ANC’s bickering ‘caused Tshwane violence’

Vavi says killings and physical assaults have increasingly become a key feature all over the country during violent unrests.

The ANC’s internal squabbles triggered the violent protests in Tshwane last week, former Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has claimed.

ANC’s bickering ‘caused Tshwane violence’

ANC’s bickering ‘caused Tshwane violence’

Vavi says killings and physical assaults have increasingly become a key feature all over the country during violent unrests.

Why Oscar did not murder Reeva

Why Oscar did not murder Reeva

When even Pistorius himself seems not to understand what he’s been found guilty of, how can we expect the public to grasp it?
Lionel Messi retires as Chile stun Argentina in Copa America

Lionel Messi retires as Chile stun Argentina in Copa America

Lionel Messi sensationally announced his retirement from international football after Argentina crashed to defeat against Chile in the Copa America Centenario final.
Eskom strike looms

Eskom strike looms

A 7% pay rise ‘is well below the energy regulator’s manpower cost’ hikes, says Numsa.
The hotel bill, the diamond rascal and Jomo Sono

The hotel bill, the diamond rascal and Jomo Sono

Erez Daleyot’s December arrest in Bedfordview on local fraud charges appears to involve Sono in a web of intrigue.
Stockouts plague state health facilities

Stockouts plague state health facilities

ARV and TB medicine stock outs three months prior to contact remained ‘unacceptably’ long.
KZN ‘anarchist’ back with the ANC programme

KZN ‘anarchist’ back with the ANC programme

Mishack Nyawose has said he’s looking to unify the party again after being called a ‘rabble rouser’ in his support of ousted premier Senzo Mchunu.

Moseneke appointed honorary professor at Wits

Moseneke, one of SA’s leading jurists, retired from the Constitutional Court as deputy chief justice in May.

‘Cowboy’ cops cost state R100k

Court cites anxiety and depression among the reasons for the basis of its ruling.

The Brexit domino effect?

A horrible example will be required to show nationalists and populists in other members that leaving the EU is hard and painful.

‘Drug abuse is growing in SA’

15% of pupils admitted to getting high using over-the-counter drugs.

Europe to push for quickie British divorce as Kerry flies in

European leaders embark this week on a frantic drive to push Britain into a quick divorce, with top US diplomat John Kerry rushing to join discussions as the “Brexit” crisis goes global.

‘ANC has replaced Freedom Charter with Zuma Charter’

At a rally in Newcastle on Sunday, EFF leader Julius Malema said that anywhere the ANC got less than 50% of the vote in August, his party would not go into coalition with it because the party had sold out its founding principles.

Khune backs Bafana goalkeeper Pieterse

Itumeleng Khune has come out in defence of under fire Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Reyaad Pieterse following his poor showing for the national team in Saturday’s Cosafa Cup final against Botswana.

How to apply for a police clearance certificate

Here’s how to get clearance on your criminal status.

your life

The royal sons go missing this week on Muvhango

Here’s what’s coming up this week on Muvhango.

Papa G accused of being a ‘blesser’

His girlfriend and mother of his children has also accused him of cheating on her with a new actress at his theatre.

‘AKA should consult Prophet Mboro’

Twitter has come up with a number of theories explaining why AKA has not been winning awards lately.

Bonang, Boity and Black Coffee make headlines

Now Congratulate Black Coffee as he Danced Again on the BET Awards stage.

sport

Tiger says he might not play again this year

Tiger Woods said Sunday he might not return to competitive golf this year following back surgery nine months ago, but he’s counting on the wait being worthwhile by producing impressive form.

History on line as Djokovic, Federer get Wimbledon under way

World number one Novak Djokovic and 17-time major winner Roger Federer get Wimbledon under way on Monday with history beckoning for the two Grand Slam A-listers.

African gold medal hat-trick for Semenya

Caster Semenya bowed out of the African Athletics Championships in Durban on Sunday after winning three gold medals from two individual events and the 4×400 metres relay.

Belgium hit four past Hungary at Euro 2016

Eden Hazard scored his first goal of Euro 2016 as Belgium cruised into the quarter-finals with a 4-0 win that ended Hungary’s fairytale campaign.

business

Pound sinks, most stocks extend losses on British EU exit

The pound sank Monday to 30-year lows while most stock markets tumbled following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, with traders fearing it will lead to months of uncertainty.

Eskom strike looms

A 7% pay rise ‘is well below the energy regulator’s manpower cost’ hikes, says Numsa.

Panama opens expanded canal to newer, bigger ships

Panama has declared its century-old canal open to a new generation of supersized cargo ships after years of massive expansion works aimed at profiting from burgeoning US-Asia trade.

VIDEO: How Brexit may affect SA

If you’re wondering what the UK’s exit from the European Union might mean for you here in South Africa, this short video, courtesy of CCTV, may help to put it in perspective for you.

world

Spain’s Rajoy claims right to form govt after poll win

Spain’s acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he would make a push for power after his conservatives won more seats in parliament in a repeat general election on Sunday, even though it still fell short of a majority.

UK Labour leader defies revolt over Brexit strategy

Britain’s opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he will not give up his job in a Labour Party revolt over his handling of the EU referendum campaign, as the aftershocks from the “Leave” vote reverberate around the country.

British politics in turmoil as Brexit talks loom

Britain’s political crisis deepened Sunday amid party infighting in London and new polls showing bolstered support for Scottish independence, even as EU leaders seek a quick divorce after a seismic vote to leave the bloc.

European Parliament urges Britain to begin EU exit Tuesday

The European Parliament’s chief called Sunday for British Prime Minister David Cameron to begin formal proceedings to leave the EU at a summit this week.

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