Ndungane warns that the government will not give up after nuclear deal ruling

Archbishop emeritus Njongonkulu Ndungane has called on South Africans to vote for a government that will act in the interest of all SA’s people, not just a ...

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Lotus FM cheers possible end to SABC’s 90% local content policy

The radio station lost millions in revenue after the order in June 2016, and listenership plunged from 390,000 people to 260,000 in four months

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Man accused of plotting to kill Jacob Zuma appears in court

The man is accused of heading two counter organisations: the Anti-State Capture Death Squad Alliance and the Anti-White Monopoly Capitalists Regime

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Durban to rake in R155m from World Economic Forum

Durban hosts the three-day WEF from Wednesday May 3 and is expecting more than 1,000 delegates — and at least R64m in direct income

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If the ANC does not do the right thing by the people of SA, it will fail, Gordhan says

In an interview with CNN, Pravin Gordhan said a handful of individuals seem to be dictating the use of SA’s economic resources

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Cabinet is not discussing SABC bail-out, for now

Department of Communications has sent someone with financial expertise to help the broadcaster’s board turn it around

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Economic policy has not changed, Ayanda Dlodlo stresses

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s interactions with the global finance community at the IMF and World Bank spring meetings were successful, she says

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WATCH: ANC could lose 2019 elections, says Gordhan

In a carefully worded interview Gordhan speaks out on his removal as finance minister and allegations that he plotted against President Jacob Zuma

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Unions say no to Zuma May Day address

Cosatu-aligned unions worry members may react negatively to the president

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Business meets Jacob Zuma on trust deficit

Recall of Treasury officials from international roadshow and cabinet reshuffle made attracting investment more difficult, says Mohale

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Suspicion about alleged R60m ‘state-capture’ coup

The Hawks’ bizarre media statement has raised questions about the authenticity and motives of its alleged probe into the matter

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Health council to hold hearings on the scope of psychologists’ practice

Nonclinical psychologists complain the regulations are too narrow to provide legitimate services

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Malaria research may help develop new drugs

The new information may help other scientists in their quest to find new and better antimalaria drugs

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Protector targets suspected fraud at AgriSeta

Public protector wrapping up report on investigation into the Agricultural Sector Education and Training Authority amid serious allegations

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Vodacom claimant Nkosana Makate still not paid out

The "Please Call Me" inventor has not paid out anything for his SMS innovation by cellphone giant Vodacom despite court ruling in his favour

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Court rules basis of SA-Russia nuclear deal was ‘binding’

The bombshell judgment sheds light on the ongoing controversy over whether or not SA and Russia have concluded a nuclear procurement deal

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