Monthly Archives:July 2017

St John’s College confirms resignation of racist teacher

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The St John’s College teacher found guilty of making racist comments has parted way with the school. The school’s executive headmaster Paul Edey and the chair of the council and Visitor of St John’s College the Reverend Jon Patricious made the announcement in a joint statement released on Friday. “At a meeting between the school’s
Source: The New Age

DStv Media Sales to pay R18m fine for collusion

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” The Competition Commission Tribunal has confirmed a settlement agreement involving DStv Media Sales to who is to pay settlement agreement of about R18-million.DSTV Media Sales has admitted to colluding with other media groups on pricing, discounts and payment terms for advertising space. DSTV Media Sales admitted to colluding with other media groups on pricing,
Source: The New Age

MiWay ex client apologises for racist fake email.

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The disgruntled MiWay client who wrote an email pretending to be the insurance worker has on Friday apologised for the fake email. MiWay’s head of marketing and branding Nthabiseng Moloi says, Mondli Madlala, a former client, was identified in an independent forensic investigation into the incident. “After having a claim legitimately rejected by MiWay and
Source: The New Age

Price of fuel to rise – AA

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Fuel prices are on their way up again. This is according to the Automobile Association, which says unaudited month-end fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF) confirms the mid-month picture. “The increases we expect at the end of July have mainly been driven by the weaker Rand / US dollar exchange rate,”
Source: The New Age

Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba in hot water again

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Detainees suffered psychological tortures: Vorster

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Professor Don Vorster Today gave evidence of how detainees at the prison suffered psychological tortures. He said that the detainees were entirely in the hands of the security agents. The legal system of the time did not provide for any access from outside to the detainees. “Strangulation, forced gym excuses, food deprivation…these are likely to
Source: The New Age

Zuma joins Kaizer Chiefs

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Kaizer Chiefs FC has on Thursday announced the signing of former Bloemfontein Celtic winger Dumsani Zuma on a three-year contract. The right footed player has represented the country with the Under-20 and Until-23 national teams. He has recently been called to represent the country with the national team while Bafana Bafana was playing Botswana in
Source: The New Age

Man Utd boss Mourinho welcomes Africa Cup changes

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Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho on Wednesday welcomed the decision to hold the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in June and July, calling it “perfect” for Premier League clubs. “If that’s the change it’s perfect for us obviously,” he said. “Because it’s hard in the middle of the season to lose players like we do
Source: The New Age

Google plans to streamline music streaming services

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Google Play Music and YouTube Red are to merge, giving rise to a new streaming service, announced Lyor Cohen, YouTube’s head of music at the New Music Seminar in New York. By merging the services, Google hopes to simplify the firm’s offering and attract new subscribers. “Music is very important to Google and we’re evaluating
Source: The New Age

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