SA’s endemic corruption requires a ‘biting’ response

Beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) can help tackle corruption, reduce investment risk and improve national and global governance, but implementation remains ‘a sad story’

SA’s endemic corruption requires a ‘biting’ response

Beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) can help tackle corruption, reduce investment risk and improve national and global governance, but implementation remains ‘a sad story’

Rewriting the wrongs – language that is not gender-inclusive

Gendered pronouns are not ‘just words’, but deeply personal and psychologically significant identifiers of personhood

Police resources might further drop in Nyanga, former ‘murder capital’ of SA

Provincial government and the City of Cape Town cannot plug the gap for national government’s responsibility for crime prevention, says DA

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Photojournalist to return to SA after Egypt deportation

Photojournalist Adil Bradlow, who was deported from Egypt for filming without accreditation, is expected to arrive in South Africa on Tuesday morning.

SANDF on DRC deployment: No repeat of CAR massacre

The battalion of 850 soldiers deployed in the war torn DRC is adequately equipped to deliver peace and stability, says the SANDF.

Walter Sisulu University: Highest paid staff, lowest performing students

The Walter Sisulu University employees, currently on strike for a salary increment, are the highest paid university employees in the country.

Government to confront crisis at Walter Sisulu University

Government will finally address concerns about the future of Walter Sisulu University following a labour impasse that has shut down the institution.

DA: E-tolls won’t work because Aarto is failing

The fact that the state is due to lose over R2-billion in unpaid fines due to an inefficient Aarto Act means e-tolls won't be successful, says the DA.

Khanyi Dhlomo and NEF hit back against reports

The rural women ownership in luxury store Luminance is well on track, according to Khanyi Dhlomo and the NEF, in response to reports to the contrary.

Encore: DA sings Petros’s praises

The DA has called for a renewal of Gauteng's police commissioner Mzwandile Petros's contract after he resigned following talks about his employment.

Divided Cosatu spells danger for SA, says SACP

The South African Communist Party has lashed out at "vigilante unions" and warned that a divided and weakened Cosatu could be dangerous for SA.

DA wants Pule investigation fast-tracked

The DA hopes crime-busting unit the Hawks will step up its criminal investigation of Dina Pule after she was found guilty of improper conduct.

Sdumo Dlamini: Do the mighty always fall?

Cosatu president Sdumo Dlamini may become powerful as an ally of Jacob Zuma, but he'll see a fate similar to Zwelinzima Vavi, say political analysts.

ANC wants Kohler Barnard off ethics committee

ANC chief whip Stone Sizani wants DA MP Dianne Kohler Barnard removed for publicly disclosing sensitive information during Dina Pule's hearing.

Dlamini: The midwife accused of delivering factionalism

Cosatu's president has been thrust into the spotlight since Zwelinzima Vavi's much publicised struggle at the federation. So who is Sdumo Dlamini?

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