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24 February 2018 3:52 PM DA launches petition against VAT increase

Tshwane – The Democratic Alliance has launched a national petition to have the recently announced increase in the country’s Value Added Tax revoked. Speaking at the launch at a rally in Soshanguve, Tshwane, DA leader Mmusi Maimane said the National Budget, tabled in Parliament this past Wednesday by Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba, was the first actual 16

23 February 2018 2:45 PM Wife whose abusive husband cut off her hands will soon get robot replacement

A woman is looking forward to getting a robotic hand after her abusive husband cut off hers. Domestic violence victim Margarita Gracheva (25), from Moscow in Russia, was tortured by her husband Dmitry Grachev (26) after he tried to get her to admit to having an affair. Dmitry, who is a psychologist, dragged her to the woods in Western Moscow to try and get a confession 18

22 February 2018 3:32 PM No performance bonuses for poorly performing municipality officials – KZN Cogta

Durban – There will be no performance bonuses or salary increments for senior managers at KwaZulu-Natal municipalities who performed poorly in the 2016/17 financial year, the provincial department of cooperative governance and traditional affairs (Cogta) said on Thursday. "Performance bonuses should reflect the consequences. Those that have done wrong 19

17 February 2018 12:00 PM MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai to be buried on Tuesday, says son

Cape Town – Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is set to be buried on Tuesday, his son Edwin Tsvangirai has said. Edwin confirmed during an interview with News24 that the Zimbabwean government was assisting with repatriation and funeral arrangements. "He (Tsvangirai) will be repatriated back home on Saturday evening. He will then be buried 69

15 February 2018 7:05 AM December retail sales exceed expectations

Cape Town - Sales at retailers accelerated in December hot on the heels of Black Friday, capping a year of growth in general retailers, official figures show. Retail trade sales in December 2017 increased by 5.3% year-on-year, according to data released by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) on Wednesday. "December retail trade sales far exceeded our expectations 35

15 February 2018 5:57 AM Ronaldo wins battle of the superstars

Madrid - Zinedine Zidane warned his Real Madrid players that they can expect to suffer in the return leg of their Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain despite seeing Cristiano Ronaldo inspire a 3-1 comeback victory on Wednesday. The reigning European champions stunned the PSG of Neymar in the last 16, first-leg showdown with two goals in the final 24

01 February 2018 7:22 PM Black Caps expect aggressive Warner

Australia's usual vice-captain led the Sunrisers Hyderabad to the IPL title in 2016 and in the same year captained Australia to T20I series win in Sri Lanka when Steve Smith took a rest. "He's obviously had a bit of experience in the IPL captaining T20 sides, so I'm sure he'll be aggressive," Southee told the media. "I'm sure the Australian way will still 37

24 January 2018 4:53 PM SA CEOs lose more sleep over economic woes than global peers

Johannesburg - Only 22% of CEOs in South Africa are “very confident” of their own company’s growth in the next 12 months, according to PwC’s 21st CEO survey. The annual survey is based on interviews with 1 293 CEOs from 85 countries and 41 CEOs in South Africa were interviewed. The findings were shared at a press briefing in Johannesburg on Wednesday 113

23 January 2018 2:31 PM WATCH: J’Something remembers working with Hugh Masekela

Cape Town – Mi Casa front man J’Something has called working with Hugh Masekela a highlight of his career in a post on his Instagram aacount. “I often get asked what the highlight of my career has been ... people often expect me to jump to winning awards or selling out shows or performing for Obama ... none of these actually. The highlight of my career 88

17 January 2018 5:34 PM Two months may make a big difference for MPC

Johannesburg - Two months can be a long time in monetary policy as well as politics. When the South African Reserve Bank’s rate-setting committee met in November, the rand was at a year-low, inflation expectations exceeded the 6% upper end of the target range and the bank’s forecast models showed more increases over the next two years. This week, the Monetary 56