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Lawyers debate ‘misconduct’ in Tlakula case

IEC chair Pansy Tlakula's counsel has argued that she cannot be punished for misconduct before her appointment, but the prosecution has disputed this.

Kasrils: ‘Vote No!’ supports ANC’s founding principles

Former minister Ronnie Kasrils says voting against the ruling party in the upcoming elections is a way to "support the ideals of the ANC".

Krejcir-linked alleged murder plotters denied bail

Two of five people accused of attempting to murder investigators in the Radovan Krejcir case have been denied bail.

Amcu talks with platinum sector postponed

Talks aimed at resolving an Amcu strike on the platinum belt will resume on Monday and contine for three days.

Amcu strike ruling delayed

A planned Amcu strike in the gold sector could go ahead after an application to prevent it has been postponed by the Labour Court.

Amcu strikes gives Oliphant sleepless nights

While Solidarity says a strike by Amcu members would yield no results, the labour minister says the market is entering a turbulent period.

Numsa: Petrol attendants’ strike to continue

The strike by petrol attendants and car repair workers affiliated to Numsa will continue until the union's demands are met, says Numsa's Irvin Jim.

Lekota: Cope was not ready for congress

Cope was not in a position to hold a credible elective congress in May 2010, party president Mosiuoa Lekota has told the high court in Johannesburg.

Police ‘changed Marikana story’

Police changed their version of events at Marikana to fit the evidence of expert witnesses, the Farlam commission of inquiry heard.

Marikana: Police did ‘not anticipate’ reaction

Police did not foresee the reaction of protesting Lonmin miners to the deployment of barbed wire, the Farlam commission has heard.

Court denies bail to officers accused of killing Macia

The nine police officers accused of killing taxi driver Emidio Macia have been denied bail by the Benoni Magistrate's Court.

Strikers carried weapons ‘for protection’ at Marikana

Striking Marikana miners carried weapons for protection, after hearing that NUM members had killed two miners, the Farlam commission of inquiry heard.

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