Good Morning, SA: Eskom claims it didn’t pay Gupta-linked Trillian a cent’| ANC MPs voting with opposition for Zuma to go would be worst betrayal – Mantashe

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has sent a strong warning that the party will not tolerate dissent in the motion of no confidence vote against President Jacob Zuma.

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Eskom claims it didn’t pay Gupta-linked Trillian a cent

Eskom has denied paying Gupta-linked Trillian in 2016, after a report alleged payments to the firm were used by Gupta-owned Tegeta to buy Optimum for R2.15bn.

Karabo memorial: ‘When are men going to take their position in society?’

The lack of male voices around the topic of women and child abuse, as well as femicide, has taken the spotlight at Karabo Mokoena’s memorial in Diepkloof, Soweto.

25 bodies found in Welkom mine

The bodies of 25 illegal miners have been retrieved from Harmony Gold’s Eland mine in Welkom, Free State police have said.

Documents ‘going missing’ at the SABC

Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has struggled to get information about the SABC’s finances out of the broadcaster, she has told a Scopa meeting.

Constitution says religion can be practiced ‘at’, not ‘by’ schools, court hears

Differences in meaning of the prepositions “at” and “by” support the argument that six public schools contravene the Constitution with their policies on teaching religion, the High Court in Johannesburg has heard.


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While You Were Asleep

Former FBI Director Mueller to lead Trump-Russia probe

Robert Mueller has been given sweeping power to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign

India to build 10 domestic nuclear power reactors

India says it will develop 10 domestically-built heavy water reactors to increase its nuclear power capacity, as it looks to ramp up clean energy generation.

Chelsea Manning: from antisecrecy activist to transgender idol

Chelsea Manning is a meek, geeky army private who stunned the world in 2010 by leaking a massive trove of secret US diplomatic records.


Judgment in Ntlemeza vs Mbalula case

The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria is on Thursday expected to hand down judgment in an application by former Hawks boss Major-General Berning Ntlemeza to interdict Police Minister Fikile Mbalula.

Van Breda to challenge Media24 at SCA over livestreaming

Murder-accused Henri van Breda is expected to challenge a Western Cape High Court ruling at the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein which grants Media24 permission to livestream his trial.

SA Council of Churches to release state capture report

The SA Council of Churches is expected to release a report on state capture in Johannesburg.

”The recent disturbing developments sketch a grim reality that women continue to face in our society.” – Department of Women in the Presidency, on recent cases of gender-based violence

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