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The latest from the Southern Cape Landowners Initiative. GRDM celebrates internal auditors’ month. Planned power outages for Thembalethu. Update on the Caledon Street upgrade.
S Cape in with a chance of winning the B Section at the SACD Golf Tournament in Plett. The latest George & Pinnacle Point Golf Club newsletters.
May falls on her sword to get a Brexit deal. Boris Johnson puts up his hand for the job. Two more Democrat presidential hopefuls. Iran bluster over Trump’s threats. Trump is lining up a complete immigration overhaul – set to visit S Korea again. Hope for Venezuela.
Possible voting fraud. Ramaphosa to save R100 million on Zuma’s inauguration – hell’s bells – what did that cost? Expert witness backs up Duduzane Zuma’s story.
JSE up – bucks the trend. Guptas still doing dirty business in SA. Moody’s warns of a downgrade if Ramaphosa doesn’t get his act together. Economic contraction looms in the first quarter. June’s expected petrol prices.
Brooks Koepka takes an early lead in the US Open. No surprises at the Italian Open. Semenya to miss the Stockholm meeting. Markram backs Amla. Fleck names Stormers squad to meet the Crusaders.
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The recently launched SCLI Cape Floristic Corridor Revival and Training Programme, implemented by the Southern Cape Landowners Initiative (SCLI) and funded by the Table Mountain Fund (TMF), may be catalytic in enlarging the conservation footprint in the region.
Garden Route DM’s Internal Audit Unit’s Motto: “Teamwork divides the task and multiplies the success”
WEDNESDAY, 22 MAY 2019 FROM 10:30 TOT 12:00
The Left-Hand Side of the road between Porter Street and the railway crossing that has failures will be repaired starting on today, 16th May. For approximately a week the area will be subject to one-way traffic with stop and go signals in place.
WEDNESDAY, 22 MAY 2019 FROM 09:00 TOT 11:00
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Southern Cape have an outside chance to win the promotion battle after a convincing fourth-round victory in the SA Country Districts at Plettenberg Bay Country Club; credit GolfRSA.
British prime minister will set out a timetable for her departure in early June
Known for his gaffes and accused of misleading voters over Brexit, Johnson says, ‘Of course I’m going to go for it’
Mayor promises to stand up to President Trump as he struggles to stand out among his rivals
Despite international scepticism, the US government has been pointing to increasing threats from Iran
Donald Trump to unveil radical immigration overhaul May 16, 2019
Under the proposals, the US would welcome better-educated people and those with job offers.
It will be the second meeting between the pair since the collapse of a summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi in February after they failed to reach a deal on denuclearisation.
Representatives of Venezuela’s regime and the opposition are holding “peace negotiations” in Oslo this week, Norwegian media reported Thursday.
Discrepancies point to possible voter fraud May 16, 2019
DA calls for audit as figures recorded at some voting stations reinforce allegations of double voting
Cost-cutting measures also mean the ceremony will take place at Loftus Versfeld instead of at the Union Buildings
Expert witness testimony matches Duduzane’s story May 16, 2019
An accident reconstruction expert’s testimony confirmed that the former president’s son was well within the speed limit on the night of his crash
The all share was up 0.88% with resources leading the gains, up 1.08%; the top 40 rose 0.97%
Regiments Capital allegedly performed the task for the SOE, despite Transnet’s treasury team being more than capable of doing it
Moody’s analyst says SA’s credit rating remains at risk without effective policies to reverse low growth, steadily rising debt and leveraged state-owned enterprises
Contraction in economy looms in the first quarter May 15, 2019
The economy has not grown by more than 2% annually since 2013 and is struggling to gain momentum despite political changes and Ramaphosa’s efforts to weed out corruption
Possible fuel price increase expected in June May 16, 2019
The Automobile Association says there is a possibility of a marginal fuel price increase next month. This is due to the forthcoming Carbon Tax – to be introduced on June 5.
Koepka grabs early PGA lead as Tiger struggles May 16, 2019
Defending champion Brooks Koepka fired a bogey-free round to seize a clubhouse lead early in the opening round of the PGA Championship.
Defending champion Rafael Nadal lost just two games in two matches before booking his place in the quarter-finals of the Italian Open on Thursday.
Margaret Wambui told AFP on Thursday her future was uncertain due to the IAAF’s decision.
Aiden Markram still reckons he is fortunate to have cracked the 15-man squad, believing that his Proteas statistics were not deserving of selection.
Fleck names Stormers team for Crusaders game May 16, 2019
Stormers coach Robbie Fleck has named his team that will take on defending Super Rugby Champions Crusaders in a crunch game at Newlands on Saturday.
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