Best of City Press: When will Zuma go?; Drought crisis? Turn air into water; and Suicide watch ahead of matric results

2017-12-24 18:18
President Jacob Zuma at the ANC elective conference. (Themba Hadebe/AP)

President Jacob Zuma at the ANC elective conference. (Themba Hadebe/AP)

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Cape Town – As the dams run dry in Cape Town, locals find other means of obtaining water; President Jacob Zuma is advised to step down voluntarily; avoid the drama and tension this Christmas.

When will Zuma go? It's a matter of time

A delegation from the newly elected ANC leadership will be dispatched to President Jacob Zuma to advise him to step down voluntarily, as pressure mounts on him to immediately give Cyril Ramaphosa space to rebuild the party’s battered image.

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ANC fears KZN voters will punish party at 2019 polls

The KwaZulu-Natal ANC’s failure to secure a spot in the party’s top six has sparked fears that voters in the province will punish the party at the polls in 2019.

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Arrive alive with patience and daylight

The essential thing to take with you on your travels over the holiday period is patience. As the roads get busier and people look forward to arriving at their destinations, frustration tends to boil over, resulting in accidents.

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Less phuza, more play this festive season

Work is out and so is school, and you are probably tempted to leave your children to their own devices – such as playing on their tablets and watching TV.

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Newsmaker: The Cyril you don't know

In high school, Cyril Ramaphosa used to sing, dance and preach, which earned him the chairpersonship of the Students’ Christian Movement.

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Suicide watch – the anxious wait for matric results

Xoliswa Dube is on tenterhooks ahead of the release of her matric results.

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Mahlobo’s angry ‘slave’ cops

The police officers guarding Energy Minister David Mahlobo’s uninhabited private house are “gatvol” of the “smelly garage”, “old sofas” and dark toilet they have to use.

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Drought crisis? Just turn the air into water

As Cape Town’s dams run dry, a local entrepreneur has started to sell water that has been produced by turning air into the scare resource.

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How to enjoy Christmas amid family tensions

Do you grin and bear the tension when you are around family members you don’t get along with at the annual Christmas lunch?

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Read more on:    cyril ­ramaphosa  |  jacob zuma  |  david mahlobo  |  anc  |  water crisis  |  christmas

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