‘No stress’ for SABC’s Hlaudi

‘I am a simple person – I take life every day and enjoy myself – it doesn’t have any bearing on me personally,’ he said.

Indications are that the SABC will fight to keep its beleaguered operations chief Hlaudi Motsoeneng in his position.

‘No stress’ for SABC’s Hlaudi

‘No stress’ for SABC’s Hlaudi

‘I am a simple person – I take life every day and enjoy myself – it doesn’t have any bearing on me personally,’ he said.

‘NPA not protecting Zuma’

‘NPA not protecting Zuma’

Legal experts have slammed Abrahams’ decision to approach the SCA, saying he was fighting a losing battle.
‘Kiss good quality education bye-bye’

‘Kiss good quality education bye-bye’

Lesufi’s win over admission process expected to have negative results.
ANC breakaway incarnate

ANC breakaway incarnate

Animosity and angry politics destroyed the unity of the oppressed people and prolonged apartheid.

WhatsApp group rules you should know

WhatsApp can be a useful tool for communication, however, some people seem to need a crash course on how to use it properly.

Van Gaal axed by Manchester United as Mourinho waits in wings

Louis van Gaal’s sacking as Manchester United manager was finally confirmed on Monday as Jose Mourinho prepared to take charge at Old Trafford.

Everest death toll rises

At least four people have died on the mountain in the first climbing season in two years.

LeAnne Dlamini tired of 90% local music

Dlamini says ‘this 90% local music played on SABC radio is going to be a problem!’

your life

LeAnne Dlamini tired of 90% local music

Dlamini says ‘this 90% local music played on SABC radio is going to be a problem!’

‘True Love’ magazine in another Photoshop uproar

Lerato Kganyago is not happy at all after pictures of her were heavily photoshopped.

Jozi mad for Iron Maiden

The British metal band ended the SA leg of their Book of Souls world tour with mind-blowing music at the Carnival City festival lawns.

Have Pearl Thusi and Marawa split?

Cosy Instagram selfies of Pearl Thusi and her “King” confuse fans.

sport

Henriques gets surprise Australia call for Sri Lanka Test

Nathan Coulter-Nile was also included in the 15-man squad for the July-August Test series.

Van Gaal axed by Manchester United as Mourinho waits in wings

Louis van Gaal’s sacking as Manchester United manager was finally confirmed on Monday as Jose Mourinho prepared to take charge at Old Trafford.

What’s in Mgosi in this week?

Here is what you will find in your Mgosi inside Phakaaathi, a 16-page soccer publication available as a stand-alone on Tuesdays.

Burger in doubt

Burger is expected to be named in the 31-man Bok training squad on Saturday .

business

Singapore kicks out Swiss bank linked to Malaysia’s 1MDB

‘In addition, MAS has referred to the public prosecutor the names of six members of BSI Bank’s senior management.’

$35bn Eurobond debt: Africa’s ticking timebomb

At least a dozen sub-Saharan Africa countries have raised debt through sovereign bonds. The chickens are now coming home to roost.

Mauritius calling

Board of Investment to open full-service Johannesburg office.

How far is ‘offshore’?

Coronation Fund Managers CIO Karl Leinberger on the rand, offshore investing, foreign investor movements and institutional outflow.

world

Obama drop-in for pork soup stuns Vietnam street shop owner

‘Obama was nice, smiling, cheerful and popular with everyone.’

IS blasts in Syria regime heartland kill more than 148

More than 148 people were killed in bombings claimed by the Islamic State group in northwestern Syria, the deadliest attacks to date in the regime’s coastal heartland.

Facebook makes changes to avoid political bias

Facebook was unable to substantiate any specific accusations of bias made in media reports.

At least 41 killed in IS-claimed bombings on Yemeni forces

Twin bombings claimed by the Islamic State group hit Yemeni forces in Aden on Monday, killing at least 41 people in the latest of a spate of attacks in the southern city.

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