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Sacked in 2012

The past year has seen the axe fall on a number of controversial characters. The Mail & Guardian looks at 2012's high-profile job losses.

Fiery champ of your right to a fair deal

The consumer commissioner and her staff are battle-ready and prepared to fight the good fight.

Consumer Protection Act hits a roadblock

The new CPA has been in effect for more than two weeks, yet among those in the motor industry there is uncertainty.

Padayachie looks to the private sector

New Minister of Communications Roy Padayachie wants to foster a partnership with the private sector and create a spirit of working together.

Nyanda fumes at allegations over corruption

Siphiwe Nyanda on Sunday said his former director general Mamodupi Mohlala had "crossed the line" following a <I>Sunday Independent</i> report.

DG sets sights on assets unit job

This was one of many positions Mohlala had discussed as an option with Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi.

Govt extends Mohlala’s leave

The communications ministry has extended the leave granted to its axed director general, Mamodupi Mohlala, an official said on Monday.

Axed communication DG to be redeployed

Axed director general in the department of communication, Mamodupi Mohlala, would go on special leave until she is redeployed to another department.

Costly mess ‘wasted’ public funds

Government coughed up R2,6-million to settle a lease dispute during Mamodupi Mohlala's time at the pensions office.

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