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ATM withdrawal halts no-confidence vote against Ramaphosa

The party wants the court to rule on the secret ballot issue first, with the case set to be heard in early February

The Zondo commission of evasion

Obfuscation, non sequiturs, outright lies, senseless babble, curry breaks — and we’re paying for it all

ATM could be the wild card on May 8

Campaigning on issues rather than a broader agenda makes this church-affiliated party unique

PIMPLES: Team Zupta and the hole in the wall

Hole in the wall: Zuma, Atul Gupta, Manyi and Motsoeneng

Political parties parlay people’s expectations to get to Parliament … pfft

From the good, the bad to the United Moral Movement for the Advancement for All, South African voters are spoilt for choice

Mzwanele Manyi finds new political home

Former ANC member Mzwanele Manyi has joined the African Transformation Movement

Manyi fails to flip the script

The former GCIS head bungled his chance at unmasking white monopoly capture

Politicians, media must make peace

Voters need to be well-informed and some arrangement must be made to end to the lies and misinformation

Manyi claims he is being treated like a hostile witness

The former GCIS head has asked for a member of the Zondo commission’s legal team to recuse himself

Downfall of The New Age a sign of white collar state capture says Manyi

According to former GCIS head Mzwanele Manyi, the New Age newspaper was a casualty of white-collar corporate capture of the state

‘Williams defended The New Age’ — Manyi

During his testimony, Mzwanele Manyi told the commission that Williams had changed her position on the controversial business breakfast briefings

#StateCaptureInquiry: Manyi’s back

Former head of GCIS Mzwanele Manyi will testify before the Zondo commission on Monday

Manyi says corruption happened under Phumla Williams’ watch

Former GCIS CEO Mzwanele Manyi testified before the state capture commission on Wednesday in an unexpected turn of events

Duduzane, Manyi make Zondo commission appearance

In September, Duduzane Zuma’s lawyers successfully applied for the right to cross-examine Mcebisi Jonas

Gordhan details attack on treasury

The minister’s affidavit tells of bids to block a Bill that would enable scrutiny of dodgy money

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