Good morning all,
Chemair’s flight in doubt again. Is the DA headed for another own-goal re: the Mark Willemse issue?
SWD lose to the Sharks on Day 2 of the Craven Week. Martin Vorster comes close in Bryanston. Exhibition for disabled sports in George.
Trump’s meeting with Putin was easier than his meeting with May – no wonder, the British PM has a lot on her mind these days. All the boys plus their coach rescued from the Thai cave, but let’s not forget the Navy Seal who lost his life in the rescue. Trump makes a great pick and still the Dems lose their minds.
The SCoA overturns the High Court decision to strike Jiba and Mrwebi form the roll – how much more incompetent/corrupt does one have to be? The ANC builds something – they have photos of the ribbon-cutting ceremony to prove it. An apology from Susan Shabangu!
I hope Woolworths isn’t planning to feed the hungry with frozen rice. Who in the their right mind will invest in SAA?
Ronaldo’s move to Juve confirmed. France down Belgium to reach the finals. Now it’s England vs Croatia. Kevin Anderson takes on Roger Federer today – probably the best chance of beating him he’ll ever get. Newlands sacrificed for the administration’s ineptitude?
LATEST LOCAL NEWS
A successful 35th edition of the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival wrapped up on Sunday, with a diverse range of…
Concerns have been raised about flight cancellations on CemAir’s flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape.…
The Department of Economic Development and Tourism will be continuing with the CATHSSETA Customer Services Training Programme Level 4 on…
The area affected is a portion of Nelson Mandela Boulevard, Mbewu and 14 Street in Thembalethu.
Area affected from 19th Street, down Nelson Mandela Boulevard to Thembalethu Primary School.
It’s interesting to note that the Badenhorst Secateurs Chenin Blanc 2017, a wine reported to be made in volumes of up to 170 000 litres per year, was among the top performers, scoring 92 on the 100-point quality scale, in a recent World of Fine Wine tasting of Chenin Blanc reported on by our correspondent Tim James here.
Mark Willemse clings to Knysna mayor post Eyewitness News
CAPE TOWN – Knysna Mayor Mark Willemse is digging in his heels, saying he won’t resign despite his disciplinary hearing being postponed.
Open DA Knysna hearings demanded for mayor, councillor Independent Online
The Knysna Ratepayers Association (RKA) has demanded the DA’s disciplinary hearing against mayor Mark Willemse and councillor Peter Myers be …
LATEST LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
The U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Coca-Cola Academy Week kept the passionate Paarl crowd gripped in another entertaining day’s action…
10 July 2018 – Christiaan Burke came out tops in the final Nomads National Order of Merit event when he…
The George Municipality in conjunction with the University of Stellenbosch’s disabled sport section (Maties Parasport) is inviting the people in…
Donald Trump’s visit to the UK has been pared back to avoid the capital, even though he considers Boris Johnson a friend
The remaining five boys emerged in groups during Tuesday, guided out by international divers and the Navy Seals
US President Donald Trump has chosen Brett Kavanaugh, a solidly conservative, politically connected judge, for the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court of Appeal overturns the ruling that struck senior officials off the roll of advocates
Since the image went viral last week, critics have said the party should have realised how awkward it looks.
Shabangu apologises to social grant recipients July 10, 2018
Social Development Minister, Susan Shabangu, has conceded that her department’s failure to adequately prepare for the payment of social grants resulted in unnecessary delays.
Financial markets are in an uneasy equilibrium, analysts say, as strong US growth leads the global expansion and powers corporate earnings
Woolworths recalls frozen rice over Listeria concerns July 10, 2018
Woolworths is in the process of recalling its frozen savoury rice mix product, the company said on Tuesday.
SAA group CEO Vuyani Jarana’s undertaking comes in response to trade union Solidarity’s application in May to place SAA in business rescue
Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo transfers to Juventus July 10, 2018
The multiple Ballon d’Or winner will be transferring to Italy’s Juventus after playing for Real Madrid since 2009
Umtiti header sends France into World Cup final July 10, 2018
France beat Belgium 1-0 on Tuesday to book a place in the World Cup final against either England or Croatia, thanks to a headed goal from defender Samuel Umtiti in the 51st minute.
England have potential for much more, says Southgate July 10, 2018
England manager Gareth Southgate believes his team are “nowhere near” the level they will be capable of reaching in the future, he said on Tuesday ahead of the World Cup semi-final against Croatia.
Kevin Anderson to meet Federer in the Wimbledon quarters July 10, 2018
Anderson is the first South African man in 24 years to reach the famous tennis championship’s quarterfinals
Former Bok coach Jake White says South African rugby needs to show a greater appreciation for traditional values.
By Vanesha Palani: Executive: Transactional Products (Retail) – Nedbank Group – South Africans are not known for their savings habits. In…
The concept of Bitters goes back hundreds of years. Its first recorded use was by monks in 1500AD with the…
The Madibaz squash team produced one of their best performances at the University Sport South Africa tournament to claim the…
People in the major cities in South Africa are daily confronted by an increasing number of people living on the…
REGULAR COLUMNS & OPINION PIECES
Brian Joss – Sports car fans will get a taste of the performance potential of the all-new Toyota Supra when…
Brian Joss – The Engen Polo Cup championship brigade will visit the Aldo Scribante Raceway near Port Elizabeth at the…
Brian Joss – The English county of West Sussex will host the “Goodwood Festival of Speed” from July 12 to July…
Three myths are taking hold in the media and among other commentators as to why SAA cannot be closed down.…
10 July 2018: 80% of South African small and medium enterprise (SME) owners surveyed in the first quarter 2018 Business…
Until next time…