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Tom Moyane asks State Security Agency to investigate Sars leak
Tom Moyane asks State Security Agency to investigate Sars leak
South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane says he asked the State Security Agency (SSA) to uncover the source of...
#TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff
#TshwaneUnrest: Stun grenades fired at anti-immigrant march amid tense standoff
Police and people marching against immigrants were locked in a tense standoff in the Pretoria CBD on Friday morning, with stun grenades going off...
EXCLUSIVE: Read the written spat between Gordhan and Moyane
EXCLUSIVE: Read the written spat between Gordhan and Moyane
Atteridgeville blockaded by protesters ahead of anti-immigrant march
Atteridgeville blockaded by protesters ahead of anti-immigrant march
A march against foreign nationals has already led to the shutdown of entrances and exits in Atteridgeville in Pretoria. On Friday morning...
Gene editing: Panel approval ushers in new era
Gene editing: Panel approval ushers in new era
Last week, an influential American advisory panel supported the “editing” of genes — altering the DNA — that parents pass on to...
‘Rate-rigging’ traders still at work
‘Rate-rigging’ traders still at work
Many of the traders identified in the Competition Commission’s currency-rigging case against major banks are still employed by them, and some are...
Missing-middle varsity students score
Missing-middle varsity students score
A total of 560 medical and 480 engineering students will become the first beneficiaries of “missing middle” families to receive free tertiary...
Ace plays his hand on leased land
Ace plays his hand on leased land
More than half the property leased to the Free State provincial administration must be owned by black people before the end of Ace Magashule’s...
Makhura feels the pressure
Makhura feels the pressure
Gauteng Premier David Makhura delivered his 2017 State of the Province address (Sopa) with the weight of the ANC’s turmoil on his shoulders, as...
Moyane turns to Zuma in his bitter battle with Gordhan
Moyane turns to Zuma in his bitter battle with Gordhan
Against the backdrop of a R30.4-billion in revenue shortfall, 16 confidential letters expose the true extent of the war between Finance Minister...
Barclays Africa apologises for its role in rand-fixing
Barclays Africa apologises for its role in rand-fixing
Barclays Africa apologised for its role in a rand-fixing affair involving more than a dozen banks, saying that it alerted regulators about the...
Gigaba prioritises policing as fears of xenophobic tensions rise
Gigaba prioritises policing as fears of xenophobic tensions rise
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Thursday that police and members of the security cluster have been deployed to prevent xenophobic...
M&G questioned by police over leaked public protector report
M&G questioned by police over leaked public protector report
Two officers from the SAPS visited the Mail & Guardian offices early on Thursday afternoon, on what they described as an investigation of...
Brian Molefe sworn in as an ANC MP
Brian Molefe sworn in as an ANC MP
Former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe was sworn in as an ANC MP on Thursday morning, sources say.
Herman Mashaba still scot-free as attacks erupt
Herman Mashaba still scot-free as attacks erupt
The Democratic Alliance has taken no steps against Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba after he called foreigners illegally in the country “criminals” and said they are “messing up” the city, even though the South African Human Rights Commission has now announced an...

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