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Going, going, Godongwana

Enoch Godongwana has quit as a deputy minister amid a scandal over missing unionists' pension funds. We trace his rise and fall in SA politics.

Out on the town

The <i>M&G</i> rounds up the top cheap(ish) thrills to be had in Jo'burg, Cape Town & Durban as the festive season winds down.

Digital data gives clinic the edge

New management system and text alerts vastly improve services for HIV/Aids patients.

Refugees still fear for their lives

Survivors of the xenophobic attacks say returning to the townships is not a safe option.

Malema in exile: I’ll soldier on, vows defiant Julius

The five-year suspension of ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema's ANC membership does not mean he will be exiting the South Africa political stage.

Joining the ANC’s out-of-favour list

The embattled leader of the ANC Youth League, Julius Malema, joins a growing list of senior members of the party who have been shown the door.

Giving the sidelined a voice

The judges were blown away by the Asiye eTafuleni's approach to complex and common issues in South Africa's cities.

A worthy example to follow

The judges praised Leap's efforts in furthering much-needed maths and science education.

Mashatile on the march to 2012

Lobbying has already started for Paul Mashatile to become ANC national chairperson at the party's crucial 2012 elective conference.

Tshwane ANC head clamps down on ‘ill-discipline’

Tshwane's re-elected ANC chairperson Kgosientso Ramokgopa has vowed to act on ill-disciplined members just hours after he reclaimed his position.

Home affairs gets its house in order

For the first time in 15 years, the home affairs department has been given a clean bill of health by auditor general Terence Nombembe.

Home affairs trumpets its clean bill of health

Cleaning up home affairs might be "like climbing a greased pole", but with its first unqualified audit in years, the department says it's back on top.

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