Cape Town school promotes reading
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Cape Town school promotes reading

A Cape Town school principal is looking to get into his pupils’ good books, by…

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SAHRC takes Julius Malema to court
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SAHRC takes Julius Malema to court

The South African Human Rights Commission is taking EFF leader Julius Malema to the Equality…

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No prosecutions 5 years after Life Esidimeni
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No prosecutions 5 years after Life Esidimeni

Five years after the Life Esidimeni tragedy, the National Prosecuting Authority is now set to…

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The significance of commissions of inquiry
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The significance of commissions of inquiry

University of Cape Town’s Associate professor in Law, Dr Cathleen Powell answers question on the…

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Public Protector hits back at detractors
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Public Protector hits back at detractors

She says judicial reviews of her reports are being weaponised to measure her competence. Courtesy…

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The nugent of inquiry
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The nugent of inquiry

Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance, has heard from SARS on its progress in implementing the…

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Buthelezi on his legacy
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Buthelezi on his legacy

Former leader of Inkatha Freedom Party Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi has taken exception to those comments.…

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Crime intelligence’s piggy bank
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Crime intelligence’s piggy bank

A secret crime intelligence fund bought private cars and flights for senior officials, and the…

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A lifetime of guilt
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A lifetime of guilt

The ashamed admission of the mother who fed her four children rat poison. Zinhle Maditla…

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The war against plastics
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The war against plastics

The local plastics industry is cleaning up the environment and removing plastic litter from rivers,…

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