Best of City Press: Sunday June 24

2018-06-24 21:30

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In case you missed it, here are the main stories and analysis from Sunday's City Press

How VBS was plundered

Bank statements show how a king and some of the bank’s former executives allegedly looted millions to pay for luxury cars, home loans and clothing.

Magashule lashes out at 'third force' as court rules ANC Limpopo conference must continue

ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has lashed out at a “third force” which he claims is sponsoring instability in the party, as it battles to rein in “selfish” members who insist on taking the party to court.

Stop talking down to us, new North West premier demands

National government’s patronising “father-son relationship” with North West must stop, new Premier Job Mokgoro has said.

Nomvula Mokonyane's bling wheels don't turn

An Audi Q7 that the cash-strapped water and sanitation department bought its minister, Nomvula Mokonyane, three weeks before she was reshuffled, is gathering dust.

The DA wants Lindiwe Mazibuko back

DA members in both Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal are holding their collective breath in the hope that former parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko will heed the call to stand as a premier candidate.

Losing their manhood in becoming men

In the past 12 years, more than 800 men and teenage boys have had their penises amputated after botched traditional circumcision procedures.

Opinion: The normality of mayhem

Traffic blockades cannot be normal. But they are. We have become so accustomed to these protests that we don’t blink any more, writes Mondli Makhanya.

Guest column: Have we truly transcended the legacy of our unjust past?

We’ve all been contaminated by racism and bigotry and are in need of a wholesale detox, writes Thuli Madonsela.

Springboks are not yet out of the woods

Last year, the Springboks had just concluded a whitewash of France in what many read as the new dawn of Allister Coetzee’s short-lived tenure.

Musos say Arthur Mafokate must go following alleged Cici assault

Musicians say kwaito star Arthur Mafokate must “recuse himself or be recused” from the SA Music Rights Association board until he is cleared by the courts of assaulting singer Cici.


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