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Zuma answers questions in the NCOP
Zuma answers questions in the NCOP
AfriForum to prosecute Nomgcobo Jiba for fraud and perjury
AfriForum to prosecute Nomgcobo Jiba for fraud and perjury
AfriForum has instituted legal action to privately prosecute Advocate Nomgcobo Jiba on charges of fraud and perjury.
Michael Komape’s death haunted his sister’s dreams for over a year, court hears
Michael Komape’s death haunted his sister’s dreams for over a year, court hears
Little Michael Komape loved books, he spent most of his time reading. He was a good listener, did not like to fight and was very neat.
McKinsey again denies it did 'anything illegal’ in Eskom, Trillian saga
McKinsey again denies it did 'anything illegal’ in Eskom, Trillian saga
Global Consulting firm McKinsey is willing to return the R1-billion it received from Eskom contract that, in October this year, the energy...
Zuma deploys SA state security and defence ministries to meet Robert Mugabe
Zuma deploys SA state security and defence ministries to meet Robert Mugabe
President Jacob Zuma has released a second statement on the political uncertainty unfolding in Zimbabwe. Zuma has revealed that he has been in...
The President’s Keepers and state capture: black intellectualism needs to focus
The President’s Keepers and state capture: black intellectualism needs to focus
It is astonishing that a book revealing deep-rooted and widespread corruption and state capture in government should instead prompt a...
School tried to conceal Michael Komape’s death, court hears
School tried to conceal Michael Komape’s death, court hears
The Limpopo High Court heard today how the governing body of Mahlodumela Primary School and its management team tried to conceal the news of the...
DA guns for SSA boss Arthur Fraser
DA guns for SSA boss Arthur Fraser
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has threatened to take legal action if the police or the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) refuse to prosecute...
Only half of Cape Town is putting 'efforts into saving water'— De Lille
Only half of Cape Town is putting 'efforts into saving water'— De Lille
Only half of drought-stricken Cape Town is saving water, the City of Cape Town revealed on Monday as it appealed to residents to get on board and...
'Eskom’s problem is Lynne Brown’
'Eskom’s problem is Lynne Brown’
Eskom board spokesperson Khulani Qoma has blamed Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown for the corruption at Eskom. 
South Africa is still way behind the curve on transforming land ownership
South Africa is still way behind the curve on transforming land ownership
Land is a highly charged and politicised issue all over the world. South Africa, with its history of
Reserve Bank guns for Mkhwebane and her CIEX delay attempt
Reserve Bank guns for Mkhwebane and her CIEX delay attempt
Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane faces a bruising day in court on Friday, if papers from the Reserve Bank are anything to go by.
EFF rejects 'class segregation' proposed by fees commission report
EFF rejects 'class segregation' proposed by fees commission report
The EFF on Monday rejected the Heher Commission's report on the feasibility of free higher education on the basis that it will create "class...
Many gifts, but no Guptas or payments declared by Zuma
Many gifts, but no Guptas or payments declared by Zuma
A hibiscus tea set from Omar Al Bashir, Parker pens from Richard Mdluli, wine from Vladimir Putin and Nguni cattle from Mugabe, but no declaration...

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