Daily News Updates Friday - Feb 12, 2016
Where Are We Now With Load Shedding?

Where Are We Now With Load Shedding?

There is, no doubt, a lot of confusion amongst those who have felt the effects of load shedding and with Eskom itself confused about whether load shedding is needed or not (as per last week’s “let’s load shed/let’s not load shed” saga) the people of the nation want to know what they can expect from

Van Breda Attacks: is Henri to blame?

Van Breda Attacks: is Henri to blame?

Much media speculation over the weekend has led to an accusatory finger being pointed at Henri van Breda, the surviving son of the Van Breda family in which the mother, father and eldest son were axed to death. Marli, the youngest daughter, is currently recovering in hospital after she badly injured. Evidence has now emerged


SA’s Smoking Hot Traffic Cop

SA’s Smoking Hot Traffic Cop

He has been called the “Sexiest Traffic Cop in the Country” and we know why. Jarryd Bands, aged 29, decided to put his muscular frame to good use last week when a traffic jam on Jan Smuts Ave threatened to congest traffic and drive motorists crazy (pardon the pun). The traffic jam, not surprisingly, was

Load Shedding Is Not Our Fault, Says Zuma!

Load Shedding Is Not Our Fault, Says Zuma!

When faced with the question of whether load shedding is the government’s fault, Zuma emphatically stated that it is not. In fact Zuma, in an address to the media, stated that, “To say government is a failure, that there is no leadership and that’s why we’ve got load shedding is the wrong answer to the


E-tolls: What Makhura Says He Didn’t Say

E-tolls: What Makhura Says He Didn’t Say

The contentious issue of e-tolls and the review panel formed by David Makhura has reached new heights as the Gauteng Premier stated that citizens of the country should “Please continue to pay.” The statement has riled up many social media users who may have assumed up until this point that Makhura was backing the non-paying