#News24 ICYMI: Banned Rabada reclaims No 1 spot; Eskom Inquiry set to heat up; and Western Cape discovers its own cradle of humankind
Cape Town – See a criminal snatching phone out of man's hand at a popular restaurant, many in the ANC have come to see the EFF as the de facto ANC Youth League, writes Max du Preez and Meghan Markle makes her first ever public appearance with her Majesty the Queen.
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The portfolio committee on public enterprises will resolve to launch a process to subpoena Dudu Myeni, the Gupta brothers and Duduzane Zuma to appear before the Eskom inquiry.
Kagiso Rabada's performance in the second Test against Australia in Port Elizabeth has seen him rise back to the top of Test cricket's bowling rankings.
R6bn has been allocated for disaster relief in the budget, and more will come through special disaster funds, says Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize.
Is the ANC trying to neutralise the EFF by smothering it in an adoring embrace? Or has the two parties' political approach become so similar that one can't see daylight between them?
While Gauteng houses the first discoveries of original fossil hominin material, the Western Cape has become the recent focal point of attention regarding prehistoric humankind as 90 000-year-old fossilised hunter-gatherer footprints have been discovered in a cave along the southern Cape coastline.
Prince Harry's bride-to-be Meghan Markle has made her first ever public appearance with Queen Elizabeth II.
Acting Hawks head Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata has pointed out that the arrests of people linked to the Estina dairy project did not come as a result of a change in the country's political leadership.
Criminals are now targeting outdoor sections of restaurants to steal people's belongings. A customer at RocoMamas - a fast food chain - in Randburg, was a victim in late February.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene is in London together with labour and business as part of a three-leg international roadshow to woo investors and ratings agencies.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s upbeat view of Zimbabwe in the New York Times has received mixed reaction at home, with calls for him to repeal harsh laws and give freedom of expression and association to all, including his predecessor Robert Mugabe.
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