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North West premier in phone tapping claims

‘Agents’ working for Job Mokgoro allegedly tapped ANC and cabinet members’ phones

Will Cyril Ramaphosa have one or two terms?

The threat to the president’s rule comes not from the opposition, but from within the ANC

DA admits it cannot cut ANC support to less than 50%

The official opposition’s leader John Steenhuisen has called its mission to slash the ANC voter share unrealistic during a parliamentary meeting, as the party deals with financial challenges and a fresh round of staff retrenchments

Political balancing act delays KwaZulu-Natal cabinet appointment

Premier Sihle Zikalala needs to keep all factions onside ahead of the local government elections

Zondo commission: Glencore sold Optimum to portray me as a Gupta ally — Molefe

Former Eskom chief executive paints himself as the victim of a plot at the hands of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s former business associates

Panel slams Mkhwebane in a report that sets parliament on long road to impeachment

The public protector was wrong to think legal review was the remedy for incompetence on her part; it is, in fact, removal, an independent report concludes

Review: Volvo XC40 is never intimidating

When you’re asked to drive 400km on a business trip, it really helps if you don’t have to do it in an old skorokoro. In this Volvo, it becomes a road trip to rival others.

Zuma has agreed to meet ANC top six over ConCourt impasse — Ramaphosa

The president says the message to Jacob Zuma will be a simple one: respect the rule of law

Zuma tells ANC top six not to hold their breath

Former president Jacob Zuma will only meet ANC leaders if deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo recuses himself from the state capture commission

Mpumalanga premier removes Mabuza loyalists from her cabinet

Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane’s bold reshuffle is sure to ruffle feathers when the party heads to its elective conference this year

Parliament probe into vice-chancellor fails to get answers

Peter Mbati’s appointment at Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University in Pretoria is under the spotlight

Editorial: Where is the accountability?

We need consequences, otherwise we will continue to get more of the same

Conflicting witness evidence in Bongo graft case — Hlophe

Former state security minister Bongani Bongo has been charged with corruption for allegedly trying to bribe the evidence leader in a parliamentary inquiry into Eskom.

Magashule maintains innocence, refuses to step aside as state adds more charges

The prosecution added a further three Free State officials to the accused and set August 11 down as their first high court appearance

With 50 more charges, Magashule gets August court date

The ANC secretary-general hints he will cling to his post after he appeared in the Bloemfontein magistrate’s court

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