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The ANC wants to re-assess the passing of rushed legislation which may lead to it being deemed unconstitutional.
People attending the event were given an EFF T-shirt, CD and a tray of meat.
The police formed a ring of steel outside the Gauteng Provincial Legislature building to prevent another violent takeover.
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Police Minister Nathi Nhleko says the SA Police Service Act will be reviewed in a bid to “align it with the Constitution”.
The DA has lashed out at the City of Cape Town’s planning officials over a proposed restaurant near Chapman’s Peak.
A White paper on families recommends that paternity leave should be added to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
DA MPL Jack Bloom will approach the Gauteng legislature’s Speaker after he was kicked out of Helen Joseph Hospital.
The Gauteng Department of Health has explained why it had not spent R1.355 billion of its R28.7bn 2013/14 budget.
A senior official in the Limpopo legislature in Polokwane was arrested during a police blitz on drunk driving.
DA Youth leader Mbali Ntuli has been involved in a racial incident at the University of Arkansas.
The DA welcomed reports that 13 officials have been charged with maladministration relating to Nkandla.
The Inkatha Freedom Party said one of its councillors was shot dead at the Mogale City Hostel on Johannesburg's West Rand.
The ANC will go “back to basics” through its Imvuselelo campaign, President Jacob Zuma said.
The state information and technology agency (Sita) has defended its decision to award former provincial top cop Mzwandile Petros' company a R10 million deal to recover three stolen laptops, the Sunday Times reported.
EFF leader Julius Malema has taken National Council of Provinces chairwoman Thandi Modise to court.
President Jacob Zuma has announced plans to explore parts of the ocean to find economic potential.
The state has reclaimed the notorious Vlakplaas from a right-wing religious fundamentalist.
President Jacob Zuma is calling on the public to help police find a child who went missing when his father's car was hijacked.
Lawyers representing hundreds of miners injured during the Marikana massacre have made R5.13 million in legal fees.
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa faces the likelihood of being recalled to the Farlam Commission of Inquiry.
Lawyers will ask the High Court in Pretoria for approval to bring a class action against Transnet.
The SABC has paid around R42 million in bonuses to its staff and middle management, The Sunday Times reported.
Controversial SABC chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng wants to grow the public broadcaster to a R10 billion organisation.
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