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Eyaaz Matwadia

Blind SA headed to high court over the Copyright Act

The organisation argues that the Copyright Act is unconstitutional because it violates the human rights of blind people. The case will be heard on 21 September

Party funding: DA rakes in R15mn in donations, ANC R10mn

Of the 504 political parties registered with the IEC, 393 did not respond to the requirement of the Political Party Funding Act

SIU shuts down Hamilton Ndlovu’s spending spree by seizing his assets

The businessman used just 13% of the millions paid to him by the National Health Laboratory Service to supply PPE — the rest was for himself

João Rodrigues, apartheid police clerk accused of 1971 Timol murder, dies

The former apartheid police officer who was charged with the murder of Ahmed Timol ‘saved’ by the grave

Trailblazer kaMagwaza-Msibi lauded for her pioneering political role

The late NFP leader has been described as ‘a force to be reckoned with’, who paved the way for women in the treacherous political arena

Sisulu: Fighting, exposing and rooting out corruption remains my top priority

Lindiwe Sisulu responds to the story published in the 13 August edition of the M&G, 'Water board overhaul imminent'

Vaccine hesitancy, inequality hinder SA’s vaccine roll-out

‘Red light’ as numbers getting vaccinated dips because most don’t people don’t have medical aid or are victims of misinformation — and health department needs to ‘improve user experience’

EFF and Mkhwebane welcome high court judgment slamming some of parliament’s impeachment rules

The public protector has called for the impeachment process against her to be halted with immediate effect

South Africa appalled that Israel given AU observer status

The international relations department has released a statement condemning the decision

Teachers are the real deal, tech just a tool

Technology is one tool in a larger arsenal for a superior educational experience, and teachers must be continually trained to use it

Study finds obesity is not associated with Covid-19 deaths

But an increased BMI remains a continuous risk-factor in Covid-19 patients being admitted to ICU

Level 4 for all to avoid a Gauteng situation in other provinces

The national coronavirus command council explained why additional restrictions were placed on the entire country

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