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Police investigating attempted murder case against former minister Ramatlhodi

In March this year, Ramatlhodi was axed as minister of public service and administration

Mineral resources minister seeking advice on Minerals Bill

The minister told delegates at the 2015 Mining Indaba that anyone who felt aggrieved with the process could approach the department.

Minister Ramatlhodi resigns from mining interests

Following a report that Ngoako Ramatlhodi holds a stake in Amplats's BEE partner, the minister says he is busy resigning from his mining interests.

Mining minister says platinum industry ‘very close’ to strike solution

The mineral resources minister says parties are close to finding a solution to the platinum mining strike, although critics are skeptical of this.

New mining minister steps up strike intervention

Two days after taking up his post, Ngoako Ramathlodi has established an intergovernmental technical team to resolve the strike in the platinum belt.

Excluded students terrorise colleges

Youths refused admission to teacher training colleges are terrorising student teachers.

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