Voters in Lesotho hope the election that is currently under way will put paid to the country’s many coup attempts and set it on the straight and narrow.
The second part of Al Jazeera’s “Decoded” continues to look at the aftermath of the leaked documents from intelligence agencies around the world, including South Africa.
The network has already published previously top secret information that involves South Africa.
The cables expose operational secrets from across the world, dating from 2006 till December last year.
The party has a choice. Not me. I’ve said I don’t choose my successor.
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So, let’s talk about Fifty Shades of Grey. Last weekend the movie raked in more than R2.7 billion; for those numerically disinclined (like me) that’s roughly two metric f**k-tons or many, many Nkandlas.
The municipal chaos in Malamulele is gaining momentum in many ways after the area was denied its own municipality by the Municipal Demarcation Board a few weeks ago.
South Africa ended a fragile week in better shape, highlighting its democratic resilience. That is a good sign.