The former president offered a brief exclusive interview to Steven Motale over the weekend about why he’s now on Twitter.
The party says those now looking to change the constitution are not serious about constructive land reform and restitution.
The party says on Reconciliation Day that black people still need to be ‘humanised’ by getting the land back.
Pictures and videos of damage were circulating on social media after a ‘freak storm’ storm hit the resort.
The former president’s first interaction with someone on social media has turned out to be rather typical of Twitter’s pitfalls.
Groups of defiant demonstrators faced off with tens of thousands of police around France on Saturday, but the protest movement appeared to have lost momentum on a fifth and decisive weekend.
What is 5G, what will it be able to do, and what are the risks?
The elephant tusks were hidden among marble in an abandoned container.
A 13-year-old boy was badly injured when he fell down the Karkloof Waterfall near Howick in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands in the second such incident in the past week, paramedics said on Saturday.
The EFF rejects the appointment of the task team, calling it an attempt by Ramaphosa to crush Eskom to benefit his friends and family.
All hell broke loose on Saturday after the actor kindly asked her follower to ‘please voetsek!’
A pregnant woman and three-year-old were among those who were found injured in the crash.
The man is believed to have fallen from one of the floors of the building.
The pair, who are overjoyed at the arrival of their twins, made the announcement after a traditional ceremony in Mvezo.

Accidents Four injured as two trains collide in Gauteng

Four people were injured when two trains collided in Brakpan in Gauteng, paramedics said on Sunday.

Athletics Zwane and Tjoka win Heroes Marathon

Both winners show superior class and tactics in crossing the finish line.

Accidents Three people killed, including child, in R59 head-on collision near Vereeniging

Six other people from the second vehicle sustained injuries ranging from minor to moderate.

Fitness and health Nomvula Mokonyane reportedly struggling to recover after undergoing liposuction

The minister allegedly opted for a quick fix to get her body rocking for the beach.

Politics Mbuyiseni Ndlozi visits Glen Marikana community following court victory

The EFF spokesperson and MP’s visit was to ensure the community understood what the court decided.

local soccer Late goals put Chiefs in the driving seat

Kaizer Chiefs were comprehensive 3-0 winners over Elgeco Plus in a Caf Confederation Cup first round first-leg tie at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday night.

local soccer Pirates held at home by African Stars

Credit must go to the Namibian side whose defence held together admirably to keep out the Pirates strikers.

Lotto Lotto and Lotto Plus results, Saturday, 15 December 2018

Here are the winning numbers from Saturday night’s live draw.

Leopards move clear of the drop zone

PSL News Leopards move clear of the drop zone

Mbalula schools Zuma on social media ‘sphithiphithi’

Mbalula schools Zuma on social media ‘sphithiphithi’

Human legs found floating in Limpopo dam

Crime Human legs found floating in Limpopo dam

Belgium accident linked to ‘yellow vests’ protest

World Belgium accident linked to ‘yellow vests’ protest

Jele admits pressure is on Pirates

local soccer Jele admits pressure is on Pirates

Woman arrested, drugs worth R30,000 seized in Cape Town

Crime Woman arrested, drugs worth R30,000 seized in Cape Town

Onyango blow for Sundowns

local soccer Onyango blow for Sundowns

ANC appalled by further Western Cape road carnage

Accidents ANC appalled by further Western Cape road carnage

Freedom Park offers free pass on Day of Reconciliation

South Africa Freedom Park offers free pass on Day of Reconciliation

PowerBall results, winning numbers and payouts, 14 December 2018

Lotto PowerBall results, winning numbers and payouts, 14 December 2018

Gwede Mantashe’s take on mining rights stuns

Editorials Gwede Mantashe’s take on mining rights stuns

Mr Clean-Up Khawe didn’t sit well with ANC

Editorials Mr Clean-Up Khawe didn’t sit well with ANC

Taxi association party ends in bloodshed

Crime Taxi association party ends in bloodshed

Eleven die after eating ‘toxic’ rice at Indian temple

World Eleven die after eating ‘toxic’ rice at Indian temple

Boring is sometimes better

Columns Boring is sometimes better

Man dies, child critically injured in Free State car crash

Accidents Man dies, child critically injured in Free State car crash

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

South Africa and Egypt go head to head to decide on 2019 Afcon hosts

The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) will take place in either Egypt or South Africa, the Confederation of African Football (Caf) has confirmed.

Mweene banks on senior players to lead Sundowns to vicory

The Brazilians are in Cairo to face Libyan outfit Al Ahly Benghazi in the Champions League second round match.

Late goals put Chiefs in the driving seat

Kaizer Chiefs were comprehensive 3-0 winners over Elgeco Plus in a Caf Confederation Cup first round first-leg tie at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday night.

Pirates held at home by African Stars

Credit must go to the Namibian side whose defence held together admirably to keep out the Pirates strikers.

sport

Zwane and Tjoka win Heroes Marathon

Both winners show superior class and tactics in crossing the finish line.

Jozi Stars reach MSL final by default as rain strikes

Enoch Nkwe’s troops finished higher on the log than their opponents in the eliminator, the Paarl Rocks.

Stone rallies to lurk behind leaders at Leopard Creek

The 25-year-old has the extra incentive of being the defending champion at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.

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.

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

Gwede Mantashe’s take on mining rights stuns

The Xolobeni saga – and the parallel obscene haste to push through the equally contentious N2 highway – smacks of the e-toll scandal.

Mr Clean-Up Khawe didn’t sit well with ANC

Former Emfuleni mayor Jacob Khawe has been instrumental in handing over a number of cases of corruption and theft to the Hawks

Why SA needs a Thatcher who can hobble the bully unions

We can continue with our spineless refusal to face the fact that the unions – whose challenge to apartheid was critical for democracy – are now destroying it.

Boring is sometimes better

Call me old-fashioned, but an individual serious about following this career path doesn’t weigh up the differences in job security.

 

 

 
 

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