Emile CIlliers’ family refused to believe he was guilty:
How soldier's South African family refuse to believe he's guilty of trying to kill his wife despite the fitness fanatic's 'disastrous' finances and dreams of starting a new debt-free life Emile Cillers' 'disastrous' finances gave him the motive to try to murder his wife – but his family always stood by him and said he is a 'good man'. His mother Zaan Cilliers flew to Britain to be with her son and help look after his children after his arrest and said she knew he was not capable of it.
South Africa’s Biggest Hotel Operator Tsogo Sun Faces Hurdles:
Tsogo Sun, which owns luxury properties in seven African countries including Nigeria and the Seychelles, may have hit the limit of its ability to do financial contortions for awhile. Tsogo Sun Holdings Ltd. , South Africa's biggest hotel and casino operator, is slowing investments in expanding existing businesses and making new acquisitions after debt ballooned.
Islanders win fight against new contemporary home on Eigg:
William Lewis, from Johannesburg, South Africa wanted to build the timber and glass structure at Cnoc Mor but 19 residents objected to the plans last year. Concerns were raised about the “inappropriate” design of the property, which would sit close to the crofting township of Cleadale in a prime location overlooking Laig Bay and the isle of Rum.
Four killed at in S. African taxi wars:
South African police said Wednesday they had arrested eight security guards and seized firearms after four taxi drivers were shot dead in taxi wars in Johannesburg. This followed a conflict over taxi routes between taxi drivers and taxi association executives.
Zuma ally resigns after anti-graft protests in South African province:
The leader of South Africa's North West province resigned on Wednesday in the face of pressure from President Cyril Ramaphosa and weeks of violent protests against his rule over the platinum-rich region. FILE PHOTO: South Africa's President Jacob Zuma chats with Premier of North West Province Supra Mahumapelo before addressing the National Youth Day commemoration, in Ventersdorp JOHANNESBURG: The leader of South Africa's North West province resigned on Wednesday in the face of pressure from President Cyril Ramaphosa and weeks of violent protests against his rule over the platinum-rich region.
The Goldring Arts Journalists from Syracuse University contributing to Spoleto coverage:
Joseph has interned with Paste magazine, Women and Hollywood, and TV Guide Magazine, and has written for Screen Rant, Hidden Remote, Crooked Marquee and several other online outlets. He hopes to become a television critic after finishing his studies.
.com | Samwu leaders accused of leaving members in the dark about finances:
While the South African Municipal Workers' Union denies that its financial woes have deepened, sources claim that regions are beginning to pay the price for the union's bleeding purse. Samwu members working at the union's JHI Building on 87 Elston Avenue in Benoni told News24 that the building was not being serviced.
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