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Officials and MPs part of his fight over Nkandla.
Officials and MPs part of his fight over Nkandla
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The Granite State is virtually devoid of African-American and Hispanic voters, writes Simon Barber.
The Granite State is virtually devoid of African-American and Hispanic voters, writes Simon Barber
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Zuma unlikely to mention at opening of Parliament the destructive effect of the capture of state institutions by corrupt, private business interests.
President must spell out measures to tackle corruption — empty words must stop and politicians found colluding with businesses to rob state must be dealt with harshly
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Lawyer concedes Zuma bound by Madonsela’s directive that he pay back some of the R246m spent unnecessarily on upgrades to his Nkandla home
President Jacob Zuma admits he’s bound by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s finding, and that Nkandla has ‘traumatised’ South Africa
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Study shows presence of women in corporate leadership positions can boost a firm’s performance.
The massive study showed that larger companies appear to appoint more women on boards and in upper executive ranks
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Rising interest rates and inflation will affect low-income households which constitute the largest group in the country.
There is no catalyst to spur stronger growth soon, and SA has not announced structural measures to turn economic growth around, writes Francois van der Merwe
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A decade of messing about in other people’s cars is probably worth a pause to ask myself why I do this.
Cars will change beyond all recognition over the coming years, but will remain at heart of very human urge to explore, writes Alexander Parker
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EFF will have a tough time pushing it through as process is political and requires a two-thirds majority.
EFF will have a tough time pushing it through as process is political and requires a two-thirds majority
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Recent developments concerning the economy and our national finances make @SONA2016 the most important since the dawn of the new order in 1994.
The Constitution provides inspiration to those seeking a ‘back to basics’ approach to the push forward the economy still needs, writes Paul Hoffman
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Main question left hanging after frank talks between Zuma, cabinet ministers and more than 100 CEOs, is what the follow-through will be
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It is an indictment of Cricket SA there appears to be no will to offer immediate reassurance the game is in order.
It is an indictment that there appears to be neither the will nor skill to offer immediate reassurance that all is in order, writes Neil Manthorp
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