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Nkoana-Mashabane talks tough on land

She intends fighting to ensure land comes with water rights

Court hears Cele’s legal adviser not consulted on leases

Suspended police chief Bheki Cele did not seek advice from his legal adviser on the contentious Sanlam Middestad building lease, the board heard.

Cele signed documents ‘without question’

Suspended national police chief Bheki Cele says he occasionally signed off on official documents from his deputies without scrutinising them.

Cele pleads innocence in mismanagement hearing

Suspended national police commissioner Bheki Cele came under scrutiny after taking the stand on the third day of a misconduct inquiry against him.

Cele lease inquiry told he acted honestly

A board of inquiry in Pretoria has heard that suspended national police commissioner Bheki Cele acted out of concern in the Servamus building lease.

Mathale bemoans ‘foreign tendencies’ within the ANC

Newly-elected ANC Limpopo chairperson Cassel Mathale says "foreign tendencies" like the use of vulgar language will destroy the party.

Zuma calls for decent work policies in Africa

Africa needs appropriate development policies to create decent work and put an end to poverty, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.

Malema: My blood is black, green and gold

African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema said on Friday he was ready to face a disciplinary hearing.

Get off our continent, pro-Libya SA group tells Nato

A civil society group has criticised the United States for trying to be the "policeman of the world" and interfering in the affairs of other nations.

Numsa hardens heart, holds out for 13% increase

The strike in the engineering sector would be intensified until employers met what unions said were "reasonable" demands.

SA: Give the AU space to deal with Libya

The African Union must be given "political space" to deal with the instability in Libya, says Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.

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.

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