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Natasha Marrian

Natasha Marrian

    ANC, youth league meeting postponed
    ANC, youth league meeting postponed
    The ANC says it postponed a meeting with the ANC Youth League's new leaders as some issues that needed addressing could lead to disciplinary action.
    Economy lacks woman power
    Economy lacks woman power
    Women are not as active in the South African economy as they should be due to the high adult unemployment rate in the country, an economist has said.
    The Malema conundrum
    The Malema conundrum
    The ANC was treating the youth league leniently over its threat to help bring about regime change in Botswana, political analysts said on Tuesday.
    Miyeni considers suing over Sowetan dismissal
    Miyeni considers suing over Sowetan dismissal
    Axed Sowetan columnist Eric Miyeni is considering taking legal action against the paper for sacking him over his column about Ferial Haffajee.
    Doom looms, but nobody cares about acid mine water
    Doom looms, but nobody cares about acid mine water
    Toxic acid mine water is rising ever closer to the surface in Gauteng, but there is no political will to deal with the problem, a campaigner says.
    Take the shower back? No, Zapiro will not yield
    Take the shower back? No, Zapiro will not yield
    Zapiro is unfazed by criticism from the culture commission, which has called on the cartoonist to stop drawing a shower head above President Zuma.
    Gauteng toll project tenders legit, says Sanral
    Gauteng toll project tenders legit, says Sanral
    Sanral's CEO Nazir Alli has defended the tender process for the Gauteng toll project, saying the auditor general has given it a clean bill of health.
    ANC's centenary birthday wish: Non-racialism
    ANC's centenary birthday wish: Non-racialism
    The ANC has called for the entrenchment of non-racialism and unity as it celebrates its centenary.
    Floyd Shivambu swears off bad language
    Floyd Shivambu swears off bad language
    African National Congress Youth League spokesperson Floyd Shivambu on Thursday promised he would not swear at journalists.
    Madonsela, then Hofmeyr ... spot the pattern
    Madonsela, then Hofmeyr ... spot the pattern
    The reported probes of Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, and Special Investigating Unit boss Willie Hofmeyr created a "worrying picture".
    Cop killings: It's war out there, and we need soldiers, says Cele
    Cop killings: It's war out there, and we need soldiers, says Cele
    SA's police did not sign up to be slaughtered by elite paramilitary criminals -- we need to fight fire with fire, says top cop General Bheki Cele.