READ: Makhosi Khoza explains why she left the ANC

Outspoken Khoza says holding on to the hope that the ruling party will self-correct is futile.

ANC MP Makhosi Khoza has announced she is leaving the ruling party to join civil society organisations in their fight against corruption.

READ: Makhosi Khoza explains why she left the ANC

READ: Makhosi Khoza explains why she left the ANC

Outspoken Khoza says holding on to the hope that the ruling party will self-correct is futile.

Khoza’s resignation proof ANC cannot and will not self-correct – DA

Khoza’s resignation proof ANC cannot and will not self-correct – DA

The party says corruption has compromised the ability of the ANC to govern in the best interest of the country’s citizens.
Repo rate unchanged at 6.75 percent per annum

Repo rate unchanged at 6.75 percent per annum

The announcement came as a relief for consumers after the Sarb left the repo rate unchanged at seven percent per annum in May.
Let’s celebrate, not shame heavies like Kleinveldt and Frylinck

Let’s celebrate, not shame heavies like Kleinveldt and Frylinck

These two stalwarts of domestic cricket don’t always look the part but they’re the guys that keep a creaking system competitive.
Twitter credits Khune’s form to Minnie’s marriage

Twitter credits Khune’s form to Minnie’s marriage

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has been in fine form for Amakhosi in recent matches, picking up three consecutive Man-of-the-Match awards in the process.
Patriotic Alliance pulls out of Nelson Mandela Bay coalition

Patriotic Alliance pulls out of Nelson Mandela Bay coalition

Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting was postponed this morning due to several political parties being absent.
Dlamini-Zuma sworn in as MP

Dlamini-Zuma sworn in as MP

‘Five years ago I left parliament with mixed feelings, today I return as directed by the ANC as a servant of SA people,’ says the presidential hopeful.

Tyres burn as protest action flares on N2

Traffic has been badly affected, as protesters have placed burning tyres across the road.

GALLERY: Gauteng EMS protest

The EMS members protested against poor working conditions, salaries and management.

Performing Lions rewarded with good Super Rugby draw

Being finalists two years in a row does have its perks.

Life and 115 years behind bars for Cape Town serial rapist

The sentences will run concurrently, and his name will be added to the national sex offenders register.

Two people shot at KFC drive-thru

The man was in a car with his sister when armed men approached them and started shooting at them.

WATCH: AKA rapped about Nicole Nyaba last year

He wrote about Bonang in ‘Baddest’, a single he released when the two were still a rumoured couple.

UPDATE: We don’t have money to continue Bunny Park sterilisations – metro

The metro says it will in all likelihood find an alternative solution to euthanase the park’s bunnies.

Zuma appoints two new members to poor-performing MDDA

The MDDA board is currently inquorate, as it only has three board members.

lifestyle

Fitness fanatic reflects on the day that changed her life

Kirby Johnson, face of Viva Gym and Herbalife distributor, made a conscious decision to change her lifestyle in 2005 and has not looked back.

Recipe: Marinated sirloin steaks and sriracha butter

Mi Casa’s lead singer and restaurateur, J’Something has whipped up a braai day recipe.

Recipe: Budget-friendly Oreo truffles

Four ingredients transform into the most decadent tasting truffles.

Meet one of South Africa’s best young wine fundis

Long nights and hundreds of flash cards pay off for Rosebank beverage expert.

phakaaathi

Furman confident of victory against Zesco

SuperSport United captain Dean Furman is confident that his side can beat Caf Confederation Cup quarterfinal opponents Zesco United.

Tsutsulupa has no intentions of becoming a coach

The Swallows legend says he hates coaching, therefore he will never be a coach.

Twitter credits Khune’s form to Minnie’s marriage

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has been in fine form for Amakhosi in recent matches, picking up three consecutive Man-of-the-Match awards in the process.

Baxter explains Mathoho’s selection

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has explained why he selected Erick Mathoho for the World Cup qualifier with Burkina Faso.

sport

Performing Lions rewarded with good Super Rugby draw

Being finalists two years in a row does have its perks.

Let’s celebrate, not shame heavies like Kleinveldt and Frylinck

These two stalwarts of domestic cricket don’t always look the part but they’re the guys that keep a creaking system competitive.

WATCH: Baseballers distraught after ball hits toddler

The New York Yankees’ Todd Frazier in tears as the debate over more protection for fans at games continues to rage.

31 is the new 21 for Kevin Anderson as he continues to aim high

South Africa’s leading tennis player is the wrong side of 30 but he believes he’s actually going to only get better.

business

Gupta companies lose court bid to stop Bank of Baroda from closing accounts

The companies sought an interim relief to stop the bank from closing their business and loan accounts at the end of September.

Sasol Inzalo: What went wrong?

The BEE share scheme is going underwater, with its troubles stemming from the volatile oil price.

Enterprise development spending could be tax deductible

How using Section 12J vehicles could benefit local businesses.

Five changes to Discovery Vitality in 2018

The good news: points – earned and tiers – stay the same.

world

New protests as France set to enshrine labour reforms

Unions staged new protests Thursday against an overhaul of France’s labour laws, hoping to build pressure on President Emmanuel Macron days before his flagship reforms are expected to enter into force.

Rescuers in grim search for survivors of Mexico quake

Mexico waited anxiously Thursday for signs of life at a collapsed school in the capital, as rescuers continued clawing through rubble for survivors of a 7.1-magnitude earthquake that killed at least 233 people.

US and Iran meet as Trump threat looms over nuke deal

Washington and Tehran’s top diplomats confronted each other for the first time Wednesday as envoys scrambled to save the Iran nuclear deal from a skeptical Donald Trump.

Togo clashes leave child dead

Clashes involved security forces using batons, teargas and live bullets against protesters seeking an end to President Faure Gnassingbe’s rule.

opinion

New Proteas coach faces tough task

Having represented Border, Griquas and Gauteng in his playing days, Gibson is no stranger to South African cricket.

Uncontested top six is another Zuma ploy to dodge the bullet

Any form of compromise will avoid the tackling of the elephant-in-the-room issue, which is the president himself.

KPMG execs should be jailed

The overwhelming sentiment is that the auditing firm only came clean because it was caught red-handed.

Go easy on Tumi Morake – we still carry the scars of apartheid

Twenty-six years after the abolition of a crime against humanity, its effects are still evident.
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