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Withdrawal of funding could lead to another Esidimeni, says Gauteng DA

The welfare of thousands of patients in 160 NGOs was at risk following the Gauteng Health Department’s withdrawal of funds, the DA said.

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Ahmed Timol inquest due to be heard today

The inquest into the death of activist Ahmed Timol 45 years ago opens in the Gauteng High Court Johannesburg today.

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#AhmedTimol inquest gets underway

A witness has revealed that three of the 23 police officers believed to have been involved in the mysterious death of Ahmed Timol are still alive.

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SA Christian activists deported from Israel

The SA Council of Churches condemned Israel's occupation of Palestine, and a number of SA Christians opposed to the occupation have been deported.

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ANC's new land policy proposal 'aimed at getting votes'

'Land distribution without compensation constitutes the most rational and progressive way towards restoring the dignity of the dispossessed'

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Dlamini Zuma calls for new ways of thinking

ANC presidential hopeful, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, expressed support for calls for the “decolonisation” of education.

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Rating agencies ‘gun’ for Zuma

The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal has accused credit rating agencies of waging an economic war against the country and President Jacob Zuma.

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ANC's Xasa slams corrupt leaders, Gupta family

NEC member Fikile Xasa launched a scathing attack on the Gupta family for interfering in SA's affairs, as well as ANC leaders who turned a blind eye.

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'Forces' out to remove Zuma and the ANC, says Zikalala

ANC KZN chairman Sihle Zikalala has lashed out at “forces who share a common short goal which is to remove President Jacob Zuma and ANC”.

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'White monopoly capital' in spotlight at Gauteng ANC's PEC

The African National Congress in Gauteng has banned the use of the words “white monopoly capital”, deemed a populist term to earn political mileage.

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Cosatu denies plans for national shutdown

S'dumo Dlamini has denied reports that Cosatu plans to embark on a national shutdown aimed at compelling President Jacob Zuma to step down.

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Hlaudi's presidential ambitions revealed

On a visit to "prophet" Paseka Mboro's church axed SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng urged people to pray that he one day becomes president of South Africa.

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#GuptaLeaks: EFF threatens action over spying claims

The EFF has threatened to report the Guptas and top government officials to SA's intelligence head over claims the family spied on Julius Malema.

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Ex-UniZulu finance chief tackles minister

Josephine Naicker is taking on Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande over investigative reports on alleged corruption at the institution.

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Zuma: Govt will intensify service delivery in Lusikisiki

President Jacob Zuma paid a "Siyahlola presidential monitoring visit" to Lusikisiki on Saturday, the presidency said in a statement.

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Ministers in firing line

Parliament has become the latest battleground between President Jacob Zuma's supporters and his detractors.

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Mabe wants conduct 'breach' reviewed

ANC MP Pule Mabe isn’t going down without a fight after he was fined 15 days of his salary and reprimanded for flouting the members’ code of conduct.

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