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Impimpi accusations are ‘reckless’

The Cope leader’s claim that the president informed on him during apartheid has been described as ‘politically bankrupt’

Eskom will get another bailout

Rescue plans will be detailed in the budget speech and the utility will be split into three state entities

We colluded in our land dispossession

Like Lekota, Agrizzi has revealed a dreadful truth — we gave away the state for measly trinkets

Mbeki questions ANC’s motive for expropriation without compensation

The comments were made in a leaked 30-page memorandum intended for internal use by the Thabo Mbeki Foundation

‘It’s unfounded’ — Lekota’s reaction to being called a sell-out

Mosiuoa Lekota says he will stand firmly by his view that there is no need to amend the Constitution or to expropriate land without compensation

Malema steals the show at Limpopo land hearings

The presence of the EFF leader left many residents, who came to day two of the hearings, star-struck

Lekota’s land insights ignore historical injustice

Lekota’s statements are obfuscations cloaked through euphemism and the omission of their implications

‘Some of us are very hurt’ by negative comments about Mam’ Winnie – Yengeni

An ANC NEC member has not taken kindly to criticism of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Gigaba’s ‘untruths’ need to be ‘given serious attention’― Ramaphosa

In December last year, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria ruled that Gigaba "deliberately told untruths under oath"

I’m not going for cheap votes over land, says Lekota

'Don’t give land to people who don’t know how to use it; give it to people who you have prepared'

Cope: Constitution caters for land restitution and redistribution

The opposition party believes that land expropriation without compensation is a short-sighted approach aimed at winning support for 2019

Opposition parties: Zuma or South Africa. The two cannot co-exist

Just hours after the opposition parties’ meeting, Standard & Poor’s made its credit downgrade.

Lekota rejects claim that ANC benefited from arms deal

Giving evidence at the Seriti commission, the former defence minister has dismissed a question relating to the ANC benefiting from the arms deal.

I’m no dictator, says Cope leader Lekota

In an interview with the M&G, Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota claims the party would garner more support in the forthcoming election than in 2009.

Cope MPs and MPLs prepare to jump ship

At least eight MPs and a large number of MPLs are getting ready to leave Cope ahead of the upcoming elections.

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