What’s in City Press News: ANC backs Cyril; Transnet urged to sue Nedbank; EFF or FF+; Push for North West female premier

City Press, 19 May 2019.
City Press, 19 May 2019.

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press News today:

Transnet urged to sue Nedbank

In a bid to stop the parastatal from bleeding, lawyers say the deal must be set aside and R1.5bn claimed.

Read here: Transnet Must Sue Nedbank

ANCWL backs Cyril

League president Bathabile Dlamini hits out at those ‘sustaining factions’ and commits to ‘listening’ to leadership should she be deemed unfit for Cabinet.

Read here: Cyril for two terms

Ramaphosa’s to do list

As President Cyril Ramaphosa reconfigures government functions, he is receiving inputs and advice on how to make the next five years a success.

Read here: What's in Cyril's inbox?

Robert Marawa not going down without a fight

Contractual reasons or otherwise, insiders claim political undercurrents led to his axing.

Read here: Marawa considers legal options

African history for kids 

A professor has filled a huge gap in the market by creating a decolonised history of the continent for children.

Push for North West female premier

Although the ANC Women’s League is punting Pinky Moloi for the top post, it has expressed its willingness to compromise – as long as the candidate is a woman.

Read here: NW premier must be a woman

Who’s getting the House in order

Law-making is set for a new look as youngsters and even musos get ready to share the benches with the oldies in our sixth democratic Parliament.

EFF or FF+?

It’s about service delivery: Weary residents in the Northern Cape dump the DA and ANC in the hopes that new leadership will help them live better lives.

Read here: No racial tensions only service delivery tensions

Chief slams Vuwani demarcation group

You can’t have a shutdown that closes small businesses of women who are the breadwinners.

For more on these and other stories, get your copy of City Press today.

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