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3 hrs ago | Reuters
South Africa's Sibanye Gold remains on the hunt for a platinum asset and has Anglo American Platinum's mines in its sights, ready to make a move if the owner decides on either a straight sale or a separate listing for the assets.
7 hrs ago | The Economist
A WHITE woman in the fluorescent-yellow jacket of a freelance parking attendant steps into the road, gesticulating at an empty bay outside a restaurant in Johannesburg's rich northern suburbs, as black drivers in luxurious German cars swish past, their darkened windows sealed against the chill evening air.
10 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
The African National Congress on Thursday welcomed the Special Investigating Unit's probe into a number of institutions for maladministration and corruption.
The African National Congress has welcomed the progress of financial management by municipalities, as announced in the release of the 2012/13 municipal audit outcomes in Pretoria on Wednesday.
Throughout his career as a politician the honorable former president always stressed and practiced the principle that leaders must dedicate themselves to serving the people.
South Africa's ruling African National Congress would like a local company to buy mines being sold by Anglo American Platinum but it will not try and influence the deal, the party said on Tuesday.
Publishing a cartoon depicting the Muslim Prophet Mohammed by the Mail & Guardian was a bad editorial decision, although the courts allowed it, former editor of the newspaper Nic Dawes said at the weekend.
The ANC in Tshwane condemned the storming of its office in Pretoria on Monday by a group it says claims to represent unhappy members.
Open Letter from the ANC to the Communist Party of Cuba Voice of America is reporting that South Africa has launched a campaign against US sanctions on Cuba.
Silver Spring-MD. Though it doesn't happen often, it's not so rare that the action of one individual changes the course of history.
Parliament on Friday passed the Appropriation Bill and the budgets for 38 government departments amid protest from opposition parties that accumulated borrowing, set to reach R2 trillion in three years, would saddle future generations with an unfair debt burden.
Msomi said the march had exacerbated the Friday afternoon rush hour traffic out of the city, but he expected bottlenecks to clear in the early evening.
In a barren political environment, the Economic Freedom Fighters has understood the power of symbolism, using dress to dramatise their entry into parliament.
South Africa's chief rabbi is accused of having dual loyalties, members of ruling party ANC post blatantly anti-Semitic material online with little rebuke, a Pretoria politician calls on government to "buy a ticket for the ambassador of Israel, take him to the airport and send him back home," and Twitter is on fire with language that would have ... (more)
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 01:11 pm
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