Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Happy feet at Harcourts

REMEMBER we asked last week who these feet belonged to? Well, here's the answer.

The 2019 Amanzi Festival looks set to be the best yet

  IT was all about marketing the product at the first meeting of the Amanzi Festival committee on Tuesday when it met at the Royal...

Ajay Gupta on ‘religious pilgrimage’ in India

Ajay Gupta is reportedly undertaking a religious pilgrimage with members of his family in India. eNCA and the SABC reported on Monday that Gupta –...

Happy Feet – Slipper Day helps children reach for a dream

TODAY, Friday May 11, was officially Slipper Day, an initiative of the Reach for a Dream Foundation that allows sick children to fulfil their...

Trending at Petticoat Lane – retro clothing

IT's a craze in both Europe and the United States - retro-clothing, and our very own Petticoat Lane has it all. From shoes to dresses,...

SA Express explains drama on flight 1412

SA Express has given the details of what happened on flight SA1412 from East London to Johannesburg‚ which experience an explosion shortly after takeoff. “The...

Ward 10 shows little support at the mayoral imbizo

THERE was little participation at Thursday evening’s mayoral imbizo; an opportunity to have pressing questions answered by the municipality as well as to raise...

WIN with Talk of the Town !!!!!!

Some lovely competitions in Talk of the Town - from next week you stand a chance of winning a mid-week stay at the Fish...

WATCH: Explainer: What is the Iran nuclear deal all about and how does it...

US president Donald Trump announced his decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal on May 8 2018. But what exactly is the...

Something for everyone at scenic Tash’s Craft Bar

WITH one of the best scenic venues in town, overlooking the Kowie River and marina, Tash’s Craft Bar is a place where you can...

BREAKING: Presidency brings charges against Sars commissioner Tom Moyane

The Presidency has brought disciplinary charges against suspended South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane for allegedly violating his duties and responsibilities. A separate...

Mining companies to pay about R5bn to mineworkers after silicosis settlement

Mining companies are going to fork out about R5bn to mineworkers after an historic class action settlement was reached with those suffering from silicosis...

Court denies desperate appeal to block business rescuers from Gupta’s Oakbay office

Directors of Gupta-owned Oakbay have been denied leave to appeal a court order instructing them to allow business rescue practitioners (BRP’s) access to Oakbay’s...

Barclays ditches KPMG

Barclays Africa has ditched KPMG SA as its external auditor‚ citing the recent developments around the embattled auditing firm. Barclays Africa is the first major...

Disease-reporting goes hi-tech to combat infections

Doctors and nurses will be able to report infectious diseases on their phones‚ thanks to a new app. The new notifiable disease surveillance system includes...

National minimum wage a ‘historic’ victory for workers: Ramaphosa

The national minimum wage will be a historic victory for South African workers. This is according to President Cyril Ramaphosa‚ who was speaking on Tuesday...

54 people arrested after trucks torched

Dozens of people have been arrested in the wake of violent protests in Mooi River on Sunday night‚ police said. Provincial Police Commissioner Bheki Langa...

Durban-Joburg freeway closed after protesters torch trucks

A wave of civil disobedience which saw trucks torched has forced the closure of the N3 and the R103 at Mooi River on Sunday...

A masterclass in food and wine pairing

NICK Howard worked his magic on Saturday evening at his restaurant, Graze by the River on Van der Riet Street, with a food and...

Icasa gives good news for mobile phone users

The country's telecommunications regulator has announced that subscribers will now be able to roll over data on their devices. The Independent Communications Authority of SA...

Petrol price to hit record highs in May

The Automobile Association (AA) says motorists are set to reel under massive fuel hikes next month. "Fuel prices in May will increase by around 49...

No loadshedding this winter‚ Eskom promises

Despite lower than desired coal stock levels at seven power stations‚ Eskom says it is actively taking steps to manage the situation so that...

Christo Wiese selling two of his private airplanes

Dollar billionaire and former chairman of Steinhoff, Christo Wiese, is selling two of his luxury private jets. Wiese confirmed this to TimesLIVE on Wednesday afternoon...

Here’s where SABC bosses liked to hang out in Cape Town

The SABC spent more than R680‚000 on the travel costs of board members and officials who were supposed to testify before a parliamentary ad...

‘A sad day for South African journalism’: Sanef

The South African National Editors’ Forum (Sanef) on Friday criticised the Independent Media newspaper group over a front-page story that compared certain journalists to...

Oppenheimer aviation battle costs Gigaba more than R800K

The Department of Home Affairs has to date spent R874‚199 on legal costs pertaining to Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba’s defence of his decision...

‘Gupta coal bites Eskom’

With winter fast approaching and electricity demand expected to peak‚ the Gupta coal deals have come back to haunt Eskom once again‚ says energy...

It’s a witch hunt by a bunch of “incompetents”‚ say Guptas

The Guptas have launched a scathing and astonishing attack on the Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority‚ who they have slammed as “incompetents” hellbent...

Brian Molefe loses bid to challenge Eskom pension repayment

Former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has to pay back the money given to him and won’t get his job back after the Pretoria High...

NPA gives Gupta empire R180m bloody nose

Law enforcement authorities have seized assets worth R180 million from the Gupta family‚ including 65 cars‚ 46 properties‚ a helicopter‚ two aircraft‚ cash in...
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