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The shame of 40 000 missing education certificates

Graduates are being left in the lurch by a higher education department that is simply unable to deliver the crucial certificates proving their qualifications - in some cases dating back to 1992

Offline horrors hit home affairs

One of the department’s centres was unavailable for 130 out of SA’s 248 working days in the past year

Death threats and dismissals: Inside SITA’s ‘clean-up’ probes

Among several investigations relating to the agency are two which former president Jacob Zuma previously ordered

Fleece the state, face the music

Public officials who routinely find loopholes to siphon money out of government coffers may soon find themselves in the dock

Corruption charges withdrawn against Phahlane

The case was withdrawn after the magistrate dismissed the state’s application for a postponement

Police supplier’s offices closing, but business still running

In April FDA shut down the police's firearm permit system and property control and exhibit management

Boeremag link to state IT company and dodgy police supplier

IPID director Robert McBride told Scopa he has been met with resistance to suspend certain people

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Why prisoners are a priority in vaccine rollout

Inmates comprise a vulnerable group in society and they are meant to receive Covid-19 vaccines earlier than the general population. This has sparked debate locally and globally

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