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  • Bad debt: The royal who wants to claim most of SA’s eastern seaboard on behalf of his people has lost a R2.3m home and his BMW X5. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Happy days: How the ANC keeps winning elections. Click on the pic to find out. Picture: Lebogang Makwela/City Press

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Any sale is going to result in job losses and this is a punishment for poor workers.
NUM general secretary Frans Baleni on Amplats selling some of its mines