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ANC vet: Cabal report is a ‘distortion of reality’

Mac Maharaj says the report is a "distortion of reality"

Editorial: Some freedom fighters are no longer honourable

The sacrifice in the fight for freedom and Zuma, the freedom fighter, should be honoured, but his presidency will be counted among history’s follies.

Unearthing a buried trail of lies of Mac Maharaj’s relationship with Shaik

​Documents seen by the M&G have reopened questions on a Scorpion investigation regarding a series of payments to the presidential spokesperson.

SCA dismisses Mac Maharaj gagging appeal, endorses transparency

Criminal charges were laid against three M&G staffers by presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj in November 2011.

Madonsela to investigate Mac Maharaj’s stay at ministerial estate

The former presidential spokesperson's stay at a luxury housing estate in Pretoria "could amount to flagrant abuse of public resources".

No sound or fury as Mac Maharaj bows out

President Jacob Zuma's number one is retiring, still vague and prickly but undeniably a shrewd strategist.

Mac Maharaj: In his own words

As presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj signs off, we take a look at some of the spin doctor's most memorable quotes.

Struggle stalwart Mac Maharaj decides to call it a day

The presidential spokesperson, who is close to 80 years old, says it is time to "slow down".

Zuma not sidestepping duty to answer questions – presidency

Presidency spokesperson Mac Maharaj says President Jacob Zuma is only required to answer questions by invitation, once per quarter.

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