26 May 2016, 17:06:16

‘Please Call Me’ inventor,Nkosana Makate, may lose 50% of Vodacom payout

Vodacom has confirmed that it has received a request for the delay in payment of Nkosana Makate‚ who invented Please Call Me‚ as the funders of his legal bid had a prior agreement with him.

Taxi owners called to account over high death toll

Gauteng MEC of Community Safety Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane is planning to hold massive meeting with all the minibus taxi operators in the province to address the issue of road safety.
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Trump secures delegates needed to clinch Republican presidential nomination

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to secure the party’s presidential nomination, the Associated Press reported on Thursday, citing its own delegate count.
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Tree smashes through car window‚ driver and passenger badly hurt

Two people were critically injured on Thursday when the driver seemingly lost control of the car and crashed into a tree. A tree branch smashed through one of the vehicle’s windows‚ injuring both the driver and the passenger‚ ER24 said.

S'bu Ndebele still South Africa's high commissioner to Australia: Government

S’bu Ndebele‚ South Africa’s High Commissioner to Australia‚ remains in his position despite reports to the contrary‚ the Department of International Relations and Cooperation said on Thursday.

Zimbabwe pardons 2,000 prisoners, asks them to quit crime

Zimbabwe has pardoned 2,000 prisoners to make space in its overcrowded jails with authorities appealing to the released convicts not to return to a life of crime, state media reported Thursday.

SABC local content quota to extend to TV from July- Kaizer Kganyago

Only weeks after announcing a 90% local music quota across its 18 radio stations‚ the SABC has reaffirmed its commitment to increasing the amount of local content on its television platforms.

Muvhango boss Duma Ndlovu responds to alleged actors’ contracts dispute

Muvhango creator Duma Ndlovu has for the first time broken his silence on media reports that he failed to give his actors three-year contracts besides strict instructions from SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng to do so.
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Fibrosis is an 'African problem': Berlin hospital tells actress Xolile Tshabalala

A “world-class” facility in Berlin could not treat former Generations actress Xolile Tshabalala when she was diagnosed with fibrosis after suffering a miscarriage because it is an “African problem”.

'More than 7500 Gupta employees could lose their jobs by next month'

Employees of the Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments have only one month to find new jobs if South African major banks do not reopen Oakbay Investments accounts.
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