Maimane says the party is mourning the tragic and pointless deaths of people who it claims were killed by the ANC.
Angelo Agrizzi, former COO of the controversial company, told the Zondo commission it functioned like a cult.
Too much democracy leads to confusion, according to him and he adds that in hi party, his word is final.
The Justice Minister stressed that Walus’ political views had not changed, though he showed remorse for the grief he inflicted.
Steve Hofmeyr’s Toekoms Vonk is leading the charge to get two parties banned from participating in the upcoming elections.
Without him naming them, it’s understood the department now intends to suspend the school’s principal and another teacher.
Fourteen people were killed and thousands fled when Boko Haram attacked a remote town in northeast Nigeria, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said on Wednesday.
The mineral resources department said the survey was in line with one of the outcomes of the judgment in the high court.
The move appears to be in relation to the fact that the ‘wrong teacher’ caught flak at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke.
The unshaken DA MP says she has taken screenshots of the man’s threats and suspects he’ll end up in the same prison as the former president.
Angelo Agrizzi says he had become engrossed with what was happening at the company, ending up thinking what was happening was right.
A trio of top ANC leaders allegedly colluded to make the former president look disrespectful at an ANC event.
The party marched on Wednesday against the ANC allegedly killing them and other South Africans.
Captain Joseph Rapoo also faces a murder charge and is expected to have his disciplinary hearing later this week.

Business News Team SA ready to present improved investment proposition at WEF

Ramaphosa addressed a pre-World Economic Forum breakfast in Rosebank on Wednesday.

Business News Sibanye suffers another setback in Amcu court battle

The union claims the miner is trying to join forces with their opposition, the National Union Mineworkers.

Africa Suspected anglophone separatists ‘kidnap 30’ in Cameroon

At least 30 people have been abducted by suspected separatists in a troubled English-speaking region of western Cameroon, local sources said on Wednesday.

Picture of teenage Zuma trends as Twitter reckons he looked just like Duduzane

The former president has shared a photo of himself that was taken shortly after he joined the ANC.

Society Christians up in arms over ‘McJesus’ sculpture

Even communities in Pretoria were enraged with the artwork depicting a crucified Ronald McDonald.

Music Toto’s ‘Africa’ to play on endless loop in Namib Desert

The artist was apparently inspired by the recent resurgence in interest for the track.

General Port Elizabeth police search for missing hairdresser

Nina Thompson has not been seen since leaving her home in Lorraine just before Christmas last year.

Crime Alleged Mpumalanga serial killer to apply for bail

As the investigation continues, more charges are likely to be added.

Carl Thomas headed to South Africa

Lifestyle Carl Thomas headed to South Africa

Ex-Chiefs captain joins ABC Motsepe side

PSL News Ex-Chiefs captain joins ABC Motsepe side

Search still on for South Africans missing in Mozambique

Local News Search still on for South Africans missing in Mozambique

Global money transfer service hits SA shores

Business Global money transfer service hits SA shores

Terror attacks have no place in Africa, says Dirco

Africa Terror attacks have no place in Africa, says Dirco

Limpopo police hunt for suspects after triple murder

Crime Limpopo police hunt for suspects after triple murder

Rand water reduces water pressure in Mpumalanga to recover millions

Local News Rand water reduces water pressure in Mpumalanga to recover millions

Gregory forced to retire from Dakar due to engine failure

Motorsport Gregory forced to retire from Dakar due to engine failure

Mboweni calls for end to Zimbabwe sanctions

Politics Mboweni calls for end to Zimbabwe sanctions

DRIVEN: Lack of oomph in Honda Amaze is not so amazing

Road tests DRIVEN: Lack of oomph in Honda Amaze is not so amazing

UK family appeals for witnesses after daughter’s death in Umhlanga

Local News UK family appeals for witnesses after daughter’s death in Umhlanga

Five-year-old girl mauled to death by pit bulls in Mpumalanga

Local News Five-year-old girl mauled to death by pit bulls in Mpumalanga

No land grabs allowed, says Ramaphosa

Government No land grabs allowed, says Ramaphosa

Flying solo in Dakar not for faint-hearted

Industry news Flying solo in Dakar not for faint-hearted

EFF’s message to Zimbabwe: Military should never be used against protesters

Politics EFF’s message to Zimbabwe: Military should never be used against protesters

KNP clocks 190k visitors during festive season

Local KNP clocks 190k visitors during festive season

lifestyle

Toto’s ‘Africa’ to play on endless loop in Namib Desert

The artist was apparently inspired by the recent resurgence in interest for the track.

You can spend three months living in an Italian village for free

Applicants will learn Italian during their trip and also need to demonstrate their commitment to contribute to village life.

5 habits that are ageing your skin and how to break them

Not exercising can actually make your face age prematurely.

2019 iPhones could be jumping on the USB-C bandwagon

The latest iPad Pros have already made the shift to USB-C.

phakaaathi

Pirates sends Shitolo on loan to Chippa

The 29-year-old agreed terms with Pirates for him to move to United.

Chiefs suffer Gordinho blow

Kaizer Chiefs defender Lorenzo Gordinho has been ruled out of action for a foreseeable future after suffering from a hand fracture.

Pirates striker comments on Monaco move

Young Orlando Pirates striker Lyle Foster is excited by his move to AS Monaco.

Amajita star Ngcobo looking for consistency

The young Amakhosi midfielder has been on scintillating form for the Chiefs reserves and scored a brace in the team’s 4-2 victory over Baroka FC this past weekend.

sport

Three forgotten Springboks catching the eye early

These overseas-based stars have been showing some cracking form since the Christmas period and doing their utmost to make Rassie Erasmus pay attention.

SA’s Toyota Gazoo on the cusp of fine Dakar victory

Giniel de Villiers does his part to support Nasser Al Attiyah but hopes the Qatari ‘doesn’t need it’ for the final stage.

Naka Drotske: We were going to die, so instinct kicked in

The former Bok hooker regales how he foiled an armed attack on his family that almost cost him his life.

Proteas player ratings: Destructive Duanne, brave Bavuma

Yes, it was a whitewash, but Dean Elgar is right when he says the team only performed at around 70% against Pakistan.

business

The three stocks that have defied the JSE’s stagnation

Companies enjoying success in the JSE have demonstrated an ability to evolve and transform themselves.

SARB’s independence to remain untouched, says Ramaphosa

Ace Magashule said the controversial move to nationalise the Reserve Bank would be implemented in the next five years.

Tragic data shows capital fleeing along with jobs

The big exporters of capital are generally rich countries with a high standard of living – so why is South Africa in this mix?

Taxpayers cough up billions for Gautrain, while shareholders rake in massive profits

For a government organisation that needs R100 million a month from taxpayers to prop it up, Gautrain shareholders have been making a tidy profit.

world

Sudan police fire tear gas at protesters in capital

Sudanese police Tuesday fired tear gas at crowds of demonstrators chanting “Peace, justice, freedom” in the capital, a day after President Omar al-Bashir insisted protests will not lead to a change in government.

UN urges DR Congo to respect election outcome

The UN Security Council on Tuesday called on all players in the Democratic Republic of Congo to respect the outcome of landmark elections as doubt persisted over results announced by election authorities.

Tunisia NGOs file graft lawsuit against president

Anti-corruption campaigners have filed a lawsuit accusing Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi of abuse of power after he pardoned a jailed party official close to his son, a court official said Tuesday.

Zimbabwe police fire tear gas as crackdown tightens

Zimbabwe police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the second city of Bulawayo on Tuesday, a day after the country was rocked by violent demonstrations against a sharp hike in fuel prices.

opinion

Flying solo in Dakar not for faint-hearted

Tireless drivers navigating their way across treacherous terrain for weeks on end defying the odds of nature.

ANC promises jobs, while destroying what creates jobs

The governing party is lying about what the role of a government should be in a healthy economy.

ATM? What were they thinking?

Surely when coming up with a party name, you’d pause to consider what its acronym will be.

 

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