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Watch: SA government launches anti-racism song

Watch: SA government launches anti-racism song

The Minister of Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, has unveiled a new anti-racism song.

Government - By Staff Writer | 29 June, 2016
How SA municipalities make money

How SA municipalities make money

Municipal income for the financial year ended June 2015 climbed to R309 billion, up from R283,5 billion in 2014, according to new data from StatsSA.

Government - By Staff Writer | 29 June, 2016
‘Feckless’ Zuma is out of his depth

‘Feckless’ Zuma is out of his depth

John Kane-Berman says Jacob Zuma is out of his depth when it comes to trying to curb violence.

Columns, Government - By Staff Writer | 28 June, 2016
The full list of people in line for Madonsela’s job

The full list of people in line for Madonsela’s job

The full list of candidates who have been nominated for the post of Public Protector has been released.

Government - By News24Wire | 28 June, 2016
Scammers try cash in on Zuma’s R7.8 million Nkandla bill

Scammers try cash in on Zuma’s R7.8 million Nkandla bill

The Presidency has warned the public about scams on social media where people are asked to deposit money into bank accounts, in support of President Jacob Zuma.

Government - By Staff Writer | 28 June, 2016
Zuma has 45 days to ‘pay back the money’

Zuma has 45 days to ‘pay back the money’

President Jacob Zuma will have 45 days to pay the R7.8 million he owes for his Nkandla home, once the Constitutional Court approves the National Treasury’s report.

General, Government - By News24Wire | 27 June, 2016
Zuma must pay R7.8 million for Nkandla

Zuma must pay R7.8 million for Nkandla

The South African Treasury says that president Jacob Zuma must pay back R7.8 million of the R246 million upgrades done to his Nkandla homestead.

Government - By Staff Writer | 27 June, 2016
Defence Force chief blows R500,000 on a trip to Cuba with his wife

Defence Force chief blows R500,000 on a trip to Cuba with his wife

The DA has accused the government of wasteful spending after it revealed that chief of the SANDF‚ General Solly Shoke, spent R500,000 on a six-day trip to Cuba earlier this month.

Government - By Staff Writer | 27 June, 2016
SABC CEO quits: “What is happening at the SABC is wrong”

SABC CEO quits: “What is happening at the SABC is wrong”

Acting SABC CEO Jimi Matthews has resigned from the broadcaster, he revealed on Monday.

Government, Media - By Staff Writer | 27 June, 2016
White people don’t own the land – so take it: Malema

White people don’t own the land – so take it: Malema

EFF leader Julius Malema has told supporters that they should occupy land illegally and not apologize, as no white person in the country can claim ownership.

Government - By Staff Writer | 27 June, 2016
This is what South Africa could look like in 2024

This is what South Africa could look like in 2024

Recent political unrest paints an uneasy picture for South Africa’s future, according to a new report by the Institute for Security Studies.

Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 26 June, 2016
You had one job, South Africa, and you blew it

You had one job, South Africa, and you blew it

While talk of a potential ratings downgrade for SA is off the cards until the end of the year, the one thing every ratings agency warned against is already playing out.

Business, Finance, Government - By Quinton Bronkhorst | 26 June, 2016
Zuma’s swipe at Malema

Zuma’s swipe at Malema

President Jacob Zuma on Saturday said the youth should use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to woo young voters to vote for the ANC.

Government - By News24Wire | 26 June, 2016
Tshwane’s R950 million smart meter mess

Tshwane’s R950 million smart meter mess

The City of Tshwane is set to pay R950 million to get out of a contract to supply smart electricity meters, a project that could have cost R11 million a year to self-manage.

Energy, Government - By Staff Writer | 26 June, 2016
Big names lined up to replace Thuli Madonsela: report

Big names lined up to replace Thuli Madonsela: report

A number of high-profile people have been nominated to replace Thuli Madonsela as public protector, the Sunday Times has reported.

Business, Government - By Staff Writer | 26 June, 2016
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