Good morning all,
The Garden Route is certainly not immune to strikes. What’s with the Mossel Bay Municipality increasing the price of grave sites by 500%. Sure, they often occupy what could be prime real estate, but surely there must be another way.
British Open tee-off times announced.
Lots happening on the international stage. Trump meets Putin. Maybe it’s time to admit Brexit was an overreach – too much, too soon, too much opposition? Not a smart play.
Putin coming to SA. Ma’Zille accuses Putin of trying to save Zuma – must read that later. Understandable if he was trying to save the nuclear deal.
Will Ramaphosa put his money where his mouth is with the next fuel hike? Not sure how much longer the SARB can leave the REPO rate unchanged – not with the economy stuttering along.
Shamsi out of the Sri Lanka tour. We’ve heard about Von Bergh – now it’s time for him to produce. Chandimal and Co out for most of the tour. Wimbledon under pressure to end these marathon fifth sets. They’ve embraced equal pay for the men and women – so this should be a breeze.
LATEST LOCAL NEWS
Footwear sector strike continues Jacaranda FM
Nulaw general secretary, Ashley Benjamin, addressed striking workers at Watson Shoe Factory in Great Brak River on Monday morning. “We are …
4th Day of Pick n Pay strike Knysna-Plett Herald
PLETTENBERG BAY NEWS – The Plettenberg Bay Pick n Pay strike has resumed for a fourth day on Monday 16 July. A group of employees have …
Mossel Bay grave site costs soar by 500% Independent Online
Cape Town – Municipal grave sites in Mossel Bay now cost 500% more – increasing from R873 to R5 278 in a bid to cover the costs of a new cemetery.
There are at least four desalination plants in the drought-hit province, with three in Cape Town and one in Mossel Bay, but the one in Witsand will be …
Oceana builds plants for desalination Business Day
SA’s largest plant, built by Alveolia in Mossel Bay, produces 15-million litres a day, 10-million litres of which is for household use and 5-million litres for …
Grant Thornton and SNG integration advances Independent Online
“Grant Thornton Southern Cape has decided not to pursue integration, … SNG Grant Thornton become the group’s sole member firm in South Africa.
LATEST LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
2018 British Open: Tee times, pairings for first and second rounds …. Branden Grace (3, 4, 5, 15), South Africa … George Coetzee (18), South Africa …
US will consider some waivers on Iran sanctions July 17, 2018
Paris has singled out key areas where it expects exemptions or wind-down periods for French companies
Britain’s Institute of Directors say businesses are suffering from skills shortages
Former Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat leaders all support idea of another referendum
Trump-Putin summit: Five key takeaways July 16, 2018
At their much-anticipated presidential summit, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin were at pains to talk up a reconciliation in fractured ties between the United States and Russia.
Putin heading to SA for next Brics summit July 16, 2018
The Russian president, together with an entourage of more than 12 government officials, is planning to attend the Johannesburg summit on July 25
Court gags Bantu Holomisa over PIC corruption claims July 16, 2018
The UDM leader says he is surprised by the ruling and intends to challenge it, after being told to stop making allegations against Lebashe and prominent business figures
Finance Minister Nhlanhla argues there is insufficient evidence while Mondli Gungubele will not oppose UDM’s application
The president says those responsible must be held accountable as money was stolen from the poor and vulnerable.
FILE PICTURE: Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin welcomes President Jacob Zuma on arrival to attend Russia’s Victory Day celebrations in 2015.
Spokesperson Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says they raised issues about the alleged ban imposed on coverage of the EFF in 2014.
Another fuel hike predicted for August July 16, 2018
The AA has predicted a price rise of 19 cents a litre for petrol, 13 cents for diesel, and 22 cents for illuminating paraffin.
The IMF’s latest world economic outlook shows that growth in SA is expected to pick up in the second half of 2018, to 1.5% by year-end
Reserve Bank to keep repo rate unchanged – Economists July 16, 2018
Economists expect the Reserve Bank to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.5% this week. But it’s likely the Reserve Bank will emphasise that the risk to the outlook has worsened.
It is unsure if Shamsi will return in time for the second test, but SA has two back-up spinners in Keshav Maharaj and Shaun von Berg
The independent Judicial Commissioner Michael Beloff on Monday handed Dinesh Chandimal, coach Chandika Hathurusinghe and manager Asanka Gurusinha eight suspension points.
Calls for changes to Wimbledon deciding set format July 16, 2018
At Wimbledon, South African beat Roger Federer in the quarter-finals in a lengthy and thrilling five-set match and then beat John Isner in the semi-finals in a match that lasted over six hours.
Bulls coach John Mitchell cautions that ‘there’s still plenty to play out’
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