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WMTV back on the box

The multiple award-winning <em>Weekly Mail </em> Television team returns to TV1 screens.

Compromise on kings’s land

King Goodwill agreed to a compromise, relinguishing the ownership of mineral rights and government to the state.

Black warders no better off than their charges

Black warders who have sympathy for prisoners are victimised by their white colleagues.

Conflict over the capital business

Clashes over the location of the new capitals have erupted both between and within political parties.

Tussle for ANC leadership in Cape

A battle for the leadership of the ANC in the Western Cape has involved premier Hernus Kriel in a cabinet confrontation, reports Mondli waka Makhanya.

Edged out, but Buthelezi fights back

The Zulu king may have elbowed Mangosuthu Buthelezi off the throne, but the Inkatha leader has not given up the fight, writes Farouk Chotia.

Murder probe reveals police ‘dirty tricks’ in trade union

From evidence surrounding the murder investigation it appears that Bellingan's activities were linked to those of Stratcom.

What Modise didn’t know about DDC

Defence Minister Joe Modise had clearly not been briefed about the Directorate of Covert Collection when he moved to interdict this paper last week.

Just the woman for the job

It will be a long time before the PWV's new MEC for education can return to her first love -- teaching, reports <b>Philippa Garson</b>.

Day of the gallows

On Wednesday, Anton Koen and James Henry Cohen, both convicted of common law murder, were taken to the gallows.

Forget the score, Mandela was the winner

Over the moon! Guardian reporter Gary Younge witnesses South Africa beating Zambia at football and finds there really is a place for politics in sport

Glitterati celebrate a fairytale ending

The presidential inauguration ... The world's leaders came to honour Nelson Mandela, the former convict who is now commander in chief.

Mandela realises his dream

As he turned toward the polling station, Mandela was asked how he was gong to vote. He smiled broadly. "I've been agonising over that question...".

Round one in the deputy president bout

The ANC faces a tough -- and hotly contested -- choice of deputy president from two very strong, and very different, contenders. Anton Harber reports.

ANC’S banana boy with a slippery mission

Jacob Zuma, the ANC's Natal/kwaZulu premier, is a man at ease in his own ability - which is just as well considering the task that lies ahead of him.

ANC’s banana boy with a slippery mission

Jacob Zuma, the ANC's Natal/kwaZulu premier, is a man at ease in his own ability -- which is just as well considering the task that lies ahead of him.

Sleeping with the enemy

They could have been Natal's "star-crossed overs" but their story has a happy ending.

Pick your politician, not your party

What do Patricia de Lille, Tokyo Sexwale and Constand Viljoen have in common?
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