Marianne Merten

Cracking the ANC whip

AFRICAN National Congress chief whip Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula this week helped prepare the funeral of long-standing friend and mentor, Minister of Safety and Security Steve Tshwete

Marais denies new harassment claims

Western Cape Premier Peter Marais has denied fresh allegations of sexual harassment from female New National Party colleagues, has vowed to file a legal counter-claim of not less than R5-million

Mokoena redeployed

AUBREY Mokoena - criticised for stalling the new Immigration Bill as chairperson of Parliament's home affairs committee - has been redeployed to the backbenches

The jury is out on white male judges

The only white male interviewed for three vacancies on the Bench this week was asked a single question by the Cape's most senior black judge.

Athletes of the sky come home to roost

About 900 winged competitors from around the world will test their mettle in the Cape.

So much for Media Freedom Day ?

THE government has been slammed for trampling press freedom and "returning to the old apartheid days" after police stormed international and local media offices...

Controversy over new abalone ranch

Millions of rands have been poured into an experimental abalone ranching project at Port Nolloth on the west coast.

Move to disbar lawyer

The Cape Law Society applied to the Cape High Court to disbar attorney Hoosain Mohammed for allegedly pocketing millions of rands from the Cape Flats.

A little girl’s life changes for ever — and the lawyers get richer

Nine-year-old Noxolo Yalezo doesn't smile very often. When she looks in your direction, you are not sure if it's you she's looking at.

Now Wits is the Cape of storms

Wits could take a leaf from UCT's book on managing transformation, writes Philippa THE embattled vice-chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand must...

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