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.
Collins Ndlovu: Johannesburg: Liverpool will be looking forward to continuing with their recent success in the champions league, while Roma will also hope to emulate their last game performance against Barcelona in their last meeting where they won. The first leg of the champion’s league will take place tonight at Anfield where Liverpool will be […]
While there have been isolated incidents by protesting workers, Eskom’s power stations and other critical facilities are operating optimally. “Eskom’s power stations and other critical facilities continue to operate optimally in line with the contingency measures that the company has put in place to ensure security of power supply during this period of wildcat strikes,” […]
Johannesburg: President Cyril Ramaphosa has launched the Youth Employment Service today under the theme (YES initiative) which aims at placing more than one million young South Africans and being offered paid work experience over the next three years. It is understood that the initiative takes the form of a partnership led by President Cyril Ramaphosa […]