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11 August 2018 7:10 AM Western Cape taxi talks to continue, call for space to build on progress made

ANC members of the Western Cape legislature and the SA National Taxi Council (Santaco) have appealed to commuters to give them space to continue discussions, after meetings on Friday failed to deliver conclusive results. The talks follow after a taxi strike in the province, over a leadership dispute, was provisionally called off on Tuesday. On June 6, the Western 20

08 August 2018 5:38 AM Star Australian fullback Billy Slater to retire

Melbourne - Queensland and Australia fullback Billy Slater has confirmed he will retire from rugby league at the end of the NRL season. The 35-year-old Slater played 30 tests for Australia, 31 State of Origin matches for Queensland - including eight series wins - and won two NRL premierships with the Melbourne Storm during a 16-year professional career 30

07 August 2018 9:21 AM Amcu warns Implats: Gloves will be off should job cut talks fail

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) warned on Tuesday that should consultation fail, it would embark on industrial action at Impala Platinum over looming job losses. “We are not going to run to [the] labour court, we don’t have money... we will hit where it matters most...[the] gloves will be off,” Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa 39

05 August 2018 6:14 AM Group aims to boost skills after buying 51% of Macquarie’s SA unit

A local consortium headed by Mazi Holdings has acquired a majority stake in the local branch of Australian multinational company Macquarie. Macquarie is a financial services company with 14 000 employees in 27 countries. The consortium, consisting of Mazi Holdings, AWCA Investment Holdings and AMB Holdings, as well as some Macquarie senior management 23

03 August 2018 1:39 PM Zimbabwe riot police leave opposition briefing

Zimbabwean riot police with batons and shields are leaving after breaking up a press conference by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, who has alleged rigging of the presidential election. Police chased away reporters without explanation but ruling party officials are now urging reporters to attend the briefing. There is no sign of Chamisa 48

03 August 2018 12:41 PM Zimbabwe police break up opposition event

Zimbabwean police with batons and shields have broken up a press conference by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, who has alleged rigging of the presidential election. Police have chased away reporters without explanation. There is no sign of Chamisa. The electoral commission overnight announced that President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a former enforcer of longtime 46

31 July 2018 8:25 AM Daryl Gibson set for new Waratahs contract

Sydney - Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson says he is close to signing a new contract and is confident that star fullback Israel Folau will do the same. Gibson led his team to the Super Rugby semi-finals this year after they topped the Australian conference, capping a successful third season in charge. Though he is yet to put pen to paper, he said he was close 35

31 July 2018 7:11 AM Mitchell has full board backing, Bulls insist

Cape Town - The Blue Bulls Company has given the assurance that coach John Mitchell’s position is not in jeopardy. Mitchell’s first season as Bulls Super Rugby coach did not end well, with the team finishing bottom of the South African Conference and 12th overall after winning just six out of 16 matches. It was the Bulls' worst ever Super 15 season 60

30 July 2018 8:42 PM Trump says willing to meet with Iran leaders 'any time'

US President Donald Trump said on Monday he was willing to meet with Iran's leaders with "no preconditions" and "any time they want" - one week after tensions soared between Washington and Tehran. "I would meet with Iran if they wanted to meet. I don't know if they are ready yet," Trump told a White House press conference with Italian Prime Minister 53

29 July 2018 1:25 PM Zimbabwe opposition alleges 'fake news' campaign

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader says the ruling party has conducted a "fake news" campaign against him with the help of foreign technicians ahead of Monday's elections. Nelson Chamisa, head of the Movement for Democratic Change party, says that "there is a lot of false news making the rounds" and that supporters of President Emmerson Mnangagwa hired 26