SUNDAYWORLD News – Celebrity – Gossip – Politics – News – Talk – World of Parties
Sunday World, published by Tiso Blackstar Group in Johannesburg, is a tabloid-format newspaper with an editorial focus that reflects the world of the young, aspirational black consumer – racy infotainment, celebrities, sport and gossip (Shwashwi), a lifestyle section and specialist pages about fashion, beauty, health, motoring and money.
Public enterprises minister plans to institute immediate review proceedings against the public protector’s findings that he had acted improperly in approving an early pension payout for former senior SA Revenue Service (Sars) official Ivan Pillay.
Eskom chief executive Phakamani Hadebe has resigned from the company.
The state owned entity announced on Friday that Hadebe will be stepping down at the end of July.
Hadebe leaves after the company plunged the country into crisis following rolling power cuts, which resulted in the economy losing billions of rands and shedding jobs.
Kenya’s high court on Friday upheld a law banning gay sex, keeping same sex relations punishable by 14 years in jail in the conservative East African nation. Same-sex relationships are a crime in more than 70 countries around the world, almost half of them in Africa.
South Africa is the only African nation to have legalised gay marriage.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has flailed former Tshwane executive mayor Solly Msimanga for failing to "apply his mind" in the controversial appointment of his former chief of staff, Marietha Aucamp, who did not have a post-matric qualification.