WATCH: Jacob Zuma roasted at Stofile’s funeral

Zuma came in for some very unexpected and brutally harsh criticism from former director-general Sipho Pityana on Thursday.

The half-hour speech of Pityana at the funeral of his friend, reverend and former sports minister Makhenkesi Stofile, produced a no-holds-barred attack on President Jacob Zuma in Port Elizabeth that had social media in a buzz on Thursday.

WATCH: Jacob Zuma roasted at Stofile’s funeral

WATCH: Jacob Zuma roasted at Stofile’s funeral

Zuma came in for some very unexpected and brutally harsh criticism from former director-general Sipho Pityana on Thursday.

Trevor Noah slams Malema, Zuma, reveals SABC turned his show down

Trevor Noah slams Malema, Zuma, reveals SABC turned his show down

In an exclusive and rare sit-down interview with eNCA, Trevor Noah spoke to Jeremy Maggs about politics, the SABC, writing a book and his morning routine.
WATCH: How Malema predicted Gordhan’s arrest

WATCH: How Malema predicted Gordhan’s arrest

The EFF commander in chief always seems to know things no one else does. He’s pretty accurate, it seems, at predicting the future too.
Zimbabweans come to SA to steal, says magistrate

Zimbabweans come to SA to steal, says magistrate

The magistrate stating Dube was the third Zimbabwean she had seen that day, that it was ‘forever housebreaking and theft or theft’, raised alarm in legal circles.
15 children, 7 adults rescued from human trafficking in roadblock

15 children, 7 adults rescued from human trafficking in roadblock

Fifteen children and seven adults were rescued after a bakkie was stopped during a roadblock on the R21 near the Nellmapius Drive offramp, Centurion, on Thursday morning.
E-tolls are here to stay, says Mashaba

E-tolls are here to stay, says Mashaba

There is nothing Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba can do about e-tolls, as it is out of his jurisdiction.
60% white = diverse, says DA

60% white = diverse, says DA

Nelson Mandela Bay’s new mayor announced his executive team this week, and it features majority males and white people. The DA isn’t saying what definition of ‘diverse’ it’s using.

Body with bullet through head found in PTA cemetery

The body was discovered by passers-by who noticed a white Nissan X-trail vehicle parked inside the cemetery.

Police warn of new electric gate break-in trend

The culprits have a frequency scanner with which they open the gates and set off the alarms.

Desmond Tutu to a Cape Town hospital

He is expected to remain in hospital for a week or two.

SA universities ‘in financial crisis’

A reply to a DA parliamentary question has revealed the extent of the financial crisis faced by university’s across the country.

Six suspects steal perfume from Clicks

The armed suspects stole only perfume to the value of R200 000

Dipuo Peters denies stopping probe into irregularities at Prasa

The minister was responding to claims by the DA, suggesting she wrote a letter asking Prasa to stop the investigation into irregularities

Blessee Amanda Cele wants to get Nasty with teen rapper

Amanda Cele seems to be making her way through the celebrity circles.

Teko wants to end career at Sundowns

Teko Modise says he hopes to remain at Mamelodi Sundowns until the end of his playing days.

your life

Trevor Noah slams Malema, Zuma, reveals SABC turned his show down

In an exclusive and rare sit-down interview with eNCA, Trevor Noah spoke to Jeremy Maggs about politics, the SABC, writing a book and his morning routine.

Blessee Amanda Cele wants to get Nasty with teen rapper

Amanda Cele seems to be making her way through the celebrity circles.

Bonang or Dj Zinhle? Wayde van Niekerk takes on Q&A

Ever wondered if the Olympic gold medallist took sides in the whole DJ Zinhle/Bonang Matheba saga?

The future of sound

Dolby brings ‘sound objects’ to the living room, writes Arthur Goldstuck.

sport

Is Jali on his way back to Pirates?

Andile Jali has again got the Orlando Pirates fans talking about his possible return to the club after he tweeted something that seems to suggest he is flying home to the Buccaneers.

Baroka announce Aucho signing

Baroka FC have confirmed the signing of Ugandan midfielder Khalid Aucho from Gor Mahia.

Philander not waiting to make an impact

The Proteas have crashed to number seven in the official Test rankings but Philander is confident they can start the long process back to the top.

Teko wants to end career at Sundowns

Teko Modise says he hopes to remain at Mamelodi Sundowns until the end of his playing days.

business

Zimbabwe energy distributor scales up debt recovery rate

The parent energy company says it needs to pay for power imports from regional countries such as South Africa and Mozambique.

Gold price increase sends Sibanye profits past R5bn

Sibanye chief executive Neal Froneman said the first half of 2016 had been very positive for mining companies and gold producers in particular.

world

Hours-long attack on Kabul American university kills 12

The attack began just after dusk, when the private university is usually packed with students, many of them working professionals doing part-time courses.

N. Korea leader says missile test ‘greatest success’

Earlier this month, North Korea fired a land-launched ballistic missile directly into Japanese-controlled waters for the first time.

Assange warns of forthcoming ‘significant’ Clinton leaks

Speaking to Fox News on Wednesday, Assange said WikiLeaks was combing through thousands of pages of material.

Italy quake death toll nears 250 as questions mount

Questions mounted as to why there had been so many deaths so soon after the 2009 L’Aquila disaster, exposing Italy’s vulnerability to earthquakes.

opinion

Blatter muddies soccer’s water

Sepp Blatter, the discredited former head of football’s world controlling body Fifa, cannot be faulted for a lack of tenacity.

Women the ‘rocks’ of the nation

Water is life and women are doing everything possible, even putting their lives at risk, to ensure their families have access to the source of life.

New DA mayors must be wary

The newly established mayors will have to be doubly wary of making any empty promises and delivering on those they believe can come to fruition.

We must support our athletes

They are expected to perform to the best of their abilities, but government lets them down.

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