Tshediso Matona, the chief executive of embattled power utility Eskom, has no idea why he was suspended.
Proteas captain AB de Villiers has thanked South African for the support they showed the team during the ICC Cricket World Cup.
“Thank you for the early mornings … I really hope the Protea Fire legacy will inspire us all,” he said.
The Proteas were booted out of the World Cup after a gruelling semifinal against New Zealand on Tuesday.
I am leaving because I want to be a normal 22-year-old who is able to relax and have some private time out of the spotlight.
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Rhodes was a nasty piece of work. The statue should have been pulled down and given to the Apartheid Museum in about May 1994.
Hendrik Verwoerd and the Broederbond must be happy that Africans have accepted the term ‘blacks’.
The problems at Eskom came to a head late this week when Standard & Poor’s relegated it to junk status. The ratings agency said it had less confidence in Eskom because of the suspension last week of four of its senior executives.