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Tokyo Sexwale’s Mvelaphanda empire dwindles

Tokyo Sexwale's Mvelaphanda empire has shrunk to a single investment, fuelling belief that his campaign to be president is about to begin in earnest.

KwaZulu-Natal will pay Cele’s legal costs

The taxpayer is picking up the tab for suspended police chief Bheki Cele's defamation case as "a matter of principle".

Zimbabwe cracks down on SA, UK newspapers

Several top SA papers, including the <i>Sunday Times</i> may be banned from Zimbabwe, along with the UK's The <i>Zimbabwean</i>.

Avusa CEO cashes in R3-million of share incentives

Prakash Desai has exercised R3.69-million worth of rolled-over share-based incentives granted in 2003 and 2004 by Johnnic Communications Limited.

Avusa chair, directors quit, CEO could follow

Avusa's chairperson and two directors have quit after alleged interference from shareholders, and the company's chief executive will soon follow.

‘Facebook racist story’ IS relevant, says Sunday Times

The <i>Sunday Times</i> has come in for criticism on Monday for publishing an outdated front-page story and image of a "Facebook racist".

The Times overtakes the Star in circulation

The <em>Times</em> has overtaken the <em>Star</em> in terms of newspaper circulation, according to Audit Bureau of Circulations figures.

Media groups to be probed for collusion

Competition regulators are gearing up to investigate allegations of collusion in the newspaper printing industry.

Avusa’s up-and-down shuffle

Eric Miyeni's controversial column in the <i>Sowetan</i> attacking <i>City Press</i> editor Ferial Haffajee sparked a domino effect.

Miyeni considers suing over Sowetan dismissal

Axed <i>Sowetan</i> columnist Eric Miyeni is considering taking legal action against the paper for sacking him over his column about Ferial Haffajee.

CareerJunction: Online career index still dropping

Online recruitment unit CareerJunction said on Wednesday that its online labour supply and demand index continued to drop in February.

Weekly Kuli Roberts column to be discontinued

The weekly Kuli Roberts column in <em>Sunday World</em> will be discontinued with immediate effect, the newspaper's editor said on Monday.

DA divided over treatment of ‘biased’ reporter

The DA's blacklisting of <i>Sowetan</i> parliamentary correspondent Anna Majavu has led to divisions in the party, insiders say.

Pluralism is a bigger priority than press ownership

There's renewed focus on newspaper ownership by the ANC, even as they're becoming less hardline about the Media Appeals Tribunal and the Secrecy Bill.

Avusa to retrench 11 reporters

Media group Avusa has issued notices of retrenchment to at least 11 journalists, including some editors, of the <i>Sowetan</i> newspaper.

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Judicial committee orders Mogoeng to apologise for SA-Israel remarks

The JCC said that by the chief justice straying into politics, he breached the judicial conduct code and ordered him to issue an apology and retraction

‘Doctors’ wives’ jump Covid queue

Private doctors and civilians have been exploiting gaps in the public health system to get vaccinated

Ithala fails to act against board chairperson over PPE scandal

Morar asked to settle with the state and pay back the profit he made on an irregular tender

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