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Concourt won’t make President pay for pardons application

By: Sapa     16th March 2010 The President does not have to pay for court action lodged against him to say what he planned to do about pardons, the Constitutional Court ruled... 

Zuma would not defy second term nomination

By: Sapa     16th March 2010 President Jacob Zuma said that he would "never defy" his organisation should branches nominate him for a second term as African National Congress... 

Breathalysers won’t affect ANC spokesperson’s case

By: Sapa     16th March 2010 African National Congress (ANC) spokesperson Jackson Mthembu will still be prosecuted for drunken driving despite reports that breathalyser tests... 

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African civil servants failing to deliver paid-for services

By: Chanel de Bruyn     16th March 2010 “Quiet corruption” was pervasive and widespread across Africa, had a disproportionate impact on the poor and would have long-term consequences for... 

Further hate speech complaints against Malema  

By: Sapa     15th March 2010 As the Johannesburg Equality Court on Monday found African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema guilty of hate speech, it... 

Zuma’s presents range from flowers to free rent  

By: Sapa     15th March 2010 President Jacob Zuma's much-awaited declaration of interests lists gifts and sponsorships ranging from a rose bowl from Absa boss Maria Ramos to... 

Power purchase agreements are being prioritised - Deputy Minister

By: Christy van der Merwe     15th March 2010 Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Enoch Godongwana on Monday reaffirmed the South African government's commitment to "put an end to the chapter"... 

Industrial plan to include 'stronger' localisation targets

By: Terence Creamer     15th March 2010 The revamp of South Africa's preferential procurement policy will include stronger localisation targets for State-owned enterprises and government... 

Malema found guilty of hate speech  

By: Sapa     15th March 2010 The Johannesburg Equality Court on Monday found African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema guilty of hate speech and... 

ANC calls halt to public spats

By: Sapa     15th March 2010 Disciplinary action will be taken against any African National Congress (ANC) leaders who engage in public spats, trading insults and personal... 

ANC ‘regrets’ MP’s Scopa comments

By: Sapa     15th March 2010 The African National Congress (ANC) chief whip's office on Sunday said that it "regrets" comments that one of its Members of Parliament (MPs) made... 

Parties vow to oppose land proposals

By: Sapa     15th March 2010 Two political parties and a cultural organisation on Sunday vowed to oppose attempts by the government to change the country's land ownership system. 

SA seeks to make virtue of necessity with green-industries plan

By: Christy van der Merwe     12th March 2010 The South African government has given strong signals that the country's energy intensity is no longer sustain-able and has started to outline its... 

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