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15 days ago
Anti-Zuma crusade hots up
Anti-Zuma crusade hots up

South Africans have been urged to hold silent protests wherever President Jacob Zuma makes a public appearance.

16 days ago
Dagga a step closer to being legalised in SA
Dagga a step closer to being legalised in SA

The Department of Health is forging ahead with plans to recognise cannabis as a prescription drug rather than a banned substance.

16 days ago
State capture: Zuma hits back at ‘unfair’ report
State capture: Zuma hits back at ‘unfair’ report

South African President Jacob Zuma takes aim at the Public Protector during a defiant speech in Parliament.

16 days ago
KZN Health MEC scores 1/10 on DA scorecard
KZN Health MEC scores 1/10 on DA scorecard

Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo hit rock bottom on the Democratic Alliance's annual score card rating the performance of KZN MECs.

16 days ago
Save SA promises financial transparency
Save SA promises financial transparency

The Save South Africa campaign said it will soon set an example for the country's political parties by publicising who support ...

16 days ago
#ZumaQ&A: Zuma goes on the attack
#ZumaQ&A: Zuma goes on the attack

In his last Q&A session for 2016, President Zuma defended the Guptas, took a swipe at Thuli Madonsela and lashed opposition parties.

16 days ago
Treasury supports minimum wage recommendation
Treasury supports minimum wage recommendation
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The Treasury has voiced support for the report by a government appointed advisory panel that suggested a national minimum wage of R3 500.

16 days ago
Motshekga under pressure to act against Sadtu
Motshekga under pressure to act against Sadtu

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga told MPs it was unfair to expect her to act against Sadtu, in the wake of the jobs-for-cash report.

16 days ago
Madonsela has no right to order me: Zuma
Madonsela has no right to order me: Zuma

Thuli Madonsela has no right to order the President to institute a commission of inquiry into state capture, President Zuma told Parliament.