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Jenni Evans

Jenni Evans

    Newcomer KDF to decide who between the ANC and DA will lead the Karoo
    Newcomer KDF to decide who between the ANC and DA will lead the Karoo
    The organisation popularly known as the "Kadoef" party has surprised its detractors after winning a seat in the Beaufort West municipality's council.
    #CEOSleepOut2016: Yusuf Abramjee defends controversial campaign
    #CEOSleepOut2016: Yusuf Abramjee defends controversial campaign
    The fundraising event, which critics have slammed as 'poverty porn', is expected to be held again next year, possibly on Robben Island.
    DA bemoans Gordhan's absence from budget debate
    DA bemoans Gordhan's absence from budget debate
    MPs from the Democratic Alliance were not impressed that the finance minister decided to pursue overseas investors instead of attending the debate.
    Zuma's lawyers stick with conspiracy claim for DA application
    Zuma's lawyers stick with conspiracy claim for DA application
    The president's lawyers insist that the DA's application for a review of the decision to drop charges against him stems from a political conspiracy.
    UCT seeks court order against protesting students
    UCT seeks court order against protesting students
    Vice chancellor Max Price said the university is obtaining a court order that would prevent students from engaging in violent protests.
    Judgment reserved in Nkandla Concourt application
    Judgment reserved in Nkandla Concourt application
    The Concourt has reserved judgment on the EFF and DA's application that President Zuma be ordered to pay back some of the money spent on Nkandla.
    Why the DA is determined to see Jiba suspended
    Why the DA is determined to see Jiba suspended
    The Nomgcobo Jiba matter is back to court and, if the Democratic Alliance has its way, she will be suspended and subjected to a disciplinary inquiry.
    Pravin Gordhan: We will not let SAA crash
    Pravin Gordhan: We will not let SAA crash
    The finance minister says treasury is stabilising the embattled national airline to ensure its profitability and prevent it becoming a liability.
    I’m not praying for Paris – SA academic
    I’m not praying for Paris – SA academic
    A local academic explains why he believes the expectations of solidarity for victims of the Paris attacks are "racist and Islamophobic".
    Lobola, tea and lots of wine declared by MPs
    Lobola, tea and lots of wine declared by MPs
    MPs declared everything from sheep, coffee mugs and land to directorships and wine in the register of members' interests released in Parliament.
    Govt to appeal al-Bashir ruling
    Govt to appeal al-Bashir ruling
    Government plans to appeal a ruling that it should have arrested President al-Bashir while he was in SA - a failure which provoked global outrage.