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SARS spy-unit trio get paid R8.5m in restraint-of-trade agreements

The South African Revenue Service paid R8.5 million in restraint-of-trade settlements to three former executives who left during the furore over the so-called "rogue" spy unit.

Orange is the new 'top secret' at Buffalo City Metro

Buffalo City Metro wants to keep controversial details on the use of municipal funds‚ including questionable projects‚ out of the public eye by reclassifying certain documents to "top secret".

Motsoeneng lacks the qualifications for his new SABC post: Cope

Is the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) trying to tell the younger generation that matric is useless? Is it saying that they can still be executives without education?

Gauteng health department denies that another psychiatric patient has died

The Democratic Alliance on Tuesday made a startling claim in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature about the death of another mentally ill patient.

Salary caps for municipal managers will result in exodus to private sector

The recent gazetting of salary caps for municipal managers and managers directly accountable to them has prompted the Institute for Local Government Management (iLGM) to express “strong concerns that a crises may be lurking”.

DR Congo's Bemba appeals ICC war crimes conviction

Former Congolese vice-president Jean-Pierre Bemba, jailed for 18 years for war crimes, has formally appealed against his conviction by the International Criminal Court, arguing his trial was "flawed," his lawyers said Wednesday.
Michael Morton of Supersport United challenged by Nduduzo Sibiya of Golden Arrows during the Absa Premiership 2016/17 match between Golden Arrows and Supersport United at Princess Magogo Stadium, KwaMashu South Africa on 28 September 2016 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

Golden Arrows miss out on setting a new club record

Lamontville Golden Arrows missed out on setting a new club record on Wednesday as they squandered a late penalty and were held to a 1-1 home draw by 10-man SuperSport United at a rainy Princess Magogo Stadium.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela briefs the media ahead of Absa Premier League clash against Free State Stars. Picture credits: Gallo Images

Komphela admits win agains Free State Stars could be crucial for Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela says Wednesday night's Premier Soccer League match against Free State Stars at the James Motlatsi Stadium in Orkney is a crucial one for his side as they aim for a morale-boosting three wins in a row.

Sundowns' Vilakazi predicts war to end all wars against old side Wits in MTN8 final

Sibusiso Vilakazi knows exactly how hungry Bidvest Wits are for a trophy.

Spitting-mad Cobras head to CCMA

The standoff between Cobras players and their coach‚ Paul Adams‚ leapt the boundary on Wednesday when the SA Cricketers’ Association (Saca) took the matter to the Commission for Conciliation‚ Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA).

‘A desperate Springbok team is dangerous,’ says Wallabies skills coach Byrne

“Desperation” is both a blessing and a curse for the Springboks ahead of their Rugby Championship clash with Australia‚ says Wallabies skills coach Mick Byrne.