Tambos and Mandelas free to vote EFF – Tokyo

ANC veterans say Thabo Mbeki has an obligation to support the ANC – but it’s still a free country, says Sexwale.

If a Tambo or a Mandela family member were to leave the ANC tomorrow and join another political party, the move should not be seen as a crime, according to struggle veteran Tokyo Sexwale.

Tambos and Mandelas free to vote EFF – Tokyo

Tambos and Mandelas free to vote EFF – Tokyo

ANC veterans say Thabo Mbeki has an obligation to support the ANC – but it’s still a free country, says Sexwale.

Fransman deluding himself that he’s back – ANC

Fransman deluding himself that he’s back – ANC

The suspended ANC chairperson imposed himself at campaign events last week and ’embarrassed ANC elections head Nomvula Mokonyane’.
Snow, floods and cold cause chaos

Snow, floods and cold cause chaos

KZN is close to having disaster management teams deployed as inclement weather conditions persist.
MK vets: We’ll stop the KZN killings

MK vets: We’ll stop the KZN killings

ANC veterans say they don’t know where the political violence is coming from and who’s behind it, but they are now on the case.
‘Mugabe will be gone by August 31’

‘Mugabe will be gone by August 31’

Youths in Zimbabwe have declared that all the 92-year-old remains good for now is to ‘be in an old people’s home’.
Maimane: Mbeki campaigning for ANC would be disingenuous

Maimane: Mbeki campaigning for ANC would be disingenuous

Maimane said Zuma has been dividing SA on the basis of race, and Mbeki would be disingenuous if he hit the campaign trail for a compromised ruling party.
Nats joined the ANC too … don’t forget that – Mpofu

Nats joined the ANC too … don’t forget that – Mpofu

In the wake of President Zuma calling the DA the offspring of the National Party, EFF chairperson Dali Mpofu has had a twar with Mzwanele Manyi about the NNP joining the ANC.

Lions scrumhalf in doubt for semifinal

Coach Johan Ackermann said several players suffered from bruised ribs in their tough quarterfinal against the Crusaders.

Extreme weather to batter Western Cape

Parts of the province should brace for rain storms, flooding, gale force winds, flooding, and high seas, with waves of up to 6m.

Mom ‘confesses to strangling daughter’

A mother has allegedly confessed to strangling her nine-year-old daughter, Michelle Koekemoer.

Little Miss Universe Zenande is only just beginning

Young beauty queen Zenande will represent South Africa in New York after scooping the Little Miss Universe crown in Turkey last month.

Ackers: Home is where the heart is

The Lions coach has asked the fans to pack the rafters of Ellis Park for their semi against the Highlanders, as filling the iconic stadium was always his big goal.

‘Failed NFP/ANC coalition sends voters to IFP’

A number of ‎former IFP municipalities were divided up. A deal was later struck between the ANC and NFP to enter into coalitions.

Motorists asked to be careful on flooded roads

Motorists in KZN are urged to drive with extreme caution as heavy rainfall has caused roads to flood.

Midrand Turkish mosque denies involvement in failed coup

‘We face baseless and irresponsible accusations about our institution.’

your life

Cassper Nyovest releases ‘Big $pendah’ video

Cassper Nyovest’s latest track, ‘Mr Madumane (Big $pendah)’, was released on Saturday at an exclusive event in Maboneng.

‘Uzalo’: Ayanda, Sibahle conspire to bring Pastor Nkosi down

Here’s what’s coming up this week on ‘Uzalo’.

Lebese looks for ‘personal trainer’ after Khune’s break-up

Hours after Sbahle Mpisane announced her breakup from Khune, the Kaizer Chiefs midfielder tweeted he was looking for a fitness trainer.

Dineo Ranaka’s PR rep drops her

It seems the main reason for their ‘break-up’ is Ranaka’s refusal to publicly apologise to ‘matric dance dress’ fan Mnisi.

sport

FINA swift to act as IOC ‘passes buck’ on Russia

The legal battle to compete in next month’s Olympics began Monday as Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova was the first to appeal her exclusion from the Rio Games by swimming body FINA, acting on criteria set out by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Lions scrumhalf in doubt for semifinal

Coach Johan Ackermann said several players suffered from bruised ribs in their tough quarterfinal against the Crusaders.

What’s in Mgosi this week?

Here is what you can look forward to in Mgosi inside your 16-pager Phakaaathi on Tuesday.

Ackers: Home is where the heart is

The Lions coach has asked the fans to pack the rafters of Ellis Park for their semi against the Highlanders, as filling the iconic stadium was always his big goal.

business

JSE apologises for multibillion-rand ‘glitch’

A ‘computer glitch’ caused R130bn to be incorrectly recorded as foreign ownership.

Opposition seeks to end further SAA financials delays

The DA blames the delay on a widely perceived stalemate between the finance minister and the presidency over the SAA board.

CoAL gets 5-year regulatory clearance for Makhado Project

The miner was granted an extension of the validity period of the environmental authorisation, extending the commencement period for an additional five years

Telkom FreeMe, Vodacom, MTN, Cell C contracts compared

It’s plain to see just how aggressive the challenger operator is being.

world

Sanders blasts ‘demagogue’ Trump, urges vote for Clinton

Vanquished White House hopeful Bernie Sanders called on supporters to get behind Hillary Clinton as the Democratic convention kicked off Monday, pressing for a united front against “demagogue” Donald Trump.

Islamic State group claims second German attack in a week

A Syrian asylum seeker who blew himself up outside a German music festival had made a video pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group, authorities said Monday, in the second attack claimed by the jihadists in Germany in a week.

Two youths dead in shooting outside Florida teen party

Two youths were killed and as many as 16 other people injured early Monday in a shooting outside a Florida nightclub as parents were picking up their children from a “teen night” event.

No we can’t: Hard-core Sanders fans reject Clinton

Die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters descended on Philadelphia for this week’s Democratic National Convention, many so irate with party flagbearer Hillary Clinton that they are prepared to contemplate the once-inconceivable alternative: President Donald Trump.

opinion

Snakes? What next, Zuma? Cockroaches?

We dare not forget the lessons of the 1990s. We must continue to behave like the South Africa of 1994, not the Rwanda of 1994.

Trump in power

Can you imagine how just his first six months might look? Could be something like this…

Hlaudi calling all the shots

We all know how this one ended.

A very Gupta supper

An iconic photograph gets a cartoonist’s spin.

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