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Minister calls for public to take part in energy hearings

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 Energy Minister Dipuo Peters has called for the public to take part in hearings into the government's 20 year energy plan. 

Judgment reserved in "shoot the boer" appeal application

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 Judgment was reserved in an application by the African National Congress (ANC) for leave to appeal an order that the lyric "shoot the boer" was... 

Twist in ‘shoot the boer’ appeal 

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 The African National Congress (ANC) and Afriforum's application for leave to appeal an order that singing "shoot the Boer" is incitement to crime... 

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Free housing cannot continue forever – Sexwale 

By: Loni Prinsloo     29th November 2010 Free housing in South Africa cannot go on indefinitely, said Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale on Monday. 

Motlanthe concerned about education

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe expressed concern about flaws in the education system on Monday, saying that the government was working on an... 

Afriforum to oppose ANC song appeal

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 AfriForum wants to intervene in the African National Congress’s (ANC's) application for leave to appeal the ban of the words "shoot the boer" in... 

Motlanthe criticises vying for positions

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 African National Congress (ANC) deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe has criticised party members vying for positions within the organisation, saying... 

SA-Kenya trade growing — Motlanthe  

By: Sapa     26th November 2010 Processes have been set in motion to address some of the impediments to trade and contact between Kenya and South Africa, Deputy President Kgalema... 

Laws changing to boost service delivery  

By: Sapa     26th November 2010 The President's Coordinating Council (PCC) has identified 350 provisions in existing laws that are slowing down service delivery, the Presidency... 

Obstacles remain in implementing Zimbabwe’s GPA

By: Bradley Dubbelman     26th November 2010 A number of challenges remained in the implementation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) – the accord that laid the foundation for Zimbabwe’s... 

Cele issues stern warning to police officers

By: Sapa     26th November 2010 Police officers who are found guilty of misusing their authority will be dealt with, National Police Commissioner Bheki Cele said on Friday. 

RAF Act can limit claims

By: Sapa     26th November 2010 Limiting the amount of compensation that the Road Accident Fund (RAF) has to pay for claims of loss of support is constitutional, the... 

Poverty on the rise despite growth in least-developed countries

By: Loni Prinsloo     26th November 2010 The number of people living in extreme poverty continued to grow in the world’s poorest countries, despite the 49 least-developed countries (LDCs)... 

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