‘ANC wants to place Tshwane metro under administration’

This apparently follows Tuesday’s chaotic scenes at a council meeting over the appointment of officials the ruling-party is opposed to.

The African National Congress (ANC) in Gauteng reportedly wants the new DA-led government in Tshwane to be put under administration, a process that would lead to fresh elections being held by the municipality’s council.

‘ANC wants to place Tshwane metro under administration’

‘ANC wants to place Tshwane metro under administration’

This apparently follows Tuesday’s chaotic scenes at a council meeting over the appointment of officials the ruling-party is opposed to.

Bittersweet decision on the humble pangolin

Bittersweet decision on the humble pangolin

Nearly 13 500 tons of pangolin scales came from Africa, all of which were seized in Hong Kong.
Zwane insists he has backing for banking sector probe

Zwane insists he has backing for banking sector probe

In a Parliamentary response to the DA, Zwane said he was not speaking in his personal capacity but in his capacity as chair of the IMC.
Varsities near tipping point

Varsities near tipping point

Vice-chancellors predict a disastrous result for education if fees demonstrations don’t stop very soon.
Black Coffee, Juju and the barbarity that slaps all our faces

Black Coffee, Juju and the barbarity that slaps all our faces

There’s little hope of eradicating the mayhem tearing SA apart while influential personalities continue selling violence as the only effective conflict resolution tool.
ANC ‘punishes’ its youth league

ANC ‘punishes’ its youth league

The ANCYL in the province says it was not informed of the decision to disband its structure.
Chiefs wallop Stars to move top of the log

Chiefs wallop Stars to move top of the log

Kaizer Chiefs notched up by far their most comfortable win of the season on Wednesday, taking down a toothless Free State Stars 2-0 at the James Motlatsi Stadium in Orkney.

Makeover at mortuaries

The department of health will also construct new Johannesburg Forensic Pathology Services.

Joburg hosts new internet exchange

Among the benefits for consumers are faster downloading times and lower costs.

Union up in arms over teacher cuts

Sadtu has warned that if the department succeeds with its plans to cut teaching jobs, it will have dire consequences on teaching in the province.

Time for Maine to put up or shut up

ANC Youth League president Collin Maine must back up his spy allegations against Madonsela or take a hike.

A classic case of double standards

It appears the ANC finds it difficult to cope playing the role of the opposition in several metros where it is not in power.

Chippa give Baroka a lesson

Newly-promoted Baroka FC saw their shaky start to the season continuing when they were outclassed by Chippa United in a 3-0 defeat at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday.

Hospital declares woman dead, family arrives to find her alive

The family had already informed other relatives about the death on Facebook when they found out she was still alive.

Man rapes neighbour’s wife

He allegedly told her it was pay back because her husband was having an affair with his own wife.

your life

Ten holiday season travelling tips

This can go a long way to ensuring you and your family stay safe.

Mbalula ‘offered Emtee R800K to compose Minnie Dlamini song’

Minnie has set the record straight on the allegation that the minister paid the ‘Pearl Thusi’ hitmaker money to write a song about her.

Why Mdu Masilela is SA’s ‘uncle bae’

Let’s be real, we haven’t been checking for Mdu Masilela in a while, but since his reappearance, we couldn’t help but notice how good he looked.

Cassper, Black Coffee receive MTV Europe Music Awards nod

It seems things are only getting better for these two, as they prepare for Europe and hopefully to bring back that award.

phakaaathi

Arrows and SuperSport share the spoils

SuperSport United goalkeeper Ronwen Williams saved a penalty in the second half to help his team hold on for a 1-1 draw in an Absa Premiership match against Golden Arrows at the Princess Magogo Stadium on Wednesday night.

Chippa give Baroka a lesson

Newly-promoted Baroka FC saw their shaky start to the season continuing when they were outclassed by Chippa United in a 3-0 defeat at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday.

Chiefs wallop Stars to move top of the log

Kaizer Chiefs notched up by far their most comfortable win of the season on Wednesday, taking down a toothless Free State Stars 2-0 at the James Motlatsi Stadium in Orkney.

Molangoane needs to make a formal apology – Malesela

Chippa United coach Dan Malesela says he will welcome back Joseph Molangoane to his squad only if the midfielder makes a public apology.

sport

Change of course is likely to suit Danza

British Royale in top form and looks the likely danger.

Bok coach has ‘no issues’

Coetzee was quick to rubbish reports that he sent an SOS to SA Rugby for ‘help’ as far as his assistant coaches are concerned.

SA looking to govern run rate better

Against Ireland in Benoni last weekend, South Africa scored just 51 runs in the 10 overs between the 30th and 40th overs, going from 187 for one to 238 for three.

Van der Burgh cleared to take banned substance – Fancy Bears

The former 100m breaststroke world record holder was among the latest group of athletes listed on the Fancy Bears website at the weekend.

business

The deadly reality of illegal mining

WARNING: HIGHLY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING PHOTOS. What’s going on in the country’s abandoned mines will blow your mind.

ArcerlorMittal SA announces terms of B-BBEE deal

South Africa’s largest steel producer ArcerlorMittal says it has started on a path of B-BBEE transformation in all aspects of its business.

MTN denies claim it moved $14bn illegally from Nigeria

‘The allegations made against MTNN are completely unfounded and without any merit.’ – MTNN chief executive Ferdi Moolman

What happens to the index when SABMiller goes?

And how do index trackers have to respond?

world

Drug lords killed, injured in Philippine jail

Prison officials said the six men involved in Wednesday’s violence were all top gang leaders who attacked each other at a maximum-security wing of the jail.

US strike kills 18, including Afghan civilians: officials

The American military said it conducted a ‘counter-terrorism airstrike in Achin’ on Wednesday, adding it was aware of claims of civilian casualties.

Police in California kill black man acting ‘erratically’

Police in a California city fatally shot a black man who had been acting erratically, prompting protesters to quickly gather and accuse officers of an unjustified killing.

MH17 downed by missile transported from Russia: inquiry

The missile which brought down Flight MH17 two years ago over eastern Ukraine was transported into the area from Russia, a Dutch-led investigation found Wednesday.

opinion

Time for Maine to put up or shut up

ANC Youth League president Collin Maine must back up his spy allegations against Madonsela or take a hike.

Black Coffee, Juju and the barbarity that slaps all our faces

There’s little hope of eradicating the mayhem tearing SA apart while influential personalities continue selling violence as the only effective conflict resolution tool.

A classic case of double standards

It appears the ANC finds it difficult to cope playing the role of the opposition in several metros where it is not in power.

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