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Picking Up Stompies: Weekend Edition 19/01/2015
Posted by on Jan 19th, 2015

Pistorius family company named in price-fixing allegations. A company owned by the family of Oscar Pistorius has been hit by allegations of price-fixing since 1995 [Mail & Guardian]

Malawi flood disaster. 200 dead and 200 000 people displaced [CNN]

Eskom: now for the really bad news [TimesLIVE]

MK veterans cause chaos on train after ANC party, beating up other supporters. A group of Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans Association members beat up and terrorised ANC party supporters on a train trip from Cape Town to Johannesburg after the party celebrated its 103rd anniversary in the Mother City [News24]

The proposal to rename Table Bay Boulevard to FW de Klerk Boulevard will go ahead in Cape Town [City Press]

What the e-toll report actually says. The e-toll resisters who haven’t paid should be charged just the toll costs and not the additional administrative fees. That’s one of the many recommendations from the e-tolls review panel’s report [iol]

Islamic State fighters mass on Lebanon border and threaten to launch attacks across it [Telegraph]

Meet the top 12 Miss South Africa 2015 finalists [Channel 24]

NSA Hacked N. Korea Before Sony Attack. The National Security Agency has been penetrating North Korea’s computer networks since 2010 [Daily Beast]

Prince Andrew hires top lawyer to fight under-age sex claims [Mail Online]

Phil says:
January 01, 2015 at 9:45 am

I’m missing AB de Villiers hit 100 of 31 balls there.

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