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Zuma says Minister Chabane could have “used my name” to remove Maseko

The former president denies funneling state funds to the Guptas

Voters’ anger and resignation

It was a quiet day at the polls in the Limpopo district with elders wanting to vote and the youth cynical about elections

Chabane: A humble but wily politician

The Cabinet minister worked as hard as he played, and was reviled by some but respected by many.

Politicians pay tribute to Collins Chabane

Government officials and opposition leaders paid tribute to Minister Collins Chabane to died in a car accident in Limpopo on Sunday.

ANC mourns ‘great baobab tree’ Collins Chabane

The ANC has paid tribute to Minister Collins Chabane who was killed along with his driver and bodyguard in a collision with a truck on Sunday morning.

Minister Collins Chabane killed in Limpopo car accident

Minister of Public Service and Administration Collins Chabane was killed in an accident early on Sunday morning, the presidency has announced.

Nearly R50m paid out to suspended public servants

Millions have been paid out to the about 400 public servants who are currently on paid suspensions, according to a newspaper report.

Chabane: Government cannot be blamed for not inviting Tutu

Evaluation Minister Collins Chabane says the government did not issue any invitations for people to attend Madiba's funeral.

Foreign leaders advised not to attend Mandela’s Qunu funeral

Minister Collins Chabane says foreign heads of state and dignitaries may, but are advised not to, attend Nelson Mandela's funeral in Qunu.

Presidency confirms dozens of heads of state for Mandela memorial

Minister Collins Chabane says 28 heads of state have been confirmed for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, with many still expected.

Chabane gives details of Mandela funeral, memorial service

Despite not being able to say which speakers will attend Nelson Mandela's memorial service, Collins Chabane says most arrangements are under control.

SA’s Jews ‘have nothing to fear’, says Chabane

Following a claim by the minister of international relations that ministers won't visit Israel, Collins Chabane has addressed SA's Jewish community.

New rules in Ministerial Handbook lay down the law on perks

Curbs on buying flashy cars and travelling first class are among measures expected in the long-delayed Ministerial Handbook.

Guptagate: Number 1 back in the spotlight

Beeld editor Adriaan Basson speaks to us about the latest revelations in the Guptas' Waterkloof landing scandal.

Allegations by DA draw Zuma deeper into Guptagate

Following a report suggesting Jacob Zuma knew about a private aircraft landing at Waterkloof, further accusations have pulled him into the saga.

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Scores die in Western Cape’s deadly taxi tit-for-tat

Forty-three people were shot dead in the first six months of this year in the Western Cape’s intractable taxi violence, while close to 100 have been arrested and 40 are on court rolls in connection with the conflict

Ingonyama Trust Board moves to retrench staff

More than 50 workers at the Ingonyama Trust Board have been issued section 189 notices

Solar stuck where sun don’t shine: State spends R289m to store solar water heaters

The national solar water heater programme is set to take off once again this year, but meanwhile the government is spending millions on storing heaters that have yet to be installed

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