Former Western Cape police commissioner found guilty of corruption

Former Western Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer was convicted of corruption, but acquitted on charges of racketeering and money laundering.

The Western Cape High Court has found former Western Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer guilty of corruption, but not guilty of racketeering and money laundering

Former Western Cape police commissioner found guilty of corruption

Former Western Cape police commissioner found guilty of corruption

Former Western Cape police commissioner Arno Lamoer was convicted of corruption, but acquitted on charges of racketeering and money laundering.

OR Tambo Airport evacuation ‘not part of simulation’

OR Tambo Airport evacuation ‘not part of simulation’

An unattended bag was opened in a controlled explosion.
Reeza Hendricks stakes a timely claim for a Proteas future

Reeza Hendricks stakes a timely claim for a Proteas future

With depth becoming a major issue for the national cricket side during the series against India, the Highveld Lions opener’s form is a boost.
Lekota lays into Ramaphosa over land expropriation

Lekota lays into Ramaphosa over land expropriation

Lekota questioned who the expropriated land would be given to, asking who the term “our people” refers to.
Peter de Villiers: Saru tried to blacklist me!

Peter de Villiers: Saru tried to blacklist me!

The motormouth former Springbok coach goes ballistic with accusations after being unveiled in SA as the new Zimbabwe coach.
Zimbabwe remembers Tsvangirai, the ‘doyen of democracy’

Zimbabwe remembers Tsvangirai, the ‘doyen of democracy’

Thousands of Zimbabweans and foreign mourners took to the streets of Harare Monday to pay tribute to iconic opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
‘Black Panther’ makes African box office history

‘Black Panther’ makes African box office history

‘Black Panther’ took in over R16.8 million at the South African box office with nearly 200 000 attendances for its opening weekend.

77 dead as Syria enclave pounded ahead of expected ground assault

Heavy Syrian bombardment killed at least 77 civilians in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta on Monday, a war monitor said, as regime forces appeared to prepare for an imminent ground assault.

Mahumapelo probes NWest health over R30 million clinic

The North West province’s health department has been under administration since April 2015 due to financial mismanagement.

Court hears grisly details of how man was killed in Marikana

The victim, Sabata Petros Chale, was the leader of South African National Civic Organisation in Marikana.

Mpumalanga police arrest six for farm murder

The suspects, aged between 35 and 39, and including a woman, were traced and arrested at their different hideouts in Embalenhle and Emzinoni.

Cassper Nyovest to collaborate with Jason Derulo on FIFA World Cup soundtrack

Cassper Nyovest has just been confirmed as an addition to the 2018 FIFA World Cup soundtrack alongside American singer, Jason Derulo.

Localisation will create a more inclusive economy – ANC MP

The private sector will be encouraged to procure locally produced goods to grow a labour-absorbing and inclusive economy.

Family finds black mamba in their Randburg home

Black mamba in the concrete jungle.

Five alleged robbers killed in Pinetown shoot-out

The shoot-out ensued after the getaway vehicle was spotted on the M13.

lifestyle

Recipe: Ratatouille

Originating in Nice, Ratatouille is one of the most beloved French dishes

6 ways to fix food cravings

When a craving hits, a hands-on therapy such as acupressure can help.

WATCH: 5 women who made Oscars history

In 2010, Kathryn Bigelow made Oscars history as the first woman to win the Academy Award for best director.

Cleaning products can affect lung health in women but not men

The decline in lung function could be caused by chemicals in cleaning products irritating the mucous membranes.

phakaaathi

WATCH: Bafana midfielder scores for English team

Kamohelo Mokotjo scored his first goal for his English side Brentford FC this past weekend.

Tendai Ndoro’s twin joins Zimbabwean club

Takudzwa Ndoro, the twin brother of Ajax Cape Town striker Tendai Ndoro, has signed for Bulawayo City.

Liverpool squad ‘best I’ve coached’, says Klopp

Jurgen Klopp says his current Liverpool squad is the strongest he has ever worked with as the players prepare for a return to action after a warm-weather training camp in Spain.

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.

sport

Reeza Hendricks stakes a timely claim for a Proteas future

With depth becoming a major issue for the national cricket side during the series against India, the Highveld Lions opener’s form is a boost.

Peter de Villiers: Saru tried to blacklist me!

The motormouth former Springbok coach goes ballistic with accusations after being unveiled in SA as the new Zimbabwe coach.

WATCH: Four things to know about new Lions star Aphiwe Dyantyi

The 23-year-old winger scored a sensational try on his Super Rugby debut at the weekend in one of the opening round’s biggest highlights.

WATCH: Kevin Anderson ‘thanks’ puppy for New York win

Weirdness all round as South Africa’s leading tennis player also receives an abstract piece of art for his title win.

business

Clicks employees to share R1.3bn through BEE scheme

Clicks said the second and final payment would be made in 2019, adding to R34 million in dividends given to employees over the past six years.

Amplats says has delivered on restructuring portfolio, repositioning business

Amplats said it had repositioned its portfolio with 70 percent of production in the first half of the cost curve after completing the disposal of Amandelbult mineral resources.

Sassa set to give CPS more powers in grant distributions

CPS also wants to be paid a ‘reasonable’ fee if its contract with Sassa is extended for another six months.

Ramaphosa carries weight of economic expectations on shoulders

The rand was trading at 11.61/dollar on Friday, close to highs last seen in 2015.

world

77 dead as Syria enclave pounded ahead of expected ground assault

Heavy Syrian bombardment killed at least 77 civilians in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta on Monday, a war monitor said, as regime forces appeared to prepare for an imminent ground assault.

Zimbabwe remembers Tsvangirai, the ‘doyen of democracy’

Thousands of Zimbabweans and foreign mourners took to the streets of Harare Monday to pay tribute to iconic opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

Zambia threatens relations with Congo over Kabila

Lungu issued his warning at State House during Kabila’s two-day visit to Zambia and in defiance of many Congolese, regional and international actors, angry at the Kabila’s refusal to cede power.

Hundreds of Boko Haram suspects released for rehabilitation in Nigeria

According to Reuters reported that Sunday’s release came simultaneously as the country’s biggest legal investigation of the militant Islamist insurgency continues.

opinion

Are these the eight new ministers in Ramaphosa’s lean Cabinet?

When the Cabinet reshuffle does occur, it is a foregone conclusion that some departments will be collapsed and merged with existing ones

A story of pigs and troughs

The Gupta family and its stooges and propaganda arms were arrogantly peddling the narrative of white monopoly capital.

The Japanese lesson for SA

Mr President and Business South Africa, consider lessons from the East.

Isn’t life just fab-u-lous!

A tête-à-tête trading tit for tat over skinny cappuccinos.
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