Month: December 2019

3 Ways To Get Your Mojo Back When The Thrill

Reawaken your relationship. Not so long ago, you couldn’t wait to rip their clothes off. Just seeing their hands move across the keyboard, or the outline of their thigh against their jeans, would drive you crazy. You used to go out of your way to get to bed 30 minutes early on week nights or linger there on Sunday mornings. […]Read More

10 Harsh-But-True Facts About Being In Love With A Married

The most recent statistics show that only 3 to 5% of married men who have affairs go on to divorce their wife and marry their mistress, and the current divorce rate for second marriages is thought to be around 60%. These numbers are grim, to say the least. Therefore, if you are sleeping with a married man in the […]Read More

12 New Year’s Resolutions All Single Girls Need To Make

Focus on bettering yourself for you, and no one else. A brand new year doesn’t only mean changing the way you write the date. As corny as it may sound, a new year brings about so many opportunities for change. It’s somehow easier to make a fresh start after January 1 than any other day […]Read More

6 Relationship Arguments That Are Way Too Petty To Ever

It’s really not that important in the scheme of things. When it comes to your relationship, there are some problems that are worthy of arguments. Some of these include lying, cheating, and basic fundamental differences in life goals. Unfortunately, as you go about your everyday lives as a couple, you will most likely encounter many opportunities […]Read More

Gordhan offers the details of SAA going into business rescue

The minister said it would be part of ‘an orderly and methodical restructuring process at SAA’, and government will no longer be able to meddle. In a statement on Thursday, Public Enterprises Minister outlined the plan for struggling national airline SAA’s business rescue. Gordhan said the board had adopted a resolution to place the company into […]Read More

Bosasa’s controversial Lindela centre for migrants sells for R60m

It is not yet clear what will be happening to the undocumented migrants at the nine-building facility. The Bosasa-owned and run Lindela Repatriation Centre in Krugersdorp reached an auction price of R60 million on Thursday in the second day of sales by liquidators, who are raising funds to repay the troubled company’s creditors and the SA Revenue […]Read More

Sanral extends existing e-tolls contract for another three months

Much confusion continues to prevail about the future of the controversial tolling system. Both the SA National Roads Agency (Sanral) and its current e-tolls contractor, the Electronic Tolling Company (ETC), have reached an agreement on a three-month extension, Sanral said in a statement on Thursday afternoon. This followed a resolution by the Sanral board last week […]Read More

Turbulence ahead for SAA restructuring – experts

The process to decide if the airline could be rescued could take a few months if not a year, instead of the usual 25 business days. Experts say South African Airways (SAA) has a tough challenge ahead of it and a special person would be needed to take the reins, after Public Enterprises Minister Pravin […]Read More

Unions want a hand in choosing SAA business rescue practitioner

There should be more than one practitioner, and unions want to be involved to ensure transparency, they say. Unions representing workers at SAA have demanded to be a part of the selection process to appoint a business rescue practitioner, in fear that if the wrong one is chosen it could lead to another disaster. According […]Read More