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16 October 2017 6:34 AM Mbalula embroiled in row over police arrests

CAPE TOWN - Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says that attempts by some individuals to romanticize, defend and side with suspects of crime is concerning. His comments come after the Democratic Alliance (DA) announced it would be writing to the South African Human Rights Commission and police watchdog Ipid, asking for an investigation into the alleged wrongful 68

13 October 2017 5:19 PM Uganda freezes bank account of charity opposed to extending Museveni rule

KAMPALA - Uganda has frozen a bank account of a prominent South Africa-based pro-democracy organisation, an official said on Friday, a move seen as punishment for its lobbying against a plan to have ageing leader Yoweri Museveni extend his rule. Authorities have cracked down on the media, charities, rights activists and political opposition who have resisted 39

13 October 2017 8:05 AM T-Mobile puts a cap on fast mobile data

T-Mobile has stopped its unlimited data packages in Canada and Mexico, and slapped a cap on its LTE data. Starting 12 November, customers on T-Mobile ONE, Simple Choice North America, or legacy rate plans will receive a maximum of 5GB of 4G LTE data. After 5GB of high-speed data is used in Mexico and Canada, customers will stay connected with unlimited 102

09 October 2017 7:52 AM Telkom puts KPMG on hold – report

Listed telecoms group Telkom has joined a growing list of companies that have decided to temporarily cut ties with auditing firm KPMG, according to Business Report. Bloomberg reported last week that consumer goods firm, AVI, would stop using KPMG as an external auditor after it admitted to falling short of its own standards when doing work for the politically 70

05 October 2017 9:59 AM AS IT HAPPENED: DA arrive at Saxonwold with 'Zuma's capture site' placards

Today, Thursday 05 October, Democratic Alliance (DA) Leader, Mmusi Maimane, will lead a protest at the capture site of President Jacob Zuma in Saxonwold, Johannesburg, in protest of State Capture and grand corruption carried out by Jacob Zuma, his ANC, and the Gupta Family. While many South Africans fought for a free and democratic South Africa, our progress 20

28 September 2017 10:05 AM BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale kicks Eskom and Transnet out

CAPE TOWN - Business Leadership South Africa CEO Bonang Mohale, speaking at a launch event in Cape Town, reportedly called President Jacob Zuma a 'thief' and said two more companies will be suspended. In breaking, news Business Report can confirm that the BLSA has removed Eskom and Transnet from their organisation for their involvement in corruption 54

28 September 2017 7:06 AM What the KPMG saga says about shareholder activism

Accounting and consulting firm, KPMG South Africa, is reeling after it was exposed to have played a part in the Gupta-inspired state capture activity. The fallout has been remarkable. Some major firms have fired KPMG as an auditor and more Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed companies are expected to follow suit. KPMG offers tax, advisory and auditing 181

16 September 2017 2:27 PM #KPMG report on 'rogue unit' has tarnished Sars: Future SA

Johannesburg - Audit firm KPMG must realise the extent of the damage that their report on the so-called “rogue unit” at the South African Revenue Service (Sars) has caused to the country, Future South Africa said on Saturday. Future SA had previously called for the business community to sever their ties with KPMG SA for their role in aiding and abetting 145

12 September 2017 6:53 PM Returning Florida evacuees stunned by Irma's wreckage as death toll climbs

ISLAMORADA, Fla. (Reuters) - Hurricane Irma evacuees began returning to the storm-ravaged Florida Keys on Tuesday to find homes ripped apart and businesses coated in seaweed amid a debris-strewn landscape where an estimated 25 percent of all dwellings were destroyed. The death toll from Irma, previously ranked as one of the most powerful Atlantic storms 38

12 September 2017 10:58 AM #StateCapture inquiry: Zuma accused of 'licence to self-help'

President Jacob Zuma is "helping himself" by not speedily appointing the judicial commission of inquiry to probe state capture as recommend by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, North Gauteng High Court, Pretoria heard on Tuesday. "That the president [Zuma] has brought his review [application] is not good enough. We submit that what the president 159