June 28, 2017

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ConCourt sides with Faith Muthambi on set-top boxes

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In a majority judgment ‚ Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng‚ supported by three justices‚ held that policy making was fundamentally a power assigned by the Constitution exclusively to the executive Former Communications Minister Faith Muthambi was entitled to dump a requirement for “decryption” on the subsidised set top boxes to be provided to 5-million poor households. This is the finding of the Constitutional Court on Thursday. The court upheld an appeal by M-Net‚ SABC and Muthambi against a Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) judgment passed last year. The 2016 judgment set aside an amendment to the digital migration policy made by…

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Crinums end in fifth spot

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Explosive encounters can be expected over the weekend when Gauteng Jaguars take on Western Cape while North West Flames will battle it out with Gauteng Golden Defending champions, the Free State Crinums, clinched fifth position in the Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League when they thrashed the Eastern Cape Aloes 77-28 in their play-off match at the Mangaung Indoor Arena on Saturday. It was always written in the stars that the Aloes were in for a serious hiding as the Crinums, who have won the last three consecutive titles, had something to prove, and they did so in style. Their charismatic…

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Eric Tinkler confirmed as SuperSport coach

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After ditching Cape Town City earlier on Thursday, Eric Tinkler has now been confirmed as the new coach at SuperSport United. Tinkler made the controversial move to quit City to replace Stuart Baxter – who has moved on to the Bafana Bafana post for the second time – at Matsatsantsa on a three-year deal that will start on July 1. The sudden departure of Tinkler from City upset chairman John Comitis, who told Independent Media earlier that he was “very disappointed” by the former Bafana midfielder’s decision to leave Cape Town for Pretoria. “Every person has their reasons for the…

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