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News24.com | EXPOSED: The deep rot inside the broadcaster
Appointments at the public broadcaster were made to posts that had not been advertised; and those who got the jobs didn’t have the required qualifications or experience.

News24.com | Cyril steps up for Pres
Deputy president signals that his own ‘long walk’ is not yet over – and he will be a contender.

News24.com | Nigeria church collapse: Govt to investigate
The Nigerian government says it will hold an inquiry to investigate if anyone compromised building standards after the roof of a crowded church collapsed onto worshippers, killings dozens.

News24.com | It’s war among the ranks of MK vets
ANC military veterans are at each others’ throats after a rival faction organised a large meeting outside of the formal structures.

News24.com | Editorial: Department’s decision does not add up
The decision by the department of education to drop the pass rate for maths to 20% for grades 7 to 9 is an appalling indictment of our education system.

News24.com | Editorial: SABC is finally hauled in
Parliament finally took a no-nonsense stand against the SABC when its ad hoc committee – set up to inquire into the board’s fitness to hold office – tackled the public broadcaster head on this week.

Fin24.com | White supremacists flock to new social network ‘Gab’
Squeezed out of Twitter and other social media websites cracking down on hate speech, far-right activists are finding a home on a new platform that promises never to censor content.

Sport24.co.za | Shakes to know his fate this week
Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba should know his fate in the next seven days after a marathon disciplinary hearing last week.

News24.com | Dudu is dealt a blow
Dudu Myeni’s wings have been clipped by the Pietermaritzburg High Court in KwaZulu-Natal, which last week ordered Water Affairs and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane to axe the board of the Mhlathuze Water authority – situated in Richards Bay – w

News24.com | Legal enmity to Mashaba’s inner-city project
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has exaggerated the extent of illegal occupation in inner-city properties, say lawyers on both sides of the long legal battle over “bad buildings”.

Fin24.com | SA to see more electric vehicles
South Africa could see more electric cars on the roads soon if a new industry body succeeds in its lobby for government to allow zero duties on imports.

News24.com | A family divided
The family of late gospel star S’fiso Ncwane say they were sidelined from his funeral arrangements, amid disagreements between his widow and his mother over where he should be buried.

Sport24.co.za | Le Clos claims 50m fly gold
Chad le Clos continued his hot streak at the Short Course World Swimming Championships with his third gold of the championships in the 50m butterfly.

W24.co.za | Book review: Fela: This Bitch of a Life by Carlos Moore
A study of contrasts and a catalogue of human experience.

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News24.com | Turkey declares day's mourning after Istanbul bombings
Turkey has declared a one-day morning after twin blasts ripped through the heart of Istanbul following a football match killing 29 people, mainly police, and wounding 166.

Sport24.co.za | Downs, Kashima to cross swords
To emerge unscathed in their match against Kashima Antlers in their Fifa Club World Cup, the Brazilians will have to contend with hosts’ notoriously vocal fans.

Sport24.co.za | Ford on tiptoes as Islanders land in SA
‘Obviously, nobody involved in the game tries not to win every game’, says Sri Lanka coach Graham Ford.

News24.com | Over 30 dead, many injured as Kenya fuel tanker crashes, explodes
More than 30 people have died after a fuel tanker crashed into other vehicles and burst into flames outside the town of Naivasha in Kenya, officials say.

News24.com | BREAKING: Dozens killed, wounded after church roof collapses in Nigeria
A church roof has collapsed in southeastern Nigeria causing "many deaths and injury" the country's president says, with state media reporting that up to 200 people could have been killed.
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