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    The Nkandla special report
    The Nkandla special report
    From the start, the details of spending on Jacob Zuma's Nkandla security upgrade has gripped the nation. Find out more in this special report.
    Gupta past haunts new mines minister
    Gupta past haunts new mines minister
    Linked to two scandals involving the politically connected family, Mosebenzi Zwane will now oversee decisions involving their mining interests.
    ANC plans US-style election debates
    ANC plans US-style election debates
    Fearful of losing key metros next year, the ruling party intends to hold 'primaries' at ward level.
    Struggle stalwart Mac Maharaj decides to call it a day
    Struggle stalwart Mac Maharaj decides to call it a day
    The presidential spokesperson, who is close to 80 years old, says it is time to "slow down".
    SA's Parliament of paranoia
    SA's Parliament of paranoia
    Explanations for the State of the Nation 2015 security drama of jammed cellphone signals came thick and fast, but few held any water.
    Mabe: No hard feelings over ANCYL conference downgrade
    Mabe: No hard feelings over ANCYL conference downgrade
    ANC NEC member Pule Mabe holds no hard feelings after the ANC downgraded the league’s elective conference to a consultative forum at the last minute.
    Zuma's Nkandla architect fights back
    Zuma's Nkandla architect fights back
    President Jacob Zuma's personal architect is expected to serve notice in the Pietermaritzburg High Court to oppose a R155-million civil claim.
    Mugabe man cashes in on diamond fields
    Mugabe man cashes in on diamond fields
    Mega-rich Zimbabwean businessman Robert Mhlanga stands at the centre of an opaque network of companies set up to cash in on Marange diamond fields.
    Manuel's resignation sows chaos
    Manuel's resignation sows chaos
    The resignation of Trevor Manuel -- alongside 13 senior Cabinet ministers -- has caused confusion and volatility in the country's financial markets.
    Another night of terror in Gauteng
    Another night of terror in Gauteng
    Thousands of refugees in and around Johannesburg faced another night filled with anxiety on Tuesday evening as xenophobic tensions and violence continued to spread through the province. The violence has so far claimed 24 lives and left up to 10 000 people seeking refuge in shelters across Gauteng.
    Ghana braces for elections race
    Ghana braces for elections race
    Ghana's two largest political parties have vowed to battle it out for the December 2008 presidential and parliamentary elections. Ghana News Agency reported that the ruling New Patriotic Party and the opposition National Democratic Party (NDC) had promised a "tough showdown" for the vote in the country's eastern region.