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National Treasury, SA Reserve Bank Rubbishes Tokyo Sexwale’s Claims Of ‘Stolen Billions’

CHARLES MOLELE ANC veteran and businessman Tokyo Sexwale’s claims that billions of rands from the ‘mysterious’ Heritage Fund were stolen are simply not true, and...

Expansion of Durban Port To Cost R100bn, Creating Thousands of Jobs In The Process – Ramaphosa

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA Last week, I visited the Port of Durban to see for myself the work being done to make the port more efficient and...

CEPPWAWU Vows To Oppose Sasol’s Application For A Wage Agreement Exemption In Bid To Save Jobs

THE Chemical, Energy, Paper, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers Union (Ceppwawu), a Cosatu affiliate, says it will oppose an application by Sasol for a...

The Presidency Denies Free State Province School Construction Tender Fraud

The Presidency has issued a statement denying allegations of corruption made against President Cyril Ramaphosa ’s involvement in a “dubious tender”. Reports state that a...

‘Precarious Power’ Tilts Towards Ramaphosa In Battle Inside South Africa’s Governing Party

SUSAN BOOYSEN| IT appears, for the moment, that South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has won a key battle in the war for control of the...

SCA Orders Zuma To Pay Back R15 Million In Legal Fees

THE Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein dismissed Jacob Zuma’s appeal with costs on a punitive scale against a judgment of the Pretoria...

Ramaphosa: South Africa’s Global Business Services Sector Stepped Up During COVID-19 Pandemic

CYRIL RAMAPHOSA| I HAVE often said that our economic recovery plan is not about a return to what was, but about transformation to what is...

COSATU Resolves To Support ANC During Upcoming 2021 Local Government Elections Despite Deepening Tensions

INSIDE POLITICS TEAM| Trade union federation COSATU has resolved to support the ANC during the upcoming Local Government Elections despite tensions over the public sector...

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