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Duduzane Zuma culpable homicide case postponed

In the meantime, the NPA has decided to provisionally withdraw corruption charges against Zuma

Court strikes Karegeya case from the roll in bombshell ruling

Patrick Karegeya, a Rwandan dissident, was assassinated in South Africa in 2013

Justice for Cradock Four delayed

Despite an assurance last year that the case was proceeding, the son of one of the four men who were assassinated believes the ANC is blocking it

Ramaphosa urged to establish judicial inquiry into lack of apartheid prosecutions

Imtiaz Cajee, the nephew of murdered anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, will recommend an inquiry to probe the capture of the NPA and SAPS

Ramaphosa puts ANCYL at forefront of party election campaign

The ANCYL will be a vital part of the governing party’s election campaign as it heads closer to the 2019 general elections

Ramaphosa praises former ANC presidents in Jan 8 statement

President Cyril Ramaphosa did, however, hint at the strain that has mired the ANC in recent years

ANC celebrates 107 years but tensions remain

The party marks its establishment and announces its official election manifesto in Durban

Slice of life: My dream apartment

Because I am a comrade and a gentleman, I will doff my beret to the world at large and wherein I have my own Sea Point pozzie

Timol family granted access to oppose apartheid cop’s attempt to ‘escape justice’

The Timol family wants to stop former Security Branch clerk Joao Rodrigues from being granted a permanent stay of prosecution

Ramaphosa under pressure to support reparations for apartheid victims

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been urged to release grants for apartheid victims, as recommended by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Stalwarts shop for education ideas

Both Naledi Pandor and Graça Machel understand the challenges of the future and want to find ways of getting there

Graça Machel stands up for girls’ education at Hong Kong summit

The former Mozambican education minister delivered a searing message for girls’ rights

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