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Glynnis Underhill

Mantashe’s Western Cape list abandoned

The ANC has had to abandon the original list of members of a Western Cape provincial task team after it provoked uproar in the province.

Land restitution a ‘political football’

ANC stalwart and Western Cape regional land claims commissioner Beverley Jansen has broken her silence on land starvation in the province.

Unlikely mayor of the Winelands

Nobody was more surprised than mayor of the Cape Winelands District Municipality, Clarence Johnson, when he was ordered by his party to step down.

SABC going for scapegoats

Questions have been raised about whether two SABC News International managers are being used as scapegoats.

Cloud over the Sentinel

When Glenn Colthurst purchased the Sentinel overlooking Hout Bay, the last thing he expected was to be threatened with expropriation by SANParks.

ANC faces same old squabbles

Defiant members of disbanded committees prepare to fight for their former positions in ­North West and Western Cape.

Twenty20 cricket fiasco

SABC3 boss Pearl Luthuli did not want to broadcast the International Cricket Council Twenty20 World Cup last month.

Dali wants back

Axed SABC CEO Dali Mpofu is still looking for reinstatement -- but neither the new acting SABC board nor the politicians want him.

SABC in hot water over coffee bill

The public broadcaster's excessive spending 'borders on criminal conduct', say unions.

SABC ‘pillaged’ by corrupt staff

A deficit budget of more than R300-million was presented to the board in mid 2008. The board rejected it.

More Robben Island walkouts

Management style said to be at the core of museum's troubles, reports Glynnis Underhill.

Strike looms at SABC

Pay dispute threatens coverage of the Confederations Cup, writes Glynnis Underhill.

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