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20 February 2018 1:29 PM Edinburgh make Murrayfield permanent base

Cape Town - Scottish club Edinburgh will play their home matches at Murrayfield only instead of alternating between there and Myreside as they look to finish the season a high. Edinburgh believe that alternating between venues does not deliver a consistent match-day experience for supporters, nor does it provide consistency for Richard Cockerill’s squad 17

20 February 2018 5:26 AM WATCH: Aguero punches fan after FA Cup defeat

Cape Town - English Premiership leaders Manchester City's dramatic 1-0 FA Cup defeat to third tier side Wigan was marred by ugly scenes after Sergio Aguero punched a fan. A post-match pitch invasion by Wigan supporters at the DW Stadium saw a number of them confront City players, with Aguero required to defend himself. TV images caught the incident as the Argentinian 19

19 February 2018 7:26 PM France urges UN top court to dump E Guinea case

The Hague - France accused Equatorial Guinea on Monday of wanting to "paralyse" French criminal procedure in a top-level corruption probe, as it urged judges to throw out a case against it before the UN's top court. Malabo has dragged Paris before the International Court of Justice in a bitter diplomatic row, accusing it of violating the diplomatic immunity 26

19 February 2018 6:44 PM City of Cape Town welcomes 'major court victory for preservation of water sources'

Cape Town – A ruling by the Western Cape High Court has been described as "a watershed ruling" for the preservation of Cape Town's rivers, floodplains, and wetlands. The judgment refers to a case in which the City approached the courts to order Really Useful Investments, a developer of the Hout Bay Beach Club, to remove infilling material from the floodplain 27

18 February 2018 5:58 AM Bank of Baroda rids itself of the Guptas

The Bank of Baroda seems to have found a way to distance itself from the Gupta family, despite two separate court orders forcing it to keep Gupta-linked accounts open. The SA Reserve Bank this week confirmed reports that the bank was closing up shop in the country. The Reserve Bank promised that depositors would be protected as far as possible, but otherwise 28

15 February 2018 5:13 AM Taxpayers could fork out R30bn more to plug revenue hole

Johannesburg - Auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) predicts the finance minister will announce tax hikes of at least R30bn in the Budget Speech scheduled for February 21. This figure could be pushed up further due to funding required for free higher education, which was announced in December. In line with other tax experts, PwC believes the majority 27

14 February 2018 7:06 PM 2 in court over cancelled R28m North Sea Jazz Festival

Durban – Two businesswomen appeared in the Durban Commercial Crimes Court on Wednesday in connection with the R28m North Sea Jazz Festival that was supposed to take place in the city in 2012. They are charged with money laundering and corruption, alongside Mike Mabuyakhulu – a top ANC leader in KwaZulu-Natal. Nothando Zungu, 42, and Ntokozo Ndlovu, 34, are two of nine business 19

13 February 2018 9:59 AM Crusaders buy into American franchise

Cape Town - The Canterbury Rugby Union and Crusaders have bought minority ownership stakes in an American professional team, the Seattle Seawolves. The Seattle Seawolves was formed last year and will play in the Major Rugby League (MRL), the new North American professional tournament which starts in April. The Canterbury Rugby Union is the Crusaders' 28

11 February 2018 8:07 AM Cape Town will have rain like never before

Johannesburg – Rain will fall in the drought stricken Western Cape, said Incredible Happenings Ministry Pastor, Paseka (Mboro) Motsoeneng, on Saturday said after his prayers. Motsoeneng told News24 that he flew to Cape Town this week after being touched by television reports. "The spirit of God touched me about the people of Cape Town... I intended going 40

08 February 2018 12:18 PM Sassa asks ConCourt to extend CPS contract for six months

Johannesburg - The SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) has filed papers at the Constitutional Court asking for a six month extension of its contract with Cash Paymasters Services (CPS). Sassa spokesperson Paseka Letsatsi told News24 on Thursday that this was part of its "phase in, phase out" system to allow CPS to hand over to the South African Post Office 35