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Parliament postpones mining, oil law changes
Parliament postpones mining, oil law changes
Amendments to South Africa's mining and oil laws to ensure the country benefits more from its natural resources need refinement and won't...
Telkom gets bid from Vodafone
Telkom gets bid from Vodafone
Telkom has had an offer from a Vodafone unit for its half of mobile operator Vodacom, while Mvelaphanda may lead a bid for the whole group minus...
'Can't have JSC fiddling' on Hlophe
'Can't have JSC fiddling' on Hlophe
The General Council of the Bar (GCB), representing most of the country's advocates, on Tuesday added its voice to calls for Cape Judge President...
Disbanding Scorpions 'will protect politicians'
Disbanding Scorpions 'will protect politicians'
The disbanding of the Scorpions will protect corrupt and criminal politicians from prosecution, the deputy director of Public Prosecutions warned...
Analysts: Violence jolts complacent ANC
Analysts: Violence jolts complacent ANC
Two weeks of anti-foreigner violence in South Africa have highlighted the growing disconnect between a public impatient for change and a governing...
Bomb scare at ANC headquarters
Bomb scare at ANC headquarters
About 60 people were evacuated from the African National Congress (ANC) headquarters, Luthuli House in Sauer Street in Johannesburg, following a...
NPA, cops work to mend relations
NPA, cops work to mend relations
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and the South African Police Service (SAPS) are hard at work repairing their relationship ahead of a...
SACP: Mbeki should be recalled
SACP: Mbeki should be recalled
President Thabo Mbeki has failed to provide leadership and should be recalled from the presidency to make way for early elections, the South...
New Cosatu president appointed
New Cosatu president appointed
The Congress of South African Trade Unions on Wednesday elected S'dumo Dlamini to take over as president after the sacking of its embattled...
Political parties suggest Hlophe should step down
Political parties suggest Hlophe should step down
Cape Town Judge President John Hlophe must step down, political parties said on Sunday.
Hlophe accused of Zuma interference
Hlophe accused of Zuma interference
Cape Judge President John Hlophe has been accused of attempting to influence the Constitutional Court's decision over search-and-seizure raids...
Constitutional Court dismisses Shaik's appeal
Constitutional Court dismisses Shaik's appeal
The Constitutional Court on Thursday dismissed an application by fraud convict Schabir Shaik to have over R33-million of his assets returned.

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