Sunak’s Covid decisions tell us how he might act now. It doesn’t look good for the NHS | Devi Sridhar

It’s easy to feel we’ve moved on from the politics of the pandemic now the disease plays less of a role in our lives, and with other crises having since emerged. But the UK Covid inquiry and the privileges committee investigation into Partygate – which will be hearing evidence from Boris Johnson next month – … Read more

Lili Reinhart Doesn’t Think She’ll Be Invited Back to the Met Gala

Lili Reinhart has attended multiple Met Galas in the past, but she’s not sure if she’ll be invited back to fashion’s biggest night.  Speaking with W, Lili confirmed that although she has had “fun” at the 2022 event, she believes her comments about Kim Kardashian‘s drastic means of fitting into a Marilyn Monroe dress might … Read more

It really doesn’t make any sense to not pick Elton Jantjies for Bok tour | The Citizen

How very disappointing that the Springbok management team have dropped Elton Jantjies from the squad for the November tour of Europe. I was shocked this week to see that Jantjies was not included in the 26-man training squad that will gather in Stellenbosch ahead of the tour. The only flyhalf named in the squad is … Read more

Load shedding doesn’t deter Ramaphosa’s faith in Eskom | The Citizen

As South Africa continues to endure rolling blackouts, the Presidency said President Cyril Ramaphosa continues to have faith in the management of the failing parastatal. This comes after Eskom ramped up the deliberate power cuts to stage 4 from stage 2 on Tuesday, until further notice. ALSO READ: Eskom announces stage four load shedding Ramaphosa’s … Read more

‘Gauteng doesn’t have a water crisis’ – EFF | The Citizen

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) said Gauteng does not have a water crisis. The party has announced that it will be meeting with Rand Water management and municipalities surrounding the restrictions being imposed in Gauteng. The red berets said it opposed to the current restrictions and that discussions between the utility and municipalities would focus … Read more

Capitec aims to disrupt mobile market with data that doesn’t expire | The Citizen

Capitec has taken the wraps off its own mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) – Capitec Connect, which uses the Cell C network, which itself roams on MTN. The fact that its data never expires – provided the SIM card is used at least once every six months – is likely to upend the market. Operators traditionally … Read more

Disregarding Depression Doesn’t Help Your Child

Ignoring Disregarding Depression is one of those health conditions that can be very easy to ignore. Unlike others that have very clear physical symptoms, depression and other mental health issues manifests in ways that are more behavioral. This means that both the sufferer and those around them might just pass it off as nothing. That is … Read more

Ramaphosa says he doesn’t anticipate any violence ahead of ANC nomination process | The Citizen

ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa says he expects everything to go smoothly with nominations for the ruling party’s leadership set to open next week. The nomination process will officially on Wednesday ahead of the ANC’s 55th ANC national elective conference in December. There will be several ANC branch general meetings (BGMs) taking place across the country, which has been … Read more

Harry Styles Says Fans Hating GF Olivia Wilde Doesn’t “Feel Good”

In his new interview as the first global cover star of Rolling Stone, Harry Styles opened up about the harsh treatment his partner Olivia Wilde has received on social media from certain sections of his fandom. Since Harry and Olivia were reported to be dating in January 2021, the popstar and the actress-filmmaker rarely comment … Read more