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28 March 2017
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Sibanye’s Stillwater deal to come under April 25 spotlight
The proposed acquisition by Sibanye of Stillwater Mining will come under the spotlight on April 25, when shareholders will be asked to consider resolutions to give effect to the transaction, with...
Zille's colonialism views not what DA stands for - Maimane
Premier Helen Zille's views on colonialism are inconsistent with what the Democratic Alliance (DA) stands for, party leader Mmusi Maimane said on Monday. The matter had "serious consequences", he...
"We want land, DA must stop being white people’s Zombies"
The Democratic Alliance (DA) must stop being “white peoples’ zombies”, Freedom Park organiser, Thabang Makhele, said on Monday, stating that they wanted land. Makhele said they are no longer...
DA calls for full briefing on SABC finances
The Democratic Alliance (DA) wants a briefing on the real state of the South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC's) finances. DA spokesperson Phumzile van Damme said the party would be...
DA demands ministers be questioned about break-in at Office of Chief Justice
The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Monday demanded that the ministers of police, justice and safety and security be called to Parliament to answer questions about the break-in at the Office of the...
Ex-EFF treasurer calls out red berets
The Democratic Alliance (DA) remains a defender of white monopoly capital and it is astounding that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) decided to vote with the party following the 2016 municipal...
Mbeki was aware of 'dubious' past of cop who probed Mandela's task team, court hears
Former deputy and later president Thabo Mbeki was aware of the allegedly dubious background of an investigator appointed to probe the presidential investigative task unit created on former...
Zuma to honour Steve Biko at Human Rights Day commemoration
President Jacob Zuma will lead the national commemoration of Human Rights Day in King Williams Town in the Eastern Cape on Tuesday. The Presidency said that the highlight of the 2017 commemoration...
Public Protector pursuing two-pronged investigation into grant debacle
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is pushing ahead with a two-pronged investigation on the welfare grant crisis, in which the Constitutional Court intervened decisively last Friday. Oupa Segalwe...
Police Minister Nhleko to appeal ruling setting aside Ntlemeza appointment
Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko is on Monday expected to approach the North Gauteng High Court to request leave to appeal its decision that reviewed and set aside the appointment of Hawks boss...
How the ANC aims to bust the 'myth' of its inevitable decline
The African National Congress (ANC) can avoid following the fate of other liberation movements which die after achieving freedom for their people, the party has said. The ANC is currently engaging...
DA hopeful over public protector’s Sassa investigation
The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Sunday welcomed news that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will investigate the social grant saga. "The DA... hopes that the Public Protector's investigation will...
'We remain unshaken' – Ntlemeza
While not directly addressing the high court ruling setting aside his appointment, embattled Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza on Sunday said he remained "unshaken". "I know that some of you have been...
17 Mar 2017
Vedanta already turning Anglo’s discarded zinc assets to account
Diversified mining company Vedanta, which is being associated with the acquisition of 13% of the equity of Anglo American by Volcan Investments because of the link both these entities have with...
South Africa asks World Bank to review ease-of-doing-business position in light of InvestSA initiative
The South African government has officially launched a new investment facilitation service, dubbed InvestSA, which it claims will dramatically reduce red tape for foreign and domestic businesses...
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