Cyril's power move, plus five highlights from ‘Vrye Weekblad’

Why is it seen by some as such a mortal political sin to make deals with local capital owners? asks Vrye Weekblad.

2021-06-18 11:27:00 AM

Why is it seen by some as such a mortal political sin to make deals with local capital owners, asks Vrye Weekblad.

Why is it seen by some as such a mortal political sin to make deals with local capital owners? asks Vrye Weekblad.

Vrye Weekblad>> Browse the full June 18 editionTHE NP AND AFRIKAANS |The imposing of Afrikaans on black schools was a wound to the heart of the language that has still not healed. Max du Preez digs into the history of this transgression in an effort to understand what happened. 

President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the nation on Sunday Photos | Team SA gears up for Tokyo Games | Citypress No breakfasts and forced to sell their clothes for money - SA medical students stranded in Cuba | News24

Die Nasionale Party se dolksteek in die hart van AfrikaansA VOICE FOR THE GATVOL |Government's “unfair and unworkable” e-toll plan made Wayne Duvenhage quit as CEO of Avis in 2013 to dedicate his time to Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance. Today, Outa has moved beyond e-tolls, and wants to keep putting pressure on government and help with new solutions. 

Wayne Duvenhage en Outa: ’n stem vir die (gatvol) belastingbetalerREVISITING HECTOR |In a conversation with Hector Pieterson's sister Antoinette Sithole we meet a quiet young man who loved to laugh and was a fan of Bruce Lee's karate moves.Hector Pieterson, ‘herontdek’, 45 jaar later

PRIVATE POPI  |Hopefully, you have already started drastically rethinking protecting yours and others' information, because there are less than two weeks before the POPI act kicks in.Meer privaatheid is goed en wel, maar ons gaan nog worstel met dié wet

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eNCA Entrepreneurship Friday | 16 July 2021

Orlando Pirates legend Lucky Lekgwathi went from being one of SA's top footballers to opening a restaurant. He opened Grootman in Kliptown, Soweto, in April. But the eatery was destroyed by looters.

Reasons Why Not To Invest&Visit in South Africa: 1. Racist BBBEE laws 2. Corruption 3. Crime 4. Unfriendly labour legislation 5. Land Expropriation without compensation 6. Failing infrastructure 7. No electricity 8 Illegal foreigners 9 City Name Changes(Port Elizabeth)

WATCH: Why Sanlam is buying Alexander Forbes’s life insurance businessSanlam CEO Paul Hanratty talks to Business Day TV about the group’s acquisition

Why 'adaptability' is the keyword for the Bulls this week | The CitizenBulls captain Marcell Coetzee believes 'adaptability' will be crucial when his side take on Benetton in the Rainbow Cup final this weekend, by KenBorland

Why you can expect car price hikes in 2021 despite stronger randMotor companies are quick to hike new-car prices in response to a weakened rand, but are less eager to pass on savings to consumers when the currency strengthens.

Why Sean Everitt has backed Phepsi Buthelezi to lead Sharks | The CitizenNewly Sharks Currie Cup captain Phepsi Buthelezi will lead a formidable side in their Currie Cup opener against Griquas in Kimberley.

Ramaphosa: Young people must rise upPresident Cyril Ramaphosa says the youth has great ideas and government wants to put these to good use to move the country forward. While he keep selling the country SOE's piece by piece Yes rise up against the ANC. You want jobs from a gov who doesnt know how to create jobs. A gov that makes it so hard and so expensive to do business in SA. Rise up and the ANC and the corruption in SA will cut u down short and push u down till u suffer fuk Ramapoes talks about🤔

WATCH LIVE | Ramaphosa's Youth Day addressPresident Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to deliver the keynote address commemorating youth day on Wednesday. Voetsek go and deliver that speech in stellebosch