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Motlanthe acting on unanswered questions  

By: Sapa     3rd March 2010 Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe is clamping down on ministers who fail to answer Parliamentary questions and demanding answers. 

Minister to battle Nersa over municipal power tariffs

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd March 2010 A National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) decision to cap municipalities' surcharges on electricity will "not be taken lying down",... 

Equality Court rules in favour of Mboweni

By: Sapa     3rd March 2010 Former South African Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni's comments directed at businessman Mario Pretorius were not racist or discriminatory, the... 

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Minister ‘consulting’ over single election

By: Sapa     3rd March 2010 Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Sicelo Shiceka will "take further consultations" on the possibility of holding a single... 

Hawks get provincial commissioners

By: Sapa     3rd March 2010 Commissioners have been appointed to head the Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation, known as the Hawks, units in eight provinces, the... 

Stringent conditions placed on SA bail-out beneficiaries

By: Jade Davenport     2nd March 2010 Those financially distressed companies that have received or are seeking State support have to comply with stringent conditions, covering... 

Land reform green paper to be release in May

By: Jade Davenport     2nd March 2010 A green paper detailing government's overhaul of the country's contentious land reform and land tenure policy and legislation was expected to be... 

Malema’s attorney maintains signature is a forgery

By: Sapa     2nd March 2010 Signatures by African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema on a company registration record were forgeries, his attorney... 

Cabinet to consider new growth plan by mid-year

By: Jade Davenport     2nd March 2010 Government's economic sectors and employment cluster, which has been mandated to grow the economy and create jobs, is in the process of developing... 

Zuma’s travails follow him to the UK  

By: Sapa     2nd March 2010 President Jacob Zuma's recent controversies have followed him to the UK with scene setters on his State visit revisiting his polygamy and his court... 

SA to have selected first renewable IPP projects by Q3 - Nersa

By: Terence Creamer     2nd March 2010 By the third quarter of 2010, South Africa would have selected the renewable energy independent power producers (IPPs) to meet the country's target... 

RAF legislation challenged in PTA court  

By: Sapa     2nd March 2010 New Road Accident Fund (RAF) legislation places victims of road accidents at the mercy of the fund, which has required "a deserved reputation of... 

World Cup will help educate youth — Motlanthe

By: Sapa     2nd March 2010 The FIFA World Cup's legacy for South Africa is the education of youth through football, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said in Durban on Monday. 

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