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Ngcuka spy allegations to be investigated

12th September 2003 Justice Minister Penuell Maduna says he will convene the Ministerial Co-ordinating Committee to investigate allegations that National Director of... 

WTO ministers still seek breakthrough at talks

12th September 2003 WTO ministers yesterday got down to the nitty-gritty in a bid to break a deadlock blocking progress toward a new global trade pact amid few signs... 

End agricultural subsidies-Didiza

12th September 2003 South Africa supported the phasing out and elimination of agricultural subsidies, said Agriculture Minister Thoko Didiza yesterday. 

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SA tries to broker compromise resolution on Iran

11th September 2003 South Africa proposed a compromise resolution at a UN meeting on Iran here yesterday that urges Tehran to correct breaches of its nuclear... 

Mbeki to visit Kenya for talks in November

11th September 2003 South African President Thabo Mbeki will visit Kenya in November to inaugurate a two-day investment conference to be held in the country, Kenya's... 

Zuma again rejects calls to step down

11th September 2003 Deputy President Jacob Zuma faced yet another barrage of questions yesterday on the corruption allegations against him - this time in the National... 

Interest rate cut is welcomed

11th September 2003 A one percentage point interest rate cut was widely welcomed yesterday as a boost for the economy, with some thought spared for pensioners and... 

Minister appoints independent assessor for troubled UDW

11th September 2003 Education Minister Kader Asmal has announced the appointment of an Independent Assessor for the troubled University of Durban-Westville (UDW). 

Zuma will not step down

10th September 2003 Deputy President Jacob Zuma appeared in a upbeat mood yesterday when he faced questions by MPs in the National Council of Provinces, saying there... 

Parliament signs R13,7m grant agreement

10th September 2003 Parliament has signed a grant agreement of R13,7-million – to build support to members in performing their duties - with the African Capacity... 

Warring perception of Iraq progress at US debate

10th September 2003 As US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld zoomed around Iraq by helicopter last week, he saw "breathtaking" progress where others have seen a barely... 

New property bill expected to aid conservation

10th September 2003 Government is hoping the introduction of a "tax break" into draft property rating legislation will increase the area of land under conservation in... 

Zanu-PF officials surrender excess farmland

9th September 2003 Some 30 000 ha of farmland have been recovered from Zimbabwe ruling party officials who had acquired more than one farm under the government's land... 

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