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/ 30 May 2008

Madisha: SACP favoured cash to foil creditors

The South African Communist Party (SACP) has on several occasions taken large donations in cash in order to foil its creditors, according to former Congress of South African Trade Unions president Willie Madisha. He made the claim in an article in the Cape Times on Friday, in which he sought to ”set the record straight” on events surrounding his axing.

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/ 9 October 2007

Cape advocates say Hlophe must quit

Nine senior advocates from the Cape Bar, some of them former acting judges, have publicly called on Cape Judge President John Hlophe to quit. ”We believe that there cannot be public confidence in the continuation in office now of Judge Hlophe,” they said in a letter published on Tuesday.