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Big Sam lands in big trouble | Soccer | BDlive
SAM Allardyce’s straight-talking style helped land him the England manager’s job, but just 67 days into the role it has left him in an almighty spot of bother.

Allardyce, known as "Big Sam", was secretly filmed by The Daily Telegraph giving advice on how to circumnavigate transfer rules and mocking the speech impediment of predecessor Roy Hodgson.

The 61-year-old Allardyce is now the subject of a Football Association investigation, casting serious doubt over the future of a ...
Video: Max Price discusses implications of #Fees2017 - Western Cape | IOL News
Dr Max Price held a press conference on Wednesday at the Protea Hotel to give an update on UCT’s handling of the #Fees2017 movement and how it has affected their academic year.

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Uber launches food delivery app UberEats in Joburg - Times LIVE
Uber launches food delivery app UberEats in Joburg Julia Madibogo | 2016-09-28 12:41:33.0 An Uber car is seen parked with the driver's lunch left on the dashboard. File Photo Image by: LUCY NICHOLSON / REUTERS Global ride-hailing service Uber is branching into the food business in South Africa with the local launch on Thursday of its food delivery platform‚ UberEats. ...
SARS spy-unit trio get paid R8.5m in restraint-of-trade agreements - Times LIVE
SARS spy-unit trio get paid R8.5m in restraint-of-trade agreements Linda Ensor | 2016-09-28 14:09:43.0 Ivan Pillay Image by: Trevor Samson The South African Revenue Service paid R8.5 million in restraint-of-trade settlements to three former executives who left during the furore over the so-called "rogue" spy unit. ...
Why it makes such good sense to soften the pain of retrenchment | Management | BDlive
WHETHER we like to admit it or not, our job is one of the most important things in our lives. It puts food on the table, pays for our homes and clothes, educates our children and provides medical care — the list is endless.

Earning a living is a lifelong necessity. So, if this is the one thing in our lives that facilitates virtually everything else, why don’t we do more to protect it?

There are two aspects we need to consider — personal responsibility and corporate social r ...
Melville Edelstein honoured 40 years after his death during the Soweto uprising | National | BDlive
FORTY years after this brutal death on the streets of Soweto, the late Melville Edelstein will finally be honored this Thursday when a plaque will be erected in his name, as part of the programme of events to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1976 uprising.

"Dad’s contribution to the fight against apartheid was acknowledged at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and now he is finally being honoured," his daughter, Janet Goldblatt, told Business Day this week.

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After #IamCharlie - I declare#Imgay - The Mercury
In the wake of the US gay club shooting, we should make a greater effort to be more empathetic than sympathetic, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

Durban - On Monday I posted the following on my Facebook wall: “In the wake of the attack on Charlie Hebdo the world proclaimed that 'I’m Charlie' to show solidarity with the cartoonists.

“In that spirit and in the wake of the attacks on the Miami bar I declare #ImGay.

Inclusive Promenade a step in the right direction - Cape Argus
During a stroll along the promenade, Cape Town almost seems to be a poster child for some kind of idyllic, multicultural nirvana, says Mike Wills.

Cape Town - A walk along the promenade from Granger Bay to Sea Point on a warm winter’s Sunday afternoon is to experience the very best of our city.

During that stroll, Cape Town almost seems to be a poster child for some kind of idyllic, multicultural nirvana.

W ...
Ten things about June 16 1976 | Opinion | M&G
The portfolio committee is looking to find out exactly what happened in Canada so it can prevent similar incidents from occurring again.

The parliamentary portfolio committee on environmental affairs on Tuesday said it would engage with the department of environmental affairs to “fully understand” the salary dispute involving South African firefighters who had gone to Canada to help suppress wildfires there.

The firefighters arrived back in South Africa after ...
Parliamentary committee 'concerned' about SA firefighters debacle | News | National | M&G
The portfolio committee is looking to find out exactly what happened in Canada so it can prevent similar incidents from occurring again.

The parliamentary portfolio committee on environmental affairs on Tuesday said it would engage with the department of environmental affairs to “fully understand” the salary dispute involving South African firefighters who had gone to Canada to help suppress wildfires there.

The firefighters arrived back in South Africa after ...
SUNDAY TIMES - In Pictures: Roux has Oscar stand on stumps to display his vulnerability
Inside one of SA's driest towns Roxanne Henderson | 2016-06-15 14:16:42.0 Bucket full of water. Image by: iStock Images Collecting water for bathing and cooking by the bucket and watching your garden whither – this is what residents in one of SA's driest towns have had to endure. ...
Inside one of SA's driest towns - Times LIVE
Inside one of SA's driest towns Roxanne Henderson | 2016-06-15 14:16:42.0 Bucket full of water. Image by: iStock Images Collecting water for bathing and cooking by the bucket and watching your garden whither – this is what residents in one of SA's driest towns have had to endure. ...
Uproar over Pretoria judge’s ‘racist’ comments - Crime & Courts | IOL News
Johannesburg - High court in Pretoria Judge Mabel Jansen has found herself caught in a social media storm after posting a message with racial undertones, seemingly suggesting rape is an ingrained part of black people’s culture.

So incensed were some users with the post that a petition was launched on Sunday night calling for her resignation.

In the post, Judge Jansen mentions murder, and gang rape of babies, daughters and mother ...
Officers killed in Somalia suicide attack - Africa | IOL News
Mogadishu - A car bomb killed at least two police officers in the Somali capital of Mogadishu on Monday in a suicide attack on the city's traffic police headquarters, police said.

Three others were wounded during the attack, said Mohamed Nur, a traffic police officer. One of the assailants was killed in a gun fight after the blast.

“It was a suicide car bomb that hit the gate. We also shot dead an armed militant who wanted to storm ...

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