Meet Ramaphosa’s five fin-doctors, De Lille says the DA is looking for a shortcut to get rid of her and Bus strike frustrates commuters.
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The Presidency has been ordered to pay the costs of its application for leave to appeal a High Court judgment related to the Public Protector's report on state capture.
Former estate agent Vicki Momberg, who was convicted in connection with a racist tirade, was on Wednesday refused leave to appeal her sentence and conviction imposed by the Randburg Magistrate's Court.
Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu said in a statement on Wednesday that the advisory contained "misleading information about South Africa in general and, in particular, about the experiences of foreign tourists visiting South Africa".
Scores of commuters in the Cape Town suburb of Mitchells Plain were forced to wait for hours in long queues due to the bus strike on Wednesday morning.
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille has slammed the Democratic Alliance for wanting "to get rid" of her "as soon as possible", after its federal executive gave the go-ahead to a request to table a motion of no confidence against her.
When President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his maiden State of the Nation Address in mid-February, he promised to announce plans for a major investment conference.Sassy UKZN graduate steals the show as she struts her stuff at graduation ceremony
Chrysantha Palan has become the star of her graduation ceremony at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).
Former president Robert Mugabe and his family left the official presidential residences in a terrible state, with leaking roofs, broken flush handles and unkempt tennis courts, a private newspaper reported.
Apart from revealing 10 new originals projects the internet TV giant also made some other exciting announcements.
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