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Zip up, ANC tells Zuma

The ANC has given President Jacob Zuma a last chance to prove he can lead the party without scandal.

Tenders fuel Transnet fire

Disgruntled Transnet staff charge that business was awarded to firms in which board members held interests.

No lurch to the left expected

Victory celebrations in the tripartite alliance and among left-wing ministers over this week's Cabinet reorganisation are set to be cut short.

ANC’s civil war with the left hots up

The battle lines have been drawn between moderates and leftists in the ANC following a stern warning by ANC president Jacob Zuma.

Inside the Malema machine

As the M&G arrives at Luthuli House, late for an interview with ANC Youth League president Julius Malema, we are told to wait our turn.

Manuel caught in Cosatu’s crosshairs

The Congress of South African Trde Unions has declared war on Trevor Manuel, accusing him of trying to take over the running of the country.

Hungry for change

Filmmakers fast in protest against SABC's local content cuts. Says TV director Michael Lee: the first three days of the hunger strike are the hardest.

Mantashe vs Mbalula

A succession battle is emerging in the ANC between secretary general Gwede Mantashe and Fikile Mbalula, a national executive committee member.

Corruption row over NW official

North West Auditor General Douglas Maphiri and four other officials in his office have been suspended following corruption allegations against them.

A little business goes a long way

Almost half of all directors general in government departments have private business interests, a Mail & Guardian investigation can reveal.

DG dilemma

With a host of new ministers in various departments, directors general are uncertain about where they stand.

Nehawu protests against DG

Nehawu, is putting pressure on President Jacob Zuma to axe the director general in the department of international relations and cooperation.

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