Reputedly, the mills of the gods grind slowly but exceedingly fine. When the perpetrators of wrongs are police officers, it can seem that they simply grind to a halt.
Johannesburg [South Africa], June 30 : Former South Africa batsman Barry Richards believes that Kagiso Rabada's rise as fast bowler has “lessened the pain” of pace spearhead Dale Steyn's absence ahead of the upcoming four-match Test series against England. Steyn has been ruled out of the Test series in England because of the longstanding shoulder problem that has sidelined him since the end of last year.
'Don't panic': Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said no one should fear a debate on the Reserve Bank. Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said he does not believe the public protector has the power to order Parliament to change the Reserve Bank's mandate, but he said no one should fear a debate around the issue.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions has said it is disappointed that the Equality Court found its international relations spokesperson Bongani Masuka guilty of hate speech. Masuku was found guilty of hate speech on Thursday morning, in the Equality Court sitting in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.
The fire that affected a section of the building housing the offices of Gauteng Premier David Makhura has been contained, officials reported on Friday. According to Phumla Sekhonyane, spokesperson for Makhura, the fire at the Premier building at 30 Simmonds Street in Johannesburg had been contained.
Johannesburg – A black woman owned entity launched a complaint of BEE fronting against JSE listed Netcare Holdings, which operates the largest private hospital network in South Africa. The complaint has been lodged with the According to Soria Hay, Head of Corporate Finance at Bravura and an expert on B-BBEE ownership transactions, this development is very significant for the South African corporate sector.
Johnny Clegg's music has been a blend of Western pop with Zulu melodies, making him a symbol of anti-apartheid opposition AFP/FETHI BELAID JOHANNESBURG: After nearly four decades of foot-stomping music that challenged South Africa's apartheid regime and promoted racial reconciliation, Johnny Clegg — aka “the White Zulu” — is heading out on his final tour. On Saturday , Clegg will start his global farewell tour with a concert in Cape Town before playing other South Africa venues and then on to London, France, Dubai, the United States and Canada.
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