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Ethics committee continues Zuma probe

15th November 2003 Parliament's ethics committee yesterday failed to reach a conclusion on whether Deputy President Jacob Zuma breached the institution's code of... 

Boeremag trial postponed for application on police file

15th November 2003 The Boeremag treason trial was postponed in the Pretoria High Court yesterday for arguments in a defence application for access to a police... 

Minister launches Aids donation drive

15th November 2003 Health Minister Manto Tshabalala-Msimang donated cash and a trolley full of food in Pretoria yesterday to mark the start of a government-initiated... 

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Museveni out to kill rebel leaders, blames donors

15th November 2003 Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni pledged yesterday to kill leaders of the rebel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) and accused donors of hampering his... 

German opposition expels deputy in anti-Semitism row

15th November 2003 Germany's conservative opposition Christian Union alliance voted yesterday to expel a member of parliament from its ranks over an allegedly... 

Defence lawyers want informer’s data

14th November 2003 Defence lawyers in the Boeremag treason trial sought access yesterday to a file containing information collected by a police informer, but the... 

Zim court rules banned media chiefs to stand trial

14th November 2003 Zimbabwe's Daily News braced for another legal tussle with the government as a court yesterday ordered four of the paper's directors to stand trial... 

Unions welcome the MTBPS 2003

14th November 2003 The People's Budget Campaign (comprised the Congress of South African Unions (Cosatu), the South African Council of Churches (SACC) and South... 

New armed group vows to capture Mugabe

14th November 2003 A new group opposed to Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe came out of the shadows yesterday, vowing to wage armed struggle to bring down his... 

Mbeki visits France to increase ties

14th November 2003 President Thabo Mbeki and four Cabinet ministers will leave for France on Monday for a three-day state visit that will include discussions on... 

Alexkor case highlights discriminatory mining laws

By: Claire Tucker     14th November 2003 Mining and minerals legislation formulated by the apartheid government may qualify as ‘racially discriminatory laws or practices’ for... 

Zuma again rules out death penalty

14th November 2003 Deputy President Jacob Zuma yesterday ruled out testing public opinion on the death penalty as part of next year's general elections. 

Manuel announces counter-cyclical Budget revision

13th November 2003 Finance Minister Trevor Manuel yesterday provided the clearest signal yet that government remained committed to a counter-cyclical, growth-oriented... 

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