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5 things to know about the local government audit

5 things to know about the local government audit

5 things to know about the local government audit
Despite not featuring AB de Villiers’ RCB keep playoff hopes alive

Despite not featuring AB de Villiers’ RCB keep playoff hopes alive

AB de Villiers will be beaming his million dollar smile even wider this morning, his Royal Challengers Bangalore side might have a mountain to climb to reach the playoffs of the 2018 IPL, but based on current form they could do it

Despite not featuring AB de Villiers’ RCB keep playoff hopes alive
D(elay)-Day for Zuma: self-imposed deadline to challenge prosecution looms

D(elay)-Day for Zuma: self-imposed deadline to challenge prosecution looms

Former president Jacob Zuma and his legal team are expected to launch his latest bid to delay or even avoid prosecution later on Tuesday. Zuma’s self-imposed deadline to challenge the NPA's decision to prosecute him.

D(elay)-Day for Zuma: self-imposed deadline to challenge prosecution looms
AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel claims apartheid was not as bad as communism

AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel claims apartheid was not as bad as communism

AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel said he did not believe apartheid was a crime against humanity because it was not as bad as other systems such as communism . He also claims only 700 people died as a result of apartheid.

AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel claims apartheid was not as bad as communism
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma leads government intervention into North West chaos

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma leads government intervention into North West chaos

Minister in the Presidency Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will take a lead role in the government’s intervention in the affairs of the North West province. Dlamini-Zuma is expected to announce details about the intervention on Tuesday.

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma leads government intervention into North West chaos
New vice-chancellor on a mission to make UCT unapologetically African

New vice-chancellor on a mission to make UCT unapologetically African

The University of Cape Town’s (UCT) incoming vice-chancellor, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, wants to turn the institution from Afropolitan to unapologetically African while maintaining its standing as one of the best in Africa.

New vice-chancellor on a mission to make UCT unapologetically African
Acting Cape Town Mayor Neilson says not even a court can stop him appointing mayoral committee

Acting Cape Town Mayor Neilson says not even a court can stop him appointing mayoral committee

Acting City of Cape Town Mayor Ian Neilson is expected to appoint his mayoral committee on Monday afternoon. Nielson was appointed last week after Patricia de Lille was ousted from the Democratic Alliance and the mayor position.

Acting Cape Town Mayor Neilson says not even a court can stop him appointing mayoral committee
Fees Must Fall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile graduates a day after being suspended

Fees Must Fall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile graduates a day after being suspended

Controversial #FeesMustFall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile graduated from Durban University of Technology with a Bachelor Degree of Technology in Public Management on Friday, after being suspended on Thursday by the institution.

Fees Must Fall activist Bonginkosi Khanyile graduates a day after being suspended
Limpopo citizens outraged by ANC’s failure to build any RDP house in 4 years

Limpopo citizens outraged by ANC’s failure to build any RDP house in 4 years

Residents of Limpopo have been outraged by the startling revelation that the ANC led provincial government has failed to build a single social housing unit in the last four years. The revelation was made in Parliament.

Limpopo citizens outraged by ANC’s failure to build any RDP house in 4 years
Opinion: Would you honestly send or keep your child in a black-majority school?

Opinion: Would you honestly send or keep your child in a black-majority school?

A professor asks parents to be honest with themselves when answering the question: Would you keep your child in a black-majority school? While most parents say yes, they move their children when more than 50% of pupils are black.

Opinion: Would you honestly send or keep your child in a black-majority school?
Malema: EFF will continue to fight against white privilege and whiteness

Malema: EFF will continue to fight against white privilege and whiteness

Julius Malema has vowed to continue his and the EFF’s fight against white privilege and whiteness. Malema said white people hated anyone who spoke out against the issue and pointed to the backlash faced by DA leader Mmusi Maimane.

Malema: EFF will continue to fight against white privilege and whiteness
Court grants Gupta relative permission to travel to India

Court grants Gupta relative permission to travel to India

The Bloemfontein Regional Court has granted Varun Gupta permission to travel to India. Varun is the nephew of the infamous Gupta brothers and is one of the co-accused in the Estina dairy project case in the Free State.

Court grants Gupta relative permission to travel to India
Watch a week of drama end as Prophet Bushiri surrenders to police

Watch a week of drama end as Prophet Bushiri surrenders to police

The leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has surrendered himself over to police custody, this comes after a dramatic week in which his bodyguards chased police officers away from his church.

Watch a week of drama end as Prophet Bushiri surrenders to police
Cape Town crisis: ANC claims DA trying to capture city council

Cape Town crisis: ANC claims DA trying to capture city council

The African National Congress (ANC) in the Western Cape says there is an unconstitutional takeover and capture of the City of Cape Town council by a factionalised Democratic Alliance (DA). The city remains in turmoil.

Cape Town crisis: ANC claims DA trying to capture city council
Report reveals how Malema destroyed justice system while defending Zuma in 2008

Report reveals how Malema destroyed justice system while defending Zuma in 2008

The Institute of Race Relations has published a new report entitled ‘Year One: How Julius Malema destroyed the NPA’s case against Jacob Zuma in 365 days’. The report looks at how Malema destroying the NPA's case against Zuma.

Report reveals how Malema destroyed justice system while defending Zuma in 2008
Speculation of de Lille joining EFF mounts as Mpofu her joins legal team

Speculation of de Lille joining EFF mounts as Mpofu her joins legal team

Patricia de Lille has bolstered her legal team with the addition of Advocate Dali Mpofu. De Lille is challenging the DA’s decision to terminate her party membership in the Western Cape High Court on Friday 11 May 2018.

Speculation of de Lille joining EFF mounts as Mpofu her joins legal team
ANC vows to support de Lille’s fight with DA says she is welcome to join ANC

ANC vows to support de Lille’s fight with DA says she is welcome to join ANC

The ANC has denied that it has tried to poach Patricia de Lille but added that she would be welcome to join the party. ANC National Executive Committee (NEC) member Zizi Kodwa said there had been no talks with de Lille.

ANC vows to support de Lille’s fight with DA says she is welcome to join ANC
Former Western Cape police chief sentenced to 6 years in jail for fraud

Former Western Cape police chief sentenced to 6 years in jail for fraud

Former Western Cape Police Commissioner Arno Lamoer has been handed an effective six-year prison sentence for corruption. The Western Cape High Court sentenced Lamoer to eight years behind bars with two years being suspended.

Former Western Cape police chief sentenced to 6 years in jail for fraud
Support groups provide shelter and aid for Manana’s former domestic worker

Support groups provide shelter and aid for Manana’s former domestic worker

Various support groups and women’s rights groups have reached out to and provided various forms of assistance to ANC Member of Parliament Mduduzi Manana’s former domestic worker Christine Wiro. She accused Manana of assault.

Support groups provide shelter and aid for Manana’s former domestic worker
Abrahams on Malema criminal charges: Only Limpopo DPP can reinstate charges not AfriForum

Abrahams on Malema criminal charges: Only Limpopo DPP can reinstate charges not AfriForum

NPA boss Shaun Abrahams said only the Limpopo Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) had the authority and power to reinstate criminal charges against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema, not AfriForum.

Abrahams on Malema criminal charges: Only Limpopo DPP can reinstate charges not AfriForum
Wendy Nelson appointed acting NW premier as Supra takes leave of absence

Wendy Nelson appointed acting NW premier as Supra takes leave of absence

The ANC North West PEC has made it clear that premier Supra Mahumapelo has not quit or resigned and is simply taking a leave of absence. Fraud accused provincial Finance MEC Wendy Nelson has been sworn as the acting premier.

Wendy Nelson appointed acting NW premier as Supra takes leave of absence
Opinion: Can the government use spending patterns to address inequality in South Africa?

Opinion: Can the government use spending patterns to address inequality in South Africa?

Consumer spending patterns might not be the most glamorous topic in the world, but analysis of how much various income groups spend on certain items can help the government work out what they need to focus on to improve lives.

Opinion: Can the government use spending patterns to address inequality in South Africa?
Ramaphosa: ANC will rise in unison to defend Maimane after white privilege remark

Ramaphosa: ANC will rise in unison to defend Maimane after white privilege remark

President Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to throw his and the ANC’s support behind DA leader Mmusi Maimane. Ramaphosa said the ANC would rise in unison to defend Maimane after it emerged that Maimane was taken to task by DA officials.

Ramaphosa: ANC will rise in unison to defend Maimane after white privilege remark
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