Stories of Note Bytes from the digital world President Jacob Zuma’s efforts to stall amendments to the Financial Intelligence Centre Act (Fica) could make SA miss its deadline for an international effort to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. This poses a danger of SA being put on a watch list. The SABC’s sole remaining board member, chairman Mbulaheni Maguvhe, acting CEO James Aguma and corporate affairs executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng staged a walkout of a parliamentary committee meeting. Sources said the SABC feared details of its controversial 2013 R550m deal with MultiChoice would be made public. In My Opinion Matters of debate ANC politicians who oppose President Jacob Zuma and his patronage faction are beginning to say in public what they used to say only to close friends. This could make life more difficult for the patronage group, but it does not mean Zuma is on his way out, writes Steven Friedman. The way that people use skyscrapers is changing. For one thing, the...

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