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What is EFF’s party funding quest?

Its court application to force disclosure of donations to Cyril Ramaphosa may mask a bid to portray him as a capitalist puppet

We will find resources to ensure the Zondo commission completes its work — Lamola

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says his department will ensure the state capture commission is afforded the financial resources to complete its work, despite the treasury’s uncertainty

Get to grips with the brains of youth

Shaping the frontal cortex as a critical youth development strategy

The EFF reignites #FeesMustFall as it takes Nzimande and Unisa to court

The EFF is going to court in a bid to have the higher education minister’s directive that Unisa lower its first-time student intake overruled

Malema shores up Zuma’s attack on the judiciary

EFF leader warns judges they will be ‘overthrown’ for bias in favour of the ruling establishment

EFF leaders say the party’s executive did not sanction Malema’s meeting with Zuma

The EFF’s top brass have spoken out about Malema’s engagement with Zuma, calling it ‘a disappointment’

EFF rubbishes home affairs’ ports of entry report

Minister says they need to deploy more health workers on the border, as ports are set to open next week. EFF says there is no concrete action on the “mediocre” plan

Give Zuma a chance to reconsider defying ConCourt, says Ramaphosa

The former president is being advised by various leaders to appear before the state capture commission

High court sets aside public protector report on Gordhan and Sars ‘rogue unit’

Busisiwe Mkhwebane ‘allowed her important office to be used to try and resuscitate a long-dead fake news propaganda fiction’, the court ruled

ANC: ‘We’re operating under conditions of anarchy’

In its latest policy documents, the ANC is self-critical and wants ‘consequence management’, yet it’s letting its members off the hook again

Two MECs fail to understand their harmful blunders

The Western Cape’s Debbie Schäfer missed the point about racism and the North West’s Mmaphefo Matsemela undermined the dignity of a young man

Editorial: Desperately seeking an opposition

All the contenders are deeply flawed, losing support, or both

Does the Expropriation Bill muddy the land question even further?

Land ownership and its equitable distribution has floundered. Changes to a section of the constitution and the expropriation act are now before parliament, but do they offer any solution?

EFF eyes municipalities ahead of 2021 local government elections

EFF leader Julius Malema says the party is preparing to govern in many municipalities from next year. It is also launching a programme to defend the rights of farm workers

Distraction, intimidation and future alliances define events at Senekal

The lack of compassion towards Brendin Horner’s family is the failure of identity politics

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