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Public protector finds Brown 'inadvertently' misled Parliament about Eskom-Trillian
Public protector finds Brown 'inadvertently' misled Parliament about Eskom-Trillian
The public protector has found that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown misled the National Assembly when she denied there were engagements...
D-day for prosecutions team to decide if NPA should go after Zuma
D-day for prosecutions team to decide if NPA should go after Zuma
National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) boss Shaun Abrahams will receive recommendations on Friday on whether or not former president Jacob Zuma...
Queer – and proud to be Xhosa
Queer – and proud to be Xhosa
Lubabalo Mabona* remembers the night vividly.
Land reform a podium pipe dream
Land reform a podium pipe dream
The ANC faces the prospect of going into next year’s general election without having covered any real ground in addressing the burning issue of...
Asbestos curse continues to kill as ex-miners fight for compensation
Asbestos curse continues to kill as ex-miners fight for compensation
In the Northern Cape, former mineworkers and their families live with lung-destroying diseases and barely survive financially. Lucas Ledwaba...
VAT hike is not a done deal – Carrim
VAT hike is not a done deal – Carrim
A proposed hike in the value-added tax (VAT) rate will be closely interrogated by Parliament before it is accepted, said the chairperson of the ANC...
'We must never give Ramaphosa the space we gave to Zuma'
'We must never give Ramaphosa the space we gave to Zuma'
We must not give President Cyril Ramaphosa too much leeway, lest he goes down the same road as former president Jacob Zuma.
Home Affairs raids ANN7 offices
Home Affairs raids ANN7 offices
The department of home affairs this afternoon raided the offices of the former Gupta-owned ANN7 television station in Midrand.
Marikana talks stagger on
Marikana talks stagger on
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s pledge that the government must finalise reparations for the families of striking miners killed by police at Marikana...
I’m not a pilchard, I won’t live in a tin’
I’m not a pilchard, I won’t live in a tin’
Residents facing eviction from their Woodstock homes “have no right or entitlement” to be accommodated at a location of their choice, says the...
ANC caucus didn't want VAT hike
ANC caucus didn't want VAT hike
ANC members of Parliament’s standing committee on finance did not support an increase on Value Added Tax (VAT), according to ANC MP and chair of...
Krog, Pauw speak out on newspaper’s decision to publish Hofmeyr’s views
Krog, Pauw speak out on newspaper’s decision to publish Hofmeyr’s views
Prominent authors Antjie Krog and Jacques Pauw have spoken of their disappointment at being featured alongside apartheid apologist and racist Steve...
SPCA dropped by National Lottery Commission
SPCA dropped by National Lottery Commission
A cut in funding from the national lottery has forced the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) to reduce its free services,...
SACP, unions slam Budget as 'attack on the poor'
SACP, unions slam Budget as 'attack on the poor'
The South African Communist Party (SACP), labour federation Cosatu and various other unions have slammed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's Budget...

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