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Thomas Hartleb

Thomas Hartleb

    Springbok World Cup court ban dropped
    Springbok World Cup court ban dropped
    A court bid to stop the Springboks from leaving South Africa to compete in the Rugby World Cup was abandoned in the Pretoria high court on...
    Madonsela to correct Nkandla 'distortions'
    Madonsela to correct Nkandla 'distortions'
    On Monday, Public protector Thuli Madonsela intends to set the record straight. 
    No risk of blackout, says Eskom
    No risk of blackout, says Eskom
    The risk of a total power blackout in South Africa at any point in future is "out of the question", acting Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe said on...
    Terminally ill man wins right to assisted death
    Terminally ill man wins right to assisted death
    The High Court in Pretoria on Thursday granted a terminally ill man the right to end his own life, with the help of a doctor.
    Police, army raid Jeppestown hostel
    Police, army raid Jeppestown hostel
    "The whole national team are here. The national commissioner as well," spokesperson Lieutenant Kay Makhubela said of the raid on Tuesday night....
    Mugabe arrives in SA for first state visit in 21 years
    Mugabe arrives in SA for first state visit in 21 years
    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace stepped off Air Zimbabwe flight AZW001 at Air Force Base Waterkloof at 17.10pm. They emerged...
    Free State farmer is new AWB leader
    Free State farmer is new AWB leader
    A farmer from the southern Free State was announced as the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging's (AWB) new leader on Tuesday.
    Zuma is a hit in souvenir trade
    Zuma is a hit in souvenir trade
    Vendors of Jacob Zuma paraphernalia follow the African National Congress (ANC) president with the same dogged determination as the National...
    Zuma thrills fans as court bid continues
    Zuma thrills fans as court bid continues
    Jacob Zuma's court bid continues in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Tuesday, and the African National Congress leader has promised to explain...
    'Democracy gone wrong' in Zimbabwe
    'Democracy gone wrong' in Zimbabwe
    Parliamentarians cannot remain silent about Zimbabwe, a case of "democracy gone wrong", National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete said in Cape Town on...
    Sarkozy unveils R114bn investment in Africa
    Sarkozy unveils R114bn investment in Africa
    France will invest about R114-billion (€10-billion) in sub-Saharan Africa over the next five years, creating about 300 000 jobs, French...
    Expect tight energy supply for four years
    Expect tight energy supply for four years
    South Africans can expect tight energy supply for another four years, Public Enterprises Minister Alec Erwin said in Cape Town on Monday. The...