Wednesday top news brings coalition clarity

2016-08-17 21:01

Cape Town – South Africa on Wednesday learned some details of what coalition agreements were in place to manage hung municipalities.

The Democratic Alliance has made its bed with a number of smaller parties, but the Economic Freedom Fighters will not snuggle.

READ: No coalition deals – Malema

READ: 5 small parties agree to work with DA in hung councils

READ: DA, EFF will maintain 'respectful distance' in Gauteng metros

The EFF has promised to be an opposition party. (News24)

The controversial e-tolls jumped back into the limelight on Monday with news that the company collecting payments for the system in Gauteng is now fully owned by the Austrian conglomerate Kapsch.

READ: E-tolls collection firm no longer in SA hands

This online video explains how e-tolls work

SA rugby has been rocked by the sudden resignation of Oregan Hoskins as president of the South African Rugby Union.

READ: Hoskins steps down as SARU president

SARU president Oregan Hoskins has quit. (Sport24)

On the road, cyclists are one of the more vulnerable road user groups and here are 15 ways for cyclists to stay safe.

READ: 15 top safety tips for cyclists, motorists in SA

Cycle lanes help keep cyclists safe. (Duncan Alfreds, News24)

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