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Jacob Zuma’s secret nuke ‘stitch-up’

As the government scrambles to limit fallout, we reveal how Jacob Zuma grabbed control of the R1tn deal and negotiated directly with Vladimir Putin.

Patronage may break fall of ANC duo

Some in the ANC say John Block is being protected for factional reasons, while those close to Pule Mabe say his image is being purposely tarnished.

ANC: Antics by the EFF should be dealt with ‘harshly’

Parliament must crack the whip against the rabble-rousing EFF, whose antics have disrupted proceedings on a couple of occasions, says Gwede Mantashe.

ANCYL funding woes delay national conference

The team set up to rebuild the ANCYL has confirmed that the organisation's national conference has been postponed because of a lack of funds.

Zuma’s name was used for Nkandla upgrades – SIU

In its final report, the SIU has noted several government officials name-dropped Zuma in an effort to have parts of the Nkandla project approved.

Faith Muthambi fails with government’s grand propaganda plans

The revamped government communications portfolio have been a bitter disappointment thanks to a poor choice of minister in Faith Muthambi.

Share Nkandla report or drop case against architect, says lawyer

Minenhle Makhanya’s lawyer has threatened to have the case against the architect struck off the roll, unless the SIU releases all requested documents.

SSA defends Zuma’s axing of spooks

The State Security Agency has come out in defence of its 'redeployment' of three senior intelligence officials and denied that they were purged.

Zuma’s Nkandla architect to face investigating committee

An investigating committee has been set up to consider whether there are grounds to discipline President Jacob Zuma's controversial Nkandla architect.

Paranoid president axes more top spooks

Jacob Zuma is at it again, "redeploying" senior spies he feels he can no longer trust.

The imam who paid the high price for freedom

In this book, Barney Desai and Cardiff Marney open the doors on an obscure part of South African history.

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