• AllAfrica.com

    Nigeria: Croatian Player Sent Home After Refusing to Come On Against Super Eagles

    Croatia head coach Zlatko Dalic, has sent Nikola Kalinic home from the World Cup after he refused to come on as a second-half substitute during the 2-0 defeat of Super Eagles on Saturday. According to reports, Kalinic who was starting his fourth successive international on the bench, claimed he had a back injury before telling Dalic he was unable to play. The Coach according to Croatian media reports, said his side had finished the match in Kaliningrad without any injuries but "with a problem". Although, Croatian Football Federation has yet to confirm Kalinic's expulsion from the tournament, but they are expected to confirm it later on Monday during a press conference three days ahead of their game with Argentina in Nizhny Novgorod.

  • Independent Online

    DA defends decision to refer Malema's Indians comment to SAHRC

    Durban - The Democratic Alliance (DA) has justified its decision to approach the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) to take action against EFF leader Julius Malema who at the weekend accused Indian communities of discriminating against their African counterparts.  SAHRC had on Wednesday confirmed that it was considering DA’s complaint against Malema.   Malema raised eyebrows at the EFF’s Youth Day commemoration rally in Matlosana in North West on Saturday when he took a swipe at the Indian community. “(The) majority of Indians hate Africans, (the) majority of Indians are racist, and we must never be scared to say that they are racists. I’m not saying all Indians, I’m saying the majority of them."

  • Afro Voice

    ANC MP killed in suspected hijacking

    The office of the ANC Chief Whip Jackson Mthembu has expressed its deepest condolences to the family of the late ANC Member of Parliament Sibusiso Radebe who was killed during an attempted hijacking in Roodepoort on Tuesday evening. Mthembu Spokesperson Nonceba Mhlauli said the dedicated servant of the ANC, Radebe served in numerous structures of our Mass Democratic Movement (MDM) which included serving as Deputy Secretary of the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) in Mpumalanga in 1994, and Chairperson Chairperson of the South African Student Congress (SASCO) at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), formerly known as Pretoria Technikon in 1998. “In 2002, he was part of the task

  • Mugabe in Singapore for medical treatment

    Mugabe in Singapore for medical treatment

    HARARE - A newspaper in Zimbabwe is reporting that former president Robert Mugabe is in Singapore for medical treatment after his blood pressure rose to dangerous levels. The 94-year-old was a regular visitor to the Asian city-state when he was still in power. The private Newsday quotes an unnamed source close to Mugabe. The source said he left Zimbabwe two weeks ago after his blood pressure rose to dangerous levels. There's been no official confirmation of this, though another source told the paper that Mugabe's visit to Singapore was scheduled and that his wife Grace was with him. While he was still in power Mugabe's frequent trips to Asia were officially put down to eye problems. The former

  • HuffPost South Africa

    Everyone Is Saying 'A Lot Of Things' After That Bonang Interview On Real Talk

    The new season of SABC3's Real Talk kicked off to much fanfare. Media personality Bonang Matheba was in the hot seat opening up to new host Azania Mosaka about her life, her career as well as, well, a lot of other things. Soon after the show started, it made the trends columns with people's reactions coming through thick and fast. The interview was about her childhood ambitions to become a teacher, her mentors Basetsana Khumalo and Khanyi Dlomo came through with praises for her. The beneficiaries to her bursary fund were also brought into the show. But it was the questions pertaining to her personal life that many were looking forward to. On DJ Zinhle: On the backdrop of her relationship with

  • BuzzFeed

    18 Photos That Prove Finland Exists Lightyears Ahead Of The Rest Of The Planet

    Olivier Morin / AFP / Getty Images Share On facebook Share On facebook Share Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Pin According to this Medium post, "Number of Finns = 5.5 million, Number of Saunas = 2 million."

  • Independent Online

    WATCH: 'Dad, I have a new boyfriend and he's a prince'

    London - Kensington Palace officials will have choked on their toast and marmalade if they watched Good Morning Britain. There on the ITV breakfast programme was Thomas Markle, father of the new Duchess of Sussex, giving a candid interview which they had been told nothing about. And the gently-spoken 73-year-old had plenty of revealing things to say - about his daughter, her marriage to Prince Harry, the Royal Family and the wider world. HOW HARRY ASKED FOR HIS BLESSING While many potential son-in-laws take their girlfriend’s fathers out for a pint and a quiet chat, in Harry’s case it could not have been more different. To start with, it was clear he had already popped the question to Meghan