2017-07-28 10:33:58.0

Human Rights Commission to take Edward Zuma to task

The SA Human Rights Commission says it will investigate President Jacob Zuma’s son‚ Edward‚ for his open letter to former finance minister Pravin Gordhan and former tourism minister Derek Hanekom.

AA concerned about drivers' licence backlog

The Automobile Association (AA) has raised its concern over renewals and issuing of new driving licences at various licensing stations in Gauteng‚ particularly Tshwane.

DA celebrates as Western Cape premier Helen Zille defeats ANC's motion of no confidence

The ANC in the Western Cape found itself alone as fellow opposition parties ganged up with the ruling DA to paint it as a failed party as the provincial legislature debated a motion of no confidence against Premier Helen Zille.

SA needs to think outside the box to boost the economy‚ says top economist

South Africa needs to start exploring non-traditional methods of boosting the economy‚ according to award-winning economist Nico Kelder.

Inside the opposition talks: ANC unlikely to be invited to national convention

The ANC is very unlikely to be invited to the national convention that opposition groupings are planning in a bid to change South Africa’s governance and policy directions.

Shabir Shaik still ‘terminally ill’ after 8 years - but can work and attend sports

Eight years after being released on parole for “health reasons”‚ convicted fraudster Shabir Shaik is still regarded as being “terminally ill” — despite his house arrest conditions being relaxed so that he can work and attend sports should he wish to.

Mandela was the ‘main victim’ of his doctor's controversial book‚ says Nelson Mandela Foundation

The Nelson Mandela Foundation has torn into Madiba’s former doctor over his book Mandela’s Last Years‚ saying that Dr Vejay Ramlakan’s book “demonstrates both ignorance and prejudice” and overstepped the mark.

Inquest told police sergeant was praised for his role in Timol's death

The inquest into activist Ahmed Timol’s death held in the Pretoria high court heard on Thursday that former apartheid police Sergeant Joao Rodriguez was praised by the police top brass for his role in the death.

OUTA wants credible investigation into Eskom's CFO

Welcoming the suspension of Eskom CFO Anoj Singh‚ the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) has called for a genuine investigation into his activities.
Kelly Khumalo fluffing things up a bit

Picture of the day: Kelly Khumalo fluffing things up a bit

Kelly Khumalo fluffing things up a bit. "#ThatGirlKellyKhumalo dressed by @tsotetsikl hair by @ttbsalon makeup by @nikkipitso", posted Kelly on Instagram.
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