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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
Hawkish Avigdor Lieberman’s exit pitches Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition into disarray
Government loyalists supported by a Saudi-led coalition are fighting to oust the Iran-backed Huthi rebels
Even US officials have grudgingly conceded that Iran is keeping to the nuclear accord, but they accuse Tehran of continuing its ballistic missile programme and ...
Proceeds of the sale of Maan al-Sanea’s real estate assets will help repay billions of dollars due to creditors, say sources
Clashes in the war-torn Red Sea port city of Hodeida threaten civilian hospitals
Exemptions granted to Iran’s biggest oil clients allow them to import at least some oil for another 180 days
Dispute with Saudi Arabia and its allies has harmed Arab bloc security, says Qatar emir
Despite claiming advances in women’s rights and vowing to bring justice to the Khashoggi case, the Arab nation struggled to convince many Western countries
The Turkish official quoted says ‘biological evidence’ found in the Saudi Arabian consulate's garden indicated the body was likely disposed of near where ...
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, who are leading a coalition fighting Yemen’s Iranian-aligned Houthi insurgents, have yet to comment on calls for a ...
Turkish officials reject Saudi attorney-general's request for all evidence from Turkish investigation into journalist's murder
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that a 15-person team came from Riyadh to kill Khashoggi
Minister of culture and sport Miri Regev becomes the first senior Israeli official to sign the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque’s guest book
The murder has tarnished the image of Crown Prince Mohammed and sparked a wave of international criticism
Called a ‘tragedy at the Dead Sea’, rescuers are still looking for eight people missing from the popular tourist destination
Riyadh allows search of consulate, including of a well on the premises
No one would imagine that in today’s world and a new century that we would witness such an organised murder’
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder clouds the investment conference
German Chancellor Angela Merkel suspends arms exports to Riyadh 'in the current situation'
'Everywhere we go, we have to take into account the fact that security services are getting stronger,' says spy boss Joseph Cohen
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