‘Zuma will be impeached’

That man has admitted … what more do you want, asks EFF leader, Malema.

EFF MPs left the National Assembly “unharmed” after last night disrupting President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address (Sona), this time chanting a new slogan – #ZuptaMustFall.

‘Zuma will be impeached’

‘Zuma will be impeached’

That man has admitted … what more do you want, asks EFF leader, Malema.

JZ fails to surprise with cuts, economy

JZ fails to surprise with cuts, economy

Finance minister will lead an economic task team to turn the current financial situation around.
Thuli confirms meeting with Zuma before case

Thuli confirms meeting with Zuma before case

“It was still underpinned by good faith, he had a view, I had a view and now we have the same view.”
Zuma ‘has no respect for the Constitution’

Zuma ‘has no respect for the Constitution’

“He has been lying under oath and ceases to uphold the Constitution” says Lekota.

Rescue operations slowed down at Lily Mine

The mineworkers have been trapped since Friday last week.

More rain, please, Mother Nature

Water is one of the essential ingredients of life itself, yet experts have been warning us for years that South Africa’s taps will eventually run dry.

Nyangan to tame the Poly

It is still a long way to go but they do seem to have a decent filly in Nyangan, who is trained by Dean Kannemeyer.

Proteas must put fans in the pink

Today, in what is dubbed “the pink match” in support of the fight against cancer, South Africa need to produce the goods again.

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80s-inspired fashion show draws four-legged models

Donning frocks and fabrics of all colors, dogs, cats, chickens and even a lizard strutted to 80s music at a US charity event.

More divorce before 10 years

Financial stress and internet don’t help marriages, says expert.

Star Wars filmers in court after Ford broke leg

Ford, 73, was struck by a heavy door at Pinewood Studios west of London.

AKA to perform in Canada at OkayAfrica event

The event features AKA and DJ Fanatic representing South Africa, and Everyday People’s DJ Moma representing Sudan.


Australia in control in first New Zealand Test

Australia at stumps were 147-3, 36 behind New Zeal and with Khawaja 57 not out.

Proteas motivated to dazzle in pink

“We have got a good record here, not only in pink but in ODI’s in general at the Wanderers”.

Kaizer Chiefs grieve Pelé Blaschke

Kaizer Chiefs are mourning the passing of club legend Pelé Blaschke

FIFA presidential battle lands in Miami

Gianni Infantino and Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa are both expected.


Banks want economy plans in Sona

As Presidency announces task team between business and government.

Gupta’s Oakbay down 75.23%

Stock appears to have fallen on one trade.

Some MTN, Vodacom costs ‘increased by 400%’

Denied permission to intervene in Autopage merger.

Deloitte: Inclusive growth key to mining’s future

Have to appreciate that everyone wins, or loses, together.


South Korea warns North over ‘illegal’ asset freeze

South Korea warned North Korea on Friday that it had acted “illegally” in freezing the assets of South Korean companies and staff expelled from the jointly run Kaesong industrial zone.

At least 30 dead in Mexico prison riot: reports

At least 30 people died in a pre-dawn prison riot in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey on Thursday, as smoke billowed from the building, local media reported.

Holocaust-denying ‘Nazi grandma’ tries to attend ex-SS guard trial

Police officers shielded Ursula Haverbeck from physical harrassment, and she eventually left the site in a car.

4.5 million pupils in OECD nations ‘failing at 15’: report

Around 4.5 million pupils in OECD countries have failed to attain a sufficient level of proficiency in either reading, maths or science at the age of 15, according to a new study released by the think-tank on Wednesday.


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