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South Africa urgently needs ethical leaders
South Africa urgently needs ethical leaders
With the recent Cabinet reshuffle, South Africa appears to be reaching a state of crisis, at the heart of which is the shortage of good leaders...
Legal groups say the Secrecy Bill 'tarnishes SA'
Legal groups say the Secrecy Bill 'tarnishes SA'
South Africa's record as a beacon of democracy was being tarnished by the Secrecy Bill, legal advocacy bodies said in a joint statement on...
Meet those who are now rising in the ranks
Meet those who are now rising in the ranks
In addition to purging troublesome ministers Sicelo Shiceka and Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde, President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet shuffle propelled a number...
Bigger Cabinet to cost SA more than half a billion
Bigger Cabinet to cost SA more than half a billion
The creation of a bigger Cabinet and presidency will cost the country more than half a billion rand in "unforeseeable" expenses this year.
Govt 'has made no decision to move Parliament'
Govt 'has made no decision to move Parliament'
No decision has been made to move Parliament to Gauteng and the institution remains in Cape Town, government spokesperson Themba Maseko said on...
Motlanthe praised for snap Cabinet pick
Motlanthe praised for snap Cabinet pick
South Africa's new President Kgalema Motlanthe won praise Friday for quickly forming a government after a week of political turbulence that...
Manto axed from health portfolio
Manto axed from health portfolio
Newly elected President Kgalema Motlanthe used the limited room afforded by a partial Cabinet reshuffle to promise stability, sideline the deeply...
Govt to assist 'poorest TV-owning households'
Govt to assist 'poorest TV-owning households'
The government is to provide R2,45-billion to South Africa's "poorest TV-owning households" to help them buy the set-top signal boxes they will...
SA excludes maize from biofuels policy
SA excludes maize from biofuels policy
South Africa will not include maize in the initial stages of the country's biofuels policy in order to keep a lid on high food prices, the...
Mugabe set to come out fighting
Mugabe set to come out fighting
Zimbabwe's beleaguered President Robert Mugabe was set on Friday to make his first keynote speech since the country's disputed polls at celebrations to mark the 28th anniversary of the country's independence....
Govt addressing concerns on security of SA passports
Govt addressing concerns on security of SA passports
The South African Cabinet has given the assurance that everything possible is being done to address the British government's concerns about the...
Cabinet: Racism remains a challenge
Cabinet: Racism remains a challenge
The South African Cabinet has condemned recent incidents of racism and sexism around the country, saying they have the potential to undermine South...

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