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Adam Wakefield

Adam Wakefield

    State files heads for Oscar appeal
    State files heads for Oscar appeal
    The State is to file its heads of argument in its appeal against convicted Oscar Pistorius at the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein.
    Government in denial about corruption - Alliance
    Government in denial about corruption - Alliance
    President Jacob Zuma's laughing off Nkandla in Parliament and the police minister's report into the saga are examples of corruption denialism.
    EFF: With e-tolls, ANC have given us all a dompas
    EFF: With e-tolls, ANC have given us all a dompas
    The Economic Freedom Fighters have rejected the latest amendments to the e-tolling system, saying the borders infringe on freedom of movement.
    Phosa: South Africa's instability scares away investors
    Phosa: South Africa's instability scares away investors
    Inconsistent mining, land reform and BEE policies are causing investors to be wary of South Africa, says former ANC treasurer general Mathews Phosa.
    Alleged xenophobia murderers return to the dock
    Alleged xenophobia murderers return to the dock
    The men accused of killing Manuel Jossias, initially identified as Emmanuel Sithole, are back in court to face a “strong case against them”.
    Group wants Israeli ambassador expelled in 10 days
    Group wants Israeli ambassador expelled in 10 days
    Following Israel's refusal to grant Blade Nzimande a visa to visit Palestine, a group says the act was an "insult to the SA government and people".
    State agency monitoring cyberspace for Isis recruitment
    State agency monitoring cyberspace for Isis recruitment
    SA's state agencies were monitoring cyberspace for recruitment by the Islamic State (Isis), State Security Minster David Mahlobo said.
    Twenty years of Oppikoppi - merging old and new
    Twenty years of Oppikoppi - merging old and new
    Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the Oppikoppi music festival line-up juxtaposed older and younger local acts.
    Too few black students, says Stats SA
    Too few black students, says Stats SA
    With only 3.2% of black youth attending university and trade schools closed, SA cannot generate the high-level skills needed to get the economy going.
    Ex-NYDA head Lungisa's fraud case postponed again
    Ex-NYDA head Lungisa's fraud case postponed again
    The fraud and money laundering case against Andile Lungisa and three others was stalled again after the defence lawyer did not turn up in court.
    Eskom 'better prepared' this winter
    Eskom 'better prepared' this winter
    Ahead of winter, the power utility says it will continue with its maintenance strategy and will see a reduction in the maintenance schedule.