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Zimbabweans vote for second day in wards hit by delays

By: Reuters     24th August 2023 Zimbabweans were called back to vote on Thursday in 40 wards affected by delays during Wednesday's election and a prominent human rights lawyer... 

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Police Minister Bheki Cele

Cele says police officers need policies that support them

By: Sane Dhlamini     23rd August 2023 Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Wednesday that police officers need policies that support them rather than policies that discourage them to... 

African National Congress secretary-general Fikile Mbalula

'We need to send food, supplies to Cuba': Fikile Mbalula meets with Cuban president on sidelines of Brics

By: News24Wire      23rd August 2023 African National Congress (ANC) secretary-general Fikile Mbalula says the Brics summit should resolve to expand its membership, and Cuba should be... 


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Pretoria’s ‘get out of jail free’ card

21st July 2023 After months of speculation, a decision has finally been made – Russian President Vladimir Putin won’t attend the August Brics... 

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The disruptive power of words 

21st July 2023 In his speech at the launch of the book ‘Reluctant Prophet: Tributes to Albert Nolan OP’, Fr Peter-John Pearson reflected that, how even in death,... 

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Time to act

21st July 2023 Three recent international publications have underlined just how urgent it is for South Africa to respond to the challenges and opportunities being... 

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Half of all South Africans are overweight or obese. Warning labels on unhealthy foods help change that

20th July 2023 South Africa’s national health department recently invited public comment on regulations for warning labels on food packaging. The regulations... 

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Coalition Governance – Are We Ready?

26th May 2023 Recent experience with coalition governance in some of South Africa’s largest cities has been anything but encouraging. Johannesburg, for example,... 

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Literacy Failure

24th May 2023 The 2021 Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), released last week, found that 81 per cent of South African Grade 4 pupils (10 –... 

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Migrants, Refugees and Displaced Persons

24th May 2023 Over the past few weeks, countries which have the power to influence international narratives, policies and practices around issues relating to... 

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Defining collaborative surveillance

23rd May 2023 The complex challenges highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic and other major health emergencies emphasize the need to rethink our approach to... 

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MaP incompetence leaves Phahameng 15 years without water

MaP incompetence leaves Phahameng 15 years without water

15th September 2023 For 15 years, the community of Ward 28 Mabolela, Phahameng, in the Maluti-a-Phofung Local Municipality (MaP) has endured unimaginable suffering due... 

R301 million spent on upgrading WC schools, so far

15th September 2023 In response to a Democratic Alliance (DA) parliamentary question, it has been revealed that the Department of Infrastructure (DOI) has in the past... 

Statement on the Cabinet Meeting of Wednesday, 13 September 2023.

15th September 2023 A. ISSUES IN THE ENVIRONMENT 1. G20 Summit 1.1. Cabinet congratulated Prime Minister Modi and India for hosting a successful G20 Summit and the... 

DA welcomes progress on the Climate Change Bill

DA welcomes progress on the Climate Change Bill

15th September 2023 The DA welcomes the progress on the processing of the long-awaited Climate Change Bill.  Today the portfolio committee on Forestry, Fisheries and... 

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Press Offices


Tax Court or the High Court? The SCA weighs in

6th July 2023 The SCA recently handed down two judgments dealing with certain procedural aspects of dispute resolutions as provided for in the TAA. The key... 


The Supreme Court of Appeal steps in to protect the rights of dual-citizens

6th July 2023 Many South Africans were unaware that, until 13 June 2023, if they acquired citizenship in another country (other than by birth) they would lose... 


When a séance to raise the dead is permissible… SCA makes finding on nature of discretion exercised when setting aside a winding-up order

6th July 2023 An order setting aside a winding up order is akin to raising the dead –  especially if the winding-up is far into its progression. The further into... 


AI and protection of data in the mining industry

6th July 2023 The mining industry in South Africa has embraced to digital transformation. Machine Learning, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) are being... 

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Nonpayment a major issue in municipalities – Salga president

The contribution of the UDF and People’s Power to South African freedom – Part six

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