The office of the district public prosecutor has recommended that Elvis Ramosebudi‚ the man accused of plotting a coup by mass assassination‚ undergo mental evaluation
Saftu comes at a time of declining political influence by unions. They are also seen as elitist
A captured South African Treasury is bad news for the country's poor but the view that the capture is a natural enemy of the market economy is a myth
Scientists might be the worst possible defenders of science because they are comfortable with uncertainty and are willing to admit what they don't know
'A voter who abstains, or casts a blank ballot, is a lost voter for Macron'
The Pobrezje cemetery on the outskirts of Maribor, Slovenia's second largest city, recently set up a prototype of a weather-proof and vandal-proof digital tombstone that can interact with visitors
Baxter has also made additional requests for a car‚ cellphone‚ overseas travel allowance‚ housing allowance and special performance bonuses
'Of course all of this ends, inevitably, with someone like the new Police Minister Fikile Mbalula calling for a shoot-to-kill policy'
The office of the district public prosecutor has recommended that Elvis Ramosebudi‚ the man accused of plotting a coup by mass assassination‚ undergo mental ...
The US president would prefer a peaceful resolution but 'there is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict'
'The men in Phahlane’s team, says an Ipid source, are the “go-to guys ” when cops at the top of the heap are in trouble with the law'
The Western Cape High Court found that the determinations relating to the construction of nuclear plants were unconstitutional and invalid
Government had asked power utility Eskom to procure an additional 9,600 megawatts of new capacity
State alleges that Tony-Lee contacted an IS network and was told to kill cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro, 'who drew the Messenger of Allah cartoon'
Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan asked the Davis Tax Committee to study the introduction of an annual wealth tax to help lessen inequality
'Police must be ruthless against those who are armed'
Mbalula relies on judgments of the high court in March and April, however, Ntlemeza has since petitioned the Supreme Court of Appeal
'We have finalised papers to force the minister to retract what he is saying,' says Ntlemeza's attorney
Former government spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi says it is disingenuous to say South Africa's downgrading to junk staus will affect the poor
The minister says there is no fight between him and SAPS or the Hawks‚ and that the court order is being implemented
The high court set aside his appointment as Hawks head
Disciplinary hearings against 10 Public Works officials begin as saga of the refurbishing of Zuma's home with taxpayers' money enters a new chapter
The national police commissioner is flatly refusing to answer questions posed by police watchdog, Independent Police Investigative Directorate
Cosatu Western Cape secretary Tony Ehrenreich accuses Zille of endorsing racism, says Zuma is aiding and abetting thieves
Reserve Bank governor says the new finance minister, who is currently on a road show in the US, has a competent team at his disposal
'Payments from the boot of a black BMW' and other cash payments to subcontractors revealed in a damning affidavit
For nearly four hours the Church of Hlaudi gathered at the Milpark Garden Court for a sermon
The former SABC exec also says government should regulate all broadcasters to ensure they play a majority of local content
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