How the DA Conducts Itself in This Water Crisis Will Determine Its Future Course in South Africa’s Body Politic

[Daily Maverick] The DA is learning that it is easier to shout “Nkandla”, or “State Capture”, from the rooftops, than “Save Water”. Amid national and global headlines that Cape Town could become the first major city in the world to run out of water, So…

[Daily Maverick] The DA is learning that it is easier to shout "Nkandla", or "State Capture", from the rooftops, than "Save Water". Amid national and global headlines that Cape Town could become the first major city in the world to run out of water, South Africa's second largest political party is fumbling at the test of its much-proclaimed good governance where it governs.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Poaching Syndicate Exposed

[Daily News] Dodoma -KEY suspects in the massive poaching and wildlife trafficking were named yesterday, with the police given seven-day ultimatum to arrest and prosecute Wayne Lotter’s murderers.

[Daily News] Dodoma -KEY suspects in the massive poaching and wildlife trafficking were named yesterday, with the police given seven-day ultimatum to arrest and prosecute Wayne Lotter's murderers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Soccer – Kagera Sugar’s Nyoso Granted Police Bail

[Daily News] Bukoba -KAGERA Sugar defender J u m a Nyoso has been granted police bail after spending two days in custody for allegedly assaulting a fan, after his team’s 2-0 loss to Simba at the Kaitaba Stadium.

[Daily News] Bukoba -KAGERA Sugar defender J u m a Nyoso has been granted police bail after spending two days in custody for allegedly assaulting a fan, after his team's 2-0 loss to Simba at the Kaitaba Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

State Suspends Job Agency Operations

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE government yesterday suspended operations of private employment promotion agencies in the country over failure to adhere to labour laws and regulations.

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE government yesterday suspended operations of private employment promotion agencies in the country over failure to adhere to labour laws and regulations.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

The Downfall of the Talented Mr Molefe

[Daily Maverick] Thursday’s damning court ruling against former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is justifiably seen by many as his well-deserved comeuppance. But it is also evident that myths about Brian Molefe are rapidly becoming fact. That he was always eith…

[Daily Maverick] Thursday's damning court ruling against former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is justifiably seen by many as his well-deserved comeuppance. But it is also evident that myths about Brian Molefe are rapidly becoming fact. That he was always either corrupt or incompetent (not true). That he was always one of Zuma's minions (instead, Molefe was a passionate Mbeki acolyte). The reality is that what makes Molefe's fall from grace more startling is that he was supposed to be one of the good guys: a man of both competence

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

State Capture Inquiry – Terms of Reference Focus On Guptas but Leave Door Open for ‘Others’

[Daily Maverick] President Jacob Zuma has finally released the terms of reference for the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture. They mostly focus on corruption allegations against the Gupta family and their allies, creating another headache for the…

[Daily Maverick] President Jacob Zuma has finally released the terms of reference for the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture. They mostly focus on corruption allegations against the Gupta family and their allies, creating another headache for the Saxonwold clique. But there are caveats in the terms, possibly allowing further allegations of corruption against others to sneak into the inquiry.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Alleged Rail Cable Thief Electrocuted to Death in Cape Town

[News24Wire] An alleged cable thief was electrocuted to death on Thursday while trying to cut an 11kV overhead line that provided traction power to Metrorail’s crippled central line, the company said.

[News24Wire] An alleged cable thief was electrocuted to death on Thursday while trying to cut an 11kV overhead line that provided traction power to Metrorail's crippled central line, the company said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa