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21 December 2018 5:45 PM SA investors have unrealistic expectations, global study finds

A global study found that South African investors expect their portfolios to return nearly 13% annually over the next five years – almost 3% higher than the global average and 8.4% higher than their actual returns over the past five years. South Africa shows the third highest difference between expected returns and actual returns (8.4%), trailing only Russia 120

21 December 2018 5:13 PM German court overturns Rwandan's war crimes conviction

A German federal court has overturned the conviction of a Rwandan sentenced to 13 years in prison as an accessory to war crimes in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2015, a Stuttgart court convicted Ignace Murwanashyaka and Straton Musoni over their roles as the former president and vice president, respectively, of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation 88

21 December 2018 5:13 PM 27 000 Eritreans 'seeking refugee status' in Ethiopia

More than 27 500 Eritreans have filed for refugee status in Ethiopia since the two countries reopened their joint border in September, according to EU documents seen by AFP on Friday. More than 24 000 people from northern Eritrea have applied for refugee status at Endabaguna, in the Ethiopian border region of Tigray, and another 3 500 have done so in Afar region 83

21 December 2018 10:35 AM WATCH: Suzelle DIY and Marianne celebrate 100 episodes!

Cape Town – The colourful and quirky online sensation, Suzelle DIY, is celebrating 100 episodes of her delightful and silly YouTube show. It’s been four years of Suzelle entertaining us with her brilliant do-it-yourself hacks that have made life just a little bit easier for all of us. From the iconic braai pie to the extravagant leopard print bread – there’s 136

20 December 2018 7:47 PM Controversial MK promotions project temporarily interdicted

The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Thursday granted trade union Solidarity an interdict, temporarily halting the police's controversial project for non-statutory forces (NSF), aimed at promoting former MK and APLA members. NSF members are police officials from the armed wings of former liberation movements, which have been integrated into the police 104

20 December 2018 2:17 PM Kirsten, Gibbs unsuccessful in Indian women's job

Cape Town - Former Proteas batsmen Gary Kirsten and Herschelle Gibbs were unsuccessful in their application for the Indian women's head coach role. Gibbs confirmed the news on his Twitter account on Thursday, congratulating former Indian opener WV Raman on his appointment. The BCCI worked with an initial pool of 28 applicants for the position, which 63

20 December 2018 6:56 AM WATCH: Tackling Tata Madiba’s history in the Eastern Cape

There is an importance in preserving history, in working to make sure that the future generations can be aware of what happened in the past and to learn from it. Nelson Mandela believed in legacies, in creating a better future for those that come after us. Twin Mosia, from the Free State, was selected as one of News24’s 100 Young Mandela’s earlier this year. Twin, a former 38

20 December 2018 6:24 AM Kockott escapes with 3-week suspension for 'eye gouge'

Cape Town - Amid speculation that Rory Kockott was facing sanctions so heavy that his career was in jeopardy, the former Sharks scrumhalf left a disciplinary hearing in Paris on Wednesday with nothing more than a three-week suspension. According to the All Out Rugby website, Kockott, playing for Top 14 club Castres, was cited for eye gouging Munster 66

20 December 2018 6:05 AM Sudanese opposition leader returns from exile

Sudan's main opposition leader Sadiq al-Mahdi returned to the country on Wednesday after almost a year in exile, an AFP photographer at the scene said. Mahdi arrived in Omdurman, Khartoum's twin city on the west bank of the Nile, where he was greeted by a crowd of supporters before heading for the city's main mosque. No immediate explanation was given 68

19 December 2018 1:26 PM Mbalula 'violated Constitution' by taking Dubai trip, but escapes sanction

The Public Protector has found that a trip taken by Fikile Mbalula to Dubai in 2017, when he was the minister of sports and recreation, was paid for by a company that does business with sport governing body Sascoc, creating a conflict of interest. Speaking during the release of a number of her office's investigations on Wednesday, Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane 79