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Gigaba takes aim at Public Protector, says his resignation is not an admission of any guilt

Former minister of home affairs Malusi Gigaba says his resignation from office is not an admission of guilt for anything, but rather a result of prolonged public attacks.


Glynnis Breytenbach pulls out of race for 'dream job' as NPA boss

Democratic Alliance MP, Advocate Glynnis Breytenbach, is no longer in the running to talk over as the new National Director of Public Prosecutions.

Land expropriation: Parties opposed to amendment 'reserve their rights' to go to court about process followed

Court action to prevent Parliament from amending the Constitution to allow for expropriation without compensation seems imminent after political parties presented their recommendations.

Man, who lost arm after dog attack, sues for R2.3m

Gerald Cloete, 42, used to do handyman jobs and sell bottles in Port Elizabeth to make ends meet. But his life was turned upside down last year when he had to have his left arm amputated after three dogs attacked him in the street.


Springbok forwards 'improving as a pack' - Proudfoot

Assistant coach Matthew Proudfoot believes the Springbok forwards are improving as a pack as they learn to deal with Northern Hemisphere conditions.

Farrell does not have the secret to beating the All Blacks

Andy Farrell may have got the better of world champions New Zealand three times but Ireland's defence coach says he does not have a magic formula on how to beat them.

Proudfoot: Formidable Scots will test Springboks

Assistant coach Matt Proudfoot has described Scotland as a formidable side who will present the improving Springboks with a difficult contest.

Tech News

Apple suppliers tumble on new signs of weak iPhone demand

Major suppliers to Apple’s iPhone have fallen as investors fretted that one of the most important product lines in the technology sector was seeing weak demand.

Google curbs forced arbitration after protest on harassment

Google has changed some policies on sexual misconduct after thousands of employees walked out of their offices to protest big payouts for executives accused of harassment and other misbehaviour.

E-cigarettes said to face new sales limits from FDA

E-cigarettes will face strict new limits imposed by the US Food and Drug Administration, restricting sales of many popular fruit flavours amid what the health agency has called an epidemic of youth use.


M-Net Movies to pay tribute to Stan Lee with 4 films this weekend

M-Net Movies will honour Stan Lee with four films on M-Net Movies Action+ this weekend.

A universe of flawed heroes: Stan Lee was ahead of his time

A universe of flawed heroes: Stan Lee was ahead of his time. He helped redraw the world of American fiction.

Amor Vittone to appeal Joost court ruling 'until death'

Local Afrikaans singer Amor Vittone has released an official statement following a court's decision that she would only inherit a TV set from her estranged husband Joost van der Westhuizen.
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