What’s in City Press: CR17 payments spark rifts; the MEC who assaults people; Ace Magashule ‘driving a wedge’

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press newspaper today.

18.8.2019

In City_Press today: Relatives of the 10 people killed in the lead-up to the Marikana massacre say they have been sidelined in every way; The president’s lobbyists cry foul as records show transactions made to various dubious accounts

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press newspaper today.

Because there are no laws to protect them, South African sex workers are no strangers to harassment, abuse and rape.

Relatives of the 10 people killed in the lead-up to the Marikana massacre say they have been sidelined in every way.

UCL-Lancet Commission says contrary to popular belief, immigrants are not a huge burden on healthcare.

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Polokwane cruise past Cape Town City to reach MTN8 semisGoals in either half ensured Polokwane City deservedly eliminated holders Cape Town City in the first of the MTN8 quarter-finals at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday afternoon with a workmanlike 2-0 victory

Polokwane cruise past Cape Town City to reach MTN8 semisGoals in either half ensured Polokwane City deservedly eliminated holders Cape Town City in the first of the MTN8 quarter-finals at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday afternoon with a workmanlike 2-0 victory

City Lodge’s profits fall as occupancy rates dwindleHotel group’s annual net profit declines amid low business and consumer confidence

Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy ‘not looking for excuses’This weekend City must move again to avoid a clash with GladAfrica Championship matches at Athlone Stadium and will host Polokwane City in their MTN8 quarterfinal at Newlands on Saturday (kickoff 3pm).

Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy ‘not looking for excuses’Another switch in venue for Cape Town City this weekend would ordinarily prove disruptive for their players but coach Benni McCarthy does not want to make a big deal of the issue.

Apple takes art to city streets — or is it an artistic tech-takeover?Apple is using augmented reality to embellish public art works, but naysayers point to the usual abuse of people’s data and tech’s financial gain

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