Merkel vows to work for orderly Brexit after…

Berlin, May 24, 2019 (AFP) -Germany will keep working towards an "orderly" Brexit, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Friday, hours after Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation. Merkel said that she "of course respects the…

Msimanga did not apply his mind to the…

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found that former Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga failed to apply his mind in the appointment of Marietha Aucamp, the City’s chief of staff, whose appointment was irregular. In her report,…

Makhandas water woes stabilised, Gift of the Givers…

Government has agreed to compensate charity organisation Gift of the Givers to a value yet to be determined, for its interventions to alleviate the drought in Makhanda, the organisation said on Friday. The breakthrough follows…

Rand Water hits three Gauteng metros with water…

Higher than normal water consumption coupled with below average dam levels, have resulted in restrictions applied in three Gauteng metros. City of Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni were hit with a "reduced flow" from Friday morning,…

No getting left behind this time: Pinky Girl…

2019-05-24 18:12 Tebogo 'Pinky Gir'l Mekgwe, Bonang Matheba (Photo: Gallo Images) Johannesburg – After being left behind by Bonang on her last trip to Europe, Pinky Girl (real name Tebogo Mekgwe) has finally sorted out…

A dozen delights from the Japanese cities hosting…

Tickets for Rugby World Cup 2019 are attracting record demand, with Japan proving the place to become 20 September.  A land of compelling contrasts, where old-world traditions and ancient shrines comfortably sit alongside futuristic experiences…

Plea for leniency by the youngest of the…

A plea for leniency from the youngest of the accused of the remaining three "Krugersdorp Killers" has fallen on deaf ears. Judge Jacob Francis challenged a version launched by Marcel Steyn, 21, that she was…