The Xolani Gwala Show

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Xolani Gwala brings you national and international news and current affairs issues, updated at lunchtime.


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National and international news and current affairs issues updated at lunchtime.


 

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'President's constitutional duty is to appoint a deputy president without delay'

'President's constitutional duty is to appoint a deputy president without delay'

Analysts Pierre de Vos and Mcebisi Ndletyana weigh in on DD Mabuza's decision to delay being sworn in as a Member of Parliament.

Mabuza delays his swearing-in and Mokonyane withdraws from ANC MP list

Mabuza delays his swearing-in and Mokonyane withdraws from ANC MP list

Candidates took an oath at South Africa’s sixth democratic Parliament on Wednesday but some members declined.

Sit-in at Orkney mine continues

Sit-in at Orkney mine continues

NUM tells Thembekile Mtororo on the Xolani Gwala Show that talks continue between China Precious Metal Company, DMR and the union.

Malawi votes in tight election as Mutharika seeks second term

Malawi votes in tight election as Mutharika seeks second term

The incumbent is facing opposition from his deputy Saulos Chilima and former Baptist preacher Lazarus Chakwera.

Condolences pour in for Formula One legend Niki Lauda

Condolences pour in for Formula One legend Niki Lauda

Journalist Hendrik Verwoed says this is a great loss for the motoring fraternity.

'All pointers direct to the Islamic State'

'All pointers direct to the Islamic State'

Terrorism expert Jasmine Opperman says precautions need to be taken when travelling to Egypt, Europe, and the Middle-East.

Pretoria High Court sets aside public protector's Vrede dairy project report

Pretoria High Court sets aside public protector's Vrede dairy project report

Mkhwebane found to have acted irrationally by neglecting a complaint laid in May 2016.

Transnet fiddled with numbers to favour China South Rail, says former engineer

Transnet fiddled with numbers to favour China South Rail, says former engineer

Eyewitness News senior reporter Barry Bateman gives updates from the state capture commission.

'Slow justice system not grounds to grant a permanent stay of prosecution'

'Slow justice system not grounds to grant a permanent stay of prosecution'

Senior lecturer Kelly Phelps says the court is unlikely to approve Zuma's application only because it took time to charge him.