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SA waits on information regulator
SA waits on information regulator
With national and provincial elections on the country’s horizon, there is a nagging question that deserves attention in the face of mounting...
Anxiety grows over party funding Bill
Anxiety grows over party funding Bill
Civil society groups fear President Cyril Ramaphosa is being lobbied about not signing the Political Party Funding Bill until after the 2019...
Letters to the Editor: August 10 to 16
Letters to the Editor: August 10 to 16
Dear President Cyril Ramaphosa,
Moerane Commission report tabled in KZN legislature
Moerane Commission report tabled in KZN legislature
The Moerane Commission's report on political killings appears to be making progress through the KwaZulu-Natal legislature after being tabled before...
Editorial: It’s dangerous to other foreigners
Editorial: It’s dangerous to other foreigners
Last week at rally in Cape Town, the Democratic Alliance called for the army to be deployed in the Western Cape. It is an astoundingly illiberal...
NGOs tighten up on sexual harassment policies
NGOs tighten up on sexual harassment policies
Civil society organisations in South Africa are reviewing their own sexual harassment policies, following the Mail & Guardian’s exposé of the sexual...
Right2Know welcomes data regulations but says more needs to be done
Right2Know welcomes data regulations but says more needs to be done
Advocacy group Right2Know has welcomed new regulations around data expiry announced by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) last...
French presidents 'tried to torpedo SA arms deal probe'
French presidents 'tried to torpedo SA arms deal probe'
After delivering testimony on Monday that implicated two former French presidents and South African leaders in the arms deal, attorney Ajay...
March on Durban city hall: ‘As shack dwellers we deserve some dignity’
March on Durban city hall: ‘As shack dwellers we deserve some dignity’
Thousands of people marched to the Durban City Hall on Monday against alleged violent...
No more secrecy in new inspector general interviews
No more secrecy in new inspector general interviews
The veil of secrecy around interviews for the inspector general of intelligence post has been lifted and the next step of the hiring process will...

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