Cape Town – Here’s how the Cape Town Carnival will not be wasting any water, see three new faces in the Proteas squad for the upcoming T20 and the ANC resolves to recall President Jacob Zuma.
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President Jacob Zuma is said to be "angry" and "emotional" about the ANC's insistence that he leaves office immediately.
The ANC national executive committee has decided to recall President Jacob Zuma, sources have said after the NEC's marathon meeting.
Jacob Zuma has always had an amusing, and often endearing way with words. On the day of his anticipated recall by the National Executive, we thought it fitting to bring you some of his best lines over the years.
Murder-accused Henri van Breda is facing closing arguments in the Western Cape High Court.
Day Zero for Capetonians has now been extended to early June from mid-May, while the government has declared the drought a national disaster.
The Cape Town Carnival's 2018 objective is to have zero water impact on the municipal water grid.
The ANC national executive committee announced on Tuesday that they have agreed to recall President Jacob Zuma, following a lengthy meeting on Monday.
It is entirely appropriate that Jacob Zuma didn’t leave office in a dignified way, in a way that is in the interest of his party and the country. It defines his nine years in office, writes Max du Preez.
Warriors batsman Christiaan Jonker and the Titans duo of fast bowler Junior Dala and wicketkeeper-batsman Heinrich Klaasen are the new caps in the Proteas squad for the three-match T20 series against India later this month.
Zimbabwean First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa's resignation from parliament has reportedly received mixed reactions from the country's opposition parties.
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