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NPA defends prosecutor reshuffle

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) defended is plans to send senior prosecutors to lower courts, saying on Tuesday that this was part of a... 

Bid to ban struggle song a farce

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 The High Court bid to ban the song with the words "shoot the Boer" was a farce, the African National Congress (ANC) said on Tuesday. 

Students moving into labour market a challenge — Motlanthe

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 The inefficient channelling of young people from basic education to higher education and into the labour market is a major difficulty facing the... 

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Cosatu opposes banning of “kill the boer”  

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Monday opposed the banning of the lyrics "shoot the boer", saying that they were part of the... 

AfriForum seeks interdict against Malema

By: Sapa     30th March 2010 Lawyers for civil rights group AfriForum and trade union TAU-SA will on Thursday apply for an urgent interim interdict to stop African National... 

R240m weather radar network viewed as key climate-adaptation tool

By: Loni Prinsloo     29th March 2010 The South African Weather Service (SAWS) unveiled a new R240-million weather radar network investment programme on Monday, which would be funded by... 

Public Protector to meet Auditor-General over SGL complaint

By: Sapa     29th March 2010 The Public Protector is meeting the Auditor-General regarding a probe into tender procedures at the Limpopo municipality, which awarded a contract... 

Shabangu moves to avoid repeat of iron-ore right controversy

By: Martin Creamer     29th March 2010 South Africa's Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has moved quickly to avoid a repeat of the Sishen iron-ore right controversy. 

Malema to address rallies in Zim — report

By: Sapa     29th March 2010 African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) president Julius Malema is expected in Zimbabwe on Friday, The Herald newspaper reported on Monday. 

Corruption is theft — Nzimande  

By: Sapa     29th March 2010 Corruption is theft from the poor, said South African Communist Party (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande on Monday.  

Cosatu backs artists campaign for World Cup benefits

By: Sapa     29th March 2010 The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) is supportive of the campaign by local artists to benefit from the FIFA World Cup in South... 

ID appeals for racial tolerance

By: Sapa     29th March 2010 The Independent Democrats (ID) have appealed in an open letter to the African National Congress (ANC) to desist from challenging a court finding on... 

ANC uncompromising in support for Parliament accountability

By: Sapa     26th March 2010 The African National Congress (ANC) is "uncompromising" in its support of the executive having to account to Parliament, the office of the party's... 

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