Hofmeyr now wants a Wexit

The singer-activist has casually longed for the secession of the Western Cape from the rest of SA.

Afrikaner rights activist Steve Hofmeyr is now longing for a sort of Brexit of his own, and even casually tweeted that a Wexit, the exit of the Western Cape from South Africa, might be possible.

Hofmeyr now wants a Wexit

Hofmeyr now wants a Wexit

The singer-activist has casually longed for the secession of the Western Cape from the rest of SA.

Bafana edge Botswana to clinch Cosafa Cup title

Bafana edge Botswana to clinch Cosafa Cup title

Bafana Bafana overcame stern resistance from a determined Botswana side to win the 2016 Cosafa Cup with a 3-2 victory at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Namibia on Saturday night.
Boks take series after thrilling third Test

Boks take series after thrilling third Test

Elton Jantjies stretched the Boks lead further to 19-10 by the 68th minute.
Youth need to prove they can lead – Zuma

Youth need to prove they can lead – Zuma

Zuma was referring to Maine’s call for the ANC’s old guard to stand aside and let the youth take control.
Joburg clinics will be open 24 hours, Mashaba promises

Joburg clinics will be open 24 hours, Mashaba promises

Clinics in informal settlements face a myriad of problems.
DA’s Phumzile van Damme ‘too black’ to book a table

DA’s Phumzile van Damme ‘too black’ to book a table

The DA’s spokesperson says she is serious about giving a ‘racist’ restaurant a piece of her mind tonight.
UCT to change name of Jameson Hall

UCT to change name of Jameson Hall

The task team first obtained legal opinion confirming that there was no legal or heritage reason why the name could not be changed.

Rabada to show his class again

Jockey Anton Marcus will be aboard Rabada.

Woman critical, three injured in Roodepoort car crash

The cause of the accident was unknown.

Zanu-PF fired me for fighting corruption – Mujuru

She is saddened by the way war veterans were being treated by Zanu-PF.

Two die in Gauteng car crash

The cause of the accident was unknown.

Mashaba makes two changes for Cosafa Cup final

Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has made two changes for the Cosafa Castle Cup final clash against Botswana which will be played on Saturday, at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Namibia.

Youth must take over SA leadership – ANCYL

The youth also wanted a state-owned bank and a rapid resolution of the land question.

Woman robbed, assaulted in Joburg parking lot

She was approached by suspects who robbed and assaulted her.

South Africans withdraw from genocide conference in Israel

Adhikari is vice president of the INoGS.

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I wanna be American – Cassper Nyovest

Not only is he influenced by American culture, but Cassper also believes he is the Kanye West of Mzansi.

‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ is superficial but slick

This popcorn threat to humanity turns into a phony spectacle so overwhelming, all that remains intact are the actors’ egos.

‘Central Intelligence’: Perfect blend of muscles and humour

Muscles combine with brains to combat political corruption.

‘I Saw The Light’ movie: Sex, drugs and country!

Country-and-western star Hank Williams’s talent and short-lived career are methodically brought to life.

sport

Bafana edge Botswana to clinch Cosafa Cup title

Bafana Bafana overcame stern resistance from a determined Botswana side to win the 2016 Cosafa Cup with a 3-2 victory at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Namibia on Saturday night.

Viljoen, Alkana win African titles

Alkana stormed to victory in 13.43 seconds.

Mashaba makes two changes for Cosafa Cup final

Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has made two changes for the Cosafa Castle Cup final clash against Botswana which will be played on Saturday, at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Namibia.

West Indies topple South Africa in Tri-Nation

Darren Bravo’s third hundred and impressive fast bowling from Shannon Gabriel propelled the West Indies to a 100-run win over South Africa in the ninth and final preliminary match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

business

Brexit fallout was ‘overreaction’ – Old Mutual

Britain’s phased-in departure from the EU is unlikely to have much long-term effects on the markets, Old Mutual says.

Global markets lose $2.1 trillion in Brexit rout

Britain’s shock vote to pull out of the European Union wiped $2.1 trillion from global equity markets Friday as traders panicked in the face of a new threat to the global economy.

Brexit: SA farmers worry over billions in exports

Western Cape farmers are saying they are now concerned about access to one of their biggest export markets.

Bank of England to take to ‘all necessary steps’

The Bank of England will take “all necessary steps” to ensure monetary and financial stability after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, it said on Friday.

world

European leaders discuss EU future after Brexit shock

Founding EU members held a crisis meeting Saturday on the future of the bloc after Britain’s seismic vote to leave the union and the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron.

US military to lift transgender ban

The Pentagon is set to lift its ban on transgender troops within the coming weeks, US media reported Friday.

British press divided over ‘earthquake’ EU vote

Reflecting the divided nature of the country, Britain’s newspapers were Saturday polarised over the “Brexit earthquake”, some calling it the “birth of a new Britain,” others asking “what the hell happens now?”

Sanders says will vote for Clinton in US election

Bernie Sanders said Friday he will vote for Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election in November, bowing to his rival for the Democratic nomination but stopping short of endorsing her.

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