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No room for coups in Africa – Zuma

By: SA News     11th April 2012 President Jacob Zuma has warned that Africa will no longer tolerate those who take power by force and remove democratically elected governments by... 

SA Navy budget set to rise as piracy threat to SADC grows

By: Keith Campbell     11th April 2012 South African Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has confirmed that the country will increase its naval budget. Answering a question from Engineering... 

Govt expert appointed to Walmart study

By: SA News     11th April 2012 Nobel laureate and economist, Professor Joseph Stiglitz, has been appointed as the government’s expert to serve on the Walmart study. This follows... 

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Sanral to issue revised terms and conditions

By: Sapa     11th April 2012 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) will soon issue revised terms and conditions for road users who register for Gauteng... 

Hani militancy would have been tempered by respect – Vavi 

By: Reuters     10th April 2012 Slain SACP leader Chris Hani would have been militant about economic inequities but would not have tolerated disrespect for older comrades, Cosatu... 

Adcorp says March employment up, union membership down

By: Henry Lazenby     10th April 2012 A total of 108 826 new jobs were created in South Africa in March, an increase from the 24 000 jobs created in February and 80 000 jobs created in... 

NDCA can lift Malema suspension – Hanekom 

By: Sapa     5th April 2012 If ANC Youth League president Julius Malema wants his latest suspension lifted, he will have to approach the ANC's appeals committee, national... 

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By: Bradley Dubbelman     5th April 2012 No ANC member is bigger than the organisation's constitution, the party says in welcoming Julius Malema's latest suspension. "We welcome and... 

ANC welcomes Malema's suspension

By: Sapa     5th April 2012 No ANC member is bigger than the organisation's constitution, the party said on Wednesday in welcoming Julius Malema's latest suspension. 

Zuma announces R2.5bn for FET colleges  

By: Henry Lazenby     4th April 2012 The National Skills Fund and the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) are to allocate R2.5-billion towards the refurbishment and... 

Malema suspension a strategic move – analysts 

By: Sapa     4th April 2012 The suspension of ANC Youth League president Julius Malema on Wednesday was a strategic move by the ANC's top officials, said political analysts.... 

World Bank to interview candidates next week

By: SA News     4th April 2012 The World Bank on Tuesday said it would conduct interviews with the three candidates for the bank presidency this month as previously planned. The... 

Universities lack innovation, says Pandor 

By: Sapa     4th April 2012 South African universities are partly to blame for a lack of innovation in different industries, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor said... 

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