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Radebe launches Child Justice Act

By: Sapa     1st April 2010 The aim of the Child Justice Act is to establish a criminal justice system specifically geared for children in conflict with the law, Justice and... 

Malema upsets MDC

By: Sapa     1st April 2010 African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema has upset the Zimbabwean opposition political party, the Movement for... 

SA outlines consultation process for 20-year energy plan

By: Terence Creamer     1st April 2010 The South African government's interMinisterial committee (IMC) on energy approved the much-anticipated "stakeholder engagement process" on... 

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RAF judgment ‘most unfortunate’  

By: Sapa     1st April 2010 Wednesday's judgment deeming the Road Accident Fund (RAF) Amendment Act constitutional and lawful was "most unfortunate", the South African... 

Audit Zille, all other councillors — Vavi

By: Sapa     1st April 2010 Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille and all other councillors should be life-style audited as part of the fight against corruption,... 

SA and China sign trade deals worth R2,3bn

By: Loni Prinsloo     31st March 2010 South Africa and China signed trading agreements to the value of $311-million (R2,3-billion) on Wednesday, reaffirming China's position as South... 

Opposition warns against nationalising farmland  

By: Sapa     31st March 2010 Opposition parties again warned against nationalising land on Wednesday, with the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) demanding that President Jacob Zuma... 

“Right wing misusing sensitive ANC”

By: Sapa     31st March 2010 Right-wing elements are "misusing" the African National Congress's (ANC's) sensitivity to diversity, Gauteng party secretary David Makhura said on... 

Govt ponders hotline consolidation

By: Sapa     31st March 2010 Government is considering consolidating all its departmental call centres under one umbrella, Presidency director-general Vusi Mavimbela said on... 

History behind ‘kill the boer’ spat — Zuma

By: Sapa     31st March 2010 The controversy around the recent singing of freedom songs was a sign people had not "dealt with" the country's history, President Jacob Zuma said... 

People made to believe there were no poor whites — Zuma

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 People were made to believe that there were no poor whites during the apartheid era, said President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday.  

NPA defends prosecutor reshuffle

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) defended is plans to send senior prosecutors to lower courts, saying on Tuesday that this was part of a... 

Bid to ban struggle song a farce

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 The High Court bid to ban the song with the words "shoot the Boer" was a farce, the African National Congress (ANC) said on Tuesday. 

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