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Bring on Olympics

With the Commonwealth Games now in the bag, South Africa is gearing up for an Olympics bid.

Transformation red card

High court Judge Ntendeya Mavundla has lambasted the "snail's pace" of transformation, saying its was not acceptable after more than two decades of democracy.

New innovation takes heavy load off reclaimers

The City of Johannesburg’s plan to integrate informal waste reclaimers into its recycling programme took a major step forward this week when Pikitup‚ its waste management entity‚ unveiled 20 branded trolleys at its Waterval depot in Albertville.

Weakening rand hurting South African foreign affairs

An additional R750 million is being requested by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) as the rand‚ along with other commodity and emerging-market currencies‚ is reeling as markets remain unsure of the trajectory of global growth‚ with China’s economy showing signs of a slowdown.

‘Independent panel’ to help police implement Farlam report recommendations

A panel would be established to help guide the Police Ministry on how to implement recommendations in the Farlam Commission of Inquiry’s report, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko said in Parliament.

In the event of a total blackout

The stand-out meeting of the past week was the Premier’s Co-ordinating Forum (PCF), a statutory quarterly get-together of the Province’s Mayors and the Western Cape cabinet, at which we discuss issues that require intergovernmental co-operation.

'Terminator' denies DRC mass murder

Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda gave "orders to attack and kill" hundreds of victims in a campaign of terror in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, the International Criminal Court heard yesterday.
England's rugby captain Lewis Moody poses for photographers at the team hotel in Bagshot near London

Rugby star bans haka in Airbnb home

Lewis Moody, the former England rugby captain, has placed his home on Airbnb during the World Cup, as he invites fans to join him for garden games and "compulsory singing" of the British national anthem.