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Justin Arenstein

Justin Arenstein

    'Greed is eating into ANC's soul'
    'Greed is eating into ANC's soul'
    Mpumalanga Premier and ANC chairperson Thabang Makwetla has announced that he will not stand again for either position, opening the way for...
    Phosa moves from the shadows
    Phosa moves from the shadows
    Mpumalanga is perhaps the biggest provincial winner of the revolution in the ruling party at its Polokwane conference. The province's early support...
    Mpumalanga's mining tycoons in probe
    Mpumalanga's mining tycoons in probe
    The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) is to probe black empowerment mining tycoons accused of cheating the Mpumalanga government out of millions of...
    Two more arrested for matric exam scam
    Two more arrested for matric exam scam
    POLICE arrested another two Mpumalanga education officials in their Middelburg offices on Wednesday morning on forgery charges linked to the...
    Cosatu strike empties Mpumalanga schools
    Cosatu strike empties Mpumalanga schools
    SCHOOLING in Mpumalanga came to a virtual standstill on Wednesday as thousands of teachers joined protest actions by the Congress of South African...
    Parastatal boss 'UK-bound'
    Parastatal boss 'UK-bound'
    Mpumalanga's Economic Empowerment Corporation (Meec) this week backtracked on a public pledge by suppressing a damning forensic report on fraud and...
    Stats chief probed for graft
    Stats chief probed for graft
    Statistician General Pali Lehohla's taste for expensive houses, with at least four traced so far, has prompted a high-level corruption investigation into his affairs....
    A chequered career
    A chequered career
    Mpumalanga strongman Steve Mabona doesn’t like being trifled with. His violent temper and sharp tongue are legendary, with not even...
    Hasta Manana
    Hasta Manana
    Mpumalanga's hardline health MEC Sibongile Manana may have finally met her match.
    SA royalists pledge fealty to Swazi king
    SA royalists pledge fealty to Swazi king
    Seventy renegade South African chiefs have banded together to campaign for their territories to be "returned" to the kingdom of Swaziland.
    Less money for mining victims
    Less money for mining victims
    Cape plc’s South African asbestos victims will get only one-third of the £21-million originally promised them by the British-based...