• News
    The Citizen

    Former chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng next SA president?

    Former chief justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa Mogoeng Mogoeng is expected to contest for the presidency in the 2024 elections. The All African Alliance Movement, which launched earlier this year, announced on Friday that Mogoeng had accepted the nomination of president of the movement. Speaking to the Sunday Tribune on Saturday, the movement’s secretary general, Bishop Mishark Tebe said the electorate was desperate for good leadership.

  • Celebrity
    The Citizen

    'It takes one to know one?'

    Social media users have been left with more questions than answers after the country’s most popular exposer of cheaters – Jub Jub – has been accused of being a cheater himself. An article by City Press, published on the same day that the new season of Uyajola99 aired – details accusations against Jub Jub from a woman claiming to be his fiancé. In the article, 35-year-old Tumi Mthembu claims to have been romantically involved with Jub Jub for the past 19 years.

  • News
    The Citizen

    China accuses US of 'malicious provocation' after Blinken's 'overreacting' comment

    China has strongly condemned remarks made in South Africa on Monday by visiting United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who described China’s response to a recent visit to Taiwan by Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi as “overreacting”. Responding to a question during an interview with eNCA, Blinken said: “For many countries around the world, like the US and South Africa, we have very complicated consequential relationships with China.

  • Sport
    TimesLIVE

    McCarthy a hit with Ronaldo and others at Manchester United: reports

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    Second plunge to death at Menlyn Park mall

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    The Citizen

    Ivan Pillay 3 - Busisiwe Mkhwebane 0, as Public Protector loses in court again

    The High Court in Pretoria this morning has for the third time set aside an order brought forward by the Public Protector against Visvanathan Ivan Pillay, declaring it unlawful. The court found that the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, completely failed to give any notice to Pillay of the investigation, and he was, therefore, not granted the right to be heard on the remedial action that was being contemplated against him.

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    The Citizen

    SANDF on high alert: Is SA on the verge of anarchy?

    The author behind an internal SA Army and South African National Defence Forces (SANDF) memo that places battalions on high alert in case of potential volatile unrest, has denied the document was issued by her. The leaked internal memo states the ‘situation in the Republic of South Africa is gradually deteriorating into unrest due to criminality that is taking place with the borders,’ which has been exacerbated by a perceived lack of action from security forces to combat criminality.