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30 April 2016
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Zuma must have his day in court - Maimane
President Jacob Zuma must get what he always wanted, his day in court, Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane said on Friday. The High Court in Pretoria ruled that former National Prosecuting...
Only 14% of South Africans read books - Motshekga
Only 14% of South Africans read books, while only 5% of parents read to their children, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Friday. The figures were a clear indication of a major...
ANC branches join anti-Zuma march in Bloemfontein
Members from several local African National Congress (ANC) branches joined a small group of anti-Zuma marchers in Bloemfontein on Friday. "In 2007, when other ANC comrades said Zuma must be the...
Nhleko to make announcement on Marikana inquiry report
Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko was expected to make an announcement regarding the Farlam Commission of Inquiry's recommendations later on Friday. It would address how police intend implementing...
Cabinet to wait for ANC probe on Guptas
Cabinet expects to get a report on the ANC’s internal investigation into allegations that the Gupta family are influencing government decisions within a fortnight, Minister in the Presidency Jeff...
NPA studying Spy Tapes judgment
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is studying the judgment in the so-called Spy Tapes matter and will decide on a way forward, it said on Friday. "The NPA notes the judgment of the Pretoria...
Cabinet extends contract of finance director general Fuzile
Cabinet has extended the contract of director general of finance Lungisa Fuzile for another five years, Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe said on Friday. The renewal of Fuzile’s contract was...
Spy Tapes judgement solely a judicial review, says ANC
The African National Congress (ANC) on Friday said it “noted” the judgment handed down by a full bench of the North Gauteng High Court in the matter involving the 2009 decision by the National...
Limpopo residents lose demarcation case
The Limpopo High Court on Friday dismissed Vuwani residents’ bid to have their area excluded from a new municipality. Limpopo Judge President Ephraim Makgoba said the Municipal Demarcation Board...
Government interfering in workers’ activities for political gain, says Zimbabwe trade union body
Zimbabwe’s biggest labour umbrella body, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has reacted with suspicion to government’s sudden interest in organising International Workers’ Day...
ACDP welcomes high court’s judgement on ‘Spy Tapes’ saga
The African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) has welcomed the Pretoria High Court judgment in “setting aside the decision not to prosecute President Zuma”. On Friday, the High Court made a...
President Zuma ‘notes’ court ruling that withdrawal of corruption charges against him was irrational
The Office of the President on Friday responded to the Pretoria High Court ruling that the withdrwal of corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma was “irrational” and that it be “set aside”....
Zuma should face criminal charges, court says
The High Court in Pretoria on Friday ruled that President Jacob Zuma should face the criminal charges the National Prosecuting Authority dropped. "Mr Zuma should face the charges as outlined in the...
Rand hits five-month high against dollar after ruling against Zuma
South Africa's rand extended its gains against dollar on Friday to hit a five-month high after a court ruled that a 2009 decision to drop 783 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma was...
South African court calls for review of decision to drop Zuma corruption charges
South Africa's High Court on Friday ruled that a 2009 decision to drop 783 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma should be reviewed, another setback for the scandal-ridden leader, who...
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