Rugby commentator Xola Ntshinga says the Argentine's are not a team to be taken lightly especially after a loss in Durban.
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Meanwhile, the hearing held by the PR companies regulatory body PRCA is underway looking into the conduct of Bell Pottinger.
Jasmine Opperman says it seems like a sophisticated attack that went awry. Cops shot dead 5 men wearing fake suicide bomb belts.
The case against Jon Qwelane was brought forward by the SA Human Rights Commission.
Cllr Michael Sun, City of Joburg MMC for Public Safety tells Stephen Grootes that the claims are untrue.
Former ANC MP Ben Turok says what needs to be emphasised is 42 ANC members defected from the party in that no confidence vote.
If you have to be granted immunity on an ad-hoc basis you have to notify the state about it says Prof Hennie Strydom.
The judge said there is no statute that empowers members of the national executive to intervene in private disputes.
In 1993 Walus killed SACP Chris Hani and the party is satisfied with the SCA decision believing Walus has never come clean.