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Farmer shoots and wounds 3 in Uniondale. Students complete a 3-month cater care course with Francois Ferreira. Nina Viljoen awarded her PhD. Knysna prepares for Mandela Day. Knysna Accommodation Association meeting invite.
CSA announces the fixture list for the 2019/20 season. The latest George Golf Club Newsletter.
Britain wants to save the Iran Nuclear Deal, but I guess Johnson will put an end to that. Labour accuses Johnson and Hunt of forging a deal with Trump – duh – that’s their prerogative. Iran ready to talk if the US lifts sanctions – clearly they are working.
Battle between the PP and Min Gordhan (read battle between Ramaphosa and Zuma) goes to court. Nersa deals another blow to Eskom. Zuma is still going on about a plot against him.
Naspers pulls the JSE higher. There may be 3 small cuts in the REPO rate this year. South Africans aren’t poor or underpaid, they just have too much debt. Another Eskom big whig quits.
‘Boks prepare for the Wallabies. Proteas make it 4 from 4 at the Netball WC. Mark Batchelor shot in an apparent hit. Josh Stauss joins the Bulls.
LATEST LOCAL NEWS
An outraged ANC Western Cape secretary Faiez Jacobs demanded that the farmer be charged.
The day you were born you were given many gifts. One such gift is the gift of ‘free will’. What you do with opportunities presented to you, like for instance, being offered the opportunity to study here – depends on you. The sky is the limit.
Nina Viljoen, Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change Adaptation Practitioner at the Garden Route District Municipality (GRDM), was on 12 July 2019, conferred a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) qualification at the University of Cape Town’s Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences.
LATEST LOCAL SPORTS NEWS
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) today announced the Franchise fixtures for both domestic competitions for the 2019/20 season as well as the senior provincial fixtures for both men and women.
British foreign secretary says Iran is still a year away from making a nuclear bomb
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Conservative leadership candidates Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson of using the possibility of a no-deal Brexit as a way to form a new trade agreement with Donald Trump’s US administration. WATCH NOW.
Confrontations between Washington and Tehran have escalated, culminating in an aborted plan for US air strikes on Iran last month after Tehran downed a US drone. Trump called off the retaliatory US air strike at the last minute.
The president says in court papers that Gordhan’s legal challenge to first of public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s reports not ‘frivolous’
Top court sets aside Nersa’s piped gas price July 15, 2019
Court upholds ruling that the regulator’s maximum price decision on piped gas was irrational
Jacob Zuma: The time has come to speak the truth July 15, 2019
Former president appears before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture
Former president Jacob Zuma said despite coming to the commission to answer allegations levelled against him, he had done nothing wrong.
The rand entered its fourth day of consecutive gains after reaching a five-month high against the dollar last week
The benefit to the local currency from investors’ search for yield could give room for three cuts by January 2020, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch
NEWS ANALYSIS: South Africans are choking on debt July 15, 2019
The lack of household savings and the rising number of people seeking debt counselling are alarming, Reserve Bank, TransUnion and SA Savings Institute data shows
Eskom Group Treasurer Andre Pillay quits July 15, 2019
Eskom’s Group Treasurer Andre Pillay has become the latest high-profile resignation from the struggling power utility.
The Springboks are looking forward to getting underway against the Wallabies on Saturday in what promises to be an exciting season of international rugby.
Proteas winning streak continues at Netball World Cup July 15, 2019
The Proteas continue their winning run of form at the Netball World Cup with a comprehensive thrashing of Scotland.
Former striker Marc Batchelor shot dead in Johannesburg July 15, 2019
The former goal-scorer played for a number of clubs in South Africa, including Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
Scotland loose forward Josh Strauss joins Blue Bulls July 15, 2019
The No 8 made 46 appearances in all competitions during his time at the club, scoring five tries in total.
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