Gauteng – The Guptas has been found in breach of an earlier court order to return the jet. Gupta family and their acquaintances have lost an application for leave to appeal a court ruling ordering the grounding and safekeeping of their aeroplane. The South Gauteng High court ordered them to pay costs. The Guptas have five days to return the jet they rented from Canadian state-owned bank Export Development Canada. The jet which was financed by a Canadian agency, EDC and owned by Stoneriver was grounded in March.
Matthews Moraba: The Premier Soccer League(PSL) has confirmed that a moment of silence will be observed for struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. Madikizela-Mandela passed away at the age of 81 on Monday, with it being confirmed that she had lost her battle with illness after being ‘in and out of the hospital since the start of […]
The City advises of pressure management in the Kenridge area In response to the worst drought in the city’s history, the City’s Water and Sanitation Department continues the roll-out of pressure management technology to various parts of the water supply network. We thank residents for their cooperation in reducing water consumption thus far and regret […]
Collins Ndlovu: Johannesburg; Former minister and diplomat Zola Skweyiya has been laid to rest in Pretoria over the weekend, where he was described by mourners as humble civil servant and father of “Batho Pele” principles. President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged that the governing party failed Skweyiya, he also apologized to the ANC Veterans family during the […]