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Lindela ownership is up in the air

The government has the right of first refusal to purchase the detention centre, and two departments are considering doing so

How Lindela became Bosasa’s meal ticket

The notorious ‘repatriation centre’ was an ‘income stream’ for Bosasa for decades as it worked the system to maximise profits

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Ramaphosa calls the public protector’s affidavit “disingenuous” and “evasive”

The president continues to question Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s motives

Tensions rise in Bosasa court case

Much is at stake both for the president and Mkhwebane in the most significant legal and political battle of Ramaphosa’s first year in office

EDITORIAL: Confused, we turn to conspiracy

Before we rush to condemn these conspiracy theories about Gavin Watson’s death, we have to ask how we got to this point

Ramaphosa’s CR17 campaign finance records sealed

The records of who funded the CR17 campaign have been at the heart of a furious spat between the president and the public protector

Editorial: The magic amount: R500 000

One of the most pressing political crises started with our multibillionaire president being questioned in Parliament about R500 000

Mkhwebane is not bound by Ramaphosa’s request to seal Bosasa record, her lawyers say

As deputy judge president says contentious court records should be handed directly to his chambers, Mkhwebane’s lawyers file in the registrar’s office

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