Eskom stops load shedding

The cancellation came after ‘sufficient progress with regard to the emergency reserves’ was made.

Load shedding was cancelled as of 7pm on Sunday evening after stage one load shedding was implemented at 12.15pm, Eskom said.

Eskom stops load shedding

Eskom stops load shedding

The cancellation came after ‘sufficient progress with regard to the emergency reserves’ was made.

Malema is ‘very excited’ about De Lille’s new party

Malema is ‘very excited’ about De Lille’s new party

The EFF leader says De Lille has a friend in the red berets and hopes to work with her in the fight against racism.
Load shedding returns as Eskom implements stage one

Load shedding returns as Eskom implements stage one

Stage one rotational load shedding was implemented at 2.15pm on Sunday afternoon.
De Lille to start new party, run for premier

De Lille to start new party, run for premier

The former Cape Town mayor rejected invitations to join parties including the ANC and EFF.
Malema: It’s not xenophobic to voice grievances about foreigners

Malema: It’s not xenophobic to voice grievances about foreigners

The EFF leader spent the morning listening to the challenges faced by informal traders.
Pravin Gordhan’s state capture testimony set to implicate Brian Molefe

Pravin Gordhan’s state capture testimony set to implicate Brian Molefe

The Zondo commission has invited the former Eskom CEO to attend tomorrow’s proceedings.
Ramaphosa phoned Gigaba and ‘ordered’ him to resign – report

Ramaphosa phoned Gigaba and ‘ordered’ him to resign – report

The minister had no choice but to resign as failing to do so would have amounted to directly defying his party.

Man arrested for travelling 216km/h on N1 in Limpopo

The Audi driver was passing Mookgophong when he was clocked at nearly double the limit.

Two more men arrested for alleged theft of cattle in North West

The two men were arrested after they were found in possession of 13 Bonsmara cattle worth R150k.

ANC ‘cadres’ stab each other during Thuma Mina campaign

It’s unclear what the fight was about, but the ANC enthusiasts needed to be sent for treatment.

Spartans cling on in MSL thriller over Rocks

Meanwhile in Durban, the Cape Town Blitz continued their unbeaten run after a stunning assault by Pakistan import Asif Ali.

Man arrested in Cape Town for dealing in drugs worth R900k

The arrested man would appear in the Bellville Magistrate’s Court on Monday on charges of dealing in drugs.

EC premier Masualle appoints Mlungisi Mvoko as education MEC

Mvoko has been human settlements MEC since March this year and has been acting education MEC since Makupula’s death in October.

Bafana coach Baxter hopeful of clinching a win against Libya

The Bafana Bafana coach said it would be folly for South Africa to go to Libya looking for a draw.

Dis-Chem apologises for disturbances caused by some striking workers at shopping centers

The Mall of Africa in Midrand and Canal Walk in Cape Town, where Dis-Chem shops were located, experienced disruptions for about two hours.

lifestyle

You may be able to do all your holiday shopping on Instagram

The social networking service has announced three new ways for users to shop on the platform.

Nolo Phiri returns to Rhythm City

Rhythm City fans can expect more gripping entertainment, and the actress is looking forward to stepping back into Niki’s shoes.

Art museum presents 21 years of SA fashion

21 Years: Making Histories with South African Fashion Week reflects on the many fashion narratives from the continent.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald review – A beast without a roar

There are twists, turns and dragon rides – which are all impressive – but in terms of the story, this one is cold.

phakaaathi

Banyana upset Nigeria in Women’s Afcon opener

Kgatlana struck late into the game to give the South Africans a shocking win over their perennial rivals.

England beat Croatia to reach Nations League final four

Harry Kane fired England into the Nations League semi-finals as Gareth Southgate’s side scored twice in the last 12 minutes to seal a dramatic 2-1 victory over Croatia on Sunday.

Former champions Zambia eliminated from Cup of Nations

Former champions Zambia were eliminated from the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying competition after a 1-0 away loss to Mozambique in Group K Sunday.

Bafana coach Baxter hopeful of clinching a win against Libya

The Bafana Bafana coach said it would be folly for South Africa to go to Libya looking for a draw.

sport

Spartans cling on in MSL thriller over Rocks

Meanwhile in Durban, the Cape Town Blitz continued their unbeaten run after a stunning assault by Pakistan import Asif Ali.

Downes and Oberholzer win 947 Cycle Challenge

It was a day of dominance for Team BCX.

Springbok player ratings: Energetic Embrose, solid Siya

A rookie scrumhalf suggests he was worth the hype after all and the captain plays his best Test on tour to date.

WATCH: Rassie defends Siya after alleged headbutt

The Springbok captain’s best showing on the current year-end tour could be soured by a citing.

business

Ramaphosa phoned Gigaba and ‘ordered’ him to resign – report

The minister had no choice but to resign as failing to do so would have amounted to directly defying his party.

Trade and investment ‘expected’ as German president visits Ramaphosa

President Frank-Walter Steinmeier’s visit marks the first from a German president in 20 years.

Transnet owes pensioners about R100bn

While the case has careened through the courts, the number of pensioners has declined from 80,000 to 50,000.

SA economy loses R6bn to illicit alcohol trade

Expert says across the globe, one in four bottles of alcohol consumed are illicit, representing 25.8% of the market.

world

Trump shows rare humility and compassion after California wildfires

After surveying the aftermath of the California wildfires, Trump did not hide his emotions or fatigue.

Pope Francis takes aim at the rich

The Pope marked World Day of the Poor, saying ‘the din of the rich few’ drowns out the voice of the needy.

Theresa May takes pot-shot at plotters

The British prime minister on Saturday told plotters planning to overthrow her that their alternative Brexit plans would not resolve their problems with her draft deal.

What rift? Pence says he had a ‘good laugh’ about it with Trump

The New York Times said Trump has taken to asking several advisors whether the vice president is loyal.

opinion

ANC deployment makes state capture inevitable

If President Cyril Ramaphosa and his merry band want to retain their precarious hold on power, they, too, will have to use deployment.

Rock, Papier, scissors

When he’s included in the match23, why the hell not give him a chance to prove his worth with a start, or at least a lengthy spell on the park?

Pension shame at Transnet has to be corrected

The hope is prosecution authorities will bring to book those involved in dodgy contracts in Transnet.

Vytjie Mentor damages state capture inquiry

The danger in accepting her emotional and sometimes incorrect testimony is that the guilty parties might use it to evade the truth themselves.

 

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