Communist Party Heads Warns of Public Investment Corporation ‘Looters’

[News24Wire] SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande on Wednesday urged workers to take an interest in their pension funds because the “looters” had their eyes on it.

[News24Wire] SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande on Wednesday urged workers to take an interest in their pension funds because the "looters" had their eyes on it.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Schwartzel Eager to Put Pressure On in-Form U.S.

[News24Wire] Charl Schwartzel spoke candidly regarding the International team’s poor record against their American opponents leading up to this week’s Presidents Cup .

[News24Wire] Charl Schwartzel spoke candidly regarding the International team's poor record against their American opponents leading up to this week's Presidents Cup .

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Boks Wary of Folau, Beale Threats

[News24Wire] The Springboks are mindful of the threats posed by the Australian duo of Kurtley Beale and Israel Folau ahead of Saturday’s Rugby Championship clash in Bloemfontein.

[News24Wire] The Springboks are mindful of the threats posed by the Australian duo of Kurtley Beale and Israel Folau ahead of Saturday's Rugby Championship clash in Bloemfontein.

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‘King Kong’ Speaks to South Africa Today

[Daily Maverick] The classic South African jazz opera, King Kong – presented in a new edition at the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town in July, and now showing at the Joburg Theatre until 8 October – is a metaphor of South African tragedy. It reflects the ob…

[Daily Maverick] The classic South African jazz opera, King Kong - presented in a new edition at the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town in July, and now showing at the Joburg Theatre until 8 October - is a metaphor of South African tragedy. It reflects the obverse of the country's great historic myth.

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Analysis – Team SA Finance Not Worth the Taxi Fare

[Daily Maverick] Team Finance on Tuesday put up such a poor showing at its media briefing that, if this reporter were an investor, he’d be loath to loan even taxi fare, never mind the billions of rand Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba urgently needs to ba…

[Daily Maverick] Team Finance on Tuesday put up such a poor showing at its media briefing that, if this reporter were an investor, he'd be loath to loan even taxi fare, never mind the billions of rand Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba urgently needs to bail out state-owned entities including SAA in three days' time, without impacting negatively on the already painfully stretched national purse. By MARIANNE MERTEN.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa