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Mel B calls Victoria Beckham a b****

Mel B made the confession about her former Spice Girls bandmate - who has declined the opportunity to reunite with the iconic group.

Europeans vote, with EU future in balance

Polls opened at 7am in the east of the bloc and will finally close at 11pm in Italy. Seven states have already voted.

Booster shot: Zimbabwe coffee revival paying dividends

The world almost lost Zimbabwe’s coffee due to climate and political issues, but farmers joined Nespresso’s Reviving Origins programme with a plan to bring it back.

Saray Khumalo makes her way back home after summiting Everest

Khumalo was in Nepal for about a week re-adjusting to the increased oxygen levels at ground level before heading back home.

Ramaphosa under pressure to appoint reduced Cabinet

South Africans and the international community, including investors are waiting with keen interest to see who President Cyril Ramaphosa will appoint in his Cabinet.

South Korean social satire 'Parasite' wins Palme d'Or at Cannes

It was up against films by a whole cast of industry heavyweights, including Quentin Tarantino’s latest opus, 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'.

Kohli sees positives in lower order despite NZ drubbing

All out for 179 in the 40th over, India were then unable to contain New Zealand’s batsmen and a 114-run stand from skipper Kane Williamson (67) and Ross Taylor (71) helped them to victory with nearly 13 overs to spare.

Valverde not to blame for Barca cup defeat - Bartomeu

After throwing away a three-goal lead against Liverpool in the Champions League, Barca's disappointing end to the season took another turn for the worse as they were beaten 2-1 in Seville.

'I owe it all to Niki' says Hamilton of F1 success

Lewis Hamilton said he owed his status as a five-time world champion to Niki Lauda after dedicating his 85th pole position to him on Saturday at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Remove your political posters or get fined, JHB municipality warns

The city by-law dictates that parties must remove posters 10 days after the election has been declared.

Yoga teacher found alive after 17 days lost in Hawaii forest

Amanda Eller, 35, went hiking in Maui’s Makawao Forest Reserve on 8 May but became lost when she walked deeper in the reserve.

Roelf Meyer: President Ramaphosa can take us forward

Ramaphosa and Meyer worked together as negotiators during a sensitive period in South Africa as the country made its transition into democracy.

Botswana's Ian Khama calls on people not to vote for his former party

Khama announced he was leaving BDP after reports that his relationship with his successor, President Mokgweetsi Masisi, has broken down.

AfriForum urges WC residents to join safety structures after farm attacks

Afriforum's Johandré van Zyl said two incidents occurred in Paarl last week.

Malawi suspends updates of election results after disputes

The electoral commission’s chairperson Jane Ansah said received 147 complaints.

Lewandowski strikes twice as Bayern seal German double

Lewandowski sealed the win with a fine run and superb finish in the 85th minute.

Malema warns Ramaphosa against appointing Pravin Gordhan

Malema said Ramaphosa must tell Gordhan to do the honourable thing and tell South Africa he is not available for Cabinet so he can clear his name.

Militants kill at least 25 Nigerian soldiers, some civilians in ambush - sources

Militants opened fire as the soldiers were escorting a group of evacuees from a village in Borno state.

Seven up - Contest to replace May as British prime minister gets crowded

British health minister Matt Hancock and ex-Brexit minister Dominic Raab joined an increasingly crowded field to replace May.

Mzwandile Masina: We don’t want tainted people in Cabinet

Now that Ramaphosa was sworn in as the new president, all eyes are on who will make the cut in his new Cabinet.

Ramaphosa warned against being all talk and no action

For some South Africans it’s a simple request to Ramaphosa be a transparent and honest leader.

Lotto results: Saturday, 25 May 2019

EWN brings you the winning Lotto results. Were you a winner?

Zimbabwe's opposition MDC meets to elect leader

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) is likely to elect Nelson Chamisa unopposed, boosting a party plagued by infighting since Tsvangirai's death and battered by an election defeat.

Timing of Mkhwebane's Gordhan report release questionable - FUL

Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane yesterday found Gordhan guilty of improper conduct over his approval of the then-Deputy Sars Commissioner Ivan Pillay's early retirement.

'We are heading in right direction': Many hopeful after Ramaphosa inauguration

Members of the public told Eyewitness News that they hoped Cyril Ramaphosa will bring an end to corruption and in South Africa.

Walking with Ramaphosa: Lybon Mabasa gives insight into Cyril's formative years

On the day that Cyril Ramaphosa was inaugurated as president, Lybon Mabasa remembered the conversations the two had on their walks to and from school.

Sharks beat Lions for third time in a row to move 2nd in SA conference

The match ended 27-17 in favour of the home side as the Lions remian winless against South African opposition.

Plans to make indigenous Khoisan language UCT's 4th language

According to retired University of Namibia scholar Professor Wilfrid Haacke, a Khoekhoegowab language expert, there are about 167,000 speakers of Khoekhoegowab today.

Boult strikes as New Zealand thrash India in World Cup warm-up

The left-arm seamer exploited overcast conditions and a pitch with plenty of grass cover to finish with four for 33 as India were skittled out for just 179 in 39.2 overs.

Robben Island hosts annual Africa Day celebrations

The event was held under the theme: 'Celebrating 25 years of democracy and freedom'.

Ramaphosa: SA renewing its commitment to African continent

President Cyril Ramaphosa marked Africa Day by making fresh commitments to the continent.

VW Beetle ripped apart in Boksburg crash

Three male victims sustained minor to moderate injuries when the two vehicles collided on Rietfontein Road near Rondebult Road.

Who will Ramaphosa appoint to his cabinet?

President Cyril made reference in his speech to the kind of people he doesn’t want.

'Where is he?' Meshoe says Zuma no-show at inauguration is a red flag

ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe said the fact that former president Jacob Zuma failed to attend today's ceremony is a red flag and that he was concerned that Zuma didn't attend the inauguration of his successor today.

Hamilton snatches dramatic Monaco GP pole with record lap

The defending five-time champion and series leader clocked an unprecedented lap in 1min 10.166sec to end Bottas' run of three successive poles as Mercedes, mourning the death this week of non-executive chairman Niki Lauda, produced a record-equaling 62nd front row lockout.

Malawi court orders vote recount over irregularities

The electoral body which has to announce the final results within eight days of voting had on Friday suspended updating the tallies from the 21 May vote in order to resolve 147 complaints raised by some of the parties.

Thousands of Croatians rally against abortion

Abortion is legal until the 10th week of pregnancy in Croatia under a 1978 law from when the country was still part of communist Yugoslavia.

Wenger says his football future may not be in management

Wenger left Arsenal at the end of the 2017-18 season after 22 years in charge of the London club where he won three Premier League titles and a record seven FA Cups.

Pride in the sky: Flying formations mesmerise SA at inauguration

The flyover sequence is an exhibition of skill and force and an integral part of every presidential inauguration involving a number of aircraft.

GALLERY: Ramaphosa gets down with traditional leaders at his inauguration

President Cyril Ramaphosa took to the Loftus Versfeld pitch with traditional leaders to celebrate his inauguration on 25 May.

WATCH LIVE: It's party time! Presidential inauguration concert

A concert is being held to celebrate the presidential inauguration.

EU votes as far right challenges Macron

More than 400 million people are eligible to elect 751 members of the European Parliament, with the first official results announced late Sunday once voting in all EU countries is over.

'Yes, South Africa, Thuma Mina': Highlights from Ramaphosa’s inauguration speech

In his speech, President Cyril Ramaphosa touched on many issues that resonate with South Africans, including corruption, poverty, equality and the need for South Africa to work with other Africans.

We shall end poverty within a generation: Promises Ramaphosa made to SA

President Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as president at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Tshwane today where he took his oath of office.

Warner booed as Australia bat against England in World Cup warm-up

Both Warner and former Australia captain Steve Smith only returned to international duty earlier this month after completing 12-month suspensions for their roles in a ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.

Messi Europe's top scorer for third straight year

Lionel Messi has become the first player to win Europe’s Golden Shoe award for three straight years after his nearest challenger Kylian Mbappe failed to score the four goals he needed in Paris St Germain’s final league match of the season on Friday.

Deaths of British, Irish climbers add to Everest toll

Four climbers from India and one each from the United States, Austria and Nepal have already died on Everest in the past week.

Crusaders hold on against Blues, Rebels thrash Sunwolves

The table-topping Crusaders put a torrid week behind them to hold off the Blues 19-11 on Saturday while the Rebels stepped up the pressure in the Australian conference.

17 interesting things to know about our new-ish president, Ramaphosa

After being elected unopposed as president of the sixth Parliament and being sworn-in on Saturday, Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa vowed to be the president of all people.

Botswana ex-leader Khama quits ruling party

Ian Khama told thousands of supporters in his rural home town of Serowe that he made a 'mistake' in choosing Mokgweetsi Masisi as the president.

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