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If you can’t tell the truth, take a shot
The always humorous and flamboyant Lasizwe Dambuza is back with a new YouTube series called Drink or Tell the Truth
Editorial | Ramaphosa owes South Africans assurance
The old tired cliché, that it would be funny if it wasn’t so tragic, was applicable this week as the country’s most senior political...
Decline in hospital claims could mean lower premium increases – Momentum
There are still fewer medical aid claims for hospital admissions so far this year than in 2019, which could mean lower premium increases...
Tough start for Team SA in Tokyo
The local spotlight on the ongoing Olympic Games will today shine on star swimmers Chad le Clos and Tatjana Schoenmaker to revive the nation’s hopes after Team SA...
Many view savings as more important
There are some smart, painless ways to find that extra cash to save, writes Maya Fisher-French.
South African graduates may be mostly employed, but skills and jobs often don’t match
About 15.4% of the unemployed graduates had majored in government or political studies. Another 15.4% had majored in accounting or finance and 11.5% in economics,...
- Looters in Durban walk 11km as food shortages loom large
- In-depth: Why is there hardly any flu in SA this year?
- King Mswati thinks he owns his country – including the people
- Ramaphosa expected to keep the country in level 4 lockdown
- Mamokgethi Phakeng | Closing the gap of the two South Africas we live in
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The Electoral Commission of SA (IEC) has accepted the report by former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke proposing that South Africa’s local government elections be postponed to February.Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
I was looking forward to the elections in October
50% - 10 votes
Postponement makes sense
35% - 7 votes
They should be later than February
15% - 3 votes