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Department professes ignorance over new university boss

The higher education department has not been informed that the Tshwane University of Technology has a new vice chancellor, it said on Tuesday.

AG gives only seven municipalities clear audits

Only seven municipalities out of 237 received a clean audit for the 2009/10 financial year, Auditor General Terence Nombembe said on Wednesday.

Hammerl’s family urges Zuma to have body returned

Anton Hammerl's family has appealed to President Jacob Zuma to ask Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi to return the slain photographer's remains.

IEC: So long, and thanks for all the votes

Independent Electoral Commission chairperson Brigalia Bam on Saturday declared the 2011 local government elections to be free and fair.

Walmart-Massmart conditions will ‘violate trade deals’

Imposing conditions on Walmart's R16,5-billion acquisition of Massmart will violate trade agreements, the Competition Tribunal heard on Monday.

Pikoli: SA has ‘no clear strategy’ to fight corruption

SA lacks a coherent and comprehensive approach to fighting corruption, former National Prosecuting Authority boss Vusi Pikoli said on Thursday.

Tshwane’s ‘battle for the capital’

Will there be a change in the government that runs the Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality come the end of May?

Minister to comment on Protector’s report

Public Works Minister Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde will comment within the next 30 days on the Public Protector's report into a police lease agreement.

Costly refurbishment of Zuma’s residence halted

Public Works Minister Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde announced on Tuesday that she has put a halt to the refurbishment of Jacob Zuma's residence in Pretoria.

IT company Gijima reinstated

Gijima has been re-instated as the supplier of the home affairs department's new R2,1-billion IT system after being axed almost a year ago.

I am not guilty of corruption, says Cele

Police chief Bheki Cele said on Thursday that he was not guilty of corruption amid calls for his resignation following a Public Protector report.

No call for panic over solar flares

If your Global Positioning System (GPS) has been playing up or your internet has been a bit patchy, don't panic.

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