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Penwell Dlamini

Penwell Dlamini

    Malema blasts ANC for lack of housing and toilets
    Malema blasts ANC for lack of housing and toilets
    Twenty years into democracy and the ANC-led government has not delivered basic services, Economic Freedom Fighter's leader Julius Malema has said.
    Wouter Basson: TRC evidence brought to HPCSA hearing
    Wouter Basson: TRC evidence brought to HPCSA hearing
    TRC evidence has been brought before Wouter Basson's unethical conduct hearing at the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
    Judgment reserved in Breytenbach's Labour Court hearing
    Judgment reserved in Breytenbach's Labour Court hearing
    Judgment on prosecutor Glynnis Breytenbach's application to be reinstated to her job has been reserved by the Labour Court in Johannesburg.
    Monetary policy is not the panacea for SA's growth, says Marcus
    Monetary policy is not the panacea for SA's growth, says Marcus
    Low interest rates are not the only solution for economic growth, says South African Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus.
    Gordhan urges better state spending
    Gordhan urges better state spending
    In a public lecture, Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan has emphasised that the quality of government spending needs to become a serious focus.
    Manufacturing Circle says sector is in crisis
    Manufacturing Circle says sector is in crisis
    The South African manufacturing sector is in a crisis which requires changes to the country's policies, says the Manufacturing Circle.
    Zuma and Mantashe go uncontested at KZN nominations
    Zuma and Mantashe go uncontested at KZN nominations
    All branches of the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal have nominated Jacob Zuma for presidency and Gwede Mantashe for general secretary of the ANC.
    Transnet revenue shows 11% increase
    Transnet revenue shows 11% increase
    Transnet has reported an 11% increase in revenue to R24.9-billion, due to increased rail volumes.
    Transformation of judiciary 'imperative'
    Transformation of judiciary 'imperative'
    Judge Selby Baqwa has told a crime conference that transformation of the judiciary is a human imperative in a constitutional democracy.
    South African consumers borrowing for basic needs
    South African consumers borrowing for basic needs
    A credit and over-indebtedness summit has heard that South African consumers are borrowing to meet their basic needs such as food and transport.
    Zuma: Family helped Nkandla renovation
    Zuma: Family helped Nkandla renovation
    President Jacob Zuma says a large part of the renovation on his Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal was paid for by his family.