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Watch: newly release dashcam video of driver evading attempted heist

A video of a cash-in-transit driver, Leo Prinsloo, evading highway robbers in South Africa went viral a few days ago. Newly released footage offers a dashcam view of the attempted heist. It's truly like a scene from an action movie. The Sunday Times of South Africa has an article about Prinsloo. — Read the rest
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South Africa: 'Red Tape' Revisited — The Ease Of Doing Business Bill - Andersen

The opposition Democratic Alliance introduced the Ease of Doing Business Bill in Parliament in late February this year. The most significant objects of the cryptically titled bill are to...
Tags: News, South Africa, Parliament, Democratic Alliance, Bill Andersen


South Africa: Is WhatsApp POPIA Compliant? - Andersen

In the beginning of 2021, WhatsApp indicated that they would conduct an update to their privacy policy. This update led to many speculating and stating that user's information...
Tags: News, South Africa, Andersen


South Africa: Share Repurchases And Schemes Of Arrangement In The Context Of An Affected Transaction - Andersen

A share repurchase is often mistakenly (and automatically) assumed to be a scheme of arrangement since section 114(1) of the Companies Act 71 of 2008 ("the Act")...
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South Africa: Andersen Tax Review — 29 April 2021 - Andersen

Notable Tax Law updates covering South African case law, legislation, SARS and global tax developments.
Tags: News, South Africa, Andersen, Andersen Tax Review


South Africa: SCA Sets A Precedent In The Recovery Of Property Against A Company In Business Rescue - Andersen

A recent judgment by the Supreme Court of Appeal, Timasani (Pty) Ltd (in business rescue) and Another v Afrimat Iron Ore (Pty) Ltd [SCA case number 91/2020] has given some much needed guidance...
Tags: News, South Africa, SCA, Supreme Court of Appeal Timasani Pty Ltd, Afrimat Iron Ore Pty Ltd


Zulu Queen: Mantfombi Dlamini-Zulu buried amid succession row

South Africa's Zulu nation awaits a decision on who will succeed the queen, who died last week.
Tags: News, South Africa, Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu


Coronavirus live: Covid-19 unlikely to be ever eradicated, warns Prof Chris Whitty

England’s chief medical officer says outlook remains ‘pretty bleak’ globally but hopes disease will become ‘much milder’ in long termEU ‘ready to discuss’ waiver on Covid vaccine patentsEU wants to mass produce three ‘course-changing’ Covid drugsWhat is patent waiving and will it solve the global shortage?Nepal facing ‘human catastrophe’ amid rampant Covid surgeOlympics chiefs and Pfizer strike vaccine deal for Tokyo athletes 9.59pm BST More than a thousand migrants who hope to reach the Uni...
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Huge Success for KTM’s #UltimateRider Contest

KTM’s cry for contestants to “put up their dukes” in the Ultimate Duke Rider Contest has been wildly successful, with over 1500 entries logged – and every entry is stoked to show the world why they deserve the crown.  The contest came as a welcome reprieve from the monotony of social and economic limitations. There was and has been an immediate need for a virtual-based angle in the moto-community, and KTM came through with the perfect recipe for excitement. Out of the 1500 entries that ...
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Matt Dawson column: Warren Gatland has got Lions selection right - as always

Three-time Lion Matt Dawson says head coach Warren Gatland has once again got his selection right for this summer's South Africa tour.
Tags: News, South Africa, Warren Gatland, Matt Dawson


Sharks are among a group of animals with a 6th sense that humans don't have - they use Earth's magnetic field to navigate

Bryan Keller holding a bonnethead shark. Colby Griffiths Some shark species swim thousands of miles back to the same feeding grounds every year. They most likely use Earth's magnetic field to orient themselves, a new study shows. Other species, including dogs, whales, and sea turtles, also seem to use the magnetic field to navigate. See more stories on Insider's business page. Shark species have an uncanny ability to find their way back to the same feeding grounds every year - even...
Tags: Florida, Science, News, Biology, Dogs, Australia, Animals, Trends, Earth, Birds, South Africa, Magnetic Field, Whales, Gulf Coast, Florida State University, Sharks


British and Irish Lions 2021: Meet the 10 Welsh players selected to tour South Africa

Who are the 10 Welsh players head coach Warren Gatland has named in his 37-strong British and Irish Lions squad to tour South Africa this summer?
Tags: News, South Africa, Warren Gatland, Irish Lions


Succession battle begins after Zulu ruler’s funeral in South Africa

Factions within royal family allege poisoning and forgery after death of queen The traditional ruler of South Africa’s Zulu nation has been buried amid an increasingly acrimonious succession battle involving allegations of poisoning and forgery.Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu, died aged 65 last week, only a month after she took the role following the death of her husband, King Goodwill Zwelithini. Continue reading...
Tags: Africa, World news, South Africa, Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu


Succession battle rages as Zulu ruler buried in South Africa

Factions within royal family allege poisoning and forgery after death of queen The traditional ruler of South Africa’s Zulu nation has been buried amid an increasingly acrimonious succession battle involving allegations of poisoning and forgery.Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu, died aged 65 last week, only a month after she took the role after the death of her husband, King Goodwill Zwelithini. Continue reading...
Tags: Africa, World news, South Africa, Queen Shiyiwe Mantfombi Dlamini Zulu


South Africa: ANC in power struggle over corruption allegations

Corruption charges against the secretary-general trigger a power struggle within the ruling party.
Tags: News, South Africa, ANC


South Africa's Ace Magashule: Top ANC official refuses to step down

Corruption charges against the secretary-general trigger a power struggle within the ruling party.
Tags: News, South Africa, ANC


South Africa: Recording Conversations Without Consent - Schoemanlaw Inc.

Many of us find ourselves in precarious situations where we feel it is necessary to record conversations, mainly to be used as proof against the other person for various reasons.
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South Africa: Protection As A Minority Shareholder - Schoemanlaw Inc.

As a minority shareholder of a company, it is key to ensure that the Shareholders Agreement of the company enshrines the rights of minority shareholders.
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South Africa: To Mediate Or To Litigate? That Is The Question! - Schoemanlaw Inc.

Litigation is often the first route that parties take when a dispute arises.
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Zulu Queen: Hundreds of mourners hold parade ahead of funeral

South Africa's Zulu nation awaits a decision on who will succeed the queen, who died last month.
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More Scots and fewer English? Stars await Lions squad announcement

The who, what and when as the British and Irish Lions prepare to reveal their squad to tour South Africa this summer.
Tags: News, South Africa, Lions, Irish Lions


Tweaked Moderna vaccine ‘neutralises Covid variants in trials’

Limited data from small test trial shows positive results against South Africa and Brazil strainsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe first “tweaked” vaccine against the worrying coronavirus variants that emerged in South Africa and Brazil has successfully neutralised them in laboratory trials, the US company Moderna has said.The results of the small trial suggest that boosters against the variants will be feasible and could potentially be rolled out this year to count...
Tags: Health, Science, US, Society, World news, South Africa, Infectious Diseases, Brazil, Vaccines and immunisation, Moderna, Coronavirus


Dr. Fauci explains why COVID-19 vaccines work much better than natural immunity to protect you from the coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, gives a thumbs up after receiving his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at the National Institutes of Health on December 22, 2020 in Bethesda, Maryland. Patrick Semansky-Pool/Getty Images Dr. Anthony Fauci discussed new data suggesting that COVID-19 vaccines "can do better than nature." People who've had prior infections saw their immune response to COVID-19 drastically improve after receiving mRNA...
Tags: UK, Science, News, White House, US, Trends, Public Health, South Africa, Brazil, National Institutes of Health, Pfizer, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, Bethesda Maryland, Immunity, Moderna


South Africa’s ANC suspends secretary general in boost to president

Ace Magashule’s suspension is big boost to Cyril Ramaphosa’s anti-corruption driveThe South African president’s attempts to reform the ruling African National Congress party received a massive boost on Wednesday when his most powerful adversary within the organisation was suspended.President Cyril Ramaphosa has struggled to impose his authority on the ANC since taking power in 2018 and to purge corrupt officials from its ranks. An ongoing judicial inquiry has uncovered evidence of systematic mis...
Tags: World news, South Africa, ANC, African National Congress, Cyril Ramaphosa, ANC (African National Congress


South Africa's Zulu royals: Who’s who in the fight for the throne

The monarchy is plunged into controversy following the death of the king and the regent.
Tags: News, South Africa


Ode Fulutudilu: Glasgow City & South Africa striker on being a refugee, God & Glasgow City

Glasgow City's South Africa striker Ode Fulutudilu tells BBC Scotland her remarkable life story.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc, South Africa, Glasgow City, Ode Fulutudilu


Oldest captain? More Scots? Stars await Lions squad announcement

The who, what and when as the British and Irish Lions prepare to reveal their squad to tour South Africa this summer.
Tags: News, South Africa, Lions, Irish Lions


The captaincy, English concern & Scottish hope - key questions around Lions squad

The who, what and when as the British and Irish Lions prepare to reveal their squad to tour South Africa this summer.
Tags: News, South Africa, Lions, Irish Lions


British and Irish Lions squad: Stars await 2021 South Africa tour selection

The who, what and when as the British and Irish Lions prepare to reveal their squad to tour South Africa this summer.
Tags: News, South Africa, Irish Lions


Hugo Broos: Nations Cup winning Belgian appointed new South Africa coach

Nations Cup winning coach Hugo Broos is appointed as the new man in charge of South Africa men's national football team.
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