The instructions from Luthuli House would certainly urge that the ANC caucus in Parliament shows restraint on Mkhwebane, while the Union Buildings would certainly prefer her out of the office as soon as yesterday., writes Ralph Mathekga.
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The Proteas' apparent lackadaisical approach to the World Cup and Faf du Plessis's view of life carrying on afterwards have been disappointing. They should take a leaf out of President Ramaphosa's book, writes Mandy Wiener.
In the wake of the Proteas' World T20 exit, Sport24 joins us in studio as we take a look at the semi-finalists - India, West Indies, New Zealand and England - and pick a favourite to take the title. Watch.
Cyril Ramaphosa meet business leaders over Eskom, Bob Hewitt is granted R10 000 bail, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologises to Arab Israelis & we give you what you need to know on the Cricket World Cup.
In today's headlines: Reports suggest Baleka Mbete wanted Parliament to receive a sanitised version of the latest Nkandla report; Nigeria will go to the polls to elect a new president and the Proteas are set for tomorrow's semi-final.
After smashing their way to a nine wicket victory against Sri Lanka yesterday, the Proteas are looking ahead to a semi-final Cricket World Cup match; today's newspapers celebrate their victory. Watch.
The selectors have gambled on the rerturn of Quinton de Kock when they announced the names of the Cricket World Cup squad.
Big hitting Morné van Wyk has said he believes the Proteas could not be better prepared for the Cricket World Cup.
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The Proteas lost by four wickets to New Zealand in a dramatic semi-final encounter. Today newspapers focus on their loss. Watch.
Jerusha Sukhdeo-Raath takes you through today's headlines which include stories on proposed Eskom price hikes and Mike Horn's advice for the Proteas.
In today's headlines: a South African is killed in the Tunis attack, 22 are arrested in Johannesburg for protests and the Proteas proceed to the semi-finals. Watch.
Australia have named the following 15-man squad for the World Cup which will be held in Australia and New Zealand.
Cricket SA's selection committee has picked eight players with previous W Cup experience in the squad for the 2015 W Cup.
Jacques Kallis is on target to show his full range of skills at the World Cup, accoring to long-time manager Dave Rundle.
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