If we don’t try we will never know! – “There are as many experts on beach erosion as there are residents in St Francis Bay”.
MTN Baywest robbery suspects were from Cape Town – All five suspects arrested for the MTN Baywest Mall heist over the weekend came to the Bay from Cape Town
Multichoice take film production masterclasses to the Eastern Cape – Multichoice and the Department of Arts and Culture in the province have partnered to up skill Eastern Cape youth in improving their skills in the video entertainment industry.
Murder of Eastern Cape horseracing mogul sparks fears of ‘revenge killing’ – Speakers at Anele Luntinto’s funeral made it clear they believe that jealousy over his spectacular run of wins – and feuds over cattle and horses in the area – were behind the violence.
South Africa & African Continent
Farm killings and land grabs: AfriForum reports Ramaphosa to the UN – AfriForum deputy CEO Ernst Roets said the complaint stemmed from a statement Ramaphosa made on farm murders and land grabs during a visit to the US in September 2018.
‘Ten years ago there was a pupil who perished here,’ says SAHRC at lodge where pupil drowned – Enoch Mpianzi was not the first young person to drown at the resort that hosted the recent school orientation camp that ended in tragedy.
Sex, lies, physical assault & court rigging — all in a day’s work for John Hlophe, claims his deputy – In an unprecedented move in South African legal history, a Deputy Judge President has accused a Judge President of attempting to influence judicial appointments, assaulting fellow judges, sexual impropriety and creating a climate of hostility and fear in chambers.
EXCLUSIVES | We interview Eskom CEO André de Ruyter: Big changes are coming – Big changes are coming at Eskom – but exactly what they will be depends on a crucial board meeting at the end of this month.
Amigos case’ comes back to haunt ANC at Zondo commission – The case involved political heavyweights Mike Mabuyakhulu and Peggy Nkonyeni, but the charges were withdrawn.
What might a rescued SAA look like? – It should’ve been made to offload domestic routes to Mango years ago
SAA’s business rescue efforts are being sabotaged deliberately, says Numsa and Sacca – The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the South African Cabin Crew Association have expressed concern over developments at the national carrier, SAA.
Good news if you are experiencing slow Internet – Openserve has released a statement confirming that the process of repairing the broken SAT3/WASC and WACS cables has begun.
Australian Open 2020:
Day three – live! – Updates from the conclusion of the opening round from Melbourne Park
No Faf in ODIs as Quinton de Kock takes over reins – The mercurial wicketkeeper-batsman has previously been identified as a future leader at national level.
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TODAY 22 January
Former Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull says Trump is the world’s ‘leading climate denier’
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