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ANN7 sacrificed to save MultiChoice ‘mistake-men’

MultiChoice was equally clear about the consequences of its 'mistake' — when ANN7’s contract ends in August, it will be dropped from DStv

‘ANN7 served as a front to defraud the state’— EFF

​The EFF on Wednesday welcomed Naspers' MultiChoice's decision to rid itself of Gupta-linked ANN7

Sygnia boss sues Manyi for concerted ‘smear campaign’

It began on August 1 when Manyi posted a link to CNBC interview from April and tweeted: “This CEO should be investigated for Economic terrorism”.

Mzwanele Manyi makes a mockery of media transformation

Transformation is not a magical wand that excludes black owners from playing by the same rules as everybody else.

Police investigating attempted murder case against former minister Ramatlhodi

In March this year, Ramatlhodi was axed as minister of public service and administration

The ANC’s 2014 trials and tribulations

At the ANC gala dinner in Nelspruit, ministers share what aspects of the ANC's 2014 manifesto most excites them and what challenges the party faces.

Jimmy Manyi: Gupta TV’s Oprah

Former government spokesperson Jimmy Manyi has traded in the whirligig of state spin for an anchored spot on ANN7.

Editorial: South Africa needs tough communicator

A new year holds the promise of a fresh start and that is as true for the government and its officials as for anyone else.

Kings of spin vie to replace Jimmy Manyi

There are two candidates who would bring different skills to top government communication post. Mmanaledi Mataboge and Charles Molele report.

The many bungles of Manyi

Dropped from government communications, Jimmy Manyi steered GCIS for three turbulent years. The M&G rounded up some of Manyi's most memorable quotes.

Government jettisons Jimmy Manyi

Jimmy Manyi's time as government spokesperson has come to an end, the presidency has announced.

Manyi’s plans for government agency hit brick wall

Jimmy Manyi suffered a double blow this week when the treasury rejected his plans for restructuring the government communications agency.

Questions over Zumaville silenced

The government has refused to release any information relating to developmental projects in the area near President Jacob Zuma's homestead in Nkandla.

Marikana: Govt won’t talk, it’s mourning

The government has refused to reveal its plans to prevent further events like the Marikana strike action in the future - because it's in mourning.

Manyi to get the chop

Jimmy Manyi, the chief executive officer of GCIS, is on his way out and his three-year contract will not be renewed, writes Charles Molele.

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