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  • What’s in a tie?: Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says people hide their stupidity behind ties. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Leon Sadiki/City Press

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  • Calling it quits: After more than two years of investigating South Africa’s multi-billion rand arms procurements, two more evidence leaders employed by the commission of inquiry have called it quits. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Muntu Vilakazi/City Press

  • Look who’s back: Striker Siphelele Mthembu is set to return to his former club, Kaizer Chiefs. Click on the pic to find out more.

  • 'Cash cow': The SACP has urged that the Marikana Commission of Inquiry be wrapped up without further delay because it is ‘enriching lawyers’. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Leon Sadiki/City Press

  • 'Qualified': Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has been forced to list his academic qualifications after a DA MP claimed he left school in “Standard 9”. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Curt Lottring/Foto24

  • Facing the music: Thirteen officials have been charged in an internal disciplinary hearing for maladministration related to the R246 million upgrades to President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homes. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Khaya Ngwenya/City Press

  • Living in billboards: Building low-cost housing out of billboards and subsidising it with advertising may just be the future. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: DesignDevelop

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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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In politics, symbolism is important. No one should tell you to take off what identifies you because if you take off the overall, you are going to look like the rest of them.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on his party’s dress code