The DA decries Mandy de Waal's use of segregation data in SA's cities in her analysis called "Why Helen Zille's racism rhetoric is wrong".
"This suspension is unlawful and constitutes a breach of contract," Judge Annelie Basson said in her judgement.
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The South African government hailed normalising diplomatic ties between Cuba and the US, and urged the US to move swiftly in its diplomatic relations.
The party has been discussing policies and strategies, including land invasion, to ensure it gets more votes in the next elections.
Gaye Derby-Lewis warns Chris Hani's wife, Limpho, and the SACP not to make allegations of wider conspiracies about Hani's murder.
Suspended deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay takes legal action against Sars on the grounds that proper procedures had not been followed.
Comments by EFF members concerning invading unoccupied land has garnered criticism, as well as a criminal charge.
After refusing to resign earlier this month, saying she had done nothing wrong, SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala has handed in her resignation.
While President Jacob Zuma denies any links to the recent resignations and suspensions at Sars, the exodus might damage existing tax investigations.
Cases of armed robberies, burglaries, murder, attempted murder and serious assault tend to increase over the festive season, according to research.
The Presidency criticised allegations that Jacob Zuma had a hand in the suspension of Sars members, saying the allegations are "pure mischief".
Julius Malema is happy that the EFF conference unfolded smoothly over the past few days without any blood spilled, and says it left the EFF united.