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Tributes paid to ‘visionary’ SA victim of Nairobi siege

Friends and family have spoken of their grief at the death of enterprise development specialist James Thomas in the Westgate mall attack in Kenya.

Is ‘White Widow’ Samantha Lewthwaite leader of Kenya mall attack?

Kenyan police are investigating claims that the al-Shabab mall attack may have been led by Brit Samantha Lewthwaite, widow of the London 7/7 bomber.

Kenya: South African killed in al-Shabab shooting

An SA man from Cape Town has been killed in the al-Shabab shooting in Kenya, confirmed the department of international relations and co-operation.

Cosatu: Vavi to face additional charges for breaching suspension

Cosatu's president has confirmed that the trade union is investigating claims that Zwelinzima Vavi breached the conditions of his suspension.

IEC credibility in question after Tlokwe judgment

Following a court's decision to rule in favour of six independent candidates in Tlokwe, the credibility of the IEC has been put under the spotlight.

EFF to launch communism workshops

The Economic Freedom Fighters plan to launch educational workshops that teach governance using the theories of communists such as Marx and Lenin.

NDP forms basis of ANC manifesto, to Cosatu’s discontent

The ANC has launched its draft elections manifesto based on the National Development Plan, despite widespread criticism from its allies.

ANC deems DA hospital dumping site furore ‘dirty tricks’

The ANC says the DA is using "dirty tricks" ahead of the elections after it accused the Limpopo health department of dumping medical equipment.

Tlokwe: It’s game over for ANC’s Maphetle

The ousted Tlokwe mayor, facing fraud charges, seems to have reached the end of the line, with the DA saying the ANC "knows" he has to be dismissed.

Walter Sisulu University students lash out at Blade Nzimande

As the university prepares to reopen, students say Blade Nzimande's inaction during crippling strikes has cost the ANC their support.

Strike not over yet for some NUM members

Over 21 000 National Union of Mineworkers members are still on strike, despite the acceptance of an 8% offer by the majority of gold mineworkers.

Walter Sisulu University: Administrator to continue

Walter Sisulu University might have to extend its current administrator's contract due to the current labour impasse over the last two months.

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