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Avoid crisis interventions that undercuts poor-country industrialisation – Davies

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th December 2009 World governments should avoid the risk of unfairly placing the burden of the economic downturn on the poor and vulnerable, who did nothing to... 

Cele tells police to use deadly force

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 National Police Commissioner Bheki Cele has again told members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) to "use deadly force" against criminals.  

Promote FET colleges — Nzimande

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande on Monday called on the South African Students' Congress (Sasco) to help his department promote Further... 

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SA’s R&D spend as percentage of GDP slowed – Pandor

By: Chanel de Bruyn     7th December 2009 Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor on Monday expressed concern about a decline in the percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) spent... 

Simelane appointment is aberration — Tutu

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu on Monday called on President Jacob Zuma to reverse the appointment of national prosecutions boss Menzi Simelane,... 

Ginwala seeks to clarify criticism

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 Former Parliamentary speaker Frene Ginwala did not only criticise President Jacob Zuma in an interview with a Sunday Times journalist, but also had... 

ANC veterans happy to belong

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 The African National Congress' Veterans League (ANCVL) expressed gratitude on Sunday at being fully integrated within the movement.  

Zille meeting disrupted by rowdy crowd

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 Police fired rubber bullets to disperse a rowdy crowd who tried to prevent Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille from addressing residents at... 

Ginwala’s “blinding pettiness… astounding” — ANC chief whip

By: Sapa     7th December 2009 Frene Ginwala's comments on salary hikes for government officials display "astounding" and "blinding pettiness", the office of the African National... 

Climate talks to get under way in Copenhagen next week 

By: Christy van der Merwe     4th December 2009 Two weeks of intense negotiation will begin in Copenhagen on Monday, as governments seek to thrash out the details and come to agreement on an... 

Zuma’s residence in the spotlight

By: Sapa     4th December 2009 President Jacob Zuma is expanding his Nkandla residence at a cost of R65-million, although the presidency has denied the part of the Mail &... 

Tsvangirai asks countrymen to come home

By: Sapa     4th December 2009 Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai wants his countrymen to return home to take part in the reconstruction of the country. 

Presidency exposes M&G exposé

By: Sapa     4th December 2009 The Mail & Guardian newspaper has criticised the presidency for releasing a statement on an exclusive story set to appear on its front page on... 

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