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Shaky start to Limpopo land hearings
Shaky start to Limpopo land hearings
It took Manare Frans Molele at least three hours to drive to the municipal hall in Jane Furse, Limpopo, where scores of people had gathered to make...
Angry NUM members vow to boo Cyril over Eskom woes
Angry NUM members vow to boo Cyril over Eskom woes
National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) members, unhappy with Eskom’s latest wage offer and its independent power producers (IPPs) programme, have...
Former execs claim R30m from KPMG
Former execs claim R30m from KPMG
Two former KPMG directors who left because of the scandal involving the audit firm and VBS Mutual Bank have slapped the firm with multimillion-rand...
Cosatu’s new KZN leaders take on Ingonyama
Cosatu’s new KZN leaders take on Ingonyama
Trade union federation Cosatu in KwaZulu-Natal wants people who live on land controlled by the Ingonyama Trust to be given individual land tenure...
Papa Penny the populist for premier?
Papa Penny the populist for premier?
Papa Penny is famous. With his bouffant hairdo sitting tremulously on top of his head like a crazy, hairy, postcoital doodle, his chintzy multicoloured suits and his fingers dripping with rings, he is also instantly recognisable....
Reparations row dogs petrol giant
Reparations row dogs petrol giant
Petroleum giant Engen has gone to court to stop protests by residents of Durban’s Wentworth township who want it to give them shares in the...
Slice of Life: ‘I felt that I had done my job’
Slice of Life: ‘I felt that I had done my job’
I have always been interested in economic development and wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. But to develop the economy, one needs to...
Ex-health MEC in R1bn graft probe
Ex-health MEC in R1bn graft probe
A Special Investigating Unit report has revealed new details about the extent of state capture at the Gauteng health department, where more than...
#MiniMeToo breaks long silences
#MiniMeToo breaks long silences
He remembers it as if it were yesterday. More than three decades since it ended, the memory is as fresh as it is painful: how, for four years, the...
READ: Aaron Motsoaledi's speech on major changes to medical aids
READ: Aaron Motsoaledi's speech on major changes to medical aids
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi presented the Medical Schemes Amendment and National Health Insurance Bills at a press conference in Pretoria on...
Read the damning SIU report on Gauteng health department corruption
Read the damning SIU report on Gauteng health department corruption
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) was issued a proclamation by then president Jacob Zuma in May 2010 to probe allegations of corruption at the...
ConCourt confirms voters have the right to be informed on private political funding
ConCourt confirms voters have the right to be informed on private political funding
The Constitutional Court has confirmed a ruling by the Western Cape High Court which found that the Promotion of Access to Information Act (
'Police lifestyle audits are needed'
'Police lifestyle audits are needed'
The arrest of a police officer from Bellville South, Cape Town, for the alleged theft of 18 firearms from police stores highlights the need for...
SA elite are cashing in, Eskom unions close ranks
SA elite are cashing in, Eskom unions close ranks
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