US President Donald Trump’s announcement that the military will no longer allow transgender people to serve in the military was just said to cause a stir.
Most opposition parties and their supporters have probably been encouraged by the open defiance they have seen from members of the ANC’s top leadership structures this weekend – and so they should be.
Just days earlier, the Chief Whip of the Democratic Alliance John Steenhuisen was subjected to a very audible “F*** You” from another Member of Parliament, moments before President Jacob Zuma delivered his State of the Nation Address.
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For those needing the assistance of the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS), government announced plans to consider increasing the R122 000 household income threshold.
After consuming copious amounts of alcohol during the festive season, it might do the majority of the population good, if South Africans resolve to follow the recent trend in the UK, where an increasing number of Brits have swapped booze for healthier beverage options, such as tea, for an entire month. This is known as ‘Dry January’.
Every year in January, the media reports extensively on the desperate situation in which thousands of matriculants find themselves – that of having qualified for entry into a degree programme, yet not being able to enrol at a public university due to lack of space.
Pharmaceutical stocks in Europe and the USA performed well following newly elected Donald Trump’s presidential victory and it’s likely that Trump’s proposed healthcare plan, which states that the Food and Drug Administration must be reformed to “put greater focus on the need of patients for new and innovative medical products”, has contributed to the good run in pharma stocks.
The time for denial is over. What SA rugby is experiencing now has been coming for a long time.
Members of the Chinese President’s delegation went on an illegal spending spree in South Africa to buy ivory and rhino horn and smuggled the products back to China, according to revelations to be broadcast by Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit.