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Paddy Harper

Paddy Harper

    90-minute escape. Then reality
    90-minute escape. Then reality
    Thursday.
    Mkhwebane, Cele in a standoff
    Mkhwebane, Cele in a standoff
    Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has roasted Police Minister Bheki Cele for failing to provide police protection to two whistle blowers in...
    Black farmers to get state funding
    Black farmers to get state funding
    The Land Bank will get a major cash injection to allow it to increase funding in the form of soft loans to black farmers who have benefited from...
    Wentworth residents blame violence at Engen on the police
    Wentworth residents blame violence at Engen on the police
    Wentworth residents have told the high court in Durban that it was the police, acting on the instruction of Engen, and not them who caused the...
    ANC moves to prevent election killings
    ANC moves to prevent election killings
    A stable provincial leadership and the proper application of candidate selection criteria should prevent a repeat of the wave of killings that...
    Two dead in fresh wave of Glebelands violence
    Two dead in fresh wave of Glebelands violence
    Two more people have been killed in a fresh wave of shootings in Durban’s Glebelands Hostel, a week ahead of the court appearance of eight men...
    Ministers lose firing power
    Ministers lose firing power
    The lekgotla also discussed strengthening the presidency, with an emphasis on reinforcing its planning capacity.
    R48bn needed for Ramaphosa’s stimulus packages
    R48bn needed for Ramaphosa’s stimulus packages
    Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene told the Cabinet lekgotla that the government will need about R48-billion to support the implementation of the...
    Bombshell plan to lay off 30 000 public servants
    Bombshell plan to lay off 30 000 public servants
    President Cyril Ramaphosa’s administration is planning to lay off 30 000 public servants in the next three years as part of the government’s...
    Dawn’s the time to oil the joints
    Dawn’s the time to oil the joints
    Wednesday morning.
    Churches join  legal fight over Ingonyama leases
    Churches join  legal fight over Ingonyama leases
    KwaZulu-Natal church leaders have joined a high court challenge by individuals and civil society groups to force the Ingonyama Trust board to...
    Wentworth residents gain ally in battle against Engen
    Wentworth residents gain ally in battle against Engen
    A South Durban organisation is applying to join the high court battle between petrochemical giant Engen and Wentworth residents, whom the company...