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Zuma reprimanded for comments about women

The Commission for Gender Equality has warned President Jacob Zuma to watch what he says when speaking about women, Beeld reported on Saturday.

Head of Gauteng Hawks served with suspension

Major-General Shadrack Sibiya, the head of the Hawks' Gauteng division, has been given a notice of suspension.

Matric exams: Umalusi finds ‘group copying’

Monitoring body Umalusi says it is concerned about the discovery of group copying in matric examinations in two provinces in the country.

Egypt bans festival to honour Rabbi

Egypt has banned an annual festival, which attracted hundreds of Jewish pilgrims, in honour of a Moroccan rabbi renowned for performing miracles.

Donald: ‘Young pup’ Radaba’s time will come

Proteas coach Allan Donald is impressed with talented Kagiso Radaba and believes he will have a bright future with the Proteas.

ANC official Yolanda Botha dies

Yolanda Botha, who served in Parliament's social development portfolio committee, died over the weekend.

SA, Ghana undecided on final squad for Afcon

Algeria has named a final squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea while Group C rivals Ghana and South Africa are undecided.

Malema ties the knot with long-time girlfriend

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema wed his girlfriend Manta Matlala over the weekend in his hometown in Limpopo, reports say.

Foreigners ‘lucky’ to get 49% business shares in Zim

Zimbabwe's new Indigenisation minister says foreigners should feel lucky that they are getting such a large amount of shares in local businesses.

Zuma has misled the nation over Nkandla, says Maimane

Mmusi Maimane says Zuma's declaration on national television that the Nkandla upgrades are no fault of his, is a neglect of his duties to the country.

Nene: Sars still a model public institution

Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene says that he, alongside Sars Commissioner Tom Moyane, will make sure that the fiscal institution redeems itself.

Derby-Lewis’s wife cautions SACP on ‘wider conspiracies’

Gaye Derby-Lewis warns Chris Hani's wife, Limpho, and the SACP not to make allegations of wider conspiracies about Hani's murder.

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