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Parly disciplinary hearings loom for Bongo, Manana

ANC MP Amos Masondo confirmed he has referred Manana and Bongo to the subcommittee which organises disciplinary hearings

Editorial: Serial wrongdoers get away with it

​An often cited definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result

Mbete concerned about Manana domestic worker assault complaint

The national speaker indicated the case of Manana's domestic worker would be included in his existing joint ethics committee probe

Assault charges against Manana withdrawn, according to reports

​Reported charges of common assault against the former deputy minister of higher education and training have been withdrawn

More fashion misses than hits at the #SONA2018

Politicians need a fashion police: Looted money can’t buy you everything you know.

Patriarchy is not just a black thing, FYI

The second documentary in MTV Base's series of films on South African issues fails to render an inclusive image of the sources of toxic masculinity

Manana co-accused must pay R30 000 or spend 8 months in prison

Cyril Madonsela and Thulani Mdaka were ordered to attend eight weeks of anger management, decision making and substance abuse programmes.

Manana’s Cubana assault co-accused to plead guilty

​The two men believed to have taken part in former deputy minister of higher education Mduduzi Manana's assault on three women will plead guilty.

Manana convicted on three counts of assault after pleading guilty

The former deputy minister of higher education and training was convicted of three counts of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

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