#News24 ICYMI: Mugabe resigns; Springboks losing shine? and Beyoncé is the highest-earning woman in music

2017-11-21 22:10

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Cape Town - President Robert Mugabe has ceased power in Zimbabwe, the ANC has extended the deadline for branches to hold nomination meetings and the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearing stalls.

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'This is a big moment for Zim' - opposition MDC after Mugabe steps down

Zimbabwe’s main opposition, the Movement for Democratic Change party, has described the resignation of long-time leader Robert Mugabe as a "new beginning for everyone in the country".

Luthando Vikilahle filed this report

Presidential hopeful Emmerson Mnangagwa flying from SA to Zimbabwe

Former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa is in South Africa and is expected to fly to Zimbabwe to be sworn in as president, sources say.


Mugabe goes - is Zuma next?

Zimbabwe's 21/11 moment could inspire the ANC to elect Cyril Ramaphosa as its next president next month, writes Adriaan Basson.

Read this column

Elated crowds flood Harare streets as Robert Mugabe steps down

GALLERY: Zimbabweans break out in song and dance as Robert Mugabe steps down

President Robert Mugabe has succumbed to pressure for him to resign amid moves to have him impeached. Here are some of the reactions.

Jake: No time for Boks to recover before RWC 2019

Former national coach Jake White cannot foresee the Springboks being a force at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

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Beyoncé the highest-earning woman in music

Beyoncé has raked in earnings more than any other female in the music industry from June 2016 to June of this year, according to Forbes.

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                                                         Beyoncé (Getty) 

ANC extends deadline for branches to hold nomination meetings

The ANC says it has extended the deadline for its branches to hold their crucial meetings to nominate presidential candidates.


Ramaphosa in the lead with 74% of nominations tallied - IRR

The latest estimations based on 74% of branch general meeting nominations place Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa in the lead for the ANC presidency. Yet, the race is still too close to call, says the IRR's Frans Cronje.

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Life Esidimeni: Manamela threatened with arrest after no-show

Suspended Gauteng director of mental health Makgabo Manamela faces a warrant of arrest should she not appear on Thursday before the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearing.

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