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ANC interference prompts Pikoli sacking

The former head of the National Prosecuting Authority, advocate Vusi Pikoli, finds himself unemployed again because of political interference.

Fury over traditional system

Submissions to Parliament have mostly requested that the Black Authorities Act be repealed.

Selebi cites renovations for spike in expenses

Jackie Selebi's advocate said on Tuesday the Selebi family experienced a spike in their expenses during 2004 because of renovations at their home.

Ronnie Kasrils: Bring it to light

The former intelligence minister has hit out at what he calls the “sorry saga of leaks” and “political conspiracies dominating the public discourse".

Sixty and single-minded

Pearlie Joubert accompanies Selina Bezuidenhout, one of our Mzansi voters, to the polls.

Zuma ‘threat’ to Constitution

The legal fraternity is uneasy after the ANC president's recent comments.

Diary of a kak year

A year of scandal and ill-health hasn't dulled Steve Hofmeyr's allure, or rubbed the edges off his contradictions. Pearlie Joubert talked to him.

Camp stops food for refugees

Baby formula and food are being smuggled into the Bluewaters refugee camp after volunteers were stopped from bringing supplies to the 600 refugees.

Nafcoc calls for Somali purge

Nafcoc in the Western Cape has sent letters to Somali traders who have returned to Khayelitsha, warning them to close their shops or face violence.

Ferry in troubled water

Two old boats have been recalled to duty to handle the huge daily tourist demand to visit Robben Island.

‘It’s our duty not to be silent’

Joe Slovo residents who travelled to the Constitutional Court for their case were in a sombre mood after hearing argument. Pearlie Joubert reports.

Najwa witnesses receive death threats

At least two witnesses called by the state to testify against murder-accused Najwa Petersen have been threatened with death.

Murderous welcome for refugees

Despite the death of five foreigners, provincial officials insist reintegration has been successful.

SA won’t extradite Mafioso

The Justice Department has rejected the Italian authorities' request for the extradition of convicted Mafia boss Vito Palazzolo.

Cape tender sparks infighting

A battle over questionable government tenders has broken out in the Western Cape African National Congress, with provincial transport and public works minister Marius Fransman at its centre.

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Ithala backs its embattled chairperson

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Transport Month

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Limpopo’s Economic Recovery Plan to fight Covid-19 impact

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Disrupt the corrupt

Whistle-blowers should be seen as real heroes in the fight against corruption and we need a change in culture for this to happen

Corporates: A force for good for a sustainable future

In order to see people and nature thrive what is required is a strong focus on partnerships – we cannot act alone anymore

Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

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