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As for the ANC, under Zuma its ministers and top officials lost a sense of what was correct conduct with public resources
Minister has suggested in evidence that political motives were at play in the decision to pursue charges against him
As more of its leaders testify against it, the ANC cannot continue to bury its head in the sand, writes Ranjeni Munusamy
Indluplace released its annual results on Wednesday
The three-month seasonally adjusted figure, which is used to calculate GDP, came to 1.5% for September
Deloitte Africa director Leslie Yuill talks to Business Day TV about the executive pay survey
Rumours of cabinet resignations and a plot by eurosceptic MPs to unseat May saw the pound plunge 1% during the meeting
Hilton College 16-year-old 'Costi' Christodoulou flew to Britain to watch the City and United derby and then began his trial at the club
Lindy Solomon's latest exhibition, Unearth, was inspired by mountains in the Western Cape, writes Lucinda Jolly
Diplomats have been trying to nail down details as Beijing entices its neighbours to join a commercial alliance
Beijing’s air quality was at its worst level in a year-and-a-half on Wednesday, with some areas of Hebei Province and Beijing experiencing visibility of less ...
Amnesty stripped the civilian leader of its top award over indifference to atrocities committed against Rohingya Muslims
Japan has launched a complaint at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to contest what it says is illegal financial support given by South Korea to commercial ...
Up to a million Uighurs and other minority groups have been put in what Beijing calls vocational ‘training centres’, according to UN-cited experts
Animal welfare group welcomes postponement, but urges China to scrap the policy altogether
Investigators’ comments shed further light on the areas under scrutiny after the tragic crash of Lion Air's Boeing 737 MAX
Each winter haze can become so extreme that levels of airborne pollutants eclipse safe limits by more than 30 times
The drop in China’s foreign exchange reserves is the biggest monthly decline since December 2016
Babies born in India’s capital breathe the equivalent of 20 to 25 cigarettes on the first day of their lives
In condemning Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo as spies, the court ignored the prosecution's failure to prove any of the key elements of the crime, Reuters chief ...
An Indian cabinet minister vowed legal action after the man-eating animal was shot
As Hong Kong becomes increasingly concerned about Beijing’s strong-arm tactics, Badiucao’s exhibition is cancelled over safety concerns
President also proposes that provincial governments set up bailout funds to help distressed firms
Pilot made distress call on doomed Indonesian jet's previous flight
Sexual abuse, including rape, is so widespread that many of the women interviewed by Human Rights Watch did not understand that coercive sex was unacceptable
The box’s signals were picked up on Wednesday already, but divers were unable to get to the device immediately
Weaker Chinese and regional data raise the risk that the global economy is edging towards a synchronised slowdown
Sliding cocoa supply from the country has forced companies, such as Mars, to open a WiFi café with pictures about cocoa farming, to attract teenagers
Rescue workers hold little hope of finding any survivors as divers and war ships scour the Java Sea where the aircraft went down
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