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LISTEN: What Ace Magashule’s PA told the Hawks

A leaked audio recording has shed light on how Ace Magashule’s former PA refused to implicate her ex-boss when she was interrogated by Hawks investigators in connection with the Free State asbestos case.

This explains why the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) removed Moroadi Cholota from the witness list and intends to charge her alongside Magashule.

The recording reveals that Cholota asked the Hawks investigators and an FBI agent why the state had made her a witness without consulting her. The interview took place last month in Baltimore, US, where she is studying.

Mapisa-Nqakula not happy with SAHRC's 'insensitivity'

The SA Human Rights Commission is in its second week investigating the July unrest that affected parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. Before the commission today were national police commissioner Gen Khehla Sitole, Gauteng provincial commissioner  Lt-Gen Elias Mawela and former defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula. 
Mapisa-Nqakusa said she was not happy with the SAHRC insisting she appear before the panel on Monday despite attending an emergency.

A free coffee a day keeps the blues away 

A small coffee shop in Fourways is quietly establishing itself as a community hub, uniting people, paying it forward and increasingly making good things happen for growing numbers of people.
The DC Coffee Company in Pineslopes is the brainchild of Neil and Samantha Golding, who have not only built the business from the ground up, but see it as “living the dream that makes us happier than we ever thought possible”. 
The couple's coffee shop runs as an NPO, which allows people to donate and redeem coffee and food vouchers from strangers. Neil explains how the idea works and how it came about. 

Joburg matric pupil survives kidnapping attempt while walking to school

An 18-year-old matric pupil survived an alleged kidnapping attempt in Johannesburg on Friday, the Gauteng education department said.
Department spokesperson Steve Mabona said the Sandringham High School pupil was on her way to school when a white Chevrolet sedan with four male occupants reportedly drove towards her and one of them allegedly attempted to pull her into the vehicle.

PA leader Gayton McKenzie is in the hot-seat over ANC coalition decisions

In this first Afrikaans interview on Eusebius on TimesLIVE, McKenzie dodged bullets from Eusebius McKaiser who engaged him on his decision to form coalitions with the ANC in municipalities.
McKenzie criticises both the DA and the ANC, but attempts to offer justification for why the ANC is preferable to work with despite its shoddy governance record.

High risk of load shedding: De Ruyter

The embattled power utility said the electricity system was “severely constrained” after the failure of five generating units.
Five generation units at various power stations had failed throughout yesterday.
Load-shedding would be required to be implemented at very short notice, Eskom spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha said.

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