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10 December 2016
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Government walking the talk on corruption - Radebe
POLITICS
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe on Friday praised government’s work in fighting corruption, saying it was walking the talk. Over the past three years, the Special Investigating Unit (SIU)...
 
 
Zuma, ministers in court over 'covert' workers' union
POLITICS
A huge civil suit involving staggering claims about the involvement of President Jacob Zuma, State Security Minister David Mahlobo and government intelligence agents in the formation of a new...
 
 
Hlaudi's R500k salary increase demand, Guptas take centre stage in SABC inquiry
POLITICS
Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) acting CEO Phil Molefe has given explosive testimony at Parliament's SABC inquiry, saying Hlaudi Motsoeneng threatened to "go to Pretoria" after...
 
 
Fransman suffers another blow in the high court
POLITICS
Suspended African National Congress (ANC) Western Cape head Marius Fransman's urgent application to access documents attached to the ANC’s integrity commission report on him has failed. Western...
 
 
Former President Mbeki appointed Unisa chancellor
APPOINTMENT
In an effort to sustain the reputable profile of outgoing University of South Africa (Unisa) chancellor Judge Bernard Ngoepe, who served the university for 15 years before stepping down this week,...
 
 
Zuma reminds public servants, parastatal bosses to respect Parliament
POLITICS
President Jacob Zuma on Friday called on public servants and representatives of state-owned enterprises to respect and account fully to Parliament. “The presidency wishes to remind public servants...
 
 
Incompetent ministers must go - Mahumapelo
POLITICS
Calls for a Cabinet reshuffle are not an act of retaliation against ministers who called for President Jacob Zuma to step down, but rather a way to rid the country of incompetent ministers, North...
 
 
I won’t mind sitting 'in the opposition benches' - Makhura
POLITICS
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has resigned himself to a possible future on opposition benches, even if his government delivers on key projects and clean governance. "I don’t mind that we may end up...
 
 
Zuma signs SIU proclamations on Limpopo, KZN municipalities and agriculture entities
CORRUPTION
President Jacob Zuma has signed proclamations for the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to probe allegations of corruption in the Mopani district municipality in Limpopo and the Harry Gwala...
 
 
Ghana opposition leader wins presidential election, radio stations report
ELECTIONS
Ghana's main opposition leader, Nana Akufo-Addo, has won the west African country's presidential election with an absolute majority over President John Mahama, two influential private radio...
 
 
Stillwater deal runs deep
PLATINUM
The acquisition of America’s Stillwater Mining has the potential to put South Africa’s Sibanye on the inside track of low-cost mechanised primary mining as well as provide it with deep insight into...
 
 
Zambia eyes energy diversification, reviews South Africa's progress
ENERGY
Zambia has started reviewing its options to reverse the country's current energy constraints and diversify its own energy mix, leaving no viable potential initiatives off the table as it seeks to...
 
 
Minister got 'too close to the action' at SABC, says former board member
POLITICS
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi acted unlawfully when she amended the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board's memorandum of incorporation (MOI), former board member Krish...
 
 
I have received threats, former SABC boss tells MPs
POLITICS
Former South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) CEO Lulama Mokhobo received threats before giving testimony at Parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into the public broadcaster’s board, she...
 
 
Prasa could face negligence claim for breaching ConCourt order – transport union
LEGAL
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) could face civil action for possible safety negligence in its Metrorail trains following the death of a learner who died while travelling with a...
 
 
 
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