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Michael Hamlyn

AfriForum wants Zim property in Cape Town attached

AfriForum instructed the sheriff of Cape Town on Tuesday to attach a luxury property of the Zimbabwean government on behalf of Zimbabwean farmers.

‘What if Performance Ministry fails to perform?’

The DA asks: If the minister for performance evaluation cannot meet his deadlines, how can he expect to keep other ministers up to the mark?

ANC attacks Zille for ‘cultural chauvinism’

DA leader Helen Zille came under fire on Wednesday for what she had to say about the state's support for President Jacob Zuma's wives and children.

Opposition takes aim at Malema during rights debate

Two opposition leaders took potshots at ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema during a special Human Rights Day debate on Tuesday.

Raymond Ackerman hands over to son Gareth

Raymond Ackerman, the founder and until now the chairperson of Pick n Pay, handed the keys to his kingdom to his older son Gareth on Wednesday.

Mthethwa promises plan to curb farm murders

An attempt to cut back the number of farm murders was announced by Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa in Pretoria on Monday.

Cosatu proposes wealth tax on earnings above R1m

Cosatu has proposed to Parliament that a wealth tax should be imposed on the rich in order to improve the flow of revenue to the government.

Nationalisation is not govt policy, says Zuma

President Jacob Zuma repeated firmly on Tuesday that nationalisation is not government policy.

Sexwale: New strategy to fix housing problems

Tokyo Sexwale assured MPs on Thursday that problems of faulty construction in low-cost housing projects "are a drop in the ocean".

SA workers ‘stuck in catastrophic recession’

Workers have yet to see any proof of a recovery from the recession, despite what academics and the media are saying, Cosatu says.

DA calls for SARB’s vigilance on inflation

Ahead of the Reserve Bank's interest-rate decision, the DA has insisted that financial stability requires that the bank remains vigilant on inflation.

Parliament replies to ID on MPs’ travel allowances

arliament has released a statement outlining and defending the current system of travel allowances for MPs.

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