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    The Nkandla special report
    The Nkandla special report
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    Gupta past haunts new mines minister
    Gupta past haunts new mines minister
    Early on Sunday evening this week, a presidential-level motorcade, complete with a large contingent of traffic police on motor­cycles, paid a visit...
    ANC plans US-style election debates
    ANC plans US-style election debates
    When the battle begins for control of the all-important City of Johannesburg in next year's local government elections, the ANC's approach will...
    Struggle stalwart Mac Maharaj decides to call it a day
    Struggle stalwart Mac Maharaj decides to call it a day
    The presidency has announced that its spokesperson and President Jacob Zuma’s special adviser, Mac Maharaj will retire at the end of this...
    SA's Parliament of paranoia
    SA's Parliament of paranoia
    President Jacob Zuma and National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete knew about the security plan ahead of last week's infamous State of the Nation...
    Mabe: No hard feelings over ANCYL conference downgrade
    Mabe: No hard feelings over ANCYL conference downgrade
    ANC national executive committee (NEC) member Pule Mabe says he holds no hard feelings after the ANC’s eleventh-hour decision this week to reduce...
    Zuma's Nkandla architect fights back
    Zuma's Nkandla architect fights back
    President Jacob Zuma's personal architect Minenhle Makhanya is expected to serve notice in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Monday to oppose a...
    Mugabe man cashes in on diamond fields
    Mugabe man cashes in on diamond fields
    Mhlanga, a retired air vice-marshall, is widely regarded as a close associate of President Robert Mugabe and a business representative of the Mugabe...
    Manuel's resignation sows chaos
    Manuel's resignation sows chaos
    The resignation of Finance Minister Trevor Manuel on Tuesday -- alongside 13 senior Cabinet ministers -- caused confusion and volatility in the...
    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...
    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.
    Tutu to broker peace deal
    Tutu to broker peace deal
    Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who was in Nairobi in a bid to mediate between newly-elected President Mwai Kibaki and defeated opposition leader Raila...