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W Cape to produce own ministerial handbook

By: Sapa     24th March 2010 The Western Cape is to tighten controls over the spending of its top politicians by producing its own ministerial handbook, Premier Helen Zille... 

SA convicts first sex traffickers

By: Sapa     24th March 2010 South Africa has made its first conviction for human trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)... 

Malema still stirring

By: Sapa     24th March 2010 African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema remained in the eye of the storm on Tuesday after angering various groups... 

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Business funding proposals on track – Patel

By: Sapa     23rd March 2010 The Economic Development Department expects to finalise proposals for small business funding by November this year, and raise R2-billion for... 

Sarb bulletin shows economy recovering

By: Sapa     23rd March 2010 The South African Reserve Bank's (Sarb's) March Quarterly Bulletin shows that South Africa's economy is recovering, Investec Asset Management said... 

Zuma’s legal fees cost country R5m last year  

By: Sapa     23rd March 2010 President Jacob Zuma's legal fees came to roughly R5-million in the year before he was elected, his office told Parliament's Standing Committee on... 

SA launches air quality information system

By: Chanel de Bruyn     23rd March 2010 The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), in collaboration with the South African Weather Service (SAWS), on Tuesday launched the first phase... 

Fixing the exchange rate will be hard – Kganyago

By: Loni Prinsloo     23rd March 2010 A fixed exchange rate regime would not be a solution for South Africa, National Treasury director general Letsetja Kganyago said on Tuesday,... 

SA needs independent power producers – Eskom

By: Chanel de Bruyn     23rd March 2010 Independent power producers (IPPs) were "absolutely needed" in South Africa's energy future, Eskom senior manager for regulatory affairs Mohamed... 

Gauteng Premier faces two arrest warrants

By: Sapa     23rd March 2010 Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane has 50 speeding fines and two pending warrants of arrest against her name, The Star newspaper reported on Tuesday. 

Minister calls for separate criminal charges for muti killings

By: Sapa     23rd March 2010 Separate, more serious, charges must be created for people who kill to harvest body-parts for muti, the Minister for Women, Children and Persons... 

‘White boer’ journalists are after me — Malema 

By: Sapa     23rd March 2010 African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema believes that "white boer" journalists are conspiring against him, 702... 

ID conference could bring significant realignment — Zille

By: Sapa     19th March 2010 An Independent Democrats (ID) conference to be held at the weekend could turn out to be a significant event in the realignment of South African... 

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