Malema, EFF to lose furniture, computers to AfriForum

The EFF was unable to stop a pending public auction of their assets after the sheriff attached office equipment.

Two separate judges of the High Court in Pretoria this morning granted two further costs orders against Julius Malema and the EFF in favour of rights group AfriForum and ruled that their bid to stop their assets from being sold at a public auction in favour of AfriForum was not urgent.

Malema, EFF to lose furniture, computers to AfriForum

Malema, EFF to lose furniture, computers to AfriForum

The EFF was unable to stop a pending public auction of their assets after the sheriff attached office equipment.

No hope for African stability without investment, growth – Ramaphosa to EU

No hope for African stability without investment, growth – Ramaphosa to EU

South Africa is the only African country, and one of ten countries globally, that has a strategic partnership with the European Union.
Msimanga follows Mashaba’s ‘no nonsense’ approach on informal traders

Msimanga follows Mashaba’s ‘no nonsense’ approach on informal traders

Msimanga closed down two informal traders. One of the traders did not have identity documentation and the other did not have a license.
Bonang Matheba’s tax fraud case postponed once again

Bonang Matheba’s tax fraud case postponed once again

Her legal team claim they need more time to finalize their representations.
Public enterprises dept checks Transnet’s R1.5bn Chinese loan

Public enterprises dept checks Transnet’s R1.5bn Chinese loan

MPs want to know if the Chinese Development Bank could seize Transnet’s assets, should the latter default on payments.
Duduzane Zuma aggrieved by Zondo commission mix-up

Duduzane Zuma aggrieved by Zondo commission mix-up

Zuma lodged a formal complaint after he took a trip back home for nothing thinking he’d get his chance to cross-examine Jonas.
Barbara Hogan recounts encounters with Guptas

Barbara Hogan recounts encounters with Guptas

Hogan and Ahmed Kathrada, her late husband, never actually met the brothers, but were at two events where some of them were present.

Counterfeit goods of R10m seized from truck outside Worcester

Inspections revealed 1,500 pairs of Lacoste takkies, 2,200 pairs Nike takkies, 1,936 Adidas T-shirts and 96 pairs of John Foster shoes.

NUM to march against Eskom privatisation, retrenchments

If municipalities were to pay their outstanding debt, Eskom would have reported positive profits of at least R10 billion, the union maintains.

Two security guards killed on construction site in Cape Town

City workers and contractors are allegedly being targeted by criminals all over Cape Town, which hampers effective service delivery.

Metrorail restores train service in Soweto after cable theft

Metrorail says normal train service has been restored on the Naledi, New Canada and Karzene corridor, its key operational areas in Soweto.

Hawks seize drugs valued at R8.9m in Somerset West

The team acted on a tip-off and found heroin, tik and mandrax, as well as a handgun. A vehicle belonging to the suspect was also seized.

AB Xuma teachers ‘told me not to tell my mother after rape’

Scholar patroller Johannes Molefe has pleaded not guilty to all charges, included the rape of three children and sexual assault of 11 children.

1,515 smart card IDs and 563 green ID books uncollected at Alberton home affairs

The problem is a clear example of a bigger national concern.

Twenty-five separatists killed in Cameroon

The government has launched a brutal crackdown on radicals, who have attacked troops and torched schools and other buildings.

lifestyle

Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and T.I. to judge Netflix hip hop reality show

The three hip hop stars will be joined by guest judges over the course of the ten episodes of the show.

After 12 years, Twitter’s edit button may finally become a reality

As of right now, there is still no official word on when an edit button will come to be.

Final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ to air in April 2019

This will be the shortest season of the award-winning series, with only six episodes.

King of Pop tribute returns to the stage

With sellout shows in SA, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and the US, this is a show not to be missed.

phakaaathi

PSG draw Orleans in League Cup draw

Paris Saint-Germain were drawn with second-division outfit Orleans in the last 16 as they look towards a sixth consecutive French League Cup trophy.

Malesela linked with Stars’ head coach job

Word is that the Stars are thinking of roping Malesela to change the club’s fortunes.

Another TV blackout for Bafana as Safa/SABC talks stall

Bafana Bafana’s Afcon qualifier against Nigeria will not be broadcasted by the SABC as broadcast rights talks between the public broadcaster and Safa hit another snag.

Chiefs legend unhappy with Amakhosi’s inconsistency

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Marks Maponyane is concerned with Amakhosi’s inconsistency as they get ready to play in the Caf Confederation Cup.

sport

AB’s spiritual successor isn’t coming home

Even though this talented left-hander is back in South Africa to play in the Mzansi Super League…

Proteas cruise in T20 warm-up match

South Africa’s top-order blasts quick runs before Chris Morris and Tabraiz Shamsi make decent returns with the ball.

Scots are no one-trick ponies, warns Bok forwards guru

Matt Proudfoot, himself a former Scottish international, believes South Africa shouldn’t be fooled by the perception that their weekend opponents only play running rugby.

Life is clearly more than just tennis for Kevin Anderson

South Africa’s kingpin’s form on the court is red-hot, but he’s using his London adventure for initiatives outside of the sport.

business

Beer companies launch alcohol-free snack

Castle Lager Better Bites is available for purchase at five tavern outlets in Soweto.

Patrice Motsepe’s bank disrupts market with a free transactional account

TymeBank, now owned by African Rainbow Capital, unveils its game-changer.

Six years later, Concourt orders Woolies to reinstate retrenched workers

The retailer will have to pay the staff members backpay going back to 2012 as well.

Rebosis Property Fund to sell R6bn in office properties in face of ‘perfect storm’

The company says funds from the disposals will largely go towards bringing down its debt and loan-to-value (LTV) ratio to below the 40% mark.

world

Israel’s defence minister resigns over Gaza ceasefire

Avigdor Lieberman, a nightclub bouncer turned right wing populist, accused Netanyahu of ‘capitulating to terror’.

UK’s May takes Brexit deal to cabinet as MPs revolt

After months of talks, May’s office announced late Tuesday that negotiators had finally struck a draft agreement on the terms of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union next March.

Russia slams US ‘unpredictability’ under Trump

The Kremlin spokesperson’s comments come two weeks before Trump and Putin will meet in Argentina.

UK says ‘small number’ of issues remain for Brexit deal

In one measure, Brussels said it will offer visa-free travel within the bloc to Britons, but warned this was “entirely conditional.

opinion

Lions need all the help they can get

The Citizen welcomes the release of a new parliamentary report which calls for a ban on captive lion breeding in this country.

Get involved and join the struggle for a better life

We need to feel safe in our homes and everywhere else. But we don’t. What are you and I going to do about that? Complain, complain, complain?

An itch that needs scratching

One little snot-nosed brat spotted my actions and, turning to his mom, said: ‘Mommy, what’s that man doing?’

Oh please, Malusi, pull the other one

This man should be forced to testify to the law enforcement authorities about exactly what he knows about state capture.

 

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