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Eskom’s Matone to CCMA over ‘unfair suspension’

While deputy president Ramaphosa assures the country that the Eskom boardroom shenanigans "are not squabbles", Eskom's controversial chair stays put.

Sapa clarifies concerns over deletion of database stories

The South African Press Association has allayed fears over the mandatory deletion of its stories from its subscribers' archives.

Durban writer believes praise for Rushdie behind vicious attack

Durban writer Zainub Priya Dala believes she was assaulted for expressing admiration for controversial novelist Salman Rushdie, her publisher said.

DA argument on Mbete calling police is ‘extremist’

The DA's argument to overturn a parliamentary rule allowing Mbete to call police to remove MP's was "extremist", says senior counsel for Parliament.

Malema sequestration to be argued in June

The matter would be argued in June, and that it would give Sars and Julius Malema time to file all the necessary court papers.

Flabba murder accused Manqele granted bail

The magistrate said Sindisiwe Manqele, who has claimed self-defence, would have to comply with several conditions as part of her R10 000 bail.

Flabba’s girlfriend claims self-defence

Sindisiwe Manqele claims she killed hip hop star Nkululeko "Flabba" Habedi in self-defence, broadcaster eNCA reported.

Minister Collins Chabane killed in Limpopo car accident

Minister of Public Service and Administration Collins Chabane was killed in an accident early on Sunday morning, the presidency has announced.

India beats Zimbabwe by 6 wickets to stay unbeaten

Brendan Taylor's flamboyant 138 in a valedictory innings almost spurred Zimbabwe to a shock win over India at the Cricket World Cup on Saturday.

Sekunjalo announces ownership of Sapa archives

Sekunjalo Investment Holdings, a founding member of the African News Agency (ANA), announced on Friday that it has ownership of Sapa's archives.

‘Ulterior motives’ behind plan to suspend McBride

Robert McBride had not yet been suspended but he received a letter from Nathi Nhleko asking him to make submissions on why he should not be suspended.

Zuma continues to drag his feet on Nkandla

The president has said he is waiting for the minister of police to determine if he benefited unduly from the upgrades before paying back any money.

Chaos erupts outside court after Flabba case

Local residents clashed with people understood to be the accused's relatives outside court, where Cindy Manqele appeared.

Khulubuse Zuma: Cosatu, Num allegations distorted

The statements "seek to distort the findings" of the report by the commissioner who was tasked to conduct an inquiry into the affairs of Pamodzi.

Forensic report allegedly implicates Vavi in office sale scandal

Cosatu's Bheki Ntshalintshali says the report also shows that the auditors had not been able to meet Zwelinzima Vavi, despite attempts to do so.

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