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NEWS ANALYSIS: Relax, changes to constitution will not happen soon

Delays are inevitable as draft amendment to section 25 goes through the legislative machine

Nomgcobo Jiba to start 2020 as a pupil advocate

There is no barrier to Jiba's doing pupillage and subsequently practising as an advocate, as efforts to have her struck from the roll of advocates have failed

Cyril Ramaphosa cuts Cairo meeting short due to Eskom crisis

The president landed in Cairo on Tuesday morning, where he first had a briefing with the SA delegation and then met Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

Gwede Mantashe moves on electricity crisis

The minister has the sole authority to procure more generation capacity

CMS move to scrap health insurance products ‘is unconstitutional’

Day 1 Health says the Council for Medical Schemes’s action would violate consumers’ right to access health-care services

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Biggest winners of land reform are well-off men, says report

In unsurprising news, political influence and corruption by government officials has played a significant role in who gets what

Head of business school leaves Potchefstroom

North-West University’s Prof Fulu Netswera moves to Durban University of Technology

WATCH: Why Eskom moved to stage 6 load-shedding

Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer talks to Business Day TV about SA’s the electricity crisis

Are we missing out on hedge fund diversification?

Long-term returns that could prove their case are still lacking, and managers are highlighting shorter-term performance

Eskom load-shedding hits SA’s economy as mines shut down

The crisis-hit power utility's unprecedented power cuts increase the chances of SA slipping into another recession

Prasa placed under administration for a year

Administrator will be required to ensure effective consequence management and provide support to investigations by law enforcement agencies

Government mulling pay freeze for all public servants

Move could anger unions as new rules also propose hefty cuts to office-bearer perks

Eskom ramps up blackouts to highest level ever, increasing recession risk for SA

Crisis-hit utility to go into schedule-six load-shedding for the first time, cutting 6,000MW less than two weeks after it said wasn't expecting blackouts


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