Zimbabwean teachers in the Western Cape unpaid for months

The province's education department is accused of dragging its feet in verifying Zimbabwe exemption permits

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Gwede Mantashe hits KZN to quell anti-mining sentiment

The minister says the visits form  part of the 'ongoing frank and open discussions' with mining companies‚ communities and other stakeholders  

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Cyril Ramaphosa’s rescue plan for SA in six key points

The president has announced a plan to kickstart the economy. Here are the main points he made

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What Ajay Gupta has to say about Mcebisi Jonas’s testimony on state capture

‘There are very substantial disputes of fact between what I have to say in response to the contents of Mr Jonas’s statements’

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ANC bans spokesperson Phelisa Nkomo from talking about the economy

Nkomo’s bizarre statement on the Reserve Bank’s interest rate decision raised questions about the ANC’s commitment to the Bank’s independence

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Lynne Brown’s cross-examination application dismissed

The former public enterprises minister admits she has a relationship with the Guptas‚ but says she did not work for them

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Jacob Zuma was not reckless in bid to have state capture report reviewed, court told

Former president Jacob Zuma was not reckless in instituting an application to have the State of Capture report reviewed and should not be liable to pay for ...

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Moerane report into political killings slammed

A whitewash, says political violence whistle-blower

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State eases some of the more controversial provisions in Mining Charter

New provisions offer some flexibility for mining rights holders

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Whistle-blower Rosemary Hunter loses court battle to recoup pension billions

The rule is a blow to thousands of people who had their benefits moved to various public and private sector unclaimed benefits funds

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Decision on land expropriation policy delayed by ‘amateurish’ report

The constitutional review committee wants an extension on the deadline to present its findings

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Zingiswa Losi: woman’s rise from humiliation to triumph will lift workers

Cosatu’s newly elected leader Losi becomes the first woman in Africa to lead a labour federation

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Council for Medical Schemes suggests single scheme for public servants

The proposal is likely to run into opposition from industry players and public servants alike

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Ajay Gupta denies meeting or offering Mcebisi Jonas bribe and job

Gupta claims in an affidavit he was at Oakbay’s offices in Sandton at the time of the alleged meeting

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