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Zuma lawyers confirm he will not be attending Sona

The former president’s lawyers say they do not know how where Parliament obtained the information about his attendance

‘No say in Ginwala inquiry’ – Simelane

Former NPA boss Menzi Simelane said that he did not determine what documents made up the government's submission to the Ginwala inquiry.

Zuma shuts down inquiry into NPA boss Mxolisi Nxasana

The inquiry into whether the prosecutions boss is fit for the job has been terminated just as it was due to begin, on the orders of the president.

Speaker for the silent majority

Frene Ginwala spoke to Sarah Evans about the trials of being an advocate for women at the birth of the new South Africa.

All eyes fall on Nxasana inquiry

Like the Ginwala inquiry, the intended probe into the NPA boss will be the first of its kind, and everyone will be interested in how it functions.

Point of no return

This may be the year in which, on the corruption front, South Africa faces its "TRC moment" writes <b>Richard Calland</b>

Where are South Africa’s young lionesses?

<b>Verashni Pillay</b> wonders about the dearth of young women leaders in our country's politics.

The ANC in pictures

The ANC parliamentary caucus is running its own election campaign and to grace the recent launch it ran a number of ads in Sunday newspapers.

The ‘friendly’ inquisition

It was touted to be a friendly, "inquisitorial" forum, but had all the elements of a bitter family feud where old comrades squared up in new battles. On the one side: the mandarins of the state and the political party that brought liberation, fighting to protect old networks of solidarity.

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