Investigators slam conduct of match-fixers at Cricket SA’s SJN hearings | Sport

Match-fixing investigators Louis Cole and David Becker cleared the air over any allegations that their 2015 Ram Slam match-fixing probe targeted black players. In their testimonies, the duo pointed out that they were led by the evidence that was in front of them in processing the investigation. Cole said the radio interviews and the submissions … Read more

Cosas murders of 1982: Former apartheid police officer to stand trial | News24

Former apartheid police officer to stand trial for the Cosas murders of 1982. Christian Siebert Rorich was indicted to stand trial alongside Tlhomedi Ephraim Mfalapitsa. They are charged with the murder of three Cosas members as well as the attempted murder of another. They will appear in court together for the first time on Wednesday. The family … Read more

Jacob Zuma’s baby mama LaConco shares photos of her lavish birthday

After Jacob Zuma’s former flame and baby mama, Nonkanyiso ‘LaConco’ Conco made her mark on Showmax and Mzansi Magic’s reality TV show Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD), she recently shared an inside look into her lavish birthday celebration online. Inside LaConco’s lavish birthday party It is reported that LaConco had a lavish celebration earlier this month at Brahman Hills … Read more

Sudan’s hopes of freedom must not be snuffed out

The soldiers are back in charge in Sudan. In truth, they never went away. This Monday, after weeks of bickering between the civilian and military wings of the transitional government, generals arrested the civilian prime minister, Abdalla Hamdok. Gen Abdel Fattah Burhan, chair of the sovereign council that had been overseeing a putative transition to … Read more

The Mail & Guardian speaks to two young independent candidates in the Cape – The Mail & Guardian

More than 445 000 people aged 18 to 29 have registered to cast their vote in the Western Cape in the local government elections. It is the fourth largest age group heading to the polls on 1 November, according to the Electoral Commission of South Africa’s (IEC) central information portal.  In September, IEC chief electoral … Read more

‘Surprised’ Bavuma reacts to De Kock kneeling controversy: ‘He is a man in his own shoes’ | Sport

Temba Bavuma says the Proteas were “surprised” to hear of Quinton de Kock’s unavailability on Tuesday.  De Kock has been at the centre of controversy after refusing to take a knee in support of the fight against racism, despite instruction from the CSA board. Bavuma said he and his teammates would offer De Kock all … Read more

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