Modise evicts EFF MPs, they chant Zupta must fall

“Zupta Must Fall”

National Council of Provinces chairwoman Thandi Modise on Thursday evening ordered all Economic Freedom Fighters MPs out of the National Assembly as they chanted “Zupta Must Fall” half an hour into President Jacob Zuma’s ninth State of the Nation address.

Zuma promises tough action on economy

Zuma promises tough action on economy

“Let us work together to turn the situation. It can be done. I thank you.”
Sona disrupted again

Sona disrupted again

“He broke his oath and is no longer honourable.”-Lekota


We bring you live Twitter updates from Sona 2016.

Zuma has arrived at Parly ahead of his Sona

“Earlier, clashes between EFF and Ses’khona People’s Movement erupted, but the police managed to difuse the tension.”

Zuma speech must give people hope – Madonsela

“I’m just hoping the president will come with a speech that inspires hope, promote national unity.”

Sebolai ‘had good relationships’ with women

The relationships Sebolai had with women came under the spotlight during his sentencing.

Proteas need win to stay in series

Proteas victory in the fourth one day international against England at the Wanderers on Friday will blow the series wide open.

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‘Star Wars’ film company in court after Harrison Ford broke leg

The production company behind “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is being prosecuted in Britain over an incident on set which left actor Harrison Ford with a broken leg, health and safety officials said Thursday.

AKA to perform in Canada at OkayAfrica event

The event features AKA and DJ Fanatic representing South Africa, and Everyday People’s DJ Moma representing Sudan.

Jukebox Thursday: The 5 definitive SA Trap songs

WARNING: All the songs below contain naughty words. Lots of naughty words.

Black Coffee on the accident that left him paralysed

The DJ recounts how the accident turned his life upside down, thinking his dreams of being in music were shattered.


AB de Villiers signs up for CPL with Barbados Tridents

AB de Villiers has signed to play for Barbados Tridents in the 2016 Caribbean Premier League.

Harding chips in at the last to lead Tshwane Open

“I’m super-chuffed, I’ve been struggling the last few events so it’s a confidence boost, absolutely.”

Chiefs irritated by Pirates success in Africa – Stiga

Kaizer Chiefs hope to emulate their Soweto rivals by winning the Caf Champions League.

Proteas need win to stay in series

Proteas victory in the fourth one day international against England at the Wanderers on Friday will blow the series wide open.


Banks want economy plans in Sona

As Presidency announces task team between business and government.

Gupta’s Oakbay down 75.23%

Stock appears to have fallen on one trade.

Some MTN, Vodacom costs ‘increased by 400%’

Denied permission to intervene in Autopage merger.

Deloitte: Inclusive growth key to mining’s future

Have to appreciate that everyone wins, or loses, together.


At least 30 dead in Mexico prison riot: reports

At least 30 people died in a pre-dawn prison riot in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey on Thursday, as smoke billowed from the building, local media reported.

Holocaust-denying ‘Nazi grandma’ tries to attend ex-SS guard trial

Police officers shielded Ursula Haverbeck from physical harrassment, and she eventually left the site in a car.

4.5 million pupils in OECD nations ‘failing at 15’: report

Around 4.5 million pupils in OECD countries have failed to attain a sufficient level of proficiency in either reading, maths or science at the age of 15, according to a new study released by the think-tank on Wednesday.

FBI surrounds last four protesters in Oregon standoff

The FBI surrounded the last protesters holed up at a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon amid reports they will surrender on Thursday, suggesting the weeks-long armed siege is approaching a climax.


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