Cyril flirts with Dlamini-Zuma

Situation could become reality if one party’s campaign loses momentum.

Any compromise between presidential hopefuls Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa would assist to achieve unity and cohesion within the ANC, a political analyst has said.

Cyril flirts with Dlamini-Zuma

Cyril flirts with Dlamini-Zuma

Situation could become reality if one party’s campaign loses momentum.

Zuma has no interest in solving political violence in KZN – Kasrils

Zuma has no interest in solving political violence in KZN – Kasrils

Escalating political violence in the province has resulted in the deaths of more than 20 people since last year, mostly ANC and municipal officials.
Gauteng ANC accepts Emfuleni mayor’s resignation

Gauteng ANC accepts Emfuleni mayor’s resignation

Mofokeng, who is accused of allegedly sexually assaulting and grooming a minor, is expected back in the Vanderbijlpark Magistrate’s Court next week.
Mayor’s drive for jobless

Mayor’s drive for jobless

‘We don’t care if you are DA, EFF or ANC. Hunger has no political affiliation.’
Bob digs in his heels

Bob digs in his heels

Mugabe could be gone by Thursday, says Zanu-PF’s legal eagle.
ANC stalwarts point to ‘political crisis’

ANC stalwarts point to ‘political crisis’

They are deeply hurt by the ‘betrayal of our people’s long-standing support and trust in the ANC’.
Democracy is slowly winning in Zim

Democracy is slowly winning in Zim

After 37 years in power, Mugabe will not quit the political stage without a fight.

Guatemalan murder-accused Novella back in court

Earlier this month, the court turned down a request by the defence for Novella to be placed under psychiatric observation for 72 hours.

Australia out to ‘end careers’ in Ashes, says Lyon

Australia are out to “end careers” for England players in the upcoming Ashes Tests, spinner Nathan Lyon said Monday, pointing out how the tourists finished their last visit in disarray.

‘Col’ Molefe: let the force be with union

The SANDF is reportedly paying him about R60k a month, despite the fact that he is only an honorary colonel and not entitled to any benefits.

Trump declares North Korea state sponsor of terror

President Donald Trump declared North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism on Monday even as his top diplomat said Washington has not given up hope of a negotiated end to its nuclear standoff with Kim Jong-Un’s regime.

Free State police arrest ten for torching two cop cars, attempt to burn a sangoma

Police were called whilst they were still busy with their investigation at the scene, a word went out about the alleged responsible sangoma.

ANC KwaZulu-Natal member killed in Camperdown area

Lungisani Mnguni was shot dead in the Enkanyezini area, ward 3, of Umkhabathini Local Municipality.

Shock at Cape Town taxi drivers’ high breath alcohol readings

According to traffic services, the driver, who was transporting 16 commuters to the city centre, was arrested at a roadbloack along Duinefontein Road in Heideveld.

One killed after driver plows into homes

The deceased, a well-known member of the community, was sleeping on a pile of tyres when she was run over by the vehicle.

lifestyle

Where the world’s richest travellers will spend their holidays in 2018

South Africa is set to become a trendy destination in 2018, as wealthy travellers seek an African safari.

Recipe: Curried pork meatballs with zesty noodles

These meatballs are fantastic when served with noodles for an Asian inspiration, or added to simple curry sauces.

Drink coffee to reduce the risk of heart failure and stroke

US research has suggested yet another health benefit of drinking coffee, finding that it may decrease the risk of developing heart failure or having a stroke.

5 surprising reasons you’re not losing weight

Losing weight seems quite simple, but modern-day life has made it a bit more complicated.

phakaaathi

What’s in Mgosi this week?

Here is what you will find in your Mgosi inside Phakaaathi, a soccer publication available free with your copy of The Citizen on Tuesday.

Celtic set to lose star midfielder

Bloemfontein Celtic midfielder Kabelo Mahlasela is set to leave the Free State side after deciding not to renew his contract.

Pienaar to miss Sundowns clash

Bidvest Wits midfielder Steven Pienaar is among the five players that will not be available for their respective teams in the Absa Premiership midweek clashes.

WATCH: Spectacular centreline own goal

Vitesse Arnhem had a disastrous night when they faced Groningen at the Noordlease Stadium recently.

sport

Australia out to ‘end careers’ in Ashes, says Lyon

Australia are out to “end careers” for England players in the upcoming Ashes Tests, spinner Nathan Lyon said Monday, pointing out how the tourists finished their last visit in disarray.

Mawsoof to keep 100% record

The three-year-old Mike de Kock-trained Trippi colt made his debut in a 1000m race on the Inside track here last month.

What we’ve learned from the Ram Slam to date

The Titans are too strong, Reeza Hendricks could become hot property and the Cobras bowlers’ troubles are bad news for the Proteas.

WATCH: Local boxers break record for quickest bout … 11 seconds!

Zolani Tete and Sibonyiso Gonya’s WBO bantamweight battle shaves an incredible six seconds off the previous record!

business

BLSA reveals business contribution of R1.9 trillion to GDP

The report done by economic consultancy firm, Quantec Research, showed that BLSA members employed 1.29 million people.

Harmony Gold worker killed at Masimong mine in Free State

A Harmony Gold worker was killed over the weekend after a fall of ground at its Masimong mine in Welkom, the bullion producer said on Monday.

Government-backed loans the ‘most workable’ solution to fund tertiary education

As this model comes under increasing criticism, Professor Lorenzo Fioramonti said this model has the potential to solve SA’s funding crisis and create job opportunities.

Class action planned against holiday clubs

Lawyer believes that all of the timeshare contracts she has seen are unlawful.

world

Trump declares North Korea state sponsor of terror

President Donald Trump declared North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism on Monday even as his top diplomat said Washington has not given up hope of a negotiated end to its nuclear standoff with Kim Jong-Un’s regime.

Zanu PF formally notifies Mugabe of recall from party

‘The motion of proceedings is expected to be tabled before Parliament when it seats on Tuesday November 21, 2017.’

Iraq fires new salvo in political row with Kurds

Iraq’s top court on Monday declared the Kurdish north’s independence referendum in September to be unconstitutional, firing a new salvo in the political crisis with the autonomous region.

Two killed in protests after Kenya’s top court upholds election

Kenya’s Supreme Court on Monday validated the election victory of President Uhuru Kenyatta, sparking opposition protests that left two dead, according to police.

opinion

Democracy is slowly winning in Zim

After 37 years in power, Mugabe will not quit the political stage without a fight.

‘Col’ Molefe: let the force be with union

The SANDF is reportedly paying him about R60k a month, despite the fact that he is only an honorary colonel and not entitled to any benefits.

Africa is a resilient place, Zim will move on without Mugabe

With Mugabe gone, I believe we will see the green shoots of recovery

Was Zimbabwe coup for the people?

The cynical among us would point out this was little more than a factional coup . The same party is in charge.

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