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Constitution not a ‘miracle law’

By: Sapa     29th April 2010 The Constitution is not a "miracle law" and should not be used to solve problems that we cannot solve ourselves, Professor Steven Friedman said on... 

Nzimande moots changes to Seta system

By: Sapa     29th April 2010 Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande on Thursday proposed far-reaching changes to the sector education and training authorities... 

Polity – News this Week

By: Bradley Dubbelman     29th April 2010 A roundup of news this week. 

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SACP, Cosatu to form commission

By: Sapa     29th April 2010 The South African Communist Party (SACP) and the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) are to establish a joint commission to decide on... 

No Zim-style land invasions in SA — Zuma

By: Sapa     29th April 2010 There will be no Zimbabwe-style land invasions in South Africa, because "we do things within the law", President Jacob Zuma said at a... 

African Union denies illegal fighting in Somalia

By: Reuters     28th April 2010 The African Union and its backers in the Somalia conflict on Wednesday rejected accusations they flouted the laws of war while trying to quell a... 

Duarte resigns from Presidency

By: Sapa     28th April 2010 Jessie Duarte has resigned as chief operating officer of the Presidency. "She will leave her position at the end of May 2010 to pursue other... 

ANC heavyweight weighs in against mine nationalisation

By: Martin Creamer     28th April 2010 The nationalisation of South Africa's mines "is not supported by strong enough evidence", a senior ANC leader argues in an article that is about to... 

Stalling global recovery is risk for Africa — SARB

By: Sapa     28th April 2010 The main risk facing Africa - including South Africa - remains a stalling of the global economic recovery, the South African Reserve Bank (SARB)... 

Gauteng’s multi-billion rand toll-road income to be ring-fenced, says Sanral 

By: Irma Venter     28th April 2010 The revenue received from the tolling of 185 km of Gauteng freeways will be ring-fenced, says South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral)... 

Apartheid laws still haunt country – Zuma

By: Sapa     28th April 2010 South Africa celebrated 16 years of democracy on Tuesday with President Jacob Zuma offering a stark reminder that the effects of unjust apartheid... 

Mthethwa criticises ‘young cadres’

By: Sapa     27th April 2010 Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has criticised "cadres" who speak out of turn, SABC radio news reported on Wednesday.  

Zille calls on voters to end corruption

By: Sapa     27th April 2010 South African voters have the power to stand up against corrupt government officials who abuse their positions of power, opposition Democratic... 

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