After being impressed by his FNB Stadium replica, stadium management has offered to pay for the rest of Nego’s education.
The union was implicated after allegations that a former Popcru general secretary and department officials were paid a R1 million bribe every month from 2007. 
The party says it checked the Register of Members’ Interests and found that the minister had not declared any of the alleged gifts.
Output increase is nominal but it does feel crisper.
His lawyer, Raphael Chich, said he was free to go because no lawsuits were filed against him for the alleged incident.
The Proteas all-rounder’s international career has had its fair share of good fortune. But he’s earned it.
According to reports, the exact reasons for the provisional withdrawal are unknown at this stage.
In the wake of a weekend report claiming Pakisi wants to change his testimony, he now says it was forced out of him.
There should be full disclosure about the work Andile Ramaphosa performed for Bosasa, how much he was paid, and whether that was reasonable.
Mnangagwa expressed his gratitude to the majority of Zimbabweans who he said had resisted the opposition’s ‘hooliganism’.
And it’s just beginning, with many expected to apply to cross-examine him.
Police are currently searching for two suspects who gunned down a man outside a Fordsburg mosque on Tuesday afternoon.
The presidency believes that the country is in a stronger position now than it was last year.
His spokesperson says the president is being very honest and upfront about the realities of the past nine years.

PSL News Highlands Park turns down R10m for Mvala

Coach Owen Da Gama says his 24-year-old striker is worth more than R10-million which was put on the table by a club he refused to name.

Africa Foreign nationals deported from Uganda after ‘compromising national security’ 

Ugandan immigration officers and security agencies say the two foreigners worked for MTN Uganda.

Motorsport Toyota’s perseverance pays off

Hall finally ticks the box as proudly SA team breaks Mini, Peugeot dominance.

Crime Vandals destroy grave on Krugersdorp farm

The grave in question belonged to a woman who was born in 1907 and died in 1974.

PSL News Mphahlele boost for Chiefs

Ramahlwe Mphahlele is working on returning to action for Kaizer Chiefs as he has been playing in the Amakhosi reserves to build up his match fitness.

Mgosi Chippa show interest in former Pirates midfielder

Chippa United are on the verge of signing former Orlando Pirates midfielder Sifiso Myeni, who has been out of the game for over a year after he was released by Bidvest Wits last season

Crime Police probe gate theft at Free State church

The Riebeeckstad Methodist church’s gate was stolen last week.

Editorials SA will just have to bear the Zim consequences

If democracy and free and fair elections in that nation were supported, SA probably wouldn’t have to deal now with millions of refugees.

A history best left unwritten

Columns A history best left unwritten

Bodies of drowned South Africans to return home

Africa Bodies of drowned South Africans to return home

Serena to ‘keep soldiering on’ in search of 24th Slam

World Tennis Serena to ‘keep soldiering on’ in search of 24th Slam

DA to visit Zimbabwe border post to see if SA can handle the influx

South Africa DA to visit Zimbabwe border post to see if SA can handle the influx

Do go for the Datsun Go

Road tests Do go for the Datsun Go

Diverse Passion for Speed

Motorsport Diverse Passion for Speed

Pollard still pulls strings, even if he’s not skipper anymore

Super Rugby Pollard still pulls strings, even if he’s not skipper anymore

Worms and water problems leave Witbank residents fuming

Environment Worms and water problems leave Witbank residents fuming

One police officer dead after vehicles collide

Accidents One police officer dead after vehicles collide

First release activists, then we’ll talk, opposition tells Mnangagwa

Africa First release activists, then we’ll talk, opposition tells Mnangagwa

Serena dumped as Pliskova reaches Open semis

World Tennis Serena dumped as Pliskova reaches Open semis

Rampaging bull Nadal stands in Greek’s path to the gods

World Sport Rampaging bull Nadal stands in Greek’s path to the gods

EFF at UJ wins court battle against Sasco

Courts EFF at UJ wins court battle against Sasco

Pretoria developer gets interdict against aggressive jobseekers

Courts Pretoria developer gets interdict against aggressive jobseekers

After a month of shutdown, US federal workers turn to food banks

World After a month of shutdown, US federal workers turn to food banks

Bolt hanging up boots on football dream

world soccer Bolt hanging up boots on football dream

lifestyle

5 useless gadgets on show at CES 2019

Choosing the best on show is a popular pastime, but the worst gadgets also deserve their moment of infamy.

People who swear are highly intelligent, contrary to common belief

Psychologists say that people who tend to swear a lot are more at ease with expressing themselves.

5 marathons off the beaten path for 2019

Signing up for a marathon with a difference this year could give you an extra boost of motivation.

WATCH: Celebs crushing on other celebs

We can expect more of this love to go around thanks to Oscar fever.

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Highlands Park turns down R10m for Mvala

Coach Owen Da Gama says his 24-year-old striker is worth more than R10-million which was put on the table by a club he refused to name.

Mphahlele boost for Chiefs

Ramahlwe Mphahlele is working on returning to action for Kaizer Chiefs as he has been playing in the Amakhosi reserves to build up his match fitness.

Chippa show interest in former Pirates midfielder

Chippa United are on the verge of signing former Orlando Pirates midfielder Sifiso Myeni, who has been out of the game for over a year after he was released by Bidvest Wits last season

Alonso urges Chelsea to hit back in Spurs showdown

Marcos Alonso has challenged his Chelsea team-mates to prove they are motivated to arrest their alarming slide in Thursday’s League Cup semi-final showdown against Tottenham.

sport

Andile Phehlukwayo: ‘Lucky’ actually ain’t all that lucky

The Proteas all-rounder’s international career has had its fair share of good fortune. But he’s earned it.

Pollard still pulls strings, even if he’s not skipper anymore

The Bulls and Springbok pivot is anyway part of a bigger leadership group under Pote Human.

Pakistan skipper possibly in trouble for alleged racist Phehlukwayo chirp

Sarfraz Ahmed, speaking Urdu, was caught on the stump microphone, and the literal translation is not flattering…

Serena dumped as Pliskova reaches Open semis

The 26-year-old survived four match points in a rollercoaster third set that Williams led 5-1 before collapsing to defeat in two hours 10 minutes.

business

Jet-setting Davos elite frets about climate

A die-hard environmentalist and head of a polluting company walk into a conference centre…

10 years after crisis, bank CEO pay swells again

Ten years after Wall Street recklessness helped lead to the Great Recession, compensation for top bank CEOs is soaring even as pay flattens at junior levels.

US video game industry scored $43.4 bn record sales in 2018

From “Fortnite” to “Pokemon Go,” play in the US drove video-game industry revenue to a record-setting $43.4 billion last year, according to data released Tuesday.

SA pursuing policy of economic diplomacy to attract investment

The department of international relations and co-operation has adopted a new angle to its diplomacy.

world

Venezuela accuses US of ordering coup, seeks ‘revision’ of ties

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday accused Washington of ordering a coup against his government and called for a “total revision” of ties with the US.

Indonesia reviewing early release for Bali bombing-linked cleric

Plans to free a radical cleric linked to the deadly Bali bombings are under review, Indonesia has said, after the surprise decision drew sharp criticism.

‘Indiana Jones of art’ finds stolen Spanish carvings in English garden

A Dutch art detective has returned two priceless stone reliefs stolen from an ancient Spanish church after tracing them to an English nobleman’s garden where they were displayed as ornaments.

Zimbabwe court rules against internet shutdown

‘It has become very clear that the minister had no authority to make that directive,’ judge Owen Tagu said.

opinion

SA will just have to bear the Zim consequences

If democracy and free and fair elections in that nation were supported, SA probably wouldn’t have to deal now with millions of refugees.

Corruption reigns from SA’s head to tail

It seems that ANC officials – even at a fairly low level – are not shy in viewing community assets as their own.

Ramaphosa should clear the air of the Bosasa stench

There should be full disclosure about the work Andile Ramaphosa performed for Bosasa, how much he was paid, and whether that was reasonable.

A history best left unwritten

The job of separating the wheat from the chaff will prove daunting. See, in our history there’s more chaff than wheat.

 

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