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ANC rejects criticism over Hitachi stake

The ANC was defiant this week about its involvement with Hitachi Power Africa, which secured a multibillion-rand contract with Eskom.

Caught on camera: How bribe deal went down

Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi insists his wife's role in marketing financial products to union members is "no scandal".

Mrs Vavi, the pension funds and the bribe

Noluthando Vavi, wife of Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi, is being paid R60 000 a month to market financial products to union members.

ANC at war over premier

President Zuma, who personally intervened in the protests, has complained that government officials at other levels have not followed up on his work.

Newsmaker: Jackson Mthembu, ANC spokesperson

ANC Communications boss Jackson Mthembu's speaks to Matuma Letsoalo on the controversy around JZ's love child.

Ban tenders, says Mpumalanga ANCYL

The ANCYL in Mpumalanga has demanded a ban on politicians and government employees having interests in entities that do business wit the state.

Malema strikes again

Youth league president says ANC will take from Oppenheimers what belongs to the people.

‘Don’t change their mandates …

The mandates of state-owned enterprises should not be tampered with, but the government must scrutinise their efficiency.

‘I was right about the left’

Booed last week, Billy Masetlha now feels vindicated by President Jacob Zuma's handling of affairs.

Jobs blood bath

One million jobs lost this year and a million more in jeopardy by end of 2010.

JZ’s coalition cracks

Cosatu has acknowledged that there is a parting of ways within the broad alliance that brought President Jacob Zuma to power.

‘What Freedom Charter are they reading?’ asks Irvin Jim

New faces of militancy in Cosatu have emerged following the expulsion of Willie Madisha.

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