Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers says his side are “nowhere near Champions League level” following a 4-1 thrashing by Bournemouth.
Poll showed President Andrzej Duda with 50.4 percent of the vote and challenger Rafal Trzaskowski with 49.6 percent.
Since alcohol sales were reintroduced in June, hospitals have experienced a spike in emergency ward admissions.
It is one of several restrictions introduced by President Ramaphosa amid rising infection rates.
South Africa is stumbling along, mainly due to a combination of factors. One is certainly, as Ramaphosa pointed out, many people’s refusal to change behaviour. Other factors include an inept state and a brittle healthcare system already showing alarming signs of strain, writes Pieter du Toit.
Many who were listening to President Ramaphosa felt like he was scolding people for not taking Covid-19 seriously and listening to regulations.
Bournemouth come from behind to beat 10-man Leicester City and boost their hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League.
Anti-government protests have left several people dead with the opposition demanding President Keita’s resignation.
Forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar claim they want a fair distribution of the oil revenues managed by Tripoli.
It is a pity that the majority of people should be punished for the sins of a minority, but Ramaphosa cannot be faulted for reinstating the ban after several reports of boozy gatherings.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos insists schools need to reopen, while reconfirming Trump’s threat to withhold funds.
Analysts say powerful business interests and ‘state capture’ have led to the current political crisis.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday night laid down the law in emphatic style, announcing a tough raft of restrictions on civil liberties to battle Covid-19.
Conservative President Andrzej Duda leads by a tiny margin against Warsaw mayor, exit poll suggests.
On Friday 10 July, the ANC and Business for SA (B4SA) released policy documents outlining blueprints for an economic recovery. While finding common ground on a couple of points, they are still depressingly far apart.
A popular anonymous Twitter account that promotes South African nationalism, particularly via dedicated Afrophobic hashtag campaigns, appears to be connected to the South African First (SAF) political party. SAF promotes the closing of South Africa’s borders and removal of foreign nationals from the country – a stance the account @uLerato_pillay stands firmly behind.
Calling this ‘the gravest crisis in the history of our democracy’, the president said level three lockdown remains, but enforcement will be strengthened
A 24-hour tally of 15,299 new cases eclipses the worst daily rates seen in New York in April.
There is no way that we can avoid the coronavirus storm, but we can limit the damage that it can cause to our lives, said President Cyril Ramaphosa as he once again bans alcohol sales and announces a curfew on Level 3.
Often referred to by the bourgeoisie as ‘bin pickers’, the recyclers of Slabtown wake early every morning – earlier on rubbish days – and start their rounds, sorting through bins and rubbish bags before the trucks get there.
On the eve of a crucial meeting with SAA creditors, the airline’s 617 pilots are vexed by the retrenchment packages they have been offered. Pilots believe the retrenchment packages are not commensurate with their technical skills, qualifications and years of experience at SAA.