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.
Gauteng: The Gauteng Department of Education says Parents of Grade 1 and 8 pupils in Gauteng have until midnight to apply online to secure space for their children. The department state has urged parents to utilize the online application process to avoid late applications, saying those who did not partake on the process are running […]
Castle Lite has yet again unlocked SA Hip Hop pioneers who are set to rewrite the rules of artistry. Castle Lite has been introduced in 1994 and is a reduced alcohol and lower calorie variant of Castle Lager. It is sold in a green bottle as opposed to Castle Lager’s brown and is also available […]
Collins Ndlovu: Addis Ababa: For half a century, Koshe dump site has been the only landfill in Addis Ababa, as the city has expanded the landfill-which used to lie on the outskirts of the Ethiopian capital now, has become African first waste to energy plant. Early in 2017, the landslide d on the dump has […]