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28 April 2017
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03 Apr 2017
Ramaphosa speaks out against corruption
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for the removal of “greedy and corrupt people” in an audio clip taken from a speech he delivered in KwaZulu-Natal this weekend. Following President Jacob...
13 Feb 2017
I won't hesitate to fire you, Zambian leader Lungu tells ministers
Zambian President Edgar Lungu has threatened to fire ministers who do not regularly visit their constituencies, Lusaka times has reported. Lungu made the remarks while speaking during a public...
08 Feb 2016
S Africans encouraged to participate in nominating a new Public Protector
Nonprofit organisation (NPO) Corruption Watch on Monday launched the Bua Mzansi public awareness campaign in Johannesburg in an effort to engage South Africans to actively participate in this...
19 Oct 2015
South African mining’s delicate make-or-break phase outlined
The South African mining industry’s delicate make-or-break phase has been outlined by some of the sector’s leading lights who make it clear that only give-and-gain will prevent it from losing...
18 Sep 2015
DBSA bullish on loans ramp-up as it reports record disbursements of R13bn in 2015
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) – which disbursed a record R13-billion during 2015, from R12.7-billion in the prior year – remained optimistic that it could ramp up loan...
10 Sep 2015
Citizen organisations play important role in SA democracy
Speaking at a Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE) panel discussion on the impact citizen organisations have on South Africa’s democracy, former national director of public prosecutions...
21 Jul 2015
Low iron-ore price killing jobs at Kumba
South African iron-ore major Kumba Iron Ore has taken the knife to 1 772 jobs as low iron-ore prices cut a swathe through the industry. Out of a previous complement of 572, only 221 permanent and...
16 Jul 2015
User-pay infrastructure funding critical in light of on-budget resource constraint – Radebe
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe has defended the user-pay principle as one of the mechanisms to finance critical infrastructure projects, warning that “on-budget” resources are limited and...
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