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2018 is the year of ‘radical socio-economic transformation’— President Zuma

'The programme of radical socio-economic transformation will thus be the main focus of government in the year 2018'

Provincial breakdown of crime statistics places the Western Cape front and centre

Ten of South Africa's police stations which record the highest number of murders are found in the Western Cape, seven in Gauteng and six in KZN.

Robert Mugabe no longer ambassador for WHO

Following global outrage, where Mugabe's ambassadorial position was revoked, the Zimbabwean government reacted by calling the WHO the 'biggest loser'

6 police officers assaulted, gunshots fired during Vanderbijlpark raid

Police are investigating a case of murder, attempted murder and assault after raiding a suspected drug den.

SA football agents to be prosecuted for price fixing

A statement released by the Competition Commission, SAFIA and its members "agreed to charge soccer players and coaches a standard 10% commission fee".

Police Minister’s request that SANDF help fight crime has implications on many levels

Dr Johan Burger, senior researcher at the Institute for Security Studies, explains the legality and risks of deploying the SANDF to fight crime.

SA is combatting a ‘scourge’ of illicit financial flows

The president announced that more controls will be put in place to stop taxpayers from hiding their assets, to the tune of R965-billion, abroad.

Zuma does an about-turn on Brics poison claims

In a parliamentary discussion, President Zuma denies that his life was under threat from his stance on radical economic transformation and Brics.

Moyes defends his Man United legacy

After only a year as manager, Moyes claimed that Man U's 27 wins in 2013-2014 were based on the pressure of a "changing of the guard".

Boks and All Blacks have a marathon of a first half

After a gruelling 50 minute first half, the All blacks beat South Africa 25-24.

Vodacom stock down as Competition Commission launches investigation.

The communications company, with its four year agreement with the Treasury, is being touted as "abuse of dominance".

Mugabe’s deputies in an unprecedented public spat

Accusations abound in Mugabe's cabinet where power may have been undermined to stir tribal division.

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