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Senior Equal Education manager dismissed following ‘jobs for sex’ scandal

A 10-year veteran of the education campaigners, Luyulo Mazwembe, worked in the Western Cape office before moving to Johannesburg in 2016

Limited seating for State v Zuma

Members of the media, public and special interest groups will have to apply if they want to watch and report on the proceedings in person

Maimane is black and proud but says the DA is not black or white

DA leader insists the party is a home for all South Africans, regardless of race.

DA sets it sights on Gauteng and Northern Cape in 2019

The tone of Maimane’s speech was significantly more assertive than his public utterances in recent months

From sand to sky: Divine thread links the San with nature

For the Khomani San of the Kalahari, spirituality lies in their connection with the land they know so intimately

In court, Zuma will face all the ghosts of deals past

The former president has continually asked for his day in court. He’s now about to get it. Finally.

28 media companies in the dock for cartel conduct

Dstv, Media 24, Mail and Guardian, SABC, Primedia among those fingered

A comrade rises – before the fall

T​here was a time long ago, and not so long ago, when Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma represented the potential the liberation of an oppressed people held.

Time’s up: Jacob Zuma has resigned

Earlier on Wednesday, Zuma insisted he had done nothing to merit the party’s decision to recall him from office

Move over Mmusi – national government’s taking over

Minister announces drought is a national disaster and that national government is taking over

Finally, the people are free to farm and fish at ‘Gracelands’

Zimbabweans are directing much of their anger at the former first lady, whose hunger for wealth and power stopped at nothing

Mugabe’s final offer: ‘I’ll trade Grace for power’

Even as pressure increased and right until the last hour, Robert Mugabe fought to stay in power

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