Cabinet cheers Fikile’s plan

“It is simple: the world does not need us. We need the world.”

The South African Cabinet yesterday said it welcomed the firm measures that have been put in place by the Minister of Sport, Fikile Mbalula, pictured, to reconstruct the “fragmented and deeply discriminatory sport and recreation landscape” in the country.

Cabinet cheers Fikile’s plan

Cabinet cheers Fikile’s plan

“It is simple: the world does not need us. We need the world.”

Juju may have to testify over his tax affairs

Juju may have to testify over his tax affairs

Malema in turn accused SARS of “political skulduggery”.
Abashiri on brink of superstardom

Abashiri on brink of superstardom

Pick 6 pool should soar past R5 million, quartet pools should also be huge.
Vendors vent over Zuma no-show

Vendors vent over Zuma no-show

“The new date will be announced in due course.”

All bite and no bark: sharp-toothed cat scares off UK postmen

Postmen have long been wary of dogs biting their fingers, but in one British home, a cat is causing so much trouble that the postal service has threatened to stop deliveries.

Bulls belt Force

“We were in it for a lot of the game, but weren’t tough enough.”

“We will never own dogs again” says grieving dad

Police and SPCA officials at the scene were unable to enter the yard due to the dogs’ aggression.

ExxonMobil earnings plummet 63% on plunging oil prices

US energy giant ExxonMobil reported Friday that first-quarter earnings dived 63 percent to $1.8 billion due to plunging oil prices.

your life

Gugu Zulu’s big acting break

The popular actress is set for her e.tv debut on ‘The Alliance’.

Uzalo funding called into question in court

President Zuma’s daughter is one of the show’s producers, making R5m of gov funding questionable.

Prince had opioid meds with him when died: reports

Prince had prescription opioid medication on him and in his home when he died last week, US media reported, although autopsy results have yet to indicate why the pop icon died.

Is your device spying on you?

Do you really know for sure your GPS is off simply because your phone’s screen says it is?

sport

Pirates confirm Jele injury

Orlando Pirates defender Happy Jele has a grade two hamstring tear and is out for up to two weeks, according to the official Buccaneers website.

Cape Town All Stars sign Nengomasha

Cape Town All Stars have confirmed the signing of Tinashe Nengomasha.

Baroka coach not concerned by Makaab insults

Baroka FC’s coach, Kgoloko Thobejane has won himself some fans and critics at the same time for his post-match interview after his team’s 2-0 win over Polokwane City in the Nedbank Cup last weekend.

Plenty of guesswork as big cat goes on prowl

The circus is back in town. And in typical fashion, the Tiger Woods show is bound to be a sell-out. The only question remaining is, when?

business

ExxonMobil earnings plummet 63% on plunging oil prices

US energy giant ExxonMobil reported Friday that first-quarter earnings dived 63 percent to $1.8 billion due to plunging oil prices.

How Makate won the ‘please-call-me’ battle

The matter now shifts to compensation negotiations which won’t likely be staid.

Ten things you didn’t know about MTN

More golden handshakes, only 1 in 7 uses data, mobile money is small, tax … and a Nigerian listing?

South Africans chained to debt as they celebrate Freedom Day

‘One common enemy prevents us from achieving true freedom.’

world

Rouhani allies seek control of parliament in Iran vote

Voting was extended Friday in second round elections for almost a quarter of the seats in Iran’s parliament, a crucial showdown between reformists and conservatives seeking to influence the country’s future.

It’s red Leicester thanks to China’s number one fan

He has never seen a Premier League match live or even set foot outside China, but Leicester City’s fairytale season has made Zhang Tianbo, 16, their most high-profile fan in the country.

Rare N.Z. parrot not dead, just pining for fiords: minister

“It’s very rare that you have the opportunity to bring back a precious taonga (treasure) species”.

Turkey journalists jailed for publishing Mohammed cartoon

An Istanbul court on Thursday sentenced two prominent Turkish journalists to two years behind bars for illustrating their columns with a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed originally published by French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.




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