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Ramaphosa extends lead with Limpopo nomination

Limpopo was the second last province to hold its Provincial General Council (PGC) meeting where the nominations from branches were consolidated.

Taxi industry ‘running on empty’

Calling the transport minister a liar, owners want a state subsidy so they can pay their bills

Transport Minister has said China rail contract will deliver SA jobs

SA is negotiating with China to construct the Moloto Rail Development Corridor and Minister Joe Maswanganyi promises it will bring jobs.

Joe Maswanganyi: We don’t anoint leaders in the ANC like in churches

Joe Maswanganyi won’t say that he wants Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to lead but he opposes the deputy taking the post uncontested

Uber drivers fight back with spotters

The war with metered taxis has escalated as calls for the government to sort it out grow louder

Popo Molefe: Why does Prasa want to silence me?

The troubled rail agency’s woes are far from over amid court rulings and apparent secret campaigns.

Fierce loyalty reaps big rewards

Some of the five new ministers in top Cabinet positions are barely known outside ANC circles. Others are known for their vigorous defence of Zuma.

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Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

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5G technology is the future

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