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Breytenbach not cleared to delete data on laptop
Breytenbach not cleared to delete data on laptop
Crime & Courts

State witnesses testified that former NPA prosecutor Glynnis Breytenbach had no authorisation to delete data on her official laptop.

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SACP complain to IEC over ‘forged’ letter
SACP complain to IEC over ‘forged’ letter

The SACP has lodged a complaint with the IEC against an alleged forged letter claiming the party has backtracked on its decision ...

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If you want to vote, you need your ID: Gigaba
If you want to vote, you need your ID: Gigaba

Minister Malusi Gigaba said that Home Affairs would extend their office hours so that 282 300 ID’s could be collected before the elections.

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Pressure mounts on SABC to reinstate axed journalists
Pressure mounts on SABC to reinstate axed journalists

The public braodcater is under pressure from civil society and the SA Communist Party to reinstate the seven journalists who have been fired.

7 days ago
DA’s parly march an election gimmick, says ANC
DA’s parly march an election gimmick, says ANC

The ANC has dismissed a DA march outside Parliament, in support of the axed SABC journalists, as an electioneering gimmick.

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340 Gupta staff face unemployment: union
340 Gupta staff face unemployment: union
Companies

The closing of Gupta bank accounts could leave 340 people without a job, according to trade union Solidarity.

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‘I can’t be racist, I am the Rainbow Nation’
‘I can’t be racist, I am the Rainbow Nation’

Truman Prince has rejected a complaint of racism laid against him, saying he can't be racist because "I am the Rainbow Nation". (VIDEO).

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Parliament is ignoring the SABC crisis: CASAC
Parliament is ignoring the SABC crisis: CASAC

CASAC has requested an urgent meeting of Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Communications to deal with the crisis at the public broadcaster.

7 days ago
Unions set to do battle with SABC
Unions set to do battle with SABC
Crime & Courts

Solidarity and BEMAWU are set to square off with the SABC in the Labour Court over the dismissal of its members.

7 days ago
You owe us nothing, Maimane tells PE’s poor
You owe us nothing, Maimane tells PE’s poor

DA leader Mmusi Maimane told residents of the Walmer township in Nelson Mandela Bay that it was a pleasure to serve and that ...

7 days ago
Albino killings: ANCWL slams ‘barbaric’ acts
Albino killings: ANCWL slams ‘barbaric’ acts
Crime & Courts

The ANC Women’s League has expressed dismay at the killing of people with albinism and the myth that muti made from their ...

7 days ago
Jordaan confident of Nelson Mandela Bay win
Jordaan confident of Nelson Mandela Bay win

ANC mayoral candiate Danny Jordaan took the fight for the Eastern Cape’s richest metro to the DA’s doorstep when he addressed residents of Korsten.

7 days ago
Two ANC candidates shot dead in 12 hours
Two ANC candidates shot dead in 12 hours
Crime & Courts

The number of deaths of ANC members in suspected political attacks in KZN continued to climb with two more shot dead in less than 12 hours.

7 days ago
DA to picket dismissal of four SABC journalists
DA to picket dismissal of four SABC journalists
Crime & Courts

The Democratic Alliance was expected to picket outside Parliament today against the dismissal of four journalists by the SABC.

7 days ago
4 SABC journos to fight sacking
4 SABC journos to fight sacking
Crime & Courts

Four SABC employees sacked in a surprise move last night have vowed to go to court to fight the public broadcaster.