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Thoko toiled quietly for the SACC and Struggle
Thoko toiled quietly for the SACC and Struggle

Thoko Didiza was thrown into the spotlight when violence erupted in Tshwane after the ANC named her as its mayoral candidate.

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MultiChoice deal an example of state capture: SACP
MultiChoice deal an example of state capture: SACP

The SACP said the agreement between MultiChoice and the state broadaster was a graphic example of corporate capture of a state asset.

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Observers must interrogate voters’ roll, says Maimane
Observers must interrogate voters’ roll, says Maimane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane has called on international observers at the August 3 local government elections to “interrogate” the voters’ roll.

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Zuma’s silence on ANC violence shameful: DA
Zuma’s silence on ANC violence shameful: DA

DA leader Mmusi Maimane said it was worrying that the president had not spoken out about violence within the ANC’s ranks, or the Tshwane unrest.

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‘Homosexuality comes from the Illuminati’
‘Homosexuality comes from the Illuminati’

The Sodawana Bay guest house owner who refused to accommodate blacks on religious grounds says homosexuality is also against God's law.

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KZN councillor quits ‘racist’ DA
KZN councillor quits ‘racist’ DA

Former uMsunduzi councillor Lungisani Sikhakhane claims that the DA “only needs black people for votes, and to do dirty work and hard work”.

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KZN ANC squabbles may benefit DA
KZN ANC squabbles may benefit DA

The DA candidates’ list for the local government elections in eThekwini could see the official opposition attracting more ...

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SACP criticises ‘draconian’ SABC policy
SACP criticises ‘draconian’ SABC policy

The SA Communist Party has called on the SABC to reverse the “draconian” editorial policy that led to the suspension of three ...

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SACP slams Hlaudi ‘personality cult’ at SABC
SACP slams Hlaudi ‘personality cult’ at SABC

SA Communist Party concerned over what it terms the "creation of a personality cult in the unlawfully appointed" SABC COO.

Business News
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Call for workers to buy out UBank
Call for workers to buy out UBank

The SA Communist Party has appealed to unions to stop cash-strapped UBank from falling into the hands of the Gupta family.

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Tshwane turmoil, Brexit have the same roots
Tshwane turmoil, Brexit have the same roots

Inequality is at the heart of Britain’s decision to exit the EU, the rise of Trumpism in the US and the Tshwane unrest, writes Craig Dodds.

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Poll is referendum on Zuma: Maimane
Poll is referendum on Zuma: Maimane

DA leader Mmusi Maimane told supporters in Verulam that the upcoming local election was a referendum on President Zuma and state capture.

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DA's Mashaba versus ANC's Tau in Joburg
DA's Mashaba versus ANC's Tau in Joburg

Baldwin Ndaba looks at the two candidates for Joburg mayor, and their plans for the city.

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Ramaphosa 'could face hostility’ in Modimolle
Ramaphosa 'could face hostility’ in Modimolle

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is likely to walk the proverbial knife edge when he addresses an ANC pre-election rally in the volatile Limpopo town.

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Young lions roar with ambition
Young lions roar with ambition

ANCYL president Collen Maine used a KZN youth rally to tell President Zuma the time had come for young people to lead the ANC.