EFF is the most peaceful organisation – Malema

“To Zuma, those soldiers are going to turn their guns on you. Those soldiers are EFF.”

EFF leader Julius Malema ended his speech at the party's manifesto launch with loud calls for victory in this year's local government elections.

EFF is the most peaceful organisation – Malema

EFF is the most peaceful organisation – Malema

“To Zuma, those soldiers are going to turn their guns on you. Those soldiers are EFF.”

SA Express air operator certificate suspended

SA Express air operator certificate suspended

The suspension follows a “series of non-compliances” and the SACAA’s dissatisfaction with the operator’s safety monitoring system.
Time to start tapering off for the big day

Time to start tapering off for the big day

Attention now needs to be focused on sharpening up and peaking for May 29.
Injured Herron pulls out of Comrades

Injured Herron pulls out of Comrades

The 34-year-old athlete dropped out due to illness on her Comrades debut in 2014.

Live report: Polokwane City vs Black Aces

Hello and welcome to the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium where Polokwane City take on Mpumalanga Black Aces in an Absa Premiership match.

14 killed in Nairobi floods and building collapse

Torrential rainstorms in the Kenyan capital have left at least 14 people dead.

Pizza and champers all round

“Everybody is waiting for us after Tottenham’s draw.”

Live, die by the legal sword

Recourse to the courts is often the first refuge of the scoundrel with deep pockets.

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’

Prince had prescription opioid medication on him and in his home when he died last week.

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

Live report: Polokwane City vs Black Aces

Hello and welcome to the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium where Polokwane City take on Mpumalanga Black Aces in an Absa Premiership match.

Time to start tapering off for the big day

Attention now needs to be focused on sharpening up and peaking for May 29.

Injured Herron pulls out of Comrades

The 34-year-old athlete dropped out due to illness on her Comrades debut in 2014.

Maritzburg remain bottom after SuperSport loss

Maritzburg United were beaten 2-1 by SuperSport United in an Absa Premiership fixture played at the Harry Gwala Stadium on Friday night. Maritzburg led 1-0 at half-time.

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

Hundreds arrested in clashes outside German right-wing congress

German riot police on Saturday arrested some 400 protesters as clashes erupted outside a meeting of the right-wing populist AfD party, which is set to adopt an anti-Islamic manifesto amid a rise in European anti-migrant groups.

Bomb attack on pilgrims kills 23 in Iraq as hundreds protest

A car bomb targeting Shiite pilgrims killed at least 23 people near Baghdad on Saturday, as hundreds protested in the capital for reforms and parliament made another attempt to reshuffle the cabinet.

Tense protests outside Trump speech in California

Hundreds of demonstrators jostled with police in riot gear outside a California hotel where Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump gave a speech, forcing the candidate to duck into a back entrance.

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.




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