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29 June 2016
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29 Jun 2016
Thoko Didiza upbeat about ANC victory in Tshwane
Support for the African National Congress (ANC) across Tshwane remains intact, despite the extensive incidents of violence experienced across the metro, ANC mayoral candidate Thoko Didiza said on...
Updated 4 hours ago
SA has a long way to go to be a non-racial society – Mthetwa
Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa said South Africa still had a long way to go to be a non-racial society. "For more than 300 years the country has been in racism, where did they all...
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Outgoing Tshwane mayor Ramokgopa tight-lipped on next move
Outgoing Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa is keeping his cards close to his chest regarding his next move, after the African National Congress (ANC) nominated former cabinet minister Thoko Didiza...
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ANC 'respects' members' right to apply for Public Protector post
The African National Congress (ANC) in Parliament respects the rights of their current and former members to contest for the Public Protector post, the party said on Wednesday. ANC MP Loyiso...
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Salaries take up bulk of municipal costs
Over a quarter of municipal expenditure in the 2014-15 financial year went towards employee costs, according to the latest financial census of municipalities. Statistician general Pali Lehohla...
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Critical Infrastructure Bill no different to Key Points Act, says DA
The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Wednesday lambasted the Critical Infrastructure Protection Bill saying that it did little to address the concerns over the apartheid-era National Key Point Act,...
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How to lodge a complaint against a Public Protector hopeful
Members of the public have nine days to lodge complaints about the applicants and nominees for the appointment of Public Protector. The Public Protector ad hoc committee released the list of...
Muthambi slams Matthews over SABC resignation
The Department of Communications has slammed former acting South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) chief executive Jimi Matthews over the timing of his resignation, labelling it "suspect"....
Nehawu Parliament workers down tools
National Education Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) members working at Parliament downed tools on Wednesday over the suspension of the union's branch chairperson. Gathered outside the...
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Sympathy pours in for Zim's Tsvangirai
Messages of support and sympathy poured in for Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai following his disclosure that he had cancer of the colon, reports said on Wednesday. According to...
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Glencore throws full weight behind transparency in money-to-govts report
Global diversified mining and marketing company Glencore threw its full weight behind complete openness in its maiden Payments-To-Governments Report 2015. In a 17-page outline, Glencore CFO Steve...
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Mining Indaba slashes prices for mining corporates
Mining companies attending the upcoming Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town will benefit from significantly reduced registration fees. Mining Indaba officials have introduced price...
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SADC maps security reforms to ensure stability in Lesotho
A Southern African Development Community-appointed (SADC-appointed) committee has been established to oversee the implementation of constitutional and security sector reforms in Lesotho, a report...
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South Africa's slowing growth to be hit by Brexit – Reserve Bank governor
The governor of the South African Reserve Bank said on Tuesday that although the decision by Britain to exit the European Union would not cause a recession, already slowing economic growth would be...
IEC to brief media on ward candidates
The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) will on Wednesday brief the media on the lists of ward candidates contesting the local government elections. The lists were finalised and certified on...
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