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16 June 2018 7:01 AM Libya strongman's jets strike rivals targeting oil terminals

Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar's forces on Friday launched air strikes against a rival militia targeting key oil facilities in the east of the country, a spokesperson for his group said. Fighters on Thursday attacked two oil terminals at Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidra held by Haftar's group, inflicting fresh disruption on an industry that forms the chaos-hit 25

13 June 2018 7:34 AM WATCH: Kevin Spacey movie filmed in 2016 to hit cinemas

Cape Town – Kevin Spacey will make his return to the big screen months after he was accused of sexual assault by multiple young men. (Read more here) One of his latest films is scheduled to be released in US theatres on 19 July. In the Billionaire Boys Club, a biographical crime drama Spacey plays a leading role. It centres on a group of wealthy boys in 1980s Los Angeles 27

12 June 2018 3:19 PM Cape Town night club security case postponed

The case against Nafiz Modack and four others accused of extorting people, in an effort to take over nightclub security in Cape Town, was postponed in the city's Regional Court on Tuesday. The case was postponed until July 27 to allow for further particulars regarding their case to be obtained. Modack, Colin Booysen – the brother of alleged Sexy Boys gang boss Jerome 32

03 June 2018 5:35 PM Barcelona extend Umtiti's contract until 2023

Barcelona - France defender Samuel Umtiti has agreed to extend his contract with Barcelona for five more seasons, the club said on Sunday. Umtiti, who is part of the French World Cup squad training at Clairefontaine, near Paris, will on Monday make a trip to the Camp Nou in Barcelona, where he will sign the contract and give a press conference 21

29 May 2018 2:23 PM PIC to probe Ayo purchase process

The Public Investment Corporation is looking into how Africa’s biggest money manager decided to spend R4.3bn to back last year’s initial public offering of IT company Ayo Technology Solutions. The PIC, which manages South African state-worker pensions, paid R43 a share for a 29% stake, valuing Ayo at R14.8bn even though its assets were estimated at R292m. That was at the top of an issue 30

29 May 2018 2:07 PM The Latest: Libyan rivals agree country to hold vote Dec 10

An adviser of the head of Libya's UN-recognized government based in Tripoli has tweeted that the country's rival leaders have reached consensus at a Paris meeting to hold both parliamentary and presidential elections in battered Libya on December 10. Taher El-Sonni, a senior political adviser to Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj, tweeted about the agreed-on 23

23 May 2018 3:07 PM Steinhoff Africa Retail parts ways with auditor Deloitte

Cape Town - Steinhoff Africa Retail [JSE:SRR] is parting ways with auditor Deloitte. In a media statement on Wednesday afternoon, STAR said that that PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) had been appointed as the company's external auditor with effect from May 23. STAR, previously known as Pepkor, is a separate company from Steinhoff International Holdings 33

23 May 2018 2:06 PM AB’s savage blow to ‘proper’ cricket

Cape Town – The increasingly conflicting environment of Twenty20 cricket is unlikely to be too severely shaken. If at all … it may become an increasing beneficiary. No, the anguish is far likelier to be prevalent among the stubborn, but also gradually marginalised “traditional” lobby in the game. AB de Villiers was among Test and one-day international 31

21 May 2018 1:47 PM Rand is back to its bad old ways

Bearish signs are stacking up for South Africa’s rand. Volatility is rising and with it the cost of protecting against a weakening currency, short positioning is soaring and foreigners are fleeing South African bonds at a rate last seen 18 years ago. After outperforming emerging-market peers for much of the year, the rand is falling into line as rising 46

21 May 2018 1:41 PM WPRU vice-president suspended for 4 years

Cape Town - Western Province Rugby Union (WPRU) vice-president Gerald Njengele has been suspended for four years after breaking the union’s code of ethics. WP Rugby is yet to state on what account Njengele was found guilty, but there were earlier reports of him being involved in a racial incident. Reports of the incident first surfaced in December 2017 and is believed 28