Outgoing premier Helen Zille is sailing close to treason by suggesting a tax boycott and should be investigated for her utterances, Rasool said.
Mtukudzi also worked with the late Hugh Masekela, who died on the same day last year. He also worked with Black Mambazo.
The president cited the prosecuting authority, the police service and other agencies as being in the process of being restored.
According to officials the party spoke to on Wednesday, 130,000 people streamed into SA on one day alone this month.
The former Bosasa COO has dismissed allegations that the company ever made a donation to a journalists’ fund, saying the report was based on a fake email.
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed has apologised for an alleged racist comment he now claims was not directed at Proteas hero Andile Phehlukwayo.
Amcu members at Sibanye-Stillwater at Beatrix in the Free State, Kloof and Driefontein in Gauteng have been on strike since November.
‘We need to grow the economy at a far greater rate – and for that we need more investment in productive sectors,’ Ramaphosa said.
The president was speaking at a press conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
A leaked internal memo containing instructions for remaining staff seems to paint a grim picture.
Agrizzi confirmed all the findings of the 2009 Special Investigative Unit report after it probed corruption between Bosasa and correctional services.
The investigation was sparked by allegations of sexism, nepotism, and victimisation of staff by a senior manager.
Revelations at the commission had been a ‘cathartic’ moment for South Africa but should also be an opportunity ‘to put right what went wrong.’
The party is undeterred by the backlash it received for a billboard listing victims of tragedies.

Government Special official funeral for ambassador Dumisani Khumalo on Saturday

The national flag will fly at half-mast from tomorrow at all flag stations countrywide until the evening of the burial.

Elections IEC reaches out to youth ahead of final voter registration weekend

The Electoral Commission of South Africa hopes to add 1 million more voters to the roll this weekend.

Science French watchdog sounds alert over chemicals in diapers

A French public health watchdog warned today about the risks of several chemicals found in disposable nappies.

Celebrities ‘Maths mpolaye,’ say Cassper’s followers after he gets the calculations all wrong

The rapper was quick to say he’d merely been ‘provoking’ his followers.

Crime Port Elizabeth police arrest two rape suspects

Motherwell Cluster Commander, Major General Dawie Rabie says the SAPS will continue to focus on crimes against women and children.

Local News Night adder bites toddler in living room

Three-year-old Iris is recovering well at home and was left with very little scarring.

Local News City of Cape Town to help Prasa remove shacks after Philippi land invasion

Illegal land invasions are affecting service delivery plans, social stability, as well as financial planning, the City says.

State Capture Maimane says those implicated in Bosasa scandals must go to prison

The DA leader said that it was difficult not to view a R500k donation to President Cyril Ramaphosa as a bribe.

Start-up property fund eyes student accommodation gap

Business Start-up property fund eyes student accommodation gap

Bafana star completes university degree

PSL News Bafana star completes university degree

Port Elizabeth man arrested after beating man to death for rape allegation

Crime Port Elizabeth man arrested after beating man to death for rape allegation

A struggling Zimbabwe not in SA’s national interest

Business A struggling Zimbabwe not in SA’s national interest

Mai-Mai militia chief killed in DRC during military operation

Africa Mai-Mai militia chief killed in DRC during military operation

WWF supports call by Sir David Attenborough to save natural world

Environment WWF supports call by Sir David Attenborough to save natural world

How you can bet on the exciting footballing world of futsal

Phakaaathi How you can bet on the exciting footballing world of futsal

PICS: Bull waltzes into Mbombela CBD to admire gardens

Eish! PICS: Bull waltzes into Mbombela CBD to admire gardens

Police impound wandering stock near Lesotho border

Local News Police impound wandering stock near Lesotho border

Musical chairs in rally world

Motorsport Musical chairs in rally world

Sentencing of rapist model agency boss postponed to February

Courts Sentencing of rapist model agency boss postponed to February

No one is funding the African Content Movement – Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Elections No one is funding the African Content Movement – Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Metrorail line reopens following fatal Mountain View crash

Accidents Metrorail line reopens following fatal Mountain View crash

Andrea Bocelli to perform in SA again

Music Andrea Bocelli to perform in SA again

Ten injured after taxi, vehicle collide west of Joburg

Accidents Ten injured after taxi, vehicle collide west of Joburg

Revamped BMW 7 Series sure to be a showstopper

Motoring News Revamped BMW 7 Series sure to be a showstopper

lifestyle

Is lime green fashion’s new favourite colour?

There has never been a better time to indulge your inner green-eyed monster.

Kombucha is taking the health market by storm

Properly fermented kombucha aids digestion, assists with cognitive function and boosts immunity.

Now is the perfect time to rejuvenate your skin

Chemical peels are a popular way to shed the signs of December decadence and have become more affordable.

The most useless gadgets on show at CES 2019

Choosing the best on show is a popular pastime, but the worst gadgets also deserve their moment of infamy.

phakaaathi

Senong name final Amajita squad for Afcon

South Africa’s Under-20 coach Thabo Senong on Wednesday announced a 21-man squad that will travel to Niger ahead of the Caf 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.

Beckham buys stake in non-league Salford City

David Beckham has bought a stake in English non-league side Salford City, following in the footsteps of his former Manchester United teammates in the “Class of 92”.

Bafana star completes university degree

Percy Tau has announced that he has completed his BCom degree from the University of South Africa.

Banyana Banyana striker joins Spanish club – report

Banyana Banyana striker Ode Fulutudilu has reportedly completed her move to Spanish side Malaga.

sport

Why the loan system works for the Lions

South Africa’s leading Super Rugby franchise have no problem snapping up unwanted players. And they tend to make them pretty good too.

Andile Phehlukwayo: ‘Lucky’ actually ain’t all that lucky

The Proteas all-rounder’s international career has had its fair share of good fortune. But he’s earned it.

Pollard still pulls strings, even if he’s not skipper anymore

The Bulls and Springbok pivot is anyway part of a bigger leadership group under Pote Human.

Pakistan skipper possibly in trouble for alleged racist Phehlukwayo chirp

Sarfraz Ahmed, speaking Urdu, was caught on the stump microphone, and the literal translation is not flattering…

business

Start-up property fund eyes student accommodation gap

Inkunzi Wealth founder plans to raise R250m privately for student housing development.

Consumer inflation slows to 4.5% in December – Stats SA

On average, prices decreased by 0.2% between November and December.

FNB banking app launches QR code payments

These payments are said to offer convenience and security to customers.

Jet-setting Davos elite frets about climate

A die-hard environmentalist and head of a polluting company walk into a conference centre…

world

French watchdog sounds alert over chemicals in diapers

A French public health watchdog warned today about the risks of several chemicals found in disposable nappies.

Venezuela accuses US of ordering coup, seeks ‘revision’ of ties

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday accused Washington of ordering a coup against his government and called for a “total revision” of ties with the US.

Indonesia reviewing early release for Bali bombing-linked cleric

Plans to free a radical cleric linked to the deadly Bali bombings are under review, Indonesia has said, after the surprise decision drew sharp criticism.

‘Indiana Jones of art’ finds stolen Spanish carvings in English garden

A Dutch art detective has returned two priceless stone reliefs stolen from an ancient Spanish church after tracing them to an English nobleman’s garden where they were displayed as ornaments.

opinion

SA will just have to bear the Zim consequences

If democracy and free and fair elections in that nation were supported, SA probably wouldn’t have to deal now with millions of refugees.

Corruption reigns from SA’s head to tail

It seems that ANC officials – even at a fairly low level – are not shy in viewing community assets as their own.

Ramaphosa should clear the air of the Bosasa stench

There should be full disclosure about the work Andile Ramaphosa performed for Bosasa, how much he was paid, and whether that was reasonable.

A history best left unwritten

The job of separating the wheat from the chaff will prove daunting. See, in our history there’s more chaff than wheat.

 

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