He says the ‘crash’ was meant to prevent investigators from the SIU from obtaining incriminating evidence.
How the DA believes he will be better as a premier than he was as a mayor is mind-boggling, says ANC Gauteng spokesperson Tasneem Motara.
Twitter has asked the new Watson to share his bank statements to prove his innocence.
In a #HandsoffAdvBarryroux hashtag, social media users have come out in support of the man found to be behind the notorious parody account.
The union says this should be done following revelations that the company allegedly paid bribes to the department’s former CFO.
‘These are not simply governance failures that have allowed corruption to thrive. These are human lives which have been destroyed,’ he said.
The legal fees were incurred by the former SABC COO’s failed defence in a disciplinary hearing last year.
The BLF says it will continue the sit-in until the commission suspends Dr Khotso De Wee.
The national coach’s future is linked to him winning the World Cup, but the players seem to want that clause in his contract relaxed.
Zimbabwe imposed a “total shutdown” of the internet on Friday, a major provider told customers, after protests early this week triggered a ruthless security crackdown.
SANParks said internal disciplinary procedures against them were also underway.
The MEC gave the community a deadline of today to ‘hunt down’ the suspects.
The company and its chief accountant were involved in forming small companies with a short lifespan and using them to generate fake invoices, said Angelo Agrizzi.
The finance minister believes the mayor was commenting on topics he has no in-depth knowledge of.

Entertainment 5 reasons why you need to watch ‘Room 104’

If you’re burnt out on binge-watching, this is the show for you because it has no cliff-hangers.

Local News Uitenhage residents protest over eviction

Residents protested and claimed that Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality broke down their shacks without prior notice.

PSL News Ex-Sundowns winger joins Egypt’s Ittihad – report

Reports suggest Toni Silva has signed for Ittihad after leaving the Brazilians.

Africa Concerned Zimbabwe citizens ask for ANC to step in

At least 15 people have been killed and about 276 injured after the Zimbabwean government deployed soldiers against protesters.

Entertainment Celebrate SA National Beer Day on February 2

The inaugural event in 2017 saw more than 50 events and promotions staged across the country.

Boxing Lerena back with a bang after year of setbacks

Injury and an unfounded doping charge has only motivated the IBO cruiserweight to be stronger.

Local News Hoërskool Kempton Park closes school bathrooms after student shenanigans

Bathrooms are open in the morning before school starts and again during break time and after school.

Africa Zimbabwean businessman offers help to victims of violence

Videos of brutal beatings of citizens by security personnel have gone viral on social media prompting an outcry by concerned individuals.

WATCH: Shoprite manager caught swearing at employee suspended

WATCH: Shoprite manager caught swearing at employee suspended

DR Congo slaps down AU call to suspend final vote result

Africa DR Congo slaps down AU call to suspend final vote result

SA’s economic policies strong but lack implementation, says government official

Business SA’s economic policies strong but lack implementation, says government official

Acquittal of Ivory Coast president paints uncertain path to 2020 election

Africa Acquittal of Ivory Coast president paints uncertain path to 2020 election

Zambia has modern day slavery problem, says British ambassador

Africa Zambia has modern day slavery problem, says British ambassador

Khune comes under fire for boasting about clean sheets

PSL News Khune comes under fire for boasting about clean sheets

WATCH: The chilling trailer for Khanyi Mbau’s new thriller

Movies WATCH: The chilling trailer for Khanyi Mbau’s new thriller

Suspects arrested after stealing car batteries in Port Elizabeth

Crime Suspects arrested after stealing car batteries in Port Elizabeth

Roads Agency Limpopo accepts CEO’s resignation

Government Roads Agency Limpopo accepts CEO’s resignation

Comair committed to resolving Numsa dispute

Business Comair committed to resolving Numsa dispute

Nick-of-time Impey wins tight Tour stage

South African Sport Nick-of-time Impey wins tight Tour stage

Doubt prompts AU’s call for postponement of DRC election results

Africa Doubt prompts AU’s call for postponement of DRC election results

Death toll from Thursday Sudan demos rises to 3: protest group

Africa Death toll from Thursday Sudan demos rises to 3: protest group

Chiefs defender Hadebe expecting Zesco to park the bus

PSL News Chiefs defender Hadebe expecting Zesco to park the bus

Pirates push for Makaringe’s early release

Mgosi Pirates push for Makaringe’s early release

Don’t let protests become the norm

Editorials Don’t let protests become the norm

lifestyle

Why local celebs love Durban

The secret is out: the coastal city takes the top spot when it comes to local travel, and even celebrities are taken aback by what it has to offer

5 reasons why you need to watch ‘Room 104’

If you’re burnt out on binge-watching, this is the show for you because it has no cliff-hangers.

Celebrate SA National Beer Day on February 2

The inaugural event in 2017 saw more than 50 events and promotions staged across the country.

Big Cat Month: 7 specials to catch on Nat Geo Wild

The line-up includes stories of lions, leopards, tigers and pumas.

phakaaathi

Downs youngster believes in Khanye

Amajita and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Promise Mkhuma believes former Kaizer Chiefs star Junior Khanye still has a lot to offer South African football should he be given a chance.

Frustrated goalkeeper quits football

Polokwane City goalkeeper Harold Ndlovu is ready swap his gloves and soccer boots for law books.

Maritzburg reportedly keen on Chiefs striker

Maritzburg United are reportedly set to sign striker Gustavo Paez from Kaizer Chiefs.

Ex-Sundowns winger joins Egypt’s Ittihad – report

Reports suggest Toni Silva has signed for Ittihad after leaving the Brazilians.

sport

Proteas back Ottis even if he doesn’t deliver the holy grail

The national coach’s future is linked to him winning the World Cup, but the players seem to want that clause in his contract relaxed.

Lerena back with a bang after year of setbacks

Injury and an unfounded doping charge has only motivated the IBO cruiserweight to be stronger.

Nick-of-time Impey wins tight Tour stage

The South African cyclist delivered on a timely fine performance to keep his Down Under title defence alive.

I select on penis length – female coach of German men’s team

The first woman to coach a men’s team in one of Germany’s top five leagues is tackling sexism through sarcasm.

business

SA’s economic policies strong but lack implementation, says government official

A trade and industry official has said the economy needed to grow at a faster pace to create job opportunities.

Aveng to sell non-core assets after strategic review

The decision to sell shares in Aveng Water and Aveng Namibia Water are part of a plan to become an international group.

The party is most definitely over for SA retail

The first updates for 2019 do not bode well for investors.

Davos assembly faces Brazilian populism and Brexit

Government and business leaders trek to the freezing Swiss Alps next week for the annual Davos conclave, taking heat from a populist wave encapsulated in Brazil’s new far-right leader, trade conflicts and the looming onset of Brexit.

world

Malaysia says Goldman apology not enough, wants $7.5 bn

Malaysia’s finance minister said Friday an apology from Goldman Sachs for its role in the 1MDB scandal was not enough, and demanded the Wall Street giant pay $7.5 billion compensation.

First Thai cave rescue film due out on mission anniversary

A Thai-born director who took just weeks to shoot the first film about the dramatic cave rescue of the “Wild Boars” football team says his focus is on authenticity and the mission’s “unsung” heroes, with book publishers and Hollywood studios jostling to make their versions of the saga.

‘Thousands’ more children separated from parents at US border from 2017-2018

The report contradicted statements by administration officials that there was a system for dealing with the children and no ‘policy’ of separations.

Outrage in Ghana after killing of investigative reporter

A Ghanian undercover journalist who helped expose corruption in African football has been shot dead in the capital, triggering widespread outrage.

opinion

Graft enablers must be punished harshly

It is companies like Bosasa – and the Gupta family and their acolytes, too – who are the ones which have been the enablers.

Don’t let protests become the norm

People all over the country have seen that the best way to get the ANC to pay attention is to put up roadblocks and burn tyres.

With little discipline in schools, we’re on a hiding to nothing

Where does it all begin? I believe, as a father, that it starts with us parents reneging on our responsibilities to raise our children into responsible adults.

SA’s fix is in our hands

There are millions of wonderful citizens who can repair South Africa. Will we be brave enough to fix that which is wrong?

 

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