Mabe explains why CIT heist employee was fired while Manana still remains an MP

The ANC spokesperson says the party’s employees are subject to the organisation’s policies, while its members are subject to rule 25 of its constitution.

Questions have been raised on whether the ANC has employed double standards when dealing with transgressions committed by the party’s members or employees.

Mabe explains why CIT heist employee was fired while Manana still remains an MP

Mabe explains why CIT heist employee was fired while Manana still remains an MP

The ANC spokesperson says the party’s employees are subject to the organisation’s policies, while its members are subject to rule 25 of its constitution.

The Sharks have a code-breaker … and he’s a Beast

The Sharks have a code-breaker … and he’s a Beast

Tendai Mtawarira reaches a significant milestone in Christchurch this weekend. It might become a serious headache for the Crusaders.
AfriForum hounds Thandi Modise for animal cruelty

AfriForum hounds Thandi Modise for animal cruelty

The lobby group appears to have succeeded in fulfilling the Freedom Front Plus’ wish to prosecute the ANC dignitary.
EFF’s Gardee accused of punching party member, thinking he was ‘Msholozi’

EFF’s Gardee accused of punching party member, thinking he was ‘Msholozi’

One of the men allegedly involved in the incident said that to talk about it now would be ‘suicidal’.
Zuma, Ramaphosa, Mbeki agree with many that Madiba is no sellout

Zuma, Ramaphosa, Mbeki agree with many that Madiba is no sellout

The growing wave of voices claiming Mandela sold out has been met with a large amount of opposition during his centenary celebrations.
Black Coffee’s wife survives hijacking in Porsche Coffee bought her

Black Coffee’s wife survives hijacking in Porsche Coffee bought her

The 30-year-old actress was left traumatised after three armed men, one wielding a hammer, ambushed her.
DA calls for Hawks to investigate ‘criminal activity run out of Luthuli House’

DA calls for Hawks to investigate ‘criminal activity run out of Luthuli House’

The DA says the party has requested a full and thorough investigation into ‘crime being planned out of Luthuli House’.

More than 5 000 suspects arrested in Western Cape since May

Police say of the 5 111 suspects arrested, 999 were for contact crimes, 48 for murder and 63 for attempted murder.

Hero Simpiwe Khonco returns home to defend title

The 32-year-old’s improvement in defence and overall confidence should put him in good stead against Filipino opponent Toto Landero.

China’s Xi Jinping heads to South Africa

Xi Jinping’s visit comes ahead of South Africa’s hosting of the 10th Brics Summit in which Brazil, Russia, India, China and SA will participate.

Tau set to complete Brighton move today – report

Percy Tau will reportedly sign for Brighton and Hove Albion today in a deal worth more than R50 million.

Was the Cape water shortage caused by farmers, city dwellers or drought?

We have analysed the data, and can now answer this question.

Motorists given option to hit the road on two wheels

Cycling-oriented accessories are handpicked and factory-approved.

Chiefs set to play Sundowns in league opener

Phakaaathi has it on good authority that Kaizer Chiefs will visit Mamelodi Sundowns at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium on the opening weekend of the league.

DRIVEN: All-new Volvo XC40

Abundance of electronic nannies shield the driver, which does not add to a hands-on feeling.

lifestyle

Are your selfies making you consider plastic surgery?

Being addicted to filters for your selfies may be associated with an interest in getting plastic surgery.

JT Medupe lands role as Jacob Zuma in ‘Khwezi’

Medupe is back on stage after a successful run of ‘King Kong The Musical’ where he played Leadpipe.

Walk in Mandela’s footsteps with these Airbnb Experiences

To this day, visitors to Cape Town take the ferry to Robben Island and visit Mandela’s former cell.

Recipe: Nordic punch

Keep warm on cold winter nights with this Nordic punch cocktail infused with raspberries and lime.

phakaaathi

New Chiefs coach to sit out Sundowns clash

Giovanni Solinas will not be on the bench when Amakhosi take on Mamelodi Sundowns in the inaugural Shell Helix Ultra Cup at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.

Maritzburg sign former Wits defender

Maritzburg United have continued to strengthen their squad ahead of the new season.

Mihlali Mayambela joins Portuguese club

Former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates academy player Mihlali Mayambela has joined Portuguese club Sporting Clube Farense.

Chelsea name Zola as Sarri’s right-hand man

Gianfranco Zola was Wednesday named as assistant coach to new manager Maurizio Sarri, marking a return to the club where he spent seven years as a player, the Premier League outfit announced.

sport

The Sharks have a code-breaker … and he’s a Beast

Tendai Mtawarira reaches a significant milestone in Christchurch this weekend. It might become a serious headache for the Crusaders.

Hero Simpiwe Khonco returns home to defend title

The 32-year-old’s improvement in defence and overall confidence should put him in good stead against Filipino opponent Toto Landero.

Mighty Marnus has (finally) found his mojo at the Lions

The diminutive ball poacher has been a bit of journeyman previously but now he’s arguably one of the best super subs in Super Rugby.

Meet SA’s amateur at The Open … and Ernie Els’ nephew

It will be a family affair of sorts at Carnoustie.

business

Trevor Manuel says it’s hard to sell SA amid uncertainty over land

The president appointed the former finance minister to seek investment for SA, but he says uncertainty over the land issue has made this a difficult task.

Sars may wish to appeal against its own victory in court case, says lawyer

A recent ‘bewildering’ Tax Court judgment means foreign workers may be able to get away with paying no tax while working in SA.

Many SA jobs could soon be automated, and the country isn’t prepared

There seems to be very limited high-level discourse about how we plan to navigate this wave of technological advancement.

Gold sector is facing serious challenges – minerals council

The Minerals Council says a stagnant gold price, operational challenges, and policy and regulatory uncertainty are putting a strain on the industry. 

world

Elon Musk apologises to British caver for ‘pedo’ slur

Elon Musk has apologised for calling a British caver who helped rescue 12 Thai boys from a cave a ‘pedo’, after the comment caused widespread outrage and dwindling Tesla shares.

Japan faces shortage of Ninjas

Professional ninjas are in short supply in the famous city of Iga, where ninjas originated and an annual festival to celebrate them takes place.

Bezos named ‘richest man in modern history’ as his workers strike for pay

As Jeff Bezos rises to become the ‘richest man in modern history’, his workers across Europe are protesting low pay and dire working conditions.

Unruly house guest bites off and swallows hostess’ nose

A drunken Jessica Collins was asked to leave the home of the victim when she demanded cigarettes and more alcohol.

opinion

Ramaphosa is still SA’s best hope, and Obama saw that

Obama’s endorsement was a significant triumph for a president under fire from all sides in recent weeks.

Boykie Musk’s lesson to all: think first, speak later

Perhaps the experience of seeing his shareholders go ballistic will bring this flawed genius back down to earth.

The endless battle of the ‘khulid’

I am yet to meet a coloured person who identifies as a Khoisan or refers to any Khoi lineage in their blood.

Madiba’s principles are no more

When will South Africa and its people move past Nelson the man and rather follow his visions, ideology and principles?

 

 

 

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