Zuma woes won’t impact ANC votes – Mantashe

“It is no accident that Zwelinzima Vavi, EFF, and the DA are flirting with each other.”

Recent Constitutional Court and Pretoria High Court rulings against President Jacob Zuma are likely to have a minimal impact on the African National Congress’s performance in the August 3 local government elections, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said on Sunday.

Zuma woes won’t impact ANC votes – Mantashe

Zuma woes won’t impact ANC votes – Mantashe

“It is no accident that Zwelinzima Vavi, EFF, and the DA are flirting with each other.”

Five-star Celtic thump hapless Ajax

Five-star Celtic thump hapless Ajax

Bloemfontein Celtic thrashed Ajax Cape Town 5-0 in an Absa Premiership fixture at the Dr Molemela Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Sophie Ndaba on how she lost weight

Sophie Ndaba on how she lost weight

Ndaba says all it took was cutting down on her sugar intake and adopting a low-carb lifestyle.
Cosatu, SACP reaffirm support for ANC

Cosatu, SACP reaffirm support for ANC

“Without the ANC there will be no future for the country. ANC is tried and tested.”

Cosmos edge Tuks to move out of danger

Relegation-threatened Jomo Cosmos held out for a hard-fought 1-0 victory over fellow league strugglers University of Pretoria in their Premiership match at Olen Park, on Sunday.

First Swingers savour SA Open start

Pfeifer and Biser’s pedigree was not lost on Williams and De Wee.

Kenya death toll after building collapse reaches 16

At least 16 people were killed when a six-storey residential building due for demolition collapsed in Nairobi in torrential weekend storms, local authorities said Sunday.

Leicester on cusp of sporting immortality in Man Utd clash

England’s miracle club Leicester City are 90 minutes from sporting immortality as they prepare for a Sunday title showdown at Old Trafford with Premier League giants Manchester United.

your life

Sophie Ndaba on how she lost weight

Ndaba says all it took was cutting down on her sugar intake and adopting a low-carb lifestyle.

Mapaputsi now Kalawa Jazmee chef

“When we visit Kalawa we know someone will serve us delicious meals”.

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.

sport

Fellow for a flying PE debut

Flying Fellow makes his debut in the Eastern Cape for the Gavin Smith stable.

Five-star Celtic thump hapless Ajax

Bloemfontein Celtic thrashed Ajax Cape Town 5-0 in an Absa Premiership fixture at the Dr Molemela Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Cosmos edge Tuks to move out of danger

Relegation-threatened Jomo Cosmos held out for a hard-fought 1-0 victory over fellow league strugglers University of Pretoria in their Premiership match at Olen Park, on Sunday.

First Swingers savour SA Open start

Pfeifer and Biser’s pedigree was not lost on Williams and De Wee.

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

Rare IS group bombings in southern Iraq kill 33

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for rare attacks in Iraq’s deep Shiite south on Sunday, twin suicide car bomb blasts in the city of Samawa killing at least 33 people.

New Princess Charlotte photos mark her first birthday

Four new photographs of Britain’s Princess Charlotte playing at her family’s country home were released by the royal family on Sunday to mark her first birthday.

Turkey car bomb kills two police, wounds 22 near Syria border

A car bomb on Sunday hit the Turkish city of Gaziantep, a major refugee hub near the Syrian border, killing at least two policemen and wounding 22 other people, with the country on edge after a succession of militant attacks.

Protesters in Green Zone, Iraq PM calls for punishment of rioters

Thousands of protesters were inside Baghdad’s Green Zone on Sunday after breaking into the fortified area and storming parliament, as Iraq’s premier called for rioters to be pursued and punished.




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