kenny Kunene is getting married!

It’s a double blessing for the couple, as they are expecting their first child together.

Ultra South Africa back with a bang

Ultra SA also unveiled a new home for its Cape Town chapter, which will be the Cape Town Stadium.

Khanyi Mbau goes nude in new photoshoot

She has even posted a video of the photoshoot, and it’s all sorts of amazing.

phakaaathi

Ajax and Chiefs cancel each other out in the Cape

Kaizer Chiefs’ winning run was ended, but they managed to come away a point after earning a 1-1 Premiership draw with Ajax Cape Town at the Athlone Stadium on Saturday night.

Supersport pip Highlands in Tembisa

Supersport United took their unbeaten league run to 17 matches as they outplayed relegation-haunted Highlands Park 1-0 in an Absa Premiership match played at the Makhulong Stadium in Tembisa, on Saturday evening.

Kekana, Vila strike Downs closer to the summit

Mamelodi Sundowns edged league rivals Bidvest Wits 2-0 in an end-to-end Absa Premiership clash at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Saturday evening.

Blow by blow: Ajax CT vs Kaizer Chiefs

Steve Komphela’s side have enjoyed a good run of form which has seen them enter the fray as title contenders following their two wins before Christmas in addition to their three victories in the new year.

sport

Brave but limited Kings fall short against Jaguares

South Africa’s Super Rugby lightweights will be competitive in 2017 but they probably still won’t win many games.

Lions scrape through against Cheetahs in low quality scramble

It was an ugly, wayward cat fight as Johan Ackermann’s troops eventually subdue a valiant home side in Bloemfontein.

Rain wreaks havoc as Joburg Open has to be shortened

For the first time in its history, the tournament will have to be shortened to a 54-hole event as the course is drenched.

AB de Villiers and his ruthless bowlers whack New Zealand

The Proteas skipper can do no wrong as he plays a vital innings and manages a potent bowling attack perfectly to guide them to a big win.

business

Zuma wants land to be taken without compensation – report

Analysts believe the ANC is copying the EFF in a bid to stem loss of support ahead of the next general elections.

Discovery takes action to lessen Brexit impact

Group changes UK life insurance product mix, ups some prices by as much as 70%.

Absa prepares for amicable divorce

As it plans for life without Barclays.

What Gordhan’s 2017 Budget means for ordinary citizens

Gordhan wants an extra R28 billion this year to fill the coffers, with the aim of spending R1.56 trillion in 2017/18.

world

Buffett tackles Trump in defending value of immigrants

Buffett steered clear of any mention of Republican President Donald Trump.

Syria vows ‘retaliation’ as attack jolts peace talks

Terrorist attacks targeted at Homs were a clear message from the sponsors of terrorism to Geneva.

Mugabe talks of own death at 93rd birthday party

School going children were told their classrooms have been turned into boarding facilities, and were frogmarched to join the birthday party.

Syria talks challenged as suicide blasts kill dozens

Despite the setbacks on the ground, the HNC still insists that Assad leave power.

opinion

Pravin Gordhan’s speech was just a series of dykes

While dykes can provide much needed respite, the failure on any one may mean the swamping of all who shelter behind them.

Local rugby must give fans something to smile about

South African rugby did not enjoy a good 2016.

Kepler should’ve spoken up earlier on the Cronje match-fixing saga

Ever since the Cronje match-fixing scandal, South African cricket has had to carry the heavy burden of the past.

The key to fitting in is to respect your hosts’ superstitions

If it’s superstitions you’re looking for, then South Korea has them in abundance.

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