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Zamdela residents vow to fight on in Sasolburg

Despite a minister's promise to halt the municipal merger, protesters in Zamdela say their strike will continue until the government listens.

Africa resigns as cooperative governance DG

Elroy Africa has resigned as the director general for cooperative governance and traditional affairs.

Richard Baloyi, deputy ‘at loggerheads’

Tensions are mounting between Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi and his deputy, Ayanda Dlodlo, say departmental officials.

Dig into Zuma Inc deals, says DA

The Democratic Alliance has called for a law amendment to ensure scrutiny of government business deals involving family members of the president.

Mail & Guardian is victim of ‘agenda setters’

Is it a question of being presumed guilty until proved innocent? Is it a representation of certain interests or political game-playing?

What’s fuelling our labour disputes?

Jacob Zuma's R2.4-billion loan to Swaziland has unwittingly strengthened the hand of unions, says <b>Rapule Tabane</b>.

Welcome to Zuma Inc, son

This week the Mail &Guardian reports on another attempt to stitch up a tender for government property

Zuma Inc in row over govt office tender

President Jacob Zuma's new son-in-law is at the centre of an escalating row over a R1-billion tender for new government office space.

SA hit by strike fever

As the country reels from twin strikes by the metal and chemical worker unions, a further strike is looming by nearly a million members of Cosatu.

Publishing of Ministerial Handbook ‘illegal and irresponsible’

Dumisani Nkwamba, spokesperson for the minister of public service and administration, responds to the <i>M&G</i>'s editorial.

Dept fumes at publication of handbook

The department of public service and administration has condemned the <i>Mail & Guardian</i> for publishing the classified Ministerial Handbook.

Manyi’s clash of interests sidestepped

Public services minister brushes off Manyi's 'dismissal' and knows nothing about his business roles

More deadwood that escaped the chop

Why, if service delivery is the issue, are some ministers still in office?

SA ‘must adopt a culture of anti-corruption’

Public Service Minister Richard Baloyi on Thursday called for South Africa to adopt a culture of anti-corruption.

Minister ‘hopeful’ unions will accept govt wage offer

Public Service Minister Richard Baloyi said on Tuesday he hoped to never see a repeat of this year's public-sector strike.

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Smokers hold thumbs for cigarette ban to be lifted

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