In an email to Sars employees, Tom Moyane assured the staff that he will keep to his promise of not allowing rogue activities under his watch.
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Santa's mall stand-ins take on the job because it's good, honest work. But those children can be a real trial.
The EFF elected Juju unopposed as its leader this week. He speaks to Matuma Letsoalo about preventing a "cult of personality" from ruining the party.
Brother and sister Tiisetso and Manthemba Teffo make the bulk of their profit these days embroidering and printing EFF merchandise.
Ellen Tshabalala may have gone on her way, but employees face more pressing problems.
Working with small business is good for big business, the economy and job creation.
The flight of middle-class and young people to the opposition is a threat to the party's power at the polls, according to his leaked internal report.
Documents raise major questions about the suspension of two top Sars officials
The basic education department reports that Limpopo textbook deliveries are on track, with pupils set to receive their materials on time.
"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.