Malema re-elected as head of South African radical left
The controversial head of South Africa's far-left Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, was re-elected unopposed as at a party congress in Johannesburg.
Business and accountable governance obligations of leadership - Part 3
By 1961 despite relatively steady growth of the economy miner’s wages were still 12% lower than they were in 1911! On the other hand South African Whites had property rights, invested heavily...
Infinix unveils Zero 6 smartphone with AI function
Smartphone maker, Infinix Mobility, has unveiled the Zero 6 in Nigeria, with focus on increasing smartphone penetration in the country. A 6th generation smartphone of the Infinix flagship Zero line, the Zero 6 builds on the Infinix Zero legacy of integrating best-in-class latest smartphone technology, thus delivering an assembly of features that display intelligence especially…
Ogunlewe blames Asaba track for 100m failure, as South Africans dominate events
Nigeria’s hope of picking a medal in the men’s 100m at the ongoing Asaba 2018 African Senior Athletics Championships was dashed yesterday, as sprinter, Seye Ogunlewe failed to live up to expectations. Two South African athletes, Akani Simbine and Simon Magakwe won the gold and bronze medals in 10.25 seconds and 10.35 seconds respectively, while…
11 minibus taxi drivers shot dead in ambush
Eleven South African minibus taxi drivers were shot dead and four injured when unknown gunmen opened fire on their vehicle in KwaZulu Natal province, police said Sunday.
South Africa deports 90 Nigerians
DSP Joseph Alabi, the spokesman of the Lagos Airport Police Command confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
Strike threatens petrol shortages in South Africa
At least 20,000 South African petroleum industry workers went on strike Thursday, a union official said, warning that pumps at filling stations could run dry in about three days.