Zambia sends DA leader packing for ‘supporting’ Zambia’s opposition leader

Zambia says Mmusi Maimane, who calls Hakainde Hichilema a friend, ‘intended to mobilise Zambian opposition parties and undermine the judiciary’

Report reveals mafia-style network controls SA

University academics’ research reveals ‘a silent coup’ that has SA in the grip of a corrupt network intent on looting the state

EDITORIAL: The ANC cannot do the rational thing on Zuma

SA is desperate for political change, but we will have to wait another six months

Inquiry into Trillian boss reaches impasse

Stalemate over provision of documents leads Tokyo Sexwale to say he will resign as chairman and await a judicial investigation into state capture

Jacob Zuma not opposed to state capture inquiry

The president says it is Thuli Madonsela’s instruction to him that he is opposing

Mokonyane’s budget finally adopted despite concern about financial ‘mess’

Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane’s department still owes contractors R1.8bn from the last financial year

EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Did rot set in when Gigaba joined public enterprises?

Tokyo Sexwale says Jacob Zuma is too conflicted to be part of an inquiry into state capture, not to be outdone, the president sets up his own probe into Eskom

NEWS ANALYSIS: Big four worry about Capitec taking clients

Customer growth across the big four banks has analysts wondering where Capitec finds its clients

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The local currency is also biding time ahead of Moody’s ratings announcement, which is expected to be released soon

Trump sounds off about German car exports

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WhatsApp line launched to help abandoned babies and mothers

As Child Protection Week starts, activists says nearly 3,000 children were abandoned last year alone

We demand a full probe into state capture, and we want it now, Save SA says

Just one thing should be on the ANC leadership’s mind this weekend, and that is ‘taking Jacob Zuma down before he takes the entire country … down with him’

Unlisted Wafima buys Winhold for cash

Winhold’s share price jumps 30% after announcing it has received a buyout offer at R1.25 a share, investors owning 68% have already accepted the offer

Transformation trumps ties to the Guptas, says Nomvula Mokonyane

Water minister says introducing more black participants into the industry is more important than questions about whether Gupta-linked companies have benefited

Mmusi Maimane deported from Zambia

The DA leader had gone to the Southern African country to attend the treason trial of opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema

Robert Mugabe’s frequent flier status is intact

Neither age nor the depleted state of Zimbabwe’s coffers has crimped the globe-trotting president’s style

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Philip Stephens

The perpetrators alone bear responsibility for murderous bombings, but taking sides in power struggles will only defer extremists’ defeat, writes Philip Stephens

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ANTHONY BUTLER: Zuma’s centre cannot hold — and Dlamini-Zuma is a non-starter

Anthony Butler

Zuma’s lame-duck legacy is writ large, but the NEC may put him out of our misery sooner rather than later, writes Anthony Butler

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Jonny Steinberg

'So firmly is SA nailed to its colonial past that it is free to move no more than its fingers and its toes'

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Everything is upside down. Politicians are praying and the church is politicking, writes Gareth van Onselen

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Did rot set in when Gigaba joined public enterprises?

Tokyo Sexwale says Jacob Zuma is too conflicted to be part of an inquiry into state capture, not to be outdone, the president sets up his own probe into Eskom

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ANTHONY BUTLER: Zuma’s centre cannot hold — and Dlamini-Zuma is a non-starter

Zuma’s lame-duck legacy is writ large, but the NEC may put him out of our misery sooner rather than later, writes Anthony Butler

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Everything is upside down. Politicians are praying and the church is politicking, writes Gareth van Onselen

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