Blue Bulls Company challenged over classifying players by race

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The Freedom Advocacy Network (FAN) has challenged the Blue Bulls Company to explain how it justifies classifying players by race in selecting team members for

Gen Z Trump-supporter gets primaried in US


Madison Cawthorn, the wheelchair-bound Congressman from North Carolina, has lost his bid for another term in the US Congress. The 26-year-old, who uses a wheelchair

McDonald’s to leave Russia after over 30 years


McDonald’s Corp says it will be quitting Russia and selling its business there in response to the invasion of Ukraine, ending more than three decades

Oil behind US easing pressure on Maduro – Mexican president


Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says the US is preparing to ease sanctions on Venezuela to increase the global supply of oil. The State

Tory MP arrested on rape charges


An MP for the Conservative Party in the UK has been arrested on charges of sexual assault and rape. The man has not been named

SASCOC challenged to clarify stance on non-racialism


The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) has been challenged to clarify its stance on non-racialism, and indicate whether there are any financial

University rocked by urination scandal


A student at Stellenbosch University has been suspended – he is under investigation and could face expulsion – for having urinated in a fellow student’s

Standard Bank appointment praised by PIC


The Public Investment Corporation has hailed the appointment of Nonkululeko Nyembezi as Chairperson of the Standard Bank Group. She will take office at the beginning

Needless Covid measures risk impeding key agriculture event – IRR


Covid-19 restrictions imposed by the Department of Health undermine the potential of NAMPO, billed as ‘the biggest agricultural show in the Southern Hemisphere’, to boost

Mbeki ‘set the table for state capture’ – Gevisser


Even if former president Thabo Mbeki ‘was not corrupt himself, he helped set the table for state capture’, his biographer Mark Gevisser argues in an