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Opposition wants Mahikeng MM investigated

The Democratic Alliance in the North West has called for an investigation to be conducted at the Mahikeng Municipality.


Mncwango blasts eThekwini budget

The Democratic Alliance has accused management at the eEthekwini Metro of failing to deliver a budget that looked out for the interests of the poor.

Trade surplus recorded in April

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) revealed, on Tuesday, said a trade surplus of R0.43-billion was recorded in April.

DA upset by R800-million SASSA fraud

The South African Social Services Agency told the Western Cape Provincial Government that it had lost an estimated R800-million to corrupt practices at the entity, adding that R1.5-million had been recovered.



Rose withdraws from Memorial

Justin Rose has pulled out of this week's Memorial tournament with an on-going back injury, leaving him with only one tournament to potentially play in before the US Open.
Motor Racing

Button claims car was 'undriveable' in the wet

McLaren driver Jenson Button has revealed that his MP4-31 was almost impossible to drive during the wet conditions in Monte Carlo...
Motor Racing

Horner: Monaco was a learning curve for Max

According to Red Bull boss Christian Horner, the Monaco Grand Prix was learning curve for young driver Max Verstappen who had a mistake-ridden weekend in the Principality...

Tech, Games and Gadgets

Homefront: The Revolution Review

Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC Reviewed On: PS4 Developer:

The Batman Phone: Samsung Reveals Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition

Is it a bird? It is a plane? No its a Batman phone!

New Games In June To Look Forward To

As we enter June, we have tons of new games to look forward to: RELATED: How To Clean A PS4 Fan Dangerous Golf – PS4, Xbox One, PC An arcade style sports game with a very explosive twist.


Young users 'guinea pigs' for new wave of drugs: EU watchdog

Young drug users risk ending up as "human guinea pigs" for a new wave of sometimes highly-toxic recreational drugs, the EU's drug monitoring body warned in a report released.

Children who grow up around more books ends up earning more bucks

Children who have a large number of books in the house when they are growing up tend to be higher earners later in life, according to a new study published in the Economic Journal.

Light Work - China: In glowing terms

There are probably few museum shows inspired by glow sticks. Even more unlikely is an exhibition made from the throwaway plastic tubes.
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