LCD Goes Alone On Parly Boycott

[Lesotho Times] THE Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) has decided to boycott parliamentary committees this week — a stance that is at variance with that of other opposition parties.

[Lesotho Times] THE Lesotho Congress for Democracy (LCD) has decided to boycott parliamentary committees this week -- a stance that is at variance with that of other opposition parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Dear Rich People

[New Times] Chances are you won’t read this because you’re too busy doing things rich people do, like closing your umpteenth deal, mulling your next big investment or flying off to your favourite vacation destination. Still, I’ll try to get a few thing…

[New Times] Chances are you won't read this because you're too busy doing things rich people do, like closing your umpteenth deal, mulling your next big investment or flying off to your favourite vacation destination. Still, I'll try to get a few things off my chest regarding your status, so to speak.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sassa Mayhem – Govt Officials Hell-Bent for CPs to Dish Out Grants, Says Nzimande

[News24Wire] Without mentioning any names, SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande claims there are people in government fighting tooth and nail to keep social grants in the hands of current service provider Cash Paymaster Services (CPS).

[News24Wire] Without mentioning any names, SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande claims there are people in government fighting tooth and nail to keep social grants in the hands of current service provider Cash Paymaster Services (CPS).

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Grace Ends SA’s Wait for Sun City Glory

[News24Wire] Branden Grace became the first South African winner of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in a decade at Sun City on Sunday, and South Africa’s greatest ever golfer was the first to jump out of his chair and hug him on behalf of thousands of fans.

[News24Wire] Branden Grace became the first South African winner of the Nedbank Golf Challenge in a decade at Sun City on Sunday, and South Africa's greatest ever golfer was the first to jump out of his chair and hug him on behalf of thousands of fans.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cricket – Morkel, AB At Their Destructive Best for Titans

[News24Wire] A brutal display of power-hitting by Albie Morkel and AB de Villiers helped the defending champions Titans begin their RAM SLAM T20 Challenge with a destructive eight-wicket Duckworth/Lewis victory over the Highveld Lions in Centurion on S…

[News24Wire] A brutal display of power-hitting by Albie Morkel and AB de Villiers helped the defending champions Titans begin their RAM SLAM T20 Challenge with a destructive eight-wicket Duckworth/Lewis victory over the Highveld Lions in Centurion on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Police Probe Fire in Which Two Adults, Two Children Died

[News24Wire] Police continue to probe the cause of a shack fire in which two children and their parents died in the Lusaka informal settlement in Mamelodi over the weekend, Gauteng police said on Sunday.

[News24Wire] Police continue to probe the cause of a shack fire in which two children and their parents died in the Lusaka informal settlement in Mamelodi over the weekend, Gauteng police said on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kick Us Out and We Will Take You On, Ex Minister Warns ANC

[News24Wire] If SACP leaders are not elected for top positions in government during the upcoming elective conference, the party is ready to contest the 2019 elections, general secretary Blade Nzimande warned on Sunday.

[News24Wire] If SACP leaders are not elected for top positions in government during the upcoming elective conference, the party is ready to contest the 2019 elections, general secretary Blade Nzimande warned on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

ANC Leadership Race – a Diminishing Spectrum of Zuma’s Nuclear Options

[Daily Maverick] With the ANC leadership battle now entering its final stretch, it is becoming apparent that it is going to be a nail-biter. For the moment, it is still impossible to predict a winner. While there is a public perception, in many urban a…

[Daily Maverick] With the ANC leadership battle now entering its final stretch, it is becoming apparent that it is going to be a nail-biter. For the moment, it is still impossible to predict a winner. While there is a public perception, in many urban areas at least, that Cyril Ramaphosa is currently in the lead, those who watch our politics carefully are getting increasingly concerned about President Jacob Zuma's next move. As we seem to be getting closer to finding out what that move could be, there is still plenty of rea

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa