Gauteng details where its money is going
The Gauteng medium-term budget was released yesterday and includes interesting developments that will affect the lives of the province’s citizens. Some of the key points include R200-million to be allocated to smart schools annually, R85-million to community safety and R150-million for township entrepreneurs. For the full story, be sure to get Wednesday’s copy of The Citizen.
The storm around Trevor Noah gets people talking
Trevor Noah has come under fire from American writers who question whether he is good enough to host the The Daily Show. They point to the drop in overall ratings and question is astuteness with American politics. However, he has brought in good figures with the youth market despite losing older viewers. Fellow comedians chip in and give their take on Noah and the The Daily Show. Get it all in your copy of The Citizen.
SARU intervene in Eastern Cape
SARU have confirmed that they will be running the Southern Kings ahead of their entrance to Super Rugby due to longstanding issues with financial mismanagement and a fear that the franchise will not be ready for Super Rugby’s kickoff in 102 days time. Read the latest updates on Oregan Hoskins’ plans in tomorrow’s copy of The Citizen.