2017-01-20 16:41:18.0

Gupta media outlets raked in R419m a year - affidavit

Controversial Gupta-owned media outlets The New Age (TNA) newspaper and 24-hour news channel African News Network 7 (ANN7) raked R419-million in revenue for the financial year ending February 2016.
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu. Picture Credit: Gallo Images

EFF is gearing up for 2019 national elections

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is convinced that its election machinery will be stronger in the 2019 national elections‚ which the party says will mark the exit of the ruling party.

Lonmin’s plan to build housing for 11 500 hampered by low platinum price

Lonmin‚ the world’s third-largest platinum miner‚ still has to build accommodation for 11 500 of its employees‚ but the weak platinum price is working against major housing investment‚ chief executive Ben Magara said on Friday.
07 September 2016. LISTEN UP: Acting police commissioner Lieutenant-General  Khomotso   Phahlane  has introduced a back-to-basics strategy for everything from how police relate to the public to handling crime scenes professionally. Pic: Simphiwe Nkwali. © Sunday Times.

Phahlane’s prospects for Phiyega’s job damaged by corruption probe

Corruption and defeating the ends of justice accusations hanging over acting police commissioner Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane’s head are harmful to his prospect of being appointed to the post permanently‚ the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) has said.

12 ‘emergency’ schools to be built – Panyaza Lesufi

The Gauteng department of education is building 12 emergency schools, as it battles to place more than 19000 pupils in grades 1 and 8.

No money yet from Lily Mine

The family of one of the three workers who are trapped at Lily Mine Barbeton say they never received the money they were promised last year.

SABC deny Umhlobo Wenene bribery scandal

SABC spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago has denied that the broadcaster is taking action against Umhlobo Wenene radio presenter Nomonde Vakalisa‚ after the gospel host was accused of soliciting bribes for interviews on her radio show.

Pastor Mboro wants to move Lundi Tyamara to a private hospital - and pay for it

Pastor Mboro has confirmed that he has made an offer to the family of gospel singer Lundi Tyamara to pay for him to be moved to a private hospital.
Brandon-Lee Thulsie and Tony-Lee Thulsie. Picture Credit: Facebook (via TimesLIVE)

Court to rule next week on state’s foreign evidence postponement in Thulsie terror case

The twin brothers accused of planning acts of terrorism will know next week whether the prosecution will be allowed time to investigate their case with international help.
Thandi Klaasen during the interview with Sowetan at her home in Alberton. Photo Ziphozonke Lushaba © Sowetan

‘Thandi Klaasen more famous in death’- Hugh Masekela angry over fake sympathy for late jazz legend

The late Thandi Klaasen is more famous in death than she was in life.
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