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Duduzane Zuma’s Open Letter To Pravin Gordhan

Dear Pravin Gordhan It gives me no pleasure to write this open letter, but the time for transparency is now. Mr Gordhan, you were Finance Minister of this country for over six of the last eight years, yet take no responsibility for this country’s economic performance in that time. It is always

ANC Wins By-elections In Four Provinces

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The ANC has issued a statement after it won by-elections in four provinces. In its statement the ANC said: "The African National Congress emerged victorious following the results of the by-elections held in four provinces yesterday, 23 August 2017. A total of five municipal wards were contested in the Eastern Cape,

Guptas Sell Tegeta To A Swiss Owner For R2.9 Billion

"The sale will also allow the shareholder the time to focus on clearing its name in the face of unfounded media allegations." News reports have just confirmed that Tegeta Explorations, a company owned by Guptas Oakbay Investments has been sold to a Swiss owner. Times Live and Mail & Guardian reports confirmed

Mduduzi Manana’s Staff Bids Him Farewell After He Resigns

"Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for the love and support during my five year tenure as Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training" The outgoing Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mduduzi Manana has thanked his staff  for the their contribution in making his office effective. Manana resigned following

Vodacom Disappearing Airtime Causes A Stir on Social Media

Vodacom subscribers have taken to social media platforms to express their anger for disappearing airtime on Monday. Vodacom incorrectly deducted data and airtime from some users, a fault the company later recognized and promised to fix.   Vodacom has promised all its subscribers that their data and airtime will be re-imbursed.    

[Watch] Mduduzi Manana Explains His Resignation Was Voluntary

Sunday Times newspaper has claimed that Higher Education Deputy Minister Mduduzi Manana was forced by President Zuma to resign. According to Sunday Times report, an unnamed source told the newspaper that the President told Manana to step down or he will have to fire him. These reports contradict the Presidency's official statement issued

Mduduzi Manana Leads by Example, Resigns From Government

Mduduzi Manana Resigns

The Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training (DHET) has resigned following allegation of assault. Manana appear before Randburg Magistrate Court last week. “President Jacob Zuma has received and accepted the resignation of the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Mr Mduduzi Manana.” “The President has thanked Mr Manana for his

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