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POLITICS

How President Cyril Ramaphosa made his R6.4bn

McDONALD's FRANCHISE In March 2011 received a 20 year agreement to run 145 McDonald's restaurants in South Africa. Under the agreement Ramaphosa owned all McDonald's assets in South Africa including property. In 2014, in order to avoid conflict of interest and fulfill his duties as Deputy President he had to sell the franchise to a foreign owned company.

  4 days ago ago
How President Cyril Ramaphosa made his R6.4bn

ENTERTAINMENT

Bongani Fassie's Girlfriend Left Mzansi Disappointed After She Blamed Her Aunty For This In #Finding

Bongani Fassie's Girlfriend Left Mzansi Disappointed After She Blamed Her Aunty For This In #FindingBonganiFassie Source: Hashtag #FindingBonganiFassie Twitter page and Dstv MojaLoveTv channel 157 latest episode. https://twitter.com/12Ckie/status/1555995122742984705?t=dDqcEGbY5p2jRXScKAyYCw&s=19 https://twitter.com/zimkhitha4/status/1556002520216092672?t=uk0oWkguZj6vZxdV1RPzxg&s=19 Bongani and Buhle have agreed to give each other space to deal with their issued.

  8 days ago ago
Bongani Fassie's Girlfriend Left Mzansi Disappointed After She Blamed Her Aunty For This In #Finding

FOOD

Can South Africans afford the high price of chicken?

The economy and culture of South Africa are both fundamentally dependent on chicken. A Google search that starts with "nearest..." frequently suggests options like "KFC," "Nandos," or "Chicken Licken" automatically. Not only are there approximately 1,000 KFC shops there, but South Africans also fry the entire bird, including the "walkie talkies" and "runaways" (heads and feet) of the bird.

  10 days ago ago
Can South Africans afford the high price of chicken?

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Trade barriers threaten to tear the heart out of iconic SA farm sectors

Millions of cartons of citrus fruit worth nearly R654m are rotting in containers stuck in European ports after the EU introduced new phytosanitary requirements in July. These effectively block SA from accessing the market, threatening the viability of a subsector that generates R20bn annually and supports 120,000 jobs.

  5 days ago ago
Trade barriers threaten to tear the heart out of iconic SA farm sectors

JUSTICE

More racism surfaces in South Africa as company director uses K word

It was important to take a stand against racism, said Nico von Wielligh, CEO of VDB Ermelo, last week after an attempt to have a leading equipment manufacturer removed from the country’s biggest agricultural expo stalled. The agricultural products retailer has hauled leading equipment distributor Kempston Agri, based in Gqeberha, and its German supplier, Claas SA, to court after technical manager Chris Diedericks allegedly used the K-word in a presentation in December 2020.

  2 months ago ago
More racism surfaces in South Africa as company director uses K word