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Minority rights group takes on Malema – again
Minority rights group takes on Malema – again
After reiterating his support for his deputy, Floyd Shivambu, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has received reproval from a...
Economy 'cannot afford load shedding' as black-outs cut deep
Economy 'cannot afford load shedding' as black-outs cut deep
A pressure group has joined growing calls for Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi's head in a fierce fight linked to the looming introduction of...
Unembargoed: June 15 to 21
Unembargoed: June 15 to 21
Public officials who routinely find loopholes to siphon money out of government coffers may soon find themselves in the dock
Malema continues to support Shivambu on Momoniat matter
Malema continues to support Shivambu on Momoniat matter
EFF leader Julius Malema on Saturday reiterated his support for his chief whip, Floyd Shivambu, in the matter involving Treasury's deputy director-general, Ismail Momoniat....
Ramaphosa: Work experience is a barrier to employment
Ramaphosa: Work experience is a barrier to employment
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on both private and public sector companies to employ young graduates despite their lack of work experience....
Ramaphosa launches high-level investigation into State Security Agency
Ramaphosa launches high-level investigation into State Security Agency
President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed a high-level review panel into the work of the State Security Agency (SSA).
Gauteng prepares to expropriate privately owned land without compensation
Gauteng prepares to expropriate privately owned land without compensation
The Gauteng government wants to "immediately" expropriate without compensation privately owned land lying idle.
Fleece the state, face the music
Fleece the state, face the music
Parliament is seeking to criminally charge officials who have for years ripped off the state to the tune of billions of rands, a situation that has...
Slice of life: Writing is painful but it heals
Slice of life: Writing is painful but it heals
At the launch of red cotton and feeling and ugly by Impepho Press, I realised how comforting it is to push your traumas away and...
No ‘culture of silence’, says Sonke
No ‘culture of silence’, says Sonke
In 2009, while attending a workshop for men run by Sonke Gender Justice Network, one of the participants was handed a note by a male Sonke employee...
Lives in limbo as despair seeps into mining ghost town
Lives in limbo as despair seeps into mining ghost town
Nelson Lesufi spends his days with his back bowed, fixing potholes, hoping for a welcome “loosey” (cool drink) as a respite from the unrelenting sun....
Throwing the boeka at crime: How Muslims are reclaiming the streets
Throwing the boeka at crime: How Muslims are reclaiming the streets
Food is laid out on a trail of white paper in the street. As the sun sinks lower, the moment for sounding the call to prayer comes closer to...
Women of Waqf start a movement
Women of Waqf start a movement
Fathima Mohamed* starts to get ready to go to Taraweeh prayers at Houghton mosque almost every night, as soon as she’s eaten her iftar meal....
As Ramadan draws to an end, another mosque attack claims two lives
As Ramadan draws to an end, another mosque attack claims two lives
It’s been five hours since the attack, but his body is still lying in the open field, uncovered. One foot is naked, his toes pointing toward the...

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