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$5.2b Fine: MTN Group CEO Resigns

Ibrahim Adejumoh:

The deterrent heavy fine slammed on Africa’s largest telecommunication company, MTN has continued to generate increased tension within the company.

The South Africa Group on Monday says its chief executive, Sifiso Dabengwa will resign immediately as the telecoms firm continued talks with the Nigerian government over a $5.2 billion fine. 90 more words

Contemporary News

Ambiguity leaves a Void for audiences to fill

By Chelsea Haith

Void demands an intelligent audience. One that is able to grasp the dystopian world and complex characters director Ameera Najwa Mills and the cast of… 356 more words


Week 1: Catdays at Askari

My first week at Askari Wilderness Conservation Programme is almost over and it looks like a new iceage begins. It has just 17 degrees (62 degrees Fahrenheit).   469 more words


Your Luxury Honeymoon at Ellerman House

Hidden away in the prime location of Bantry Bay in Cape Town,South Africa, is the understated Ellerman House. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and situated in the heart of Cape Town’s most exclusive area, Ellerman House is an elegant mansion just 10 minutes away from the city center and within walking distance of Clifton and Camps Bay beaches. 144 more words


South Africa mine shooting leaves Dozens killed

The South African government says police killed more than 30 people during a demonstration by striking workers near a platinum mine.

Police say it was self defence when they opened fire on men carrying machetes and sticks. 16 more words


Cry the Beloved Country — again

In an incredible irony, copies of Alan Paton’s Cry the Beloved Country were among the thousands of books shredded and dumped in what can only be described as an orgy of destruction in Limpopo. 952 more words

Inside Labour Column

15,000 Student March for Educational Reforms in Cape Town

The Associated Press reports today that over 15,000 students marched in Cape Town to demand parliament increase funding for rural schools.  The group told reporters that the country has… 123 more words

Jacob Zuma