The national cricket coach ‘doesn’t want to think about that’ as the side goes into the Test series against Pakistan with only three fit fast bowlers.
The opposition says the president must be ‘delusional’.
The association predicts a R1.19 drop per litre for petrol, with diesel down a possible R1.44.
The victory for the Social Justice Coalition may result in poorer areas getting more officers.
The AfriForum deputy CEO tried to call the service provider to cancel his policy and got put on indefinite hold.
Twitter has asked the ANC’s head of elections if he’s scared the former president may drop some embarrassing ‘files’.
Metrorail said the closure was for renovations which are part of Prasa’s modernisation programme.
The rapper is advancing conspiracy theories linking Drake to the death and imprisonment of other rappers.
The journalist claims the SAPS advised her to get a court protection order.
The former Bok admits he reached his ‘breaking point’ that infamous day in the SuperSport studio.
The president will announce a team which will concentrate on the power utility in an effort to try and find solutions to repair the damage.
The magazine publisher, known particularly for Destiny and founded in 2007, will officially close its doors come next year.
The former president’s Twitter account is already close to 10,000 followers.
The controversial artist also said his arresting officers confessed to loving his work.

World Cricket Proteas have reason to fear Yasir Shah, says Arthur

The former national coach, now Pakistan’s mentor, has full faith in his spinning weapon’s ability to adapt to local conditions.

General Sibanye offers cash advance to eligible mineworkers to ease strike’s financial impact

The cash advance will be available to all category 4-8 employees, miners, artisans and officials in the bargaining unit who are at work.

Crime Hawks officers released on bail, co-accused remanded in custody

The three will return to court in February 2019. They face charges of corruption and defeating the ends of justice.

General Comair says working around the clock to resolve impasse with Numsa

If the strike goes ahead, the public will be hugely inconvenienced during what is traditionally one of the busiest times of the year.

General How to stay safe during the holidays – SAPS chief Khehla Sitole

Joint law enforcement agencies have been mobilised and resources have been prioritised, but this is how to do your bit to stay safe.

South African Sport Tandy reaches podium at short-course champs

The freestyler boosts South Africa’s medal tally in China.

Society Gauteng government welcomes closure of illegal drug rehab centre

Mahomed Shaik Sulaiman was assaulted at the centre and later died in hospital in October.

General Salt River affordable housing project gets green light

The stalled Salt River affordable housing project has been given the green light, the Cape Town council said on Friday.

Britain left with narrowing Brexit options

World Britain left with narrowing Brexit options

Trump knew hush-money payments were wrong – ex-lawyer Cohen

World Trump knew hush-money payments were wrong – ex-lawyer Cohen

EU court rejects Hamas appeal over terror listing

World EU court rejects Hamas appeal over terror listing

Eastern Cape initiation death toll rises to 17

Society Eastern Cape initiation death toll rises to 17

Twitter sleuth wonders why Naledi Pandor ‘deleted all her Zuma tweets’

Eish! Twitter sleuth wonders why Naledi Pandor ‘deleted all her Zuma tweets’

SAPS warns they will treat ‘toy gun robbers’ no differently

Crime SAPS warns they will treat ‘toy gun robbers’ no differently

Dam levels in Tshwane surpass expectations

drought Dam levels in Tshwane surpass expectations

ABC Motsepe side extends a hand to Chabangu

Mgosi ABC Motsepe side extends a hand to Chabangu

Psychiatrists warn holidaymakers to take precautions to prevent road accidents

Accidents Psychiatrists warn holidaymakers to take precautions to prevent road accidents

Marriage just a click away for China’s desperate single men

World Marriage just a click away for China’s desperate single men

Johan Kruger’s farm murder reiterates need for rural safety unit, says DA

Crime Johan Kruger’s farm murder reiterates need for rural safety unit, says DA

Alleged cop-killer nabbed in Eastern Cape

Crime Alleged cop-killer nabbed in Eastern Cape

Bonang and Euphonik’s interaction delights Twitter

Celebrities Bonang and Euphonik’s interaction delights Twitter

South Africa are bidding for Afcon 2019 – Jordaan

local soccer South Africa are bidding for Afcon 2019 – Jordaan

Holidaymakers must be careful around beaches, avoid alcohol – rescue institute

General Holidaymakers must be careful around beaches, avoid alcohol – rescue institute

Joburg south Pick n Pay Hyper robbed at gunpoint

Crime Joburg south Pick n Pay Hyper robbed at gunpoint

lifestyle

Bonang and Euphonik’s interaction delights Twitter

It seems the former lovers have smoked the peace pipe and their followers are here for it.

It’s never too late for a ‘Second Act’

What plays out is an uplifting story about success and our definition of it.

5 movies to kick-start the holiday season

If you are one of the many families who are at home for the holidays, kick back and relax.

Elliot the Littlest Reindeer review – Poorly animated fable

Not all Christmas movies are created equal. This one is like the outdated baubles you place at the back of the tree.

phakaaathi

Nomvethe set to retired in June

AmaZulu striker Siyabonga Nomvethe has announced that he will retire at the end of the season.

Sundowns reportedly fine trio for boozing on camp

Three Mamelodi Sundowns players have been reportedly fined by the club for drinking while on camp for their Caf Champions league match in Equatorial Guinea.

ABC Motsepe side extends a hand to Chabangu

ABC Motsepe League side Baberwa FC have vowed to help destitute former Bafana Bafana player, Lerato Chabangu get back on his feet.

South Africa are bidding for Afcon 2019 – Jordaan

The Safa president also admitted he was aware of Egypt’s interest in hosting the competition.

sport

Proteas have reason to fear Yasir Shah, says Arthur

The former national coach, now Pakistan’s mentor, has full faith in his spinning weapon’s ability to adapt to local conditions.

Tandy reaches podium at short-course champs

The freestyler boosts South Africa’s medal tally in China.

Ottis would probably cry if another Proteas quick gets struck down

The national cricket coach ‘doesn’t want to think about that’ as the side goes into the Test series against Pakistan with only three fit fast bowlers.

Willemse ‘shocked’ by Mallett’s ‘garbage’ email

The former Bok admits he reached his ‘breaking point’ that infamous day in the SuperSport studio.

business

Kingon’s term as acting Sars commissioner extended again for 90 days

The acting Sars boss will have to step aside if Ramaphosa appoints a new commissioner within this time period.

2019 cannot be worse for cryptocurrencies

The Geneva Management Group believes the underlying technology, blockchain, has untapped value.

Private Property website welcomes new CEO, Amasi Mwela

The company says it has plans to continue to lead the online property market in SA.

world

Trump knew hush-money payments were wrong – ex-lawyer Cohen

President Donald Trump knew it was wrong to order election-eve hush money paid to two women who claimed to have had affairs with him, his former lawyer Michael Cohen said in an interview to be broadcast Friday.

EU court rejects Hamas appeal over terror listing

A top EU court on Friday threw out an appeal by the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas against its listing by the bloc as a terrorist organisation.

Marriage just a click away for China’s desperate single men

The now defunct one-child policy has led to a country with tens of millions more men than women.

Ankara train crash leaves nine dead, 47 injured

Nine people were killed and nearly 50 injured after a high-speed train crashed into a locomotive in the Turkish capital on Thursday, officials said.

opinion

Why the ANC itself is Ramaphosa’s biggest problem

The reality is that South Africa has a systemic ANC problem, not a Zuma problem.

EFF, BLF turning up the heat over land spells trouble

The problem is that the ANC appears to be allowing the radicals to make the running, especially when it comes to race-baiting.

E-toll law change is set to hurt drivers

Justice Project SA founder Howard Dembowsky believes the government, via Sanral, is ready to hammer errant e-tollers next year.

Most owners of land don’t want to share

The argument by the EFF and ANC for making a huge change to the constitution wasn’t for money, or to gain investor confidence. It was to ‘restore dignity’.

 

 

 
 

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