Live report: Wits runs poll on whether lectures should resume

Updates on student protests countrywide.

The University of Witwatersrand (Wits) on Monday ran a poll to allow students and staff to voice their opinion on whether lectures should resume next week or not.

Boeremag two lose bid to appeal

Boeremag two lose bid to appeal

The brothers claimed they never had a fair trial and should have been classified as prisoners of war before the start of the trial.
Ooops! Cassper Nyovest uses wrong phone

Ooops! Cassper Nyovest uses wrong phone

Did Cassper just commit a brand sponsorship faux pas?
Today is not Pearl Thusi Day – Ntsiki Mazwai

Today is not Pearl Thusi Day – Ntsiki Mazwai

The poet thinks South Africans’ values are misplaced if they think being hired by Americans is more important than celebrating ‘Winnie Mandela Day’.
If you say I’m a spy, be smart enough to know spies use codes – Madonsela

If you say I’m a spy, be smart enough to know spies use codes – Madonsela

With allegations of being a spy continuously following her, Madonsela says her detractors could have done a far better job of ‘framing her’.
Repo men ready to pounce on Zuma’s biggest fan

Repo men ready to pounce on Zuma’s biggest fan

The fleet of ANC-branded vehicles owned by self-proclaimed king of kwasa kwasa, Malo Botsheba, are R300K behind in instalments.
Holomisa wants urgent meeting on ‘ANC-IEC war’

Holomisa wants urgent meeting on ‘ANC-IEC war’

Holomisa says the IEC’s leadership composition needs to be ‘urgently scrutinised’ to ascertain whether they’re in the service of the ANC or the nation.

PSL hails Sundowns for reaching Caf final

Premier Soccer League acting Chief Executive, Mato Madlala has heaped praises on Mamelodi Sundowns for reaching the Caf Champions League semi-finals.

Released prisoner hijacks vehicle in KZN

A high-speed chase by police ended with the thief ditching the vehicle and taking off on foot.

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.

Intensive control strategies decrease locally acquired malaria

The national malaria control programme has been successful in achieving a number of goals through various interventions.

Concerned parent warns against abusive preschools

The parent warns other parents and guardians to pick a preschool for their child carefully.

Masango set to jon SuperSport in January?

SuperSport United have not given up on bringing former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Mandla Masango back from Denmark.

Buses shot at in Pretoria

A white Mercedes-Benz is suspected of involvement in the attacks.

Twitter bashes Unathi over beaded wig

Viewers were just not feeling the wig she wore on yesterday’s episode of Idols.

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Twitter bashes Unathi over beaded wig

Viewers were just not feeling the wig she wore on yesterday’s episode of Idols.

PIC: Cassper shows off his six-pack

The rapper has once again showed his fans that hard work yields good results.

Today is not Pearl Thusi Day – Ntsiki Mazwai

The poet thinks South Africans’ values are misplaced if they think being hired by Americans is more important than celebrating ‘Winnie Mandela Day’.

Watch: A glimpse of Pearl Thusi on US series Quantico

The wait is finally over and Mzansi viewers can watch one of Mzansi’s It-girls, Pearl Thusi, on screen this evening at 8 on M-Net’s Vuzu AMP (DStv channel 103).

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Masango set to jon SuperSport in January?

SuperSport United have not given up on bringing former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Mandla Masango back from Denmark.

Stars looking to sign Zesco’s Were

Free State Stars are looking to sign Zesco United’s Jackson Jesse Were as the team look to rebuild after selling many of their stars during the transfer window.

Nobody remembers number two – Motsepe

Following Mamelodi Sundowns’ achievement of reaching the Caf Champions League, club president Patrice Motsepe reckons that there is still a long way to go.

Lwandamina rues Caf semis’ first leg mistakes

Zesco United head coach George Lwandamina believes his side gave away their Caf Champions League final spot to Mamelodi Sundowns in the first leg in Ndola.

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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.

Boks resume their preparations

The Springboks received a clean bill of health of Monday in Fourways as they started their preparations for the Rugby Championship Test against Australia at Loftus on Saturday.

Golf legend Arnold Palmer dies at 87

One of the big three names from golfing heritage, ‘The King’, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus’ rival, passed on on Sunday.

Bavuma to the fore as SA start campaign with emphatic win

Thanks to Bavuma, the Proteas eventually beat Ireland by 206 runs.

business

SA’s largest export product: Rich people

Welcome to the land of the everything for free….

Airports Company achieves 96% of objectives

Halts capacity expansion as regulator stalls tariff decision.

Davies urges Tesla to invest in SA

The minister wants billionaire Elon Musk to help boost his country of birth.

Zama-zamas here to stay, top mining lawyer says

Widespread poverty will continue feeding the desperation that keeps zama-zamas going underground, top lawyer says.

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The US presidential debate: what you need to know

Monday’s US presidential debate, a combat of titans pitting the Democrat Hillary Clinton against the Republican Donald Trump, is sure to be a major moment in the campaign, with just six weeks left before the November 8 election.

Four dead in Washington state mall, gunman on the run

A manhunt was under way after a gunman killed at least four people and wounded one other late Friday during a shooting at a mall in the US state of Washington.

Italy PM vows to restore quake towns to former glory

The quake, which had a magnitude of 6.0 to 6.2, hit central Italy in the early hours of August 24.

Saudi-led raids kill 20 civilians in Yemen rebel port

The strikes were also reported by the rebel administration in the capital Sanaa, which said there were civilian casualties but gave no specific toll.

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A dog by any other name …

When you mistake your dogs’ names for your kids’ and your kids’ for your dogs’.

Soon we’ll have a Ministry of Being a Minister

The levels of absurdity to which SA politics has descended means the easiest job in SA right now must be to work as a political cartoonist.

Who IS wants as US leader

The jihadists want to come to power somewhere but they do not have enough support. So now they use others. Enter the next US president.

SA not world’s most corrupt country (yet)

If you’ve heard someone telling you at dinner this week that SA is now the world’s most corrupt country, this is probably why.

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