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Athandiwe Saba

The black women who fought against remnants of apartheid laws

Tirelessly working to build a home and a legacy only to be told you have no right over it once your husband dies or decides to divorce you — the story of black women who battled for justice

R500-million Covid-19 Gauteng hospital contract was irregularly awarded — SIU

The bank accounts of Pro Service Consulting and Thenga Holdings have been frozen

Legal challenges loom against Zuma’s medical parole

The DA announces it will approach the high court, and the Helen Suzman Foundation has also threatened action

Judge adjudicating Marikana lawsuit against Ramaphosa and Sibanye sold his shares in Lonmin

The application to have Judge Colin Lamont recuse himself was launched hours after the disclosure

Marikana court case back to haunt Ramaphosa

Lawyers seeking R1-billion in damages allege President Cyril Ramaphosa’s phone calls and emails in 2012 set the stage for the unlawful killing of 34 miners

ANC’s electoral infighting is music to smaller parties’ ears

Branches in several provinces will go to court to challenge the ruling party’s final choice of councillor candidates for the local government elections

North West premier Job Mokgoro resigns

Ramaphosa has finally met with premier Mokgroro resulting in him announcing his resignation on Thursday morning

Q&A Sessions: ‘I cannot fix Eskom. But we can fix this’ — André de Ruyter

Meet the father, the cook and the chief executive of Eskom, who wakes up at 3am and writes speeches. André de Ruyter speaks to Athandiwe Saba about the future of the power utility, balancing its debt and how to make the best bully beef toast

Q&A Sessions: Montjane: The unlikely tennis star

Kgothatso Montjane speaks to Athandiwe Saba about her becoming the first black woman South African player to reach the Wimbledon final, her ‘robotic’ leg, being a DJ and the love of her parents

Special Investigating Unit records detail Zweli Mkhize’s role in Digital Vibes looting

In its court document, the SIU sets out its case against the alleged fraudulent and corrupt relationship between Digital Vibes, Mkhize and the health department — and asks for a tender worth R150-million to be set aside and money paid back

SIU tells Cyril to axe Zweli Mkhize

Digital Vibes company, controlled by the health minister’s ‘comrade’, was favoured over firms that tendered at about half the price

Leadership failures blamed for collapsing local government

Municipalities are in dire straits, and the auditor general says many may no longer be viable at all

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