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Ombud rejects Dexter’s claim against M&G

Phillip Dexter has failed in his attempt to get the <i>Mail & Guardian</i> to retract an article and apologise after the ombud found nothing wrong.

Don’t take their word for it, Poogle it

The Mail & Guardian is using Poogle to decipher the double speak, the innuendo and damned lies our beloved public figures enjoy using.

Cope’s coalition talks ‘reason’ for Dexter’s defection

Philip Dexter says his return to the ANC, three years after defecting, was due in part to the Cope's quest for cooperation with the DA.

Dexter deserts ‘corrupt’ Cope

Cope MP and former national spokesperson Phillip Dexter announced he has quit the party and rejoined the ANC.

Cope’s Dexter rejects non-disclosure allegations

Senior Cope MP Phillip Dexter has rejected allegations of non-disclosure of assets and interests in Parliament's register of members' interests.

Ruckus at the Dexter house

Cope MP Phillip Dexter and his wife have laid assault charges against each other.

On honeymoon with warm, virtual JZ

Despite feisty election-time rhetoric, the majority of the smaller opposition parties in Parliament are beginning to warm to President Jacob Zuma.

ANC plans to expand national executive committee

<a href="http://www.mg.co.za/specialreport.aspx?area=ancconference_home"><img src="http://www.mg.co.za/ContentImages/327874/livefrompolo.gif" align=left border=0></a>The ANC has resolved to increase its national executive committee from 60 to 86 members to ensure greater representation of the party's motive forces. The decision came amid concern from some members of the ANC and its alliance partners that the executive no longer represents the party's core constituency.

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