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Gordhan, Patel come to terms on Pioneer fine, open door to future earmarks

By: Terence Creamer     1st December 2010 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel have resolved differences over the flow of the R500-million in... 

Zuma reaffirms Africa commitment

By: Sapa     1st December 2010 President Jacob Zuma reaffirmed South Africa's commitment to defeating poverty and underdevelopment on the continent at the Africa-European Union... 

Govt won't partake in media scorecards

By: Sapa     1st December 2010 The government would not partake in performance scorecards published in the media, a spokesperson said on Wednesday. 

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Kekana's golden handshake 'unacceptable'

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 Tshwane's newly appointed mayor will have to answer to Local Government Minister Sicelo Shiceka for the R2,3-million golden handshake given to... 

20% of SA supports both children, parents

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 More than 20% of South Africans fall into the "sandwich generation" where they support both their children and their parents, Old Mutual said on... 

Mthethwa's rental up to date — Ministry

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa on Tuesday rejected media reports that he is in arrears for rent for his official residence. 

Minister calls for public to take part in energy hearings

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 Energy Minister Dipuo Peters has called for the public to take part in hearings into the government's 20 year energy plan. 

Judgment reserved in "shoot the boer" appeal application

By: Sapa     30th November 2010 Judgment was reserved in an application by the African National Congress (ANC) for leave to appeal an order that the lyric "shoot the boer" was... 

Twist in ‘shoot the boer’ appeal 

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 The African National Congress (ANC) and Afriforum's application for leave to appeal an order that singing "shoot the Boer" is incitement to crime... 

Free housing cannot continue forever – Sexwale 

By: Loni Prinsloo     29th November 2010 Free housing in South Africa cannot go on indefinitely, said Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale on Monday. 

Motlanthe concerned about education

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe expressed concern about flaws in the education system on Monday, saying that the government was working on an... 

Afriforum to oppose ANC song appeal

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 AfriForum wants to intervene in the African National Congress’s (ANC's) application for leave to appeal the ban of the words "shoot the boer" in... 

Motlanthe criticises vying for positions

By: Sapa     29th November 2010 African National Congress (ANC) deputy president Kgalema Motlanthe has criticised party members vying for positions within the organisation, saying... 

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