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Human contact floats the boats

Discovering the life-sustaining importance of contact with actual people: colleagues, customers, and deputy presidents

Mabuza swearing-in postponed to address allegations before integrity commission

It is unclear when Mabuza will be meeting the integrity commission or when his swearing in has been postponed to.

Mabuza swearing-in postponed to address allegations before integrity commission

According to a statement from the ANC, its deputy president made the request himself

Mabuza faces tough questions on Mpumalanga political killings

In its first showdown with deputy president David Mabuza in the Parliament, the DA brought up the issue of political killings in Mpumalanga

Mabuza: I am not a crook

Deputy President David Mabuza has dismissed talk about him being linked to criminal dealings as a smear campaign that started as far back as 2009

Ramaphosa: Money or the workers?

Is he the one to rescue the ANC and South Africa? There is no telling from his contradictory record

Round one in the deputy president bout

The ANC faces a tough -- and hotly contested -- choice of deputy president from two very strong, and very different, contenders. Anton Harber reports.

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