Mcebo Dlamini’s long walk for student freedom

He is walking from Wits University to the Union Buildings to hand a letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Fees Must Fall student activist Mcebo Dlamini on Friday embarked on a walk from Wits University to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to ask President Cyril Ramaphosa to release activists arrested during the student protests.

Mcebo Dlamini’s long walk for student freedom

Mcebo Dlamini’s long walk for student freedom

He is walking from Wits University to the Union Buildings to hand a letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

The land belonged to my forefathers, says Mamelodi ‘land grabber’

The land belonged to my forefathers, says Mamelodi ‘land grabber’

The man believes that he is the rightful owner of the land, as it belonged to his forefathers. However, the delayed land claims process has complicated his plight.
Pandor appoints Sars executive as Nsfas administrator

Pandor appoints Sars executive as Nsfas administrator

The administrator is currently the group executive for revenue planning, analysis and reporting at Sars.
‘List’ of farms to be allegedly expropriated has Limpopo farmers on edge

‘List’ of farms to be allegedly expropriated has Limpopo farmers on edge

Anxiety is mounting among landowners after AfriForum released an alleged list of farms and land to be expropriated without compensation.
Fit-again Eben really missed his ‘roomie’ Siya

Fit-again Eben really missed his ‘roomie’ Siya

The Springbok lock, who spent 8 months on the sidelines, also assures that captaincy hasn’t changed the two’s great friendship.
Family member says Mark Minnie’s death ‘definitely’ not suicide

Family member says Mark Minnie’s death ‘definitely’ not suicide

While the evidence seems to point towards a suicide, a relative says Minnie’s life was in danger, and believes his ‘suicide note’ either doesn’t exist or was written under duress.
‘A rare treasure’: outpouring of tributes to Aretha Franklin

‘A rare treasure’: outpouring of tributes to Aretha Franklin

The death of 76-year-old music icon Aretha Franklin prompted figures across the spectrum, from politics to pop, to pay homage to her tremendous influence on American culture.

Remains of MK members last seen 30 years ago to be handed over to families

The two worked under Zweli Mkhize’s command under the apartheid regime.

Seven suspects arrested after courier vehicle hijacking at shopping centre

The suspects hijacked a Ram delivery vehicle in a service delivery road at The Glen Shopping Centre on Friday morning.

Volkswagen plans to produce some 1 million vehicles in Wolfsburg

The groundwork is being laid in Wolfsburg in order to bundle Golf production at one location as set out in the Pact for the Future.

Will Celtic refuse to release Gordinho to Chiefs?

Chiefs on Thursday announced they had sent a letter to Celtic requesting the return of Gordinho early from his loan to Siwelele.

Suspected gang member set alight at high school in Benoni

One fatality and four injuries were reported as a result of two days of mob justice in Daveyton.

EC man jailed for 15 years for rape of girl, 5

The little girl was playing with other children when the man called her to his house where he raped her.

Five cops, taxi driver arrested for allegedly stealing from accident scene

The Hawks say the suspects allegedly helped themselves to perishable goods from the truck involved in an accident using a police vehicle as well as a taxi.

Pakistan opener Jamshed banned for ten years over spot-fixing

He’s the sixth player to be banned following the scandal that tainted the Pakistan Super League T20 tournament and has been ingloriously labelled as one of the masterminds.

lifestyle

Meet the new faces on SABC 3

Fezile Mkhize and Thabiso Makhubela are heating up the screen on Top Billing and Expresso.

Cartoons for adults come of age

The Simpsons is the longest-running scripted show in television history that marked its 600th episode in 2016.

So you think you can cook on TV?

Season four of ‘Come Dine With Me SA’ saw yummy food, kitchen mishaps, cringeworthy moments and some very interesting characters.

Down a Dark Hall review

The film makes use of special effects, but also relies on old-fashioned atmosphere to send chills down audiences’ spines.

phakaaathi

Will Celtic refuse to release Gordinho to Chiefs?

Chiefs on Thursday announced they had sent a letter to Celtic requesting the return of Gordinho early from his loan to Siwelele.

Former Wits striker set to join Moroccan club

Amr Gamal is set to join Moroccan side Olympic Safi from Al Ahly.

Jomo Sono explains why he owes players money

Football legend Jomo sono has cleared the air on why some of his players did not receive their salaries.

Richards Bay to play Ubuntu behind closed doors

Richards Bay FC will play their National First Division home game on Sunday against Ubuntu Cape Town behind closed doors.

sport

Fit-again Eben really missed his ‘roomie’ Siya

The Springbok lock, who spent 8 months on the sidelines, also assures that captaincy hasn’t changed the two’s great friendship.

Undisclosed illness means Caster won’t run in Birmingham

She became ill during the African Championships.

I don’t miss the limelight, says AB

The former Proteas star says people don’t realise the mental strain international cricketers are put under.

What Rassie expects from his two Springbok ‘babies’

Damian Willemse and Embrose Papier have both has expectations heaped upon them in being part of the match squad against Argentina in Durban.

business

Transnet CEO given notice of suspension for ‘wrongfully obtaining his MBA’ amid R38bn locomotive probe

Siyabonga Gama and two others need to provide reasons to the board by Monday for why they should not be suspended.

We made significant progress in Marikana – Lonmin

The company says it has invested millions in improving conditions for its workers and their families.

Workers reject latest wage offer by SA gold producers

Negotiations are set to continue next week as the mining companies claim they’re under financial pressure.

New mining charter is a lawsuit waiting to happen

It will help transformation, but could kill the patient.

world

Elon Musk admits to suffering from exhaustion

Musk spoke to The New York Times, choking up at times during an interview in which he talked about working endless hours trying to meet production deadlines.

Husband who appeared distraught after ‘missing’ wife and kids confesses to killing them

The husband has been arrested, while the police are reported to know where the bodies are.

Foreigners can no longer buy property in New Zealand

The South Pacific nation’s booming housing prices are keeping locals out of the market, apparently.

Israel reopens Gaza crossing as truce talks progress

Israel reopened its only goods crossing with the Gaza Strip after closing it to most deliveries on July 9.

opinion

NPA just needs a decent boss; there has to be more than one Thuli around

Thuli Madonsela has clearly indicated she does not want the job.

Bad attitudes lead to poor policing

The minister of police says the key stumbling block to fighting crime is getting more people into police uniform.

Corbyn can kill Brexit

Bringing down Corbyn could end up meaning that Britain doesn’t leave the European Union.

Where do all the promising female politicians go?

The examples of Magdalene Moonsamy, Makhosi Khoza and many more suggest the best and brightest rarely last at the top.

 

 

 

 

The Citizen Trail Run 2018

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