SABC shuts out reinstated journalists

The broadcaster believes it does not need to abide by the Labour Court’s ruling since it is lodging an appeal.

The four journalists who were reinstated to their jobs on Tuesday morning by Labour Court Judge Robert la Grange will not find themselves welcome at the SABC in Auckland Park on Wednesday.

SABC shuts out reinstated journalists

SABC shuts out reinstated journalists

The broadcaster believes it does not need to abide by the Labour Court’s ruling since it is lodging an appeal.

ANC denies spending R1bn on the election

ANC denies spending R1bn on the election

The party’s treasurer-general refuses to give the true figure, but the head of elections insisted last week it had already passed R1bn.
Cyril hints that Mbeki is needed

Cyril hints that Mbeki is needed

The ANC deputy president says the ruling party needs all hands on deck, especially from ANC heavyweights.
Snakes & leaders gamble

Snakes & leaders gamble

In this board game analogy, Zuma is the symbolic snake who can take the party down.
Zuma still pondering ‘EFF-style land law’

Zuma still pondering ‘EFF-style land law’

The president is currently studying objections to the Expropriation Bill and has the option to send it back to parliament.
SABC court blow may cost taxpayers R1m ‘at least’

SABC court blow may cost taxpayers R1m ‘at least’

The two SABC seniors who decided to fire their journalists incorrectly may also be held liable for the costs.
Cops save 57 kids from traffickers

Cops save 57 kids from traffickers

The Malawian youngsters were being transported in a goods truck ‘like cattle’ when it was pulled over for speeding.

SA sees rise in violent protests

Violent protests over the election period are increasing, with mostly the Independent Electoral Commission’s (IEC) staff and resources falling prey.

PSL to meet on Stars

The Premier Soccer League executive committee, meanwhile, is set to meet on Thursday to put the whole saga to bed.

Soshanguve councillor takes ANC to court

The councillor has argued the ANC ignored its own procedures in appointing his replacement as nominee without a screening process.

Frustrated residents get criminal hideout cleaned

‘We don’t want residents to get hurt before adequate action is taken’.

Vereeniging Metrorail services delayed

The delay was caused by a violent community protest in Kliptown, Soweto.

Limpopo ‘body parts merchant’ back in court

The man was caught allegedly transporting a woman’s skull and genitals to an undisclosed client at a taxi rank in Polokwane.

Bill Clinton makes case for history-making Hillary

Hillary Clinton made history by becoming the first woman to win a major US political party’s White House nomination.

Des van Rooyen ‘anointed wrong rain queen’

There were ructions yesterday when relatives of the royal family claimed new Rain Queen Modjadji VII is a commoner.

your life

Beyonce leads MTV Video Music Award nods

Beyonce led nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards as she basked in acclaim for her intertwined film-album “Lemonade”.

Mpofu throws shade at AKA

Dali Mpofu says paying for Entity’s album was a good investment as two of the group’s members were academically successful – but not AKA.

Recipe: Beef short ribs

Tender and sticky, these ribs use Uncle Anton’s secret recipe brimming with South African ingredients we all love. Serves 4 EASY 2 hours 30 minutes.

Getting to grips with acne

Acne typically appears on the areas of skin that have the most oil (sebaceous) glands, such as your face, neck, chest, back and shoulders.

sport

Malawi reach Cosafa Under-17 Champs semis

Malawi became the second team to qualify from Group B at the 2016 COSAFA Under-17 Championships on Tuesday when they thumped Kenya 5-0 in Port Louis, Mauritius.

Wits invite Ugandan defender for trials

Uganda’s Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) defender Joseph Ochaya will head to South Africa on Thursday for a three-week trial with Bidvest Wits.

Massa joins Baroka FC

Uganda striker Geofrey Massa has completed his move to newly promoted Absa Premiership side Baroka FC from Bloemfontein Celtic.

Chippa snap up AmaZulu’s Van Heerden

Chippa United have announced the signing of AmaZulu defender Marc van Heerden on a three-year deal.

business

Minister to sue Icasa over spectrum decision

Telecoms minister Cwele has warned companies like Vodacom and MTN not to get too excited just yet.

Auto industry critical to SA’s economic prosperity – Naamsa

Exports of automotive products in 2015 accounted for R151.5 billion, representing 14.6% of total exports.

Departing Mbazima notes restructuring successes at Kumba

The labour restructuring process at Sishen resulted in R377m additional retrenchment costs in the period.

JSE error: Analysts knew something was wrong

And the revised figures may actually be good news.

world

Japan knife attacker grins before cameras

A Japanese man who admitted to murdering 19 people at a centre for the mentally disabled grinned to news cameras.

Bill Clinton makes case for history-making Hillary

Hillary Clinton made history by becoming the first woman to win a major US political party’s White House nomination.

One of France church attackers was charged for terror link: probe source

One of the two attackers who stormed a church in France and slit a priest’s throat on Tuesday had been charged with terror links and held before being freed on bail, a source close to the investigation said.

French priest’s throat slit in IS-claimed attack

The Islamic State group said Tuesday that two of its “soldiers” stormed a French church and slit a priest’s throat, the latest attack in a country already shaken to its core by a series of terror strikes.

opinion

Snakes & leaders gamble

In this board game analogy, Zuma is the symbolic snake who can take the party down.

Krejcir shows how easily corruption comes

The details around Krejcir’s prison escape attempt once again shine a light on corrupt officials.

Shameless squandering at SABC must stop

The crisis bedevilling the public broadcaster is a waste of taxpayers’ and television licence money.

Mbeki’s quiet campaigning diplomacy

This week’s ghost cartoon is a comment on the fact that former president Thabo Mbeki is yet to publicly utter the words ‘vote ANC’.

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