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Selebi guilty of corruption

By: Sapa     2nd July 2010 Former police chief Jackie Selebi was found guilty of corruption in the High Court in Johannesburg on Friday afternoon. 

E Cape ANCYL to court over disbandment

By: Sapa     2nd July 2010 The African National Congress Youth League's (ANCYL's) Eastern Cape provincial executive committee (PEC) on Thursday filed legal papers against its... 

Cope threatens court action for Lekota

By: Sapa     2nd July 2010 The Congress of the People (Cope) Gauteng is threatening legal action against party president Mosiuoa Lekota over the holding of meetings. 

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Govt will not tolerate xenophobia — Mthethwa

By: Sapa     1st July 2010 Violence for any reason against foreign nationals resident in South Africa will not be tolerated, Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa said on Thursday. 

Judge sums up Selebi case

By: Sapa     1st July 2010 The defence limited their attacks to the credibility of only two main witnesses in former Police Commissioner Jackie Selebi's corruption trial,... 

Polity – News this week

By: Bradley Dubbelman     1st July 2010 A roundup of news this week. 

SA has lowest employment ratio in Africa – report 

By: Loni Prinsloo     1st July 2010 Africa's largest economy, South Africa, is boasting the highest unemployment ratio on the continent, with almost 60% of people being unemployed and... 

South Africa should focus on its role in Ibsa

By: Bradley Dubbelman     1st July 2010 South Africa should focus on its position in the India, Brazil, South Africa (Ibsa) trading bloc, but it was also imperative to strengthen... 

Zuma and Blatter meet in Pretoria

By: Sapa     1st July 2010 The ongoing FIFA World Cup, education, and refereeing were some of the topics THAT President Jacob Zuma and FIFA president Sepp Blatter discussed... 

No supply guarantees should illegal Eskom strike be widely supported

By: Terence Creamer     1st July 2010 State-owned power utility Eskom said that, while it had strike contingencies in place, there was no contingency in place that could guarantee... 

Judgment day for Selebi

By: Sapa     1st July 2010 Judgment in former National Police Commissioner Jackie Selebi corruption's case will be delivered on Thursday in the High Court in Johannesburg. 

NUM ready to defy strike ban, Solidarity rejects new offer, Eskom makes contingency plans 

By: Sapa     30th June 2010 The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) on Wednesday formally notified Eskom of its intention to go on strike next week over wages, a union... 

Public servants strike looms after failed talks

By: Sapa     30th June 2010 Thousands of public servants could strike next week after the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) failed to resolve their wage... 

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