Moipone Malefane

Parties get their 15 minutes of fame on radio

All political parties contesting the April 14 election have been allocated a free political advertisement and party election broadcast (PEB) on the SABC's radio stations. The parties will be given 132 PEB slots from March 9 to April 10, each one for a two-minute recorded message.
  • Special Report: Elections 2004
  • Aids casts shadow over SA business

    Nine percent of companies included in a new survey showed that HIV/Aids has already had a significant adverse impact on their business, the South African Business Coalition on HIV/Aids announced on Wednesday. Forty-three percent envisaged a significant negative impact over the next five years.

    McBride is ‘not ashamed’ of his past

    Former death-row inmate Robert McBride said on Tuesday there is no aspect of his past that he is ashamed of. He was officially introduced as the new chief of Ekurhuleni Metro Police, an appointment that has drawn criticism from the Democratic Alliance and the Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union.

    Gauteng’s most wanted arrested

    Thabang Paul Khumalo, who has escaped four times from custody, was arrested in Sebokeng south of Johannesburg on Thursday. Police spotted and followed his vehicle to a garage near Orange Farm, where their attempts to shot him resulted in shots being fired.

    Hundred thousand gold miners prepare to strike

    Mineworkers' wage demands were unreasonable and impossible for gold mines to meet, the SA Chamber of Mines' chief negotiator, Frans Barker, said on Thursday.

    ‘What do I do without you?’

    Dressed in sombre black, Albertina Sisulu sat still and quiet on Saturday, watching as her children, President Thabo Mbeki and a host of other dignitaries sprinkled soil into the grave of her husband of almost 60 years, African National Congress veteran Walter Sisulu.
  • Sisulu is laid to rest
  • Thousands gather for Sisulu funeral
  • Special feature: Walter Sisulu
  • Hola Nelson Mandela!

    It was a role reversal of sorts for sixty kwaito stars at Gold Reef City in Johannesburg on Wednesday -- a conservative looking grandfather with a walking stick.

    Eastern Cape govt scoffs at corruption report

    The Eastern Cape government scoffed on Thursday at a report alleging widespread corruption in the province, claiming the findings by Public Service Accountability Monitor were ''malicious and irresponsible''.

    Young reporters view SA with fear and awe

    South Africa is the focus of the new generation of African journalists whose perceptions include recognition that it is the nation whose people could lead economic growth for the African continent to concerns about crime levels and policies for combating HIV/Aids.

    Wakeford bows out

    No reason was forthcoming on Tuesday night for the sudden resignation of SA Chamber of Business CEO Kevin Wakeford.
  • Interim Sacob head announced
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