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Madonsela to review SABC court judgment on her powers

Yesterday at 18:46, SAST

The office of the public protector said it will review the court's judgment that decisions taken by her office are not binding.

Cosas allegedly dumps pig's head in Woolworths store

Yesterday at 18:16, SAST

Cosas members allegedly placed a pig's head in the meat section of a Woolworths store in Cape Town, in protest of their trade relations with Israel.

Golding: Accusations of political interference emerge

Yesterday at 16:09, SAST

Suspended head Marcel Golding is expected to hear Monday if his bid to overturn his suspension has been successful.

Motsoeneng: Court orders removal pending a disciplinary hearing

Yesterday at 16:05, SAST

Judge Ashton Schippers said the SABC chairperson would be called to explain if no hearing is instituted against Hlaudi Motsoeneng.

ANC: Allegations of Zuma-Mantashe rift 'malicious'

Yesterday at 15:09, SAST

The ANC said in a statement that the Mail & Guardian's allegations are an attempt to sow division and mistrust within the ANC and its leadership.'s Golding says political pressure pushed him out

Yesterday at 12:41, SAST's Marcel Golding believes his refusal to yield to political pressure in editorial decisions was the reason for his suspension.

Court orders suspension of SABC's Motsoeneng

Yesterday at 12:16, SAST

The Western Cape High Court has ordered the suspension of SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the start of disciplinary proceedings.

Cape herb trade worries ecologists

Yesterday at 10:59, SAST

The wild herb trade is booming, and conservationists are concerned. But one group is trying to knit them together.

Cosatu unable to kiss and make up despite peace deal

Yesterday at 10:11, SAST

Unfazed that it may be booted out, Numsa has vowed to push ahead and form a workers'party.

Ex-president's mysterious exit


South Africa has been left red-faced by the secret departure of Madagascar's exiled leader.

Source: Mail & Guardian Online


'Many exposed' to Mali Ebola girl

Yesterday at 22:41, SAST

Health officials fear many people have been exposed to Mali's first Ebola victim, a girl who showed symptoms while travelling and has since died.

One killed in US school shooting

Yesterday at 21:47, SAST

One person was shot dead and four students wounded by a student who also died at a school in the US state of Washington, police say.

Source: BBC News


Central African Republic: Fear and Loathing in Bangui

Yesterday at 18:35, SAST

[AI London]In Bangui's Nguingo neighbourhood, up the Oubangui river from the city center, people are scared.

Congo-Kinshasa: Military Reshuffle Signals a Political Landscape in Motion

Yesterday at 21:12, SAST

[African Arguments]In September 2014, the Congolese government carried out a reorganization of its armed forces (FARDC). Congo is a huge country covering many local realities, each of which has its own threats, balance of power, conflict potential ...

Source: All Africa


Gambling board spent R4m on trips

Yesterday at 14:32, SAST

The National Gambling Board blew R4.1-million on trips abroad, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said.

Politics linked to eTV boss's suspension

Yesterday at 13:06, SAST

The suspension of HCI chairperson Marcel Golding includes a bad share deal and political interference in eTV.