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In an answering affidavit, the public protector accuses the president of obfuscating and being part of a “grand stratagem” to have her removed
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Religious leaders are helping to mediate an impasse between asylum seekers, the United Nations, and Home Affairs
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The beleaguered Road Accident Fund’s former CFO, who was found to have meddled in a tender, is administering the government medical scheme
Administrators, from club to national level, would do well to take the example set this month as a reminder that the people is their primary mandate
After coming out as gay, the Kenyan musician fled to South Africa seeking asylum. Yet he faced discrimination here too
The Canapax chain owner, who is also a traditional healer, has been arrested
To address the systemic issues of racial discrimination, broad social and economic transformation is required in SA
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One staff member was arrested last month for fraud amounting to just over R30 0000
Saudi’s Aramco is planning an oil refinery in South Africa, but experts say the mega-project is risky
But Parliament also hears that some of these institutions require additional support
Faf de Klerk captained the challenge to team mates and other men to get themselves screened
We know now that before embracing new technology, we need to ask the difficult questions
The proposed new legislation is expected to have a detrimental effect on South Africa’s creative economy
Fake invoices are alleged to have been used to siphon money from the State Security Agency but the acting director general refuses to comment
South Africa’s squad has built up core strength and benefits will trickle down to the newcomers
The stand-off between the public protector and the taxman is about more than Zuma’s tax