Daily Archives: July 21, 2013
Or why really good investment gurus keep repeating themselves.
Eskom has suffered yet another setback that could see its funding costs rise or keep taxpayers shelling out for its debts.
A diplomatic row has blown up between South Africa and Zimbabwe – 10 days before the latter’s crucial general election.
The North West ANC executive committee was “summoned” to appear before senior party leaders yesterday on the sidelines of the party’s national executive committee lekgotla in Pretoria.
A two-day workshop intended to devise ways of improving the lives of some of the country’s poorest young minds has been marred by controversy and tragedy.
The hunt for a serial killer allegedly linked to the rape and torture of at least three women in KwaZulu-Natal ended with the arrest of a 36-year-old man in StFrancis Bay, Eastern Cape, yesterday.
A Hout Bay mother insists that she will not move from her home even after being found guilty of contempt of court for violating an eviction order and being given a three-month suspended sentence.
21 July 2013 – Southern Cape’s Lee-Anne Pace held off a gutsy challenge from Norway’s Mikaela Parmlid at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid to claim the Spanish Open in Madrid on Sunday.
Iraqis condemned authorities on Sunday for failing to stop a wave of deadly unrest including attacks that killed dozens of people the day before.
Recent comments made by members of President Zuma’s technical team on the situation in Zimbabwe were "unfortunate", the presidency said on Sunday.
The UN has voiced fears about a new media law in Somalia only days after experts sounded the alarm over corruption in the country’s new government.
Hundreds of riders in Kenya are already celebrating Chris Froome’s expected victory at the Tour de France.