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IMF delivers SA a vote of confidence

The IMF’s latest World Economic Outlook say the onset of a new political leadership in SA has reduced policy uncertainty The IMF has ...
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Unions reject bus bosses’ ‘insulting’ offer, call for intensified strike action

“Our backs are against the wall. We are left with absolutely no option but to intensify the strike,” said Numsa General Secretary Irvin ...
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Ramaphosa’s first 100 days: ‘From the Politics of the Panga to the Politics of the Scalpel’

As we reflect on the progress made over the past 100 days, the evidence indicates that the ANC is changing for the better. On ...
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EC health department sets aside R20m to recruit nurses

The Eastern Cape health department has set aside R20-million to recruit young people in the province into the nursing profession ...
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Fitch downgrades South Africa to junk status

Fitch has become the second major rating agency to downgrade SA’s rating to junk status, cutting both the foreign currency ...
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Chiefs want more power

Traditional leaders in the Eastern Cape want more money and power. They also want a 13th cheque and for the ...
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Education MEC given two weeks to quit or forced out

Two Eastern Cape student organisations yesterday warned that if education MEC Mandla Makupula had not quit in two weeks they ...
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Governments are not doing enough to stop wildlife crime

A scathing new report shows that key countries affected by wildlife crime have failed to halt poaching and illegal trafficking ...
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Terrorism is criminal’ – South Africa’s Zuma condemns killing of Russian Ambassador to Turkey

President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday sent South Africa’s condolences to the Russian Federation as well as the family of the ...
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Long-time Bhisho senior official fired by premier

Premier Phumulo Masualle has fired his longest-serving accounting officer, Bea Hackula, after the superintendent-general in the Department of Cooperative Governance ...
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Parliament praises ‘student-driven initiatives’ like Feet4Fees walkers

Parliament’s portfolio committee on higher education and training on Tuesday praised student-driven initiatives like the Feet4Fees campaign. That campaign saw ...
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Collaboration is the key to growth in South Africa

BUSINESS, labour and government pulling together; this alliance is crucial for growing South Africa as a country. Delivering this powerful ...
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Politics

Unions reject bus bosses’ ‘insulting’ offer, call for intensified strike action

“Our backs are against the wall. We are left with absolutely no option but to intensify the strike,” said Numsa General Secretary Irvin ...
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SABC interim board to review Hlaudi’s ‘controversial’ policies

Motsoeneng fell out with the interim board after he criticised its appointment during a media briefing. The interim board of ...
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Mabulu may face criminal charges from ANC over Zuma-Mandela sex painting

The party wants people to ‘remain calm’ and ignore the artist, while it ‘seeks recourse through the justice system’. The ...
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#ZumaMustFall campaign to hold National Day of Action

Opposition parties are planning to step up their campaign to have President Jacob Zuma removed from office with a National ...
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‘Please allow us to deal with this matter’ – ANC on war room saga

African National Congress (ANC) Secretary General Gwede Mantashe has asked that the party be given time to deal with the ...
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Education MEC given two weeks to quit or forced out

Two Eastern Cape student organisations yesterday warned that if education MEC Mandla Makupula had not quit in two weeks they ...
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