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Tambo family members disgusted with the ANC, grandniece switches to EFF

Some family members say the party has been betrayed by current leaders.

Progressive Youth Alliance infighting mars SRC elections ahead of #FeesMustFall

Deployment to SRC positions in the country's universities is heating up infighting between members of the Progressive Youth Alliance (PYA).

The cult of Hlaudi Motsoeneng deepens with confidential deal with predecessor

An R18-million payout is said to be hush money for an odd deal okayed by the SABC operations chief.

Patriotic Alliance leader ​Gayton McKenzie woos independents with cash injection

Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie offered independent candidates cash to campaign ahead of the August 3 elections – but only if they go PA.

Failed Lily Mine investment latest in long line of controversies for AfroCan CEO

AfroCan Resources Gold chief executive Brian Barrett has allegedly been weaving a web of deceit in the mining industry over the past three years.

Lily Mine rescue hopes dashed as AfroCan withdraws and Vantage plans to sue

The mine's parent company is preparing a lawsuit after Canadian investors reneged on a payment agreement.

Gautrain security guards face retrenchment after a fare hike, unless they waive bonuses

But more than half the guards are standing firm, refusing to sign the waiver.

How fear and loathing has added fuel to the flames of the Tshwane unrest

High-handed politics adds a spark to deep-seated discontent and even feelings of tribal exclusion.

SA firefighters’ strike in Canada: Working on Fire burns its bridges

The firefighters’ strike over unequal pay means a prime job creation programme may lose out on future contracts.

Fed-up boerboel breeders give up on the government and go to the public protector

The ongoing furore over trade in the dogs is being compounded by claims that the agriculture department and the regulator are colluding.

Union spat turns deadly in Northam as two people were killed in as many days

But the story behind their deaths goes back years – and the potential for further conflict is still very much palpable.

Minister’s comments have sunk a R27m rescue deal and put Lily Mine at risk

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane's comments and union demands are threatening the livelihoods of 900 workers.

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