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Lonmin's striking workers accepted a compromise pay deal based on fear of the mine's closure and of a threatening police presence.
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Trade in former president Nelson Mandela's work is steady - despite the high prices and the ugly legal shenanigans.
If referring to President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead as a "compound" is racist, then all three arms of government are racist too.
An M&G investigation reveals that President Jacob Zuma was kept up to date about developments and taxpayer money was used for his private homes.
Despite Henke Pistorius's claims, numbers show that the risk for crime is greater for the poor black township dweller than a rich white person.
Feathers are still flying over how the Gupta family managed to have a passenger plane land at an air force base.