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How the new demerit system for South African road users will effect you

The new demerit system for South African road users is now law.

On 5 October, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula said the official start date for the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences or AARTO law would soon be announced. He also added that the law will definitely be “in full effect from June next year”.

LISTEN to how the new law will work, how it is likely to impact you and some potential problems with its implementation: 

DA claims that new renewable project is proof of strong governance in the Western Cape

75% of battery storage from renewable energy plants in the country will be located in the Western Cape, as revealed by Eskom in yesterday’s Standing Committee on Finance, Economic Opportunities, and Tourism.

As part of a loan agreement with the World Bank, Eskom has committed to install a number of clean energy projects in South Africa, 75% of which will be located in the Western Cape as it is the only province which meets the loan’s stringent criteria of infrastructure quality.

The DA has used the opportunity to state that the move is proof of the quality of governance under a DA-led government in the province which the party says stimulates industry and fosters greater trade, growth, and innovation for its residents in the province.

Duduzane's testimony day 2 - A victim of a “political storm”

Former president Jacob Zuma's son and Gupta business associate Duduzane Zuma says he is not corrupt, but is, instead, a victim of a “political storm” in SA.

Zuma, who was being re-examined by his ownlegal representatives at the state capture inquiry on Tuesday, said he had suffered from the consequences of being labelled corrupt for his alleged role in state capture. Sunday Times politics reporter Amil Umraw sums up the days testimony.

Duduzane's testimony day 1 - It never happened

It never happened.

That was the gist of the testimony by a confident and elegantly dressed Duduzane Zuma who swanned into the state capture inquiry on Monday, ready with answers to a barrage of questions.

Sunday Times political reporter Amil Umraw has been following the commission and provides us with a detailed summary of day one of Zuma's testimony.

What impact will the Concourt ruling on spanking have on SA?

On Wednesday, the Constitutional Court ruled that smacking a child is illegal, prompting reaction on all sides of South African society.

The irreversible judgment has left some South African parents confused and conflicted about how best to raise well-behaved children.

MultimediaLIVE spoke to the two opposing parties that argued the case, about what impact they felt the judgment would inevitably have on South African society.Tune in and join the debate:

Nigerians leave SA after xenophobic violence

Busloads of Nigerians said their final goodbyes to South Africa on Wednesday morning.

Despite staring poverty in the face, four busloads of people who had been confronted with violence in Johannesburg left from the Nigerian Consulate to begin the trip of approximately 7,000km to Nigeria.

Ben Okoli from the Nigerian Citizen Association South Africa (Nicasa) said most of the foreigners who took their places on occupied the buses had owned shops and businesses in South Africa for several years.

SA torn over banning of apartheid-era flag

Gratuitous display of the apartheid-era flag demonstrates a total rejection of reconciliation and a clear intention to be hurtful and incite harm.This is according to Gauteng deputy judge president Phineas Mojapelo.In an equality court matter on Wednesday, he found that displaying the old flag constituted prohibited hate speech, discrimination and harassment.Mojapelo made this ruling as he passed judgment in favour of the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the SA Human Rights Commission in their application that the display of the 1928 flag be classified as hate speech.

Audio leaves more questions on Sredojevic's exit from Pirates to Zamalek

Tiso Blackstar senior soccer reporter Marc Strydom in a telephonic conversation with former Orlando Pirates head coach Milutin Sredojevic. The Serbian coach quit his Pirates job in a huff on late night Friday August 16 2019. He cited personal reasons and said that he quit because he had to attend to his sick mother who is suffering from breast cancer. Sredojevic, however, was unveiled as the new Zamalek coach a day later.

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