Zuma ‘meant every word’ when he told his ‘haters’ he was going nowhere

Former President Jacob Zuma has taken to Twitter to remind his "haters" that he is going nowhere.The previous president retweeted a video publish that made reference to his participation within the chess video games...

US govt lurches to shutdown as Trump, Democrats spar over wall | News |...

Donald Trump and congressional Democrats stood at stark odds Thursday because the president balked at a spending stopgap that accommodates no border wall funding, leaving the US authorities on the verge of a Christmastime...

Ghosn re-arrested over fresh allegations | News | World

Japanese prosecutors re-arrested former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn over contemporary allegations Friday, apparently dashing his hopes of being dwelling for Christmas within the newest twist to a rollercoaster saga.The case of the once-revered 64-year-old...

Flames engulf house linked to Colin Booysen in suspected attack

Firefighters battled a blaze at a home in Belhar, Cape City, in a suspected petrol bomb assault on Saturday.It is understood the home is owned by Cape City taxi boss and underworld determine Colin...

Engineering team drains Benoni lake as dam wall repairs continue

Metropolis of Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina says that work is underneath technique to enable a crew of engineers to evaluate the extent of the harm to a spillway at a Benoni lake in Gauteng."Ranging...

Agri SA wants more clarity on new draft Expropriation Bill

AgriSA desires extra readability on the newest incarnation of the Expropriation Invoice, of which a draft was gazetted on Friday.The draft invoice features a part that offers with expropriation with out compensation. It's broadly...

Fact checking fibbing politicians works, study finds | News | Politics

Researchers in Australia say that fact-checking can reverse the views of even probably the most dyed-in-the-wool partisans, and over time might trigger voters to shun an often-lying candidate.Scientists from the College of Western Australia,...

R80m VBS loss for homes ombud | News | National

A forensic report into the Group Scheme Ombud Service (CSOS) has beneficial that the entity ought to recuperate R80-million that was recklessly invested with the now defunct VBS Mutual Financial institution.The funding that put...

Blind ambition – busker’s decade of gospel on a Cape Town street corner

Thozama Zothe smiles broadly when a hand touches hers as a donor drops some cash into her worn-out espresso mug.She will't see how a lot cash it's, however she stops mid-song to say thanks.For...
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