Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Eastern Cape government DG denied bail on rape charge
EASTERN Cape government’s director-general Dr Loyiso Mbabane was denied bail on a rape charge by the East London Magistrate’s Court this afternoon.
Selebi played a crucial role in the birth of SAPS: Cele
Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Bheki Cele says former police commissioner Jackie Selebi played an important role in South Africa's democracy, and the formation of the post-Apartheid police service.
There must be no further delays on power stations: Mantashe
There must be no further delays on the building of power stations, ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said during a media briefing on the party's January Lekgotla on Wednesday.
Tshwane cops appear in court
Two metro police officers who allegedly threatened to shoot a three-year-old girl appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, Gauteng police said.
EFF objects to prescribed Parly dress code
Cristiano Ronaldo handed two-match ban
World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned for two matches after being sent-off for lashing out at Cordoba defender Edimar during Real Madrid's 2-1 win on Saturday.
Cup of Nations lucky draw to be held on Thursday
Chamber tells Eskom to follow schedule
The sudden jump between different power cut stages is making it difficult for businesses to plan ahead, undermining productivity, the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry said on Wednesday.
SAA to announce results
Stadium funds missing
The mayor of the Capricorn district municipality, Gilbert Kganyago, has been challenged to urgently establish an investigation into the disappearance of R10m meant to build the Caster Semenya Stadium in her home village, Masehlong.
Bargaining’s good, bad
SpongeBob found in toddler's stomach
A doctor was astonished when she saw the smile of underwater cartoon star SpongeBob SquarePants in a toddlers X-ray.
Police officer suspended over masturbation pictures
Mozambique says death toll rises after heavy flooding
More than 100 people have been killed and 150,000 displaced by floods in Mozambique, a senior government official said on Wednesday, as southern Africa counts the human and economic costs of this month's torrential rains.
After Ebola, WHO to set up contingency fund, develop "surge capacity"
Life & Style
Donkey Milk and Horse oil helps with flawless skin
It is said that Cleopatra used to take daily bath in milk- the reality is that every generation will inevitably produce new beauty innovations.
Sex for over 70's still a reality
Idol's Musa to perform at Market Theatre
Since winning Season 9 of the competition in November 2013, the Witbank born musician has been working on his first studio album titled 'The Dream' and will be performing songs from the album on the night.
All systems go for Chris Brown SA tour
Science and Technology
Gates, UK take lead in $7.5 billion pledge for children's vaccines
International donors pledged $7.5 billion on Tuesday to immunize 300 million children in poor countries against deadly diseases such as diarrhea and pneumonia.
University of Wisconsin closes laboratory, ending cat experiments
Comments & Analysis
Police and community need to respect one another
Oupa Moshebi -
11/3/2014 5:14:26 PM
ANC conferences in Polokwane and Mangaung resolved that crime prevention strategies should be implemented on the streets and in the wards in our areas.
Analysis: Crime issue must top national agenda
Yusuf Abramjee -
11/3/2014 5:01:09 PM
Slain Senzo Meyiwa was laid to rest in Durban at the weekend.
Marching towards a gun-free society
TNA Editorial -
11/3/2014 4:52:48 PM
It is sad that it takes the tragic gunning down of our national football team’s goalkeeper for us to focus on the extremely important issue of gun control.
Analysis: SA mustn’t be on the back foot in world economy
Fatsani Banda -
10/30/2014 6:01:14 PM
There is no doubt that the global economic and financial markets have integrated nations in both positive and negative ways.
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