‘Racist’ Hofmeyr barred from Dutch restaurant

‘We as Dudok have always taken a stance against discrimination and racism.’

Afrikaans singer and activist Steve Hofmeyr was barred from addressing an audience in a Netherlands restaurant because of his alleged racist commentary.

‘Racist’ Hofmeyr barred from Dutch restaurant

‘Racist’ Hofmeyr barred from Dutch restaurant

‘We as Dudok have always taken a stance against discrimination and racism.’

Kaizer Chiefs release 20 players!

Kaizer Chiefs release 20 players!

Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs have released a list of 20 players that wont be at the club next season.
Ackers keen to follow Bok blueprint

Ackers keen to follow Bok blueprint

‘We as a coaching group came together in a year out of Super Rugby.’
Horror of modern slavery in SA

Horror of modern slavery in SA

A survey has revealed that an estimated 10 631 women were victims of forced marriage at the time of the poll.

Double treble hangover costing Pirates – Tinkler

Orlando Pirates remarkably won six titles between 2010 and 2012, becoming the first football club in the country to achieve that historic feat in the Premier Soccer League era.

Taxi boss’s mother dies in crossfire

The mother of a taxi boss in KZN was shot once above her left ear and once in each thigh.

Estate agent murder may be linked to others

Three people who disappeared under similar circumstances were found dead on the West Rand this month.

‘Adebayor’ finally signs for Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs striker Emmanuel ‘Adebayor’ Letlotlo’s father, Sam Sebola, says he is looking forward to seeing his son playing for Amakhosi next season.

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Poland in new bid to extradite Polanski

Poland launched a fresh bid Tuesday to extradite Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski to the United States to face sentencing over a 1977 case of statutory rape.

5 politicians who’ve admitted to getting high

People around the world love to get high, and politicians have been no exception.

Dear Jumbo, f*** you – Anele Mdoda

The radio personality has accused the clothing store of exploiting a Xhosa initiation ritual to sell blankets.

Pressure grows on India over marital rape

Almost immediately after Deepti’s wedding at a traditional ceremony in the Indian capital, the horrific abuse began.

New arts fest recognises local talent

‘It’s a fact that local upcoming artists from the streets of Soweto still do not get as much recognition.’

Unisa Music Foundation brings major help to minors

The foundation is committed to, through music, bringing social change in the lives of South Africans who do not have access to it.

Mangi shares a shocking revelation this week on Scandal

Here’s what to expect this week on Scandal.

Is ‘Pravin Gordhan’ a blesser?

‘Pravin Gordhan’ has seemingly decided to join in the blesser-blessee trend that has taken Mzansi by storm.

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Kaizer Chiefs release 20 players!

Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs have released a list of 20 players that wont be at the club next season.

Reus out, Schweinsteiger in Germany’s Euro 2016 squad

Marco Reus endured more injury heartache with Germany on Tuesday — his 27th birthday — as he was cut from their final Euro 2016 squad, two years after missing the World Cup.

Players blast rain-hit French Open as Djokovic, Serena face epic schedule

Agnieszka Radwanska and Simona Halep blasted French Open organisers Tuesday for forcing them to compete in pouring rain as Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams were left facing a four-day playing stretch.

Messi absent as his tax fraud trial opens in Spain

The trial of Argentina star Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges opened Tuesday in Spain in his absence just days before Argentina’s first match in the Copa America against Chile.

Double treble hangover costing Pirates – Tinkler

Orlando Pirates remarkably won six titles between 2010 and 2012, becoming the first football club in the country to achieve that historic feat in the Premier Soccer League era.

‘Adebayor’ finally signs for Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs striker Emmanuel ‘Adebayor’ Letlotlo’s father, Sam Sebola, says he is looking forward to seeing his son playing for Amakhosi next season.

Mosimane fulfils Billiat promise

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says that he told Khama Billiat he would make him Footballer of the Season when he signed him from Ajax Cape Town in 2013.

Sri Lanka’s Eranga reported for suspect bowling action

The match officials’ report cited concerns about the legality of the 29-year-old’s bowling action.

business

It’s ETF season across Africa

To the extent that emerging markets remain a play for global investors, SA is going to remain a very interesting market.

Thieves are walking off with Telkom’s network

Company moves customers to wireless and fibre technologies to actively tackle copper cable theft syndicates.

Famous Brands resilience keeps patrons happy

The franchise giant comes closer to its 2020 vision on taking on the African continent.

Inside the Woolworths juggernaut

Four charts the retailer doesn’t publish….

Naspers now worth more than R1trillion

A R10 000 investment five years ago would now be worth R58 710.

‘Rotten municipalities should be phased out’

Only three district municipalities from a sample group of 18 were found to be working properly, the Finance and Fiscal Commission says.

Marching against themselves

Who is it that supports a leadership who have led us to this diabolical state of affairs?

BRICS offers much, but China must be managed

SA needs to know when to compete with its BRICS peers and when to collaborate with them.

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Messi absent as his tax fraud trial opens in Spain

The trial of Argentina star Lionel Messi on tax fraud charges opened Tuesday in Spain in his absence just days before Argentina’s first match in the Copa America against Chile.

VW profits whiplashed by ‘dieselgate’ scandal

Volkswagen suffered whiplash from a massive engine-rigging scandal as profits slumped in the first quarter, but the embattled German auto giant Tuesday insisted things were not as bad as they look.

Poland in new bid to extradite Polanski

Poland launched a fresh bid Tuesday to extradite Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski to the United States to face sentencing over a 1977 case of statutory rape.

Internet giants back EU hate speech rules

The code of conduct also involves the Internet companies building stronger relations with civil society groups that flag content.

Two Japanese arrested after ATM heist

The theft reportedly involved about 100 members of an international gang each making a series of withdrawals from 1 400 ATMs.

North Korea missile launch failed, says South Korean military

North Korea apparently failed with an attempted missile launch Tuesday, the latest in a series of setbacks for a ballistic weapons programme that aspires to threaten the US mainland.

India army ammunition depot fire kills 17 soldiers

A fire at one of India’s largest military ammunition depots Tuesday killed at least 17 soldiers and injured scores more, officials said, as footage showed flames lighting up the night sky.

Leaked audio claims second Brazilian minister

The government of Brazil’s acting president Michel Temer took a fresh hit on Monday.

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