Moyane kicks son’s girlfriend in face ‘like a ninja’ – report

The embattled suspended tax boss reportedly thought the 17-year-old was using witchcraft on him.

The Sunday Times reports that suspended SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane allegedly assaulted his 24-year-old son's 17-year-old girlfriend, who is the mother of Moyane's six-month-old grandson.

Moyane kicks son’s girlfriend in face ‘like a ninja’ – report

Moyane kicks son’s girlfriend in face ‘like a ninja’ – report

The embattled suspended tax boss reportedly thought the 17-year-old was using witchcraft on him.

France weighs how to return Africa’s plundered art

France weighs how to return Africa’s plundered art

From London to Berlin, Europe’s museums are packed with hundreds of thousands of colonial-era items.
Trump and Kim’s summit ‘moving along very nicely’

Trump and Kim’s summit ‘moving along very nicely’

The latest conciliatory declarations capped a turbulent few days of diplomatic brinkmanship on the Korean Peninsula that had sent tensions soaring.
I don’t talk about nonsense, says Caster after another fine win

I don’t talk about nonsense, says Caster after another fine win

South Africa’s queen of the track reacts angrily after media asks her why she hasn’t reacted to the IAAF’s controversial plan to control her hormones.
Salah’s World Cup participation in jeopardy

Salah’s World Cup participation in jeopardy

Egypt’s Mohamed Salah could be in danger of missing the World Cup, according to reports on Saturday.
Springboks pick a decent mix but captaincy still a mystery

Springboks pick a decent mix but captaincy still a mystery

New Bok coach Rassie Erasmus pretty much delivers on his promise of being reasonably bold in his selections.
Mabuza encourages youth to use technological opportunities to better SA

Mabuza encourages youth to use technological opportunities to better SA

Deputy President David Mabuza was speaking during the special provincial official funeral of legendary photographer Sam Nzima in Lilydale village, Mpumalanga.

Stormers philosophically accept Rhule’s game-changing red

Despite showing great character in staying within touching distance against the Lions, the Capetonians’ discipline cost them dearly.

Stormers see red as streetwise Lions squeeze home at Newlands

Swys de Bruin’s men’s fine comeback had some gloss taken off it by Raymond Rhule’s sending off.

10-year jail sentence for KZN rock thrower

The rock thrower is reportedly responsible for at least three incidents in KwaZulu-Natal.

Man hit by train in Bloemfontein

The man was killed after he was hit by a train this afternoon.

WATCH: Trucker gains an unknown passenger on the way to Mpumalanga

Viewer discretion advised as video contains strong language.

Red carded Brumbies stun Bulls with one man less

John Mitchell will not be happy with a performance characterised by poor defence and soft moments.

Pair of Japanese premium melons sell for record R30k

A single pair of premium melons on Saturday fetched a record 3.2 million yen ($29,300) at auction in Japan, where the fruit is regarded as a status symbol.

Fighting taxi owners to resume talks in Ekurhuleni

The fight is between the Brakpan Taxi Association members and illegal taxi operators operating on Johannesburg, Benoni and Germiston routes.

lifestyle

Kleine Zalze wines go from cellar to stellar

While heaps of medals and accolades are gratifying, the team at Kleine Zalze says their focus remains on producing high-quality and affordable wines.

Recipe: Sticky, saucy ribs

Be sure to make a little extra of these rocking ribs – you’ll need it!

The celebrity guide to using fashion to look slimmer

Vertical lines are a girl’s best friend when it comes to fashion. The long lines make you look tall and slim.

Depression could make your brain age faster

Those with depression may be at a greater risk of cognitive decline later in life.

phakaaathi

Ronaldo’s future casts cloud over Real’s historic treble

Cristiano Ronaldo cast a shadow over Real Madrid’s third consecutive Champions League triumph by suggesting he could have played his last game for the Spanish giants in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Liverpool in Kiev.

Ace Ncobo withdraws from running for Safa presidency

Former referee Ace Ncobo has withdrawn his candidacy for Safa presidency.

Leopards could book Premiership spot with win tonight

Black Leopards trained at night this week as coach Joel Masutha wanted to get the players ready to play under the lights ahead of their National First Division play-offs match where they meet Platinum Stars at Moruleng Stadium tonight.

Mashaba and Masinga run for safa position

Former Bafana Bafana internationals Philemon Masinga and Ephraim Mashaba are competing for the ten positions in Safa’s (South African Football Association) national executive.

sport

Stormers philosophically accept Rhule’s game-changing red

Despite showing great character in staying within touching distance against the Lions, the Capetonians’ discipline cost them dearly.

I don’t talk about nonsense, says Caster after another fine win

South Africa’s queen of the track reacts angrily after media asks her why she hasn’t reacted to the IAAF’s controversial plan to control her hormones.

Springboks pick a decent mix but captaincy still a mystery

New Bok coach Rassie Erasmus pretty much delivers on his promise of being reasonably bold in his selections.

Stormers see red as streetwise Lions squeeze home at Newlands

Swys de Bruin’s men’s fine comeback had some gloss taken off it by Raymond Rhule’s sending off.

business

Airbnb: What you need to know about ‘airing’ your property

Top tips on how to make your property Airbnb-ready.

DA to propose legislation to make SA more financially responsible

The party’s Fiscal Responsibility Bill aims to restore ‘investment grade’ ratings for SA.

Overtaxed on retrenchment: get your overpaid taxes back

Retrenched employees need every cent they can get and chances are they’ve paid too much in tax.

National Treasury aims to restore SA’s investment grade rating

In support of inclusive growth, underpinned by the National Development Plan promising progress has been achieved.

world

Pair of Japanese premium melons sell for record R30k

A single pair of premium melons on Saturday fetched a record 3.2 million yen ($29,300) at auction in Japan, where the fruit is regarded as a status symbol.

Korean leaders meet after Trump threatens to quit Kim summit

Saturday’s meeting is only the fourth time serving leaders of the two Koreas, who remain technically at war, have ever met.

Russian police arrest man who vandalised Ivan the Terrible painting

The man used a metal pole to break the glass covering Repin’s world famous painting of the 16th century Russian tsar.

Weinstein charged with rape, sex crime in New York

Weinstein’s career went down in flames in October over sexual assault allegations.

opinion

Let probe precede judgment in Ashwin Willemse saga

Many people – most divided along race lines – have already reached their conclusions, despite the lack of evidence about what really happened.

Jaundiced Eye: AG report reflects a local that isn’t ‘lekker’

A lack of decisive leadership and no consequences for corruption and incompetence have brought municipalities to the brink of collapse.

Can Saru’s Mark Alexander cough up, please?

I personally pledge R2 000 towards baseball player Tapiwa Nyamayawo’s travel fund, and challenge Saru president Mark Alexander to match it.

Orchids and Onions: Kia knows just how to turn my love for driving on

And I call bullshit on all of digital advertising’s voodoo science around ‘interactions’ and ‘reach’… anyone putting out that garbage gets an Onion.