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Commission welcomes confirmation of settlement with Citibank and calls on other banks to answer

Welcoming the Competition Tribunal’s confirmation of its settlement agreement with Citibank NA regarding the bank’s involvement in a forex trading cartel‚ the Competition Commission has called on the other banks that are implicated to file their answers to the case.

If opting for lay-by‚ check that store’s policy is CPA compliant

Lay-by signs are popping up in the windows and at the pay points of many a chain store as struggling retailers embrace the interest-free payment model in a bid to entice consumers with maxed-out credit cards and tainted credit records.
Jeremiah Fraites, Wesley Schultz and Neyla Pekarek of The Lumineers.

The Lumineers promise their South African fans ‘two times more’ music

American folk rock sensation The Lumineers have returned to South Africa for the third time and are thrilled to hit the stage here again.

Durban court orders EnviroServ to stop dumping at its Shongweni site

Waste management company EnviroServ have been barred from dumping at their Shongweni landfill site by the Durban High Court.

Sundowns draw AS Vita again in Champions League group stages

African Champions League holders Mamelodi Sundowns will have a reunion with Congolese outfit AS Vita Club‚ who they lost to last year but who then offered the South Africans a fairytale path to victory after being disqualified.

Tribunal confirms Citibank’s R69m fine for forex price fixing

CitiBank's R69-million fine for its role in foreign exchange price fixing has been agreed to by the Competition Tribunal.

Kaizer Chiefs fan wins on a night when the club lost

On-line manager Matthew von Meyer’s favourite team went tumbling down at Cape Town Stadium on Tuesday but defeat for Kaizer Chiefs did not put a dampener on his night.

Few highlights for SA cricketers in England

Dean Elgar has scored a century‚ Stephen Cook a half-century‚ and Wayne Parnell has made a 50 and taken seven wickets in two games.

Rugby returns to Orlando Stadium

It’s taken seven years but rugby will return to the Orlando Stadium in June when SA ‘A’ host the French Barbarians at the iconic Soweto venue.

Head to this Joburg eatery when a craving for confectionary-style carbs strikes

Andrea Burgener discovers it's best to leave room for dessert when dining at Glenda's in Joburg

SuperSport United refuse to give up title chase

SuperSport United are not giving up on the Absa Premiership title race‚ a 1-0 win against Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Tuesday night having brought them back from the brink of slipping out of the race.
Jan Bornman

Passengers frustrated by cancelled SAA flights

Passengers expecting to use South African Airways flights on Wednesday have been angered by the cancellation of several flights from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

Bok lock Eben Etzebeth reaches 50 for Stormers

It’s unusual that a player has played more Tests than provincial matches but this weekend Stormers lock Eben Etzebeth reaches a significant milestone when he runs out for the 50th time in Super Rugby.

Vote against Zuma at your peril‚ ANC KZN warns its MPs

The ANC in eThekwini has read the riot act to five of its seven members deployed in Parliament‚ laying down the law and ordering them not to abandon President Jacob Zuma ahead of a planned no-confidence vote.

Blood from Van Breda axe killing flew out of window and hit neighbour's house

The axeman’s blows which stole his brother’s life were so forceful that they sent drops of blood flying several metres through Henri van Breda's second-storey bedroom window and onto the neighbour's wall.

Booers to be dealt with by ANC

Serious steps were being taken by the ANC in Durban and in KwaZulu-Natal to deal with those that booed senior party members at recent events.

State to appeal landmark dagga ruling

The dagga saga is set to drag on for a while.

Aerial images of SA's apartheid legacy win international acclaim

Johnny Miller‚ who attracted worldwide attention for his stark aerial images portraying South Africa's spatial inequality‚ was the only African photographer shortlisted in an international photography competition.

Reserve Bank governor questions ‘radical economic transformation’

South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago does not understand what is meant by radical economic transformation‚ which has gained a renewed push from President Jacob Zuma and his supporters.

Great times for scientist mom: South African HIV researcher on Time’s 100 influential people list

The "great people are coming". Paediatrician and medical research scientist Dr Glenda Gray's late father would have nodded knowingly at this phrase after Gray was chosen as one of Time magazine's top 100 most influential people in the world.

Mbalula vs Ntlemeza : The funniest #findingNtlemeza memes

Twitter pokes fun at the battle between Police Minister Fikile Mbalula and former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza with a hashtag #FindingNtlameza.

Sundowns draw AS Vita again in Champions League group stages

African Champions League holders Mamelodi Sundowns will have a reunion with Congolese outfit AS Vita Club‚ who they lost to last year but who then offered the South Africans a fairytale path to victory after being disqualified.

Bok lock Eben Etzebeth reaches 50 for Stormers

It’s unusual that a player has played more Tests than provincial matches but this weekend Stormers lock Eben Etzebeth reaches a significant milestone when he runs out for the 50th time in Super Rugby.

SuperSport United refuse to give up title chase

SuperSport United are not giving up on the Absa Premiership title race‚ a 1-0 win against Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Tuesday night having brought them back from the brink of slipping out of the race.

Kaizer Chiefs fan wins on a night when the club lost

On-line manager Matthew von Meyer’s favourite team went tumbling down at Cape Town Stadium on Tuesday but defeat for Kaizer Chiefs did not put a dampener on his night.

Rugby returns to Orlando Stadium

It’s taken seven years but rugby will return to the Orlando Stadium in June when SA ‘A’ host the French Barbarians at the iconic Soweto venue.

If opting for lay-by‚ check that store’s policy is CPA compliant

Lay-by signs are popping up in the windows and at the pay points of many a chain store as struggling retailers embrace the interest-free payment model in a bid to entice consumers with maxed-out credit cards and tainted credit records.

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Eskom-linked firm ‘donated’ R1.7m to ANC birthday bash

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Mbalula has power to bar Ntlemeza from entering Hawks HQ on Monday: DA

Police minister Fikile Mbalula has the power to bar axed former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza from entering the Hawks HQ from Monday – regardless of the fact that Ntlemeza is appealing against his sacking‚ the Democratic Alliance says.

Photographer documents SA's youth carving out their own anti-born-free identities

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