#News24 ICYMI: Looters eye the PIC - Nzimande; SA actress bags international nomination; and DA 'probably won't' appeal party funding ruling

2017-09-27 18:25
Thuso Mbedu (File, Gallo Images)

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Cape Town - The DA says it "probably won't" appeal the ruling that parties should disclose funding information; Cosatu demands contracts awarded to Gupta-owned companies be reviewed; and Springbok Franco Smith believes it's incorrect that the side's back three are struggling.

Here is a list of some of  our top stories:

We 'probably won't' appeal party funding ruling - DA

DA federal council chairperson James Selfe says the party "probably won't" appeal the Western Cape High Court's ruling that political parties should disclose private funding information.

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SAA confirms flight cuts and reductions on key domestic routes

South African Airways says it will be cutting flights on its Port Elizabeth and East London routes, from the end of October - and that only aircraft capacity changes will be made to its Cape Town - Johannesburg flight routes for now.

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Retract KPMG 'rogue unit' report in full, insists Van Loggerenberg

Former South African Revenue Service group executive Johann van Loggerenberg has called on KPMG South Africa to “immediately” withdraw the totality of its controversial ‘rogue unit’ report, not just the conclusions and findings.


South African actress bags International Emmy nomination

Is'thunzi star Thuso Mbedu has bagged her first international award nomination.

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Looters have their eyes on the PIC - Nzimande

SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande on Wednesday urged workers to take an interest in their pension funds because the "looters" had their eyes on it.

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ANN7 agrees to apologise 'unreservedly' to Derek Hanekom

TV news channel ANN7 has agreed to apologise "unreservedly" to former tourism minister Derek Hanekom for false and damaging allegations made about him during one of their programmes.


Mother admits to strangling 11-month-old baby after arguing with boyfriend

A young mother who allegedly confessed to strangling her 11-month-old baby before throwing him in a pit toilet is expected to appear in court on Wednesday, police said.

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Van Breda loses application, decides not to testify

Judge Siraj Desai has ruled that Henri Van Breda will testify first in accordance with the Criminal Procedure Act should he decide to take to the witness stand, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday.

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Cosatu demands cancelling of Gupta company contracts

Trade union federation Cosatu on Wednesday demanded that contracts awarded to Gupta-owned companies be reviewed.

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Bok back three defensive woes a 'perception'

Springbok backline coach Franco Smith believes it's an incorrect perception that the side's back three struggles both defensively and in dealing with the high ball.

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