Youth agency may purge Malema allies — report

Allies of expelled ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema may be ousted from the National Youth Development Agency's board.

Implats, unions strike deal to reinstate mineworkers

An agreement has been reached to reinstate striking Impala Platinum mineworkers, the National Union of Mineworkers

Saracens match moved to Newlands

The Western Province Rugby Football Union has refused to allow Saracens to play their Heineken Cup match against Bairritz at the Cape Town Stadium.

Mbeki: We should learn from Libya’s experiences

Former president Thabo Mbeki says recent events in Libya should raise alarm bells about the threat to Africa's hard won right to self-determination.

SABC, producers agree to work together

The SABC is committed to working with independent producers to develop stable employment opportunities in the industry, the state broadcaster says.

Scopa mulls new arms deal probe

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts was expected to meet on Wednesday to decide if it should re-open the multibillion-rand arms deal probe.

A mayor may not be ‘appointed’ by Malema, says ANC

Youth League president Julius Malema does not have the "authority or powers" to dictate deployment of ANC leaders in Limpopo, the provincial ANC says.

Zim report has info ‘supplied in confidence’

The Presidency tried to convince the Constitutional Court on Tuesday that it should not be compelled to release a report on the Zimbabwe elections.

Vavi: Colonialism, apartheid created serial killers

Colonialism, apartheid and international mining houses created serial killers and rapists, said Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi.

Zuma: South Africans buried apartheid on Freedom Day

South Africans buried apartheid and colonial oppression on Freedom Day in 1994 and opened a new chapter of unity, reconciliation.

UK: Settle down please, Malawi

Britain has warned Malawi on Tuesday to avoid escalating a diplomatic spat after its ambassador criticised President Bingu wa Mutharika.

Newspaper ordered to apologise to DA’s Zille

The <i>Sowetan</em> has been ordered to apologise to Helen Zille for saying she, as Western Cape premier, had wasted millions of rands on consultants.

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