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Moyane won't fold his hands during Sars' challenges

Yesterday at 12:29, SAST

In an email to Sars employees, Tom Moyane assured the staff that he will keep to his promise of not allowing rogue activities under his watch.


Korkie family to use R1.7m donation for 'fresh start'

Yesterday at 11:47, SAST

Donations that were raised to help rescue Pierre Korkie, killed in a US rescue operation, will now be used to assist his widow and children.


2014: A turbulent year in SA politics

Friday at 10:36, SAST

It's been a stormy year for SA politics. Africa Check looks back at dodgy data, political spin, false claims, bogus qualifications and conspiracies.


Julius Malema: There's no 'me' in revolution

Friday

The EFF elected Juju unopposed as its leader this week. He speaks to Matuma Letsoalo about preventing a "cult of personality" from ruining the party.


Tax boss's actions under scrutiny

Friday

Documents raise major questions about the suspension of two top Sars officials


Siblings coin it from EFF berets and overalls

Friday

Brother and sister Tiisetso and Manthemba Teffo make the bulk of their profit these days embroidering and printing EFF merchandise.


Staff aren't laughing at SABC jokes

Friday

Ellen Tshabalala may have gone on her way, but employees face more pressing problems.


Community klaar with Finnish mine

Friday

A major source of income and jobs is on hold while the company tries to find a solution.


Small enterprises are embracing a new inclusive business model

Friday

Working with small business is good for big business, the economy and job creation.


What's eating Father Christmas?

Friday

Santa's mall stand-ins take on the job because it's good, honest work. But those children can be a real trial.


Source: Mail & Guardian Online
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World

Gunman kills two New York policemen

Today at 00:26, SAST

A gunman shoots dead two police officers sitting inside a patrol car in New York before killing himself, officials say.


US insists North Korea behind hack

Today at 00:47, SAST

The US says North Korea must admit "culpability" for a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures after North Korea suggests a joint inquiry into the attack.


Source: BBC News
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Africa

Central African Republic: Warring Parties Urged to Down Arms

Yesterday at 14:05, SAST

[UN News]The United Nations Security Council has strongly condemned the recent resurgence of violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) and reiterated its appeal to all parties to the conflict to "immediately and permanently" lay down their ...


Burkina Faso: Military Embeds Itself in Transitional Government

Yesterday at 09:23, SAST

[African Arguments]On 19th November, Lt. Col Isaac Zida was named interim prime minister of Burkina Faso, having previously emerged dominant in the military power struggle that followed President Blaise Compaoré's exit at the end of October.


Source: All Africa
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Business

Nene plans to act on SARS tensions

Yesterday at 13:22, SAST

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says he will take action on the situation within the South African Revenue Service by the end of January.


SARS not in crisis - Moyane

Yesterday at 08:17, SAST

South Africa Revenue Service commissioner Tom Moyane has said that the organisation is not in crisis.


Source: iafrica.com
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