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ANC mulls tax on capital inflows

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2010 South Africa's ruling African National Congress is considering whether the country should impose tax on short-run capital inflows to arrest the... 

Farmers take Zim govt to court over legal costs

By: Sapa     3rd August 2010 Three farmers whose farms were seized by the Zimbabwean government will apply for a special order to recover legal costs in the High Court in... 

New EIA regulations now in effect in South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2010 South Africa's new environmental impact assessment (EIA) regulations came into effect on Monday, which the Department of Environmental Affairs... 

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DEA looking for projects to support green-economy strategy

By: Loni Prinsloo     3rd August 2010 The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) is looking to identify potential projects that could contribute to ‘green growth' in South Africa,... 

Judgement reserved in Cope court battle

By: Sapa     2nd August 2010 Cape High Court Judge Essa Moosa on Monday reserved judgment in the legal battle over whether Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota has the right to take up... 

Row between Sisulu and MPs takes new turn 

By: Sapa     2nd August 2010 Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe and Speaker Max Sisulu have been asked to intervene in the row between Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and MPs... 

SA media is threat to democracy — Nzimande 

By: Sapa     2nd August 2010 South Africa's media posed a threat to democracy, South African Communist Party (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande said in a report in The... 

Hlophe’s legal fees cost State R6,7m

By: Sapa     2nd August 2010 The government spent R6,78-million covering Western Cape Judge John Hlophe's legal fees incurred in his dispute with the judges of the... 

Alliance will overcome — Motlanthe

By: Sapa     2nd August 2010 The tripartite alliance will overcome any problems it faces, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said on Sunday.  

SA signs police agreement with China

By: Sapa     30th July 2010 As part of efforts to strengthen bilateral relations between South Africa and China, Deputy Police Minister Fikile Mbalula on Friday signed a... 

Some Ombud rulings favour State, despite ANC criticis

By: Sapa     30th July 2010 The Press Ombudsman, who came under fire in an African National Congress (ANC) document as "inherently biased", has recently made several rulings... 

Minister congratulates Zille over farm worker proposal  

By: Sapa     30th July 2010 Agriculture Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson congratulated Western Cape Premier Helen Zille on Friday for suggesting a 50/50 equity share scheme... 

DoE making progress with SA energy plan – Peters 

By: Christy van der Merwe     30th July 2010 The Department of Energy (DoE) is progressing with the development of the second integrated resource plan, or IRP2010, and remains on track to... 

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