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The day we broke Nkandla

In November 2009, Chris Roper and Mandy Rossouw stumbled upon the start of what would become Zuma's Nkandla home. Chris looks back.

The Nkandla house that Zuma built, four years on

Four years ago, the M&G first exposed the scandal behind multimillion-rand upgrades on Jacob Zuma Nkandla's home. Today, little has changed.

Mandy Rossouw: A life worth celebrating

As we mourn a life lost, we should also remember to celebrate its tremendous success in so brief a period.

To a journalist’s journalist: Mandy Rossouw

Tanya Pampalone remembers her friend, Mandy Rossouw.

The mighty Mandy Rossouw

Politics reporter Mandy Rossouw will be remembered for her vivid character, razor-sharp wit and insightful articles.

Holding state authorities to account

Corruption Watch, the Cosatu-backed anticorruption initiative, will focus on both the private and public sectors, says its executive David Lewis.

Scathing attack on SACP ally

Report says the South African Communist Party is in disarray and its leaders are after government positions.

Union grows through white-collar members

Cosatu's membership has grown 3.8%, but its secretariat report shows this is due to an increase in the membership of its public-service unions.

Vavi’s delicate dance with the ANCYL

The relationship between Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi and the ANC Youth League may play a crucial role in Vavi's political career.

Northern Cape woos Vuyiswa Tulelo

Northern Cape provincial leaders are wooing the former secretary general of the ANCYL, Vuyiswa Tulelo, to return to her home province.

Malema deal outrages Cosatu

Cosatu says it is going to "name and shame" corrupt politicians and government officials in Limpopo next week.

Race is on for Shiceka’s post

Sicelo Shiceka has been told that he will be removed from Cabinet, senior ANC sources told the <i>M&G</i>.

Malema mouths off on mines

Nationalisation is a fait accompli and the ANC is merely looking for the best way to implement it, claims Julius Malema.

Cope’s emperor short-changed on his new clothes

Missing funds for non-existent T-shirts and shaky coalition deals have left Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota with fewer friends after the local elections.

Juju’s cousin lands multimillion-rand govt deals

A probe has been launched into contracts worth R60-million awarded by Limpopo to Tshepo Malema, cousin of Julius Malema.

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