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  • Third degree: SABC board chairperson Ellen Tshabalala is facing a parliamentary inquiry over claims that she lied about her qualifications. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Delwyn Verasamy/Mail & Guardian

  • Back to business: Speaker of the National Assembly Baleka Mbete is back at work after a life-threatening health scare. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Muntu Vilakazi/City Press

  • Time’s up? A newspaper editor takes on a controversial issue – how do we get rid of President Jacob Zuma? – and the ANC responds. Click on the pic for more. Picture: Stef Krüger/Foto24

  • New home: The relocation of patients from the old Natalspruit hospital in Katlehong, east of Johannesburg, to a new one in Vosloorus has begun. About 500 patients have been moved so far. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Christopher Moagi/Daily Sun  

  • I’m not paying: President Jacob Zuma’s architect, Minenhle Makhanya, is fighting back after being sued by the Special Investigating Unit for R155 million. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Furious: KwaZulu-Natal communities have lined up to fight King Goodwill Zwelithini's land claim. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Khaya Ngwenya/City Press

  • Forgive but don't forget: Mondli Makhanya reflects on Pallo Jordan's fall from grace. Click on the pic to read his column. Picture: Ntswe Mokoena/GCIS

  • Ridiculous? The department of state security's secrecy about travel and flowers is "idiotic", says Ronnie Kasrils. Click on the pic to read more.

  • Dark days: Axe hangs over actors in Generations as SABC threatens them with their jobs. Click on the pic to read more about the troubles of Mzansi's top soapie.

  • Newsmaker: Meet the man who says his job is to sell SA to the world. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Nasief Manie/Foto24

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In our society, with all the criticisms, he is some kind of example for where he comes from.
SABC board lawyer Ngwako Maenetje defending Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment as chief operating officer