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25 May 2017
16 May 2017
Daily Podcast – May 16, 2017
Making headlines: Zuma's lawyer says MPs won't vote differently in secret ballot Zimbabwean minister warns Zuma against 'copying' Zim's 'land reform agenda' And, DA says Molefe could 'obstruct'...
Opposition parties optimistic Constitutional Court will rule in their favour
Opposition parties said on Monday that they were confident that the Constitutional Court will rule in their favour after arguing their case for a secret motion of no confidence vote against...
MPs won't vote differently in secret ballot – Zuma's lawyer
There is no risk for Members of Parliament (MPs) who openly vote against President Jacob Zuma if they truly believe they have lost confidence in him, his lawyer argued in the Constitutional Court...
05 May 2017
DA a step closer to having Gordhan's sacking reviewed
The Democratic Alliance (DA) is a step closer to challenging President Jacob Zuma’s decision to sack Pravin Gordhan as finance minister, following its victory in the High Court in Pretoria on...
28 Feb 2017
National Assembly adopts Fica bill amendment, MPs urge Zuma to sign it
Opposition Members of Parliament (MPs) on Tuesday, urged President Jacob Zuma to sign the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (Fica) Bill without delay after the National Assembly adopted minor...
25 Jan 2017
Zuma's stand on FIC Bill is incorrect – senior counsel
Two independent members of senior counsel told MPs of the Standing Committee on Finance on Wednesday that President Jacob Zuma’s interpretation of the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Bill is...
23 Sep 2013
SA: Statement by the Marikana Support Campaign, on false evidence by SAPS to implicate AMCU in threats to kill police officers (23/09/2013)
False evidence has been given by SAPS officers to the Marikana Commission, which implicates AMCU officials in threats to kill police officers just before the massacre on 16 August 2012. Evidence...
22 Oct 2012
Marikana lethal force was last resort, says Police advocate
The use of "lethal force" at Marikana was a last resort, the judicial commission of inquiry into the shooting deaths of 34 Lonmin platinum mine workers heard on Monday. "This happened despite...

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