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Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan says he will not return to his job, even if the courts find that President Jacob Zuma erred by unceremoniously removing him and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas from their positions.

In The News

Malema case likely to be postponed – NPA

EFF leader Julius Malema is expected back in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court over calls he made to supporters to invade unoccupied land.

Private sector needs to invest in students – Motsoeneng

Students should not only fight government in their quest for free education, but also target the private sector, former SABC COO has said at the TUT in Soshanguve.

Tracking innovation helps community combat crime

Tumi Matshego’s company Legratron has come up with an innovative tracking solution to help the community in his crime-ridden hometown of Sebokeng.

EXCLUSIVE: Zim’s protest pastor Mawarire set to rattle Mugabe… again

Zimbabwe clergy Evan Mawarire is coalescing social movements against President Robert Mugabe ahead of next year polls. Some think Mawarire can play “a similar role to the one Archbishop Tutu and the UDF played in the final years of apartheid”.

Bryan Habana assures fans he is not dead!

Springbok wing Bryan Habana has taken to social media to assure fans he is alive and well, after a false report emerged that he was killed.

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While You Were Asleep

Trump savors Obamacare repeal

US President Donald Trump extracted a much-needed victory from Congress as Republicans narrowly pushed through the House a bill repealing the landmark health reforms of his predecessor.

Deadly unrest grips Venezuela as students rally

A student was shot dead at a meeting in Venezuela, prosecutors said, as anti-government protests raged in the streets.

Protesters line up in NYC, hoping for chance to boo Trump

A few hundred protesters lined up along Manhattan’s West Side Highway to jeer Donald Trump’s motorcade as he made his first trip to New York since becoming president.

Diary

SCA to hear state’s new appeal on Janusz Walus parole

The Supreme Court of Appeal is expected to hear the state’s new appeal on Janusz Walus’s parole. Walus is the Polish immigrant who murdered SACP leader Chris Hani more than two decades ago.

Bail application for Coligny duo

The bail application of two men arrested for the alleged murder of a teenage boy in Coligny is expected to be heard in the Coligny magistrate’s court.

Foundations, former presidents come together for national dialogue

Seven national foundations including former presidents FW De Klerk, Thabo Mbeki, Kgalema Motlanthe and former deputy president Phumzile Mlambo Ngcuka are expected to kick off the national dialogues initiative in Johannesburg.

“Zimbabwe is the most highly developed country in Africa. Afer South Africa, I want to see another country as highly developed.” – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe at the World Economic Forum on Africa in Durban.

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