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Fienie Grobler

Fienie Grobler

    Unions: 'Hyena' king laughing all the way to the bank
    Unions: 'Hyena' king laughing all the way to the bank
    Numsa has added its voice to criticism of SA's granting of a R2.4-billion loan to Swaziland, slamming the '"tyranny" of "hyena" King Mswati's regime.
    Anger at Malema's 'insane' land-grab comments
    Anger at Malema's 'insane' land-grab comments
    Agricultural organisations across the racial spectrum spoke out on Monday against ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's land-grab talk.
    Herald invites Faku to visit and voice his concerns
    Herald invites Faku to visit and voice his concerns
    The ANC's Nceba Faku has yet to accept an invitation to visit the Herald after reportedly threatening to torch its offices.
    Judgment reserved in M&G bid to access Zim report
    Judgment reserved in M&G bid to access Zim report
    There is an "evidentional void" in the Presidency's argument it could not release a report on the 2002 Zimbabwe elections, the Concourt has heard.
    SA voters and the 'gatvol' factor
    SA voters and the 'gatvol' factor
    The opposition sees them as electioneering tools. A company has spotted a marketing opportunity. But for the voter, they are simply "moerse gate".
    Protector will not revise police-lease report
    Protector will not revise police-lease report
    Public Protector Thuli Madonsela will not revise her controversial report on an "improper" R500-million police lease agreement.
    Labour law debate 'based on disinformation'
    Labour law debate 'based on disinformation'
    The controversial Employment Equity Amendment Bill is meant to fight white male domination in management positions, the ANC said on Tuesday.
    Manuel's letter to Manyi leaves ANCYL fuming
    Manuel's letter to Manyi leaves ANCYL fuming
    National Planning Minister Trevor Manuel has sided with "right-wing political forces opposed to the ANC", the ANC Youth League said on Wednesday.
    ANC debates local govt problems
    ANC debates local govt problems
    African National Congress leaders debated provincial and local government weaknesses at a three-day summit that started in Johannesburg on Thursday.
    ANC mulls single election
    ANC mulls single election
    The ANC will discuss the possibility of one election date for local, provincial and national elections at an upcoming summit, the party says.
    Majali case postponed
    Majali case postponed
    The fraud case involving businessman Sandile Majali was postponed for further investigation in the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court on Tuesday.