The Democratic Alliance has welcomed the unanimous decision by Parliament’s ad hoc committee that SABC board chairman Mbulaheni Maguvhe should be issued with a legally binding summons to appear before the committee to account for the apparent collapse of good...
Brandon Stone claimed a second European Tour victory as he ran away from the field for a seven-stroke triumph at the Alfred Dunhill Championship at the Leopard Creek Country Club near Malelane yesterday .
Andy Murray was tipped to become "Sir Andy" after crowning a golden season on top of the world days after brother Jamie topped the doubles standings, prompting their mother to hail them as "kings of world tennis".
A consortium aimed at accelerating the development of electric cars‚ stimulate investor confidence in the sector and meet government’s commitments to reduce emissions‚ was launched in Johannesburg on Monday.
A shaman holds coca leaves in his mouth next to a picture of U.S. President Barack Obama during a ritual to predict the winner in the upcoming U.S. elections at San Cristobal hill in Lima. The shamans prognosticated that Obama will succeed.
Photograph by: RAY STUBBLEBINE
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III throws a pass. File picture. The Washington Redskins suffered a 13-21 home defeat to the Carolina Panthers and if you believe the ‘Redskins Rule’ that could be good news for Republican candidate Mitt Romney in Tuesday’s presidential election. Since 1940, with just one exception, George W. Bush’s win over John Kerry in 2004, a Redskins win in their final home game before a presidential vote has meant victory for the incumbent with a loss meaning a triumph for the challenger.
Photograph by: ANDREW BURTON
A Barack Obama mask is seen at New York Costumes, a halloween supply store, in New York. Obama masks are slightly outselling Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney masks, said store manager Tony Bianchi.
Photograph by: BRIAN SNYDER
A reporter holds a cookie with a likeness of U.S. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on it, brought by U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) from Busken bakery to the airport in Vandalia, Ohio. Busken cookies is selling cookies with each candidates face on them, in the hopes of predicting which will win on the basis of which cookies sell best.
Elections are screwy, so why not ask a squirrel? Gnocci the squirrel predicted President Obama to win in the last election in 2008 but swung to Romney in 2012.
Photograph by: george tsartsianidis
According to a panel of five ABC News astrologists, the stars of Hollywood aren't the only ones backing him, and his victory is written in the heavens.