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Zondo to decide on Gupta, Duduzane Zuma applications to cross examine
Zondo to decide on Gupta, Duduzane Zuma applications to cross examine
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo will deliver his decisions on the Guptas’ and Duduzane Zuma’s applications to cross-examine state capture...
Cele to police: 'Don't be kind when faced with cop killers'
Cele to police: 'Don't be kind when faced with cop killers'
A looting spree has rocked a multimillion-rand community development project in Ekurhuleni, with one company allegedly invoicing the city R22 000...
#StateCaptureInquiry: Another witness implicates the Hawks in Gupta collusion
#StateCaptureInquiry: Another witness implicates the Hawks in Gupta collusion
On Tuesday, former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor concluded giving her testimony before the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, in which she...
#StateCaptureInquiry: Mentor was too scared to meet with Zuma in China
#StateCaptureInquiry: Mentor was too scared to meet with Zuma in China
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor told the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture that, while on a 2010 state trip to China, she was too...
Who’s who in round one of state capture inquiry
Who’s who in round one of state capture inquiry
The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture began on Monday in Parktown, headed by former Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
Barbara Hogan rejects Zuma fake Kathrada letter claim
Barbara Hogan rejects Zuma fake Kathrada letter claim
Former ANC NEC member Barbara Hogan has rejected suggestions by President Jacob Zuma that her late husband Ahmed Kathrada's final letter to him had...
Letters to the editor: March 24 to 31 2016
Letters to the editor: March 24 to 31 2016
The most insanely foolish thing a farmer can do when his livestock is being destroyed by wild animals is to go on a full-blown war against hyenas...
[Video]Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: I'm terrified for SA
[Video]Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: I'm terrified for SA
VIDEO: The ANC stalwart speaks candidly about her book, regrets for putting SA before her family, and her fear that history will repeat itself.
Echoes of SA's struggle are deafening
Echoes of SA's struggle are deafening
I spent the better part of several days glued to the internet watching the release of Palestinian prisoners and an Israeli soldier. I find such...
Eskom executive committee paid 109% more in 2011
Eskom executive committee paid 109% more in 2011
State-owned power utility Eskom paid executive committee members 109% more than they were paid last year, according to its financial statements for...
Do we really want to be like Venezuela?
Do we really want to be like Venezuela?
Populism always ends in tears. But by rallying "the people" against an undifferentiated other it can feed off primal instincts and raise political...
Barbara Hogan's legacy
Barbara Hogan's legacy
New Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has a lot to pick up that his ousted predecessor, Barbara Hogan, was forced to drop, if this key...

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