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Tshabalala resigns as SABC chairperson

After refusing to resign earlier this month, saying she had done nothing wrong, SABC chairperson Ellen Tshabalala has handed in her resignation.

Zuma denies links to Sars suspensions

The Presidency criticised allegations that Jacob Zuma had a hand in the suspension of Sars members, saying the allegations are "pure mischief".

Malema: I’m no cry baby, insults are part of the game

Julius Malema is happy that the EFF conference unfolded smoothly over the past few days without any blood spilled, and says it left the EFF united.

Chiefs coach upset over supporters berating Zimbabwean player

Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter unimpressed with the way supporters continue to belittle Zimbabwean striker Kingston Nkhatha, considers resigning.

Jim: Numsa won’t convert to a ‘political party’

Numsa's general secretary Irvin Jim reiterates that Numsa won't convert to a "political party", and will remain inspired by Marxism-Leninism.

ANC: M&G story on newspaper ad cuts ‘mischievous’

The ANC denies allegations in the Mail & Guardian this week that the party plans to cut advertising to three newspapers as 'punishment'.

Parliament tarnished by ‘rampant anarchy’, says ANC

The ANC has accused opposition parties of disrupting Parliament with headline-seeking stunts as the EFF heads to the Concourt over its suspended MPs.

Pistorius’s conviction appeal granted

However, Judge Masipa dismissed the sentencing appeal of Oscar Pistorius, saying she did not believe the sentence was "shockingly inappropriate".

Nel: Pistorius shown ‘too much mercy’

Prosecutor Gerrie Nel, who is appealing the judgment in the Oscar Pistorius case, says the sentence was "shockingly inappropriate".

Vavi calls on union leaders to ‘wake up’

Zwelinzima Vavi says union leaders must stop acting like bosses who can make decisions without touching base with their union members.

Dewani found not guilty of Anni’s murder

Businessperson Shrien Dewani has been acquitted of the murder of his wife Anni while on honeymoon in Cape Town in 2010.

Yolande Korkie: The family chooses to forgive

The widow of Pierre Korkie, who was killed Saturday morning during a rescue operation in Yemen, says people have choices and she chooses to forgive.

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