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  • WATCH The Most Fab Fun Friday Video You’ll Ever See!
    by SAPeople on October 18, 2019 at 2:02 pm

    If you’re not feeling that Friday feeling just yet… watch this video by Mufasa. Turn it up and just ENJOY! (And we hope you enjoy your weekend too!) ITS FRIDAAAYEEEEEE!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/VaFaojCBYF — mufasa (@mufasatweetss) October 11, 2019 And if you’d like a little more to get you in the Friday mood, here’s “Friday showing up…”: The post WATCH The Most Fab Fun Friday Video You’ll Ever See! appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • Who’s Who in Deon Meyer’s New Series TRACKERS
    by SAPeople on October 18, 2019 at 1:40 pm

    Political thriller Trackers, one of world famous South African author Deon Meyer’s most popular books, has been adapted for the screen. And it’s going to be a wild ride.  Political intrigue, smugglers, assassins, romance – Trackers has it all. Plus, it has a killer cast and the expertise of an international production and distribution team.  The post Who’s Who in Deon Meyer’s New Series TRACKERS appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • WATCH Joy Abounds in Drought-Stricken Graaf Reinet as 7th Borehole Drilled, South Africa
    by Jenni Baxter on October 18, 2019 at 12:45 pm

    While most kids in South Africa dream of having things like cell phones and tablets, the top of these children’s wish list in Graaf Reinet is simply… water. And this week they got it. Watch below as the children’s joy bubbles over when the always amazing Gift of the Givers successfully drilled the seventh borehole The post WATCH Joy Abounds in Drought-Stricken Graaf Reinet as 7th Borehole Drilled, South Africa appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • Stage 2 Load Shedding this Afternoon
    by SAPeople Contributor on October 18, 2019 at 10:31 am

    Eskom says it has had another major setback at its Medupi Power Station based near Lephalale in Limpopo and will be implementing Stage 1 load shedding from 9am to 12pm midday and thereafter revert to Stage 2 load shedding until 11pm. While last night Eskom Acting Group Chief Executive Officer Jabu Mabuza said the power The post Stage 2 Load Shedding this Afternoon appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • Coal to Play Significant Role in South Africa Power Mix Says Mantashe
    by Reuters on October 18, 2019 at 10:29 am

    South Africa’s plans for additional power generation over the next decade will involve a variety of energy sources, with coal still playing a significant role as well as more renewable energy, mines and energy minister Gwede Mantashe said on Friday. Mantashe said that while the government planned to extend the life of the Koeberg nuclear The post Coal to Play Significant Role in South Africa Power Mix Says Mantashe appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • South Africa’s Loadshedding Should End Today
    by Reuters on October 18, 2019 at 6:59 am

    South Africa will experience load shedding (power cuts) for a third day on Friday BUT is unlikely to be affected through the weekend as more generating units return to service, utility Eskom acting chief executive said. Eskom has since Wednesday been forced to impose power cuts for the first time in around seven months, after The post South Africa’s Loadshedding Should End Today appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • Nicholas Ninow – ‘Dros Rapist’ – Sentenced to Life in Prison in South Africa
    by SAPeople on October 17, 2019 at 9:28 pm

    Nicholas Ninow, convicted of raping a seven year old girl in the bathroom at a Dros restaurant in Silverton in Pretoria last September, has been sentenced to life in prison. He was also sentenced to five years for the use of drugs and another five years for defeating the ends of justice. The gallery in The post Nicholas Ninow – ‘Dros Rapist’ – Sentenced to Life in Prison in South Africa appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • The World Is Loving What Liverpool Star and Senegal Hero Sadio Mané Just Said
    by SAPeople on October 17, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    Senegalese professional football player, Sadio Mané, who plays for legendary club Liverpool, is making Africa incredibly proud this week with his attitude to fame and fortune. Quotes from the interview are being published around the world and going viral on social media. While so many football stars are notorious for showing off their glamorous jet-set The post The World Is Loving What Liverpool Star and Senegal Hero Sadio Mané Just Said appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • Cape Town Hero Risks Life to Save Rape Victim in South Africa
    by SAPeople on October 17, 2019 at 12:53 pm

    South Africans on social media are applauding an extremely brave Cape Town man who risked his own life to save a woman while she was being raped by two men. The hero – Radius Masukume – was stabbed multiple times during the rescue. According to community organisation Keep The Energy, the incident occurred on 10 The post Cape Town Hero Risks Life to Save Rape Victim in South Africa appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.

  • Confusion and Contradiction: SARS Has Expats At A Cross Road
    by Tax Consulting SA on October 17, 2019 at 11:06 am

    The time for making a decision on how to deal with the fundamental tax change for South Africans earning foreign income abroad is fast running out. The change to section 10(1)(o)(ii) – the foreign income exemption – will become effective in about six months’ time. South African tax residents will then be taxed on all The post Confusion and Contradiction: SARS Has Expats At A Cross Road appeared first on SAPeople - Your Worldwide South African Community.