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Paul Kirk

KZN?s old age home of horrors

DESPITE being caught on video while allegedly abusing and torturing the elderly, a Pietermaritzburg nurse still has her job - and has not been...

‘Jock was a bull terrier’

One South African Staffie became arguably the most famous dog in the world.

‘I smell a very big, dirty rat here’

The Nkobi family has instructed its lawyers to investigate the <i>M&G</i>'s report last week that the Nkobi family is a shareholder of Nkobi Holdings.

Evidence of ANC arms deal link

Political connections of a company that won part of the R43-billion arms package are at the centre of the latest disclosures in the unfolding scandal.

The minister, the murdered sailor, the model and the arms dealer

Thomson CSF in South Africa is one of the beneficiaries of the R43-billion arms deal and is controlled by majority shareholders Thomson CSF France.

Modise linked to used MiG dealer

An arms dealing scandal in Russia looks set to upset the international weapons trading career of Joe Modise.

Church split over share of Mammon

The courts are set to rule on an unholy leadership row that is tearing apart the African Gospel Church.

Cancer widows sue US petro-giant

Former employees of the Mobil refinery in south Durban claim to have been poisoned by the company that employed them

Govt Aids nut linked to Ku Klux Klan

William Cooper, the author of <i>Behold a Pale Horse</i>, is closely connected to the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).

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