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Zuma ‘saddened’ by death of Hlala

President Jacob Zuma has expressed sadness at the death of former National Press Club chairperson Patrick Hlahla.

Save the rhino! Castrate a white dude

Chris Roper ponders the National Press Club's decision to make the rhino Newsmaker of the Year 2012, and what this says about the media.

NPC defends decision to make rhino newsmaker of 2012

The National Press Club has defended its decision to choose the rhino as Newsmaker of the Year 2012, which came under heavy criticism on social media.

Actually we do have ANC members, says CT press club

Cape Town Press Club chairperson Donwald Pressly has openly admitted that some members of the press club are also members of the ruling party.

ANC lashes out at press club ‘alienation’

The ANC says the Cape Town Press Club cannot be regarded as a neutral ground for parties that have no presence in the club.

Petros moves away from Mdluli conspiracy claims

Gauteng police head Mzwandile Petros says he has had his hands too full to be part of a conspiracy to oust crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli.

Press club to meet Sisulu over Mandela coverage

The National Press Club will meet with Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu to discuss the treatment of journalists reporting on Mandela's hospitalisation.

Maharaj lawyer: No charges against City Press — yet

Mac Maharaj has not yet decided whether to press charges against <i>City Press</i> for republishing portions of his 2003 interview with the Scorpions.

Maharaj: I have never been involved in corruption

Presidency spokesperson Mac Maharaj has told the National Press Club he has never been involved in corruption and bribery.

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Ebrahim Patel MIA as the South African National Accreditation System battles its board

Trade and Industry Minister Ebrahim Patel has failed to intervene at the South African National Accreditation System since being made aware of alleged board inteference last November

Back in time to meals on wheels

Cape Town’s oldest roadhouse is hoping to make a comeback during the coronavirus lockdown. Nostalgia is the biggest seller

People’s behaviour stoking Gauteng pandemic

The active case count of Gauteng surpasses that of whole countries. Workers at clinics report a ‘concerning’ relaxation of basic health protocols

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Young professional gets a career boost from PSETA

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Municipal audit outcomes reveal public sector financial management must be professionalised

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