In City Press today: Lies, rumours & assassination at SA spy agency; Zondo Commission to change house; The latest as EFF prepares for conference

In your City Press today, November, 10 2019
In your City Press today, November, 10 2019

State security minister Ayanda Dlodlo runs in to a wall at “the farm”

Assassination claims, lies, and rumour-mongering rules roost at SA’s premier spy agency. Read more here

Zondo Commission to move house

By March next year Zondo Commision could be in new premises. Find out why here

Idols SA

We are in the last three of Idols SA and City Press speaks to Luyolo Yiba.

EFF‘s People Assembly

Gifts, promises, and horse trading as EFF conference nears. Read more here

Of Muthi

Prosecutor is in trouble as he is accused of witchcraft. Read more here

Forest Whitaker

Phumlani S Langa spoke to veteran US actor Whitaker who was in town to launch his new show. Read more here

Marks for Mahala

Teacher says grade 8, 9 and 11 pupils were allocated marks without exams in a school in Limpopo.

Drought

Small scale farmers desperate in North West and Eastern Cape as drought ravages.

PP Hits back

Busi Mkhwebane takes on her former COO who has gone to court to challenge her dismissal.

Nyatsi will not be silenced

A young Pretoria woman who claims to have been in relationships with two Cabinet ministers, plans on launching her book soon to reveal more.


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