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20 November 2018 4:18 PM 2 pupils at top KZN school given marching orders after cannabis oil episode at school

As legislation around the personal use of cannabis is being defined, a KwaZulu-Natal school has taken a no-nonsense approach to two pupils who had cannabis oil at school. Ashton International College in Ballito, north of Durban came into the spotlight after it expelled the two pupils - one in Grade 10 and the other in Grade 11. "The students who were expelled 54

19 November 2018 8:49 PM Missed appointment not enough to refuse refugee asylum

A man whose father fled Burundi during political turmoil and genocide there in 1994, has been given a fresh start at applying for asylum in South Africa after he was embroiled in a dispute with authorities for about a decade over a missed appointment. Although Western Cape High Court Judge Ashley Binns-Ward felt it was not up to him to decide whether 59

17 November 2018 12:00 PM Michelle Obama's memoir smashes sales records

New York — First day sales for Michelle Obama's memoirs Becoming topped 725,000 copies, making it one of the year's biggest debuts. Crown Publishing told The Associated Press on Friday that the figures include sales and pre-orders for the former first lady's memoir include hardcover, audio and e-books editions for the United States and Canada 82

13 November 2018 8:59 AM Court orders VBS Bank to be liquidated

The North Gauteng High Court has granted an order to liquidate VBS Mutual Bank. This after the South African Reserve Bank's Prudential Authority applied for the final liquidation of the mutual bank. The bank's curators have previously identified its financial state "as hopelessly insolvent" and that there was no prospect of it being saved 75

08 November 2018 8:19 AM Debit fraud: Here is how SA's big 4 banks are handling it

For bank account holders who have been victims of debit order fraud, banks have heard their concerns and have taken steps to prevent it. The four major banks – ABSA, Standard Bank, Nedbank and FNB – have partnered with the Payments Association of South Africa [PASA] to stop unauthorised debit orders going off clients' accounts. PASA's offering DebiCheck 116

06 November 2018 4:28 AM Debit order fraud: Beware of sharing your banking details

Consumers must be careful when sharing personal information that could be used by fraudsters to make unauthorised debit orders, Payments Association of South Africa CEO Walter Volker has warned. Banks are working with the Payments Association of South Africa (PASA) to deal with debit order fraud – a situation when some companies process debit orders 72

05 November 2018 4:53 PM Madagascar: three presidents, three crises

Madagascar's past three presidents, all in the running against 43 other candidates in the presidential vote on November 7, each had their terms tarnished by political crises. Marc Ravalomanana, a former milkman turned millionaire milk mogul is declared winner of the presidential election in 2002 after a crisis lasting nearly seven months against outgoing 53

01 November 2018 5:32 PM Female cop under fire after posting to Instagram an image in uniform while showing off tattoo

Pinetown police officer constable Sanele Sophazi has stirred up controversy after she shared an image of herself while in SAPS uniform with a visible tattoo, on her Instagram. The 30-year-old Durban based police officer has a great following on her social media and occasionally shares images of herself dressed in uniform. In the image shared which landed 39

04 October 2018 8:08 AM Rand weakens in early trade as strong dollar keeps pressure on

The rand weakened by 0.5% against the dollar in early trade on Thursday, with analysts saying it will likely remain under pressure throughout the day. The local currency opened Thursday morning at 14.65/$ and was changing hands at 14.71/$ at 08:18. This after it lost 2% against the greenback on Wednesday due to a combination of a rise in US treasury 60

07 September 2018 11:15 AM Tencent and Alibaba bring their battle for supremacy to coffee

Chinese internet giant Tencent upped the ante on rival Alibaba in their race to corner the market for the country’s coffee drinkers. Tencent signed a strategic partnership agreement with local chain Luckin Coffee on Thursday, according to official WeChat accounts for the companies. The tie-up will explore robotic delivery of orders as well as payments 141