ANC submits Public Protector appointment committee names

The committee consists of 11 members – six from the ANC, two from the DA, one from the EFF and two other members of other smaller parties.

The ANC has submitted to the Speaker of the National Assembly its list of members in Parliament for the ad hoc committee responsible for processes on the appointment of a new Public Protector.

ANC submits Public Protector appointment committee names

ANC submits Public Protector appointment committee names

The committee consists of 11 members – six from the ANC, two from the DA, one from the EFF and two other members of other smaller parties.

Malema vows to keep fighting in Parliament

Malema vows to keep fighting in Parliament

‘Last week we just gave them political holy water. There is no turning back,’ he said.
Return to base, Shoke tells Union Building soldiers

Return to base, Shoke tells Union Building soldiers

SA National Defence Force Union general secretary Pikkie Greef said the recall to active duty was a massive victory for the soldiers, 80 months and R560 million later.
Take issues with cops to court or Ipid – Nhleko

Take issues with cops to court or Ipid – Nhleko

Nhleko said there had recently been unfair, malicious and personal criticism of appointed officials.

Ragged-tooth shark released in Mossel Bay

The shark was part of the Two Oceans Aquarium’s I&J Predator Exhibit for 11 years.

Masonite breakthrough saves 1 000 KZN jobs

The company’s board started a business rescue process last December, which led to buyers being found and jobs retained.

I have no beef with Mashaba – Erasmus

Former Orlando Pirates striker, Kermit Erasmus trended on Twitter in South Africa on Wednesday morning after he opened himself up for questions from fans.

Fight over chickens ends in death

The victim and the suspect allegedly had an argument about some chickens they shared.

your life

Bucie’s biggest fear

Talking to The Citizen today, the ‘Easy to love’ hit-maker explained what terrifies her the most.

Taraji Henson is coming to Mzansi

Emmy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Taraji Penda Henson is set to make her first visit to Mzansi

‘Mrs Right Guy’ set to get audiences swooning

‘Mrs Right Guy’ is a fun, escapist comedy about the pitfalls of romance and the challenges facing the contemporary single woman.

KwaThema underground musicians start own label

Musicians themselves, the trio aims to give Ekurhuleni artists exposure and the opportunity to record their own music through Table Five Entertainment.

sport

Springbok coach satisfied with local franchise visits

Coetzee said it was very important for him and his staff to meet with the local coaches and players before start of the international season.

SA rowers earn fifth Olympic place

‘It was so hard, but we worked so much that we didn’t feel the pain,’ Hunt told the World Rowing website after the race.

Moore motors to Wingate Challenge lead

Teagan Moore picked up birdies at one and five, but was back to even-par after dropping shots at three and six.

I have no beef with Mashaba – Erasmus

Former Orlando Pirates striker, Kermit Erasmus trended on Twitter in South Africa on Wednesday morning after he opened himself up for questions from fans.

business

Masonite breakthrough saves 1 000 KZN jobs

The company’s board started a business rescue process last December, which led to buyers being found and jobs retained.

Juggling Blue Label’s many balls

Blue Label is trying out new things to diversify from its old model and the results are showing.

Banks biting the hosts that feed them

A review of Michael Hudson’s book, ‘Killing the Host’.

Taking businesses to the top

My ultimate aim is to empower, inspire and enlighten people, says Jonti Mayer.

world

French tax police raid Google’s Paris offices

French police and two dozen computer experts raided Google’s Paris offices Tuesday in a fraud probe, with the US Internet giant already suspected of owing 1.6 billion euros ($1.7 billion) in back taxes.

Hundreds of migrants relocated from squalid Greek border camp

Greek police on Tuesday moved hundreds of migrants out of the overcrowded camp of Idomeni, launching a major operation to clear up the squalid tent city where thousands fleeing war and poverty had lived for months.

Bernard Tomic regrets ‘I’ve got millions’ boast

Australian star Bernard Tomic admits he shouldn’t have made his notorious rich-boy boast but refused to backtrack entirely from the remarks which also led to him snubbing the Olympics.

Nervous France to deploy 23,000 police for ‘Le Tour’

About 23,000 police will be deployed for the Tour de France, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Tuesday, as the world’s premier cycling race takes place under the post-attacks state of emergency.

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