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Xolani Mbanjwa

R450 000 for Mandela’s memories

27 July 2014 15:00

Letting go of some of her most prized, intimate memories of her grandfather for an auction was very tough for Ndileka Mandela – but it was for charity and that made things easier, she says.

Patricia de Lille questions Thabo Mbeki’s arms deal denial

24 July 2014 16:15

Cape Town mayor and former Pan Africanist Congress MP Patricia de Lille today questioned why former president Thabo Mbeki told the nation that there was no prima facie evidence in relation to the arms deal.

After audit, Nxesi says: The rot runs deep

20 July 2014 15:00

An empty six-storey office block in Pretoria, a shopping centre in Heidelberg that contains no government agencies, and a strip mall in Lenasia that houses a supermarket, a grocer, and a car sound business.

Thabo Mbeki gets angry at arms deal inquiry

17 July 2014 14:57

Former President Thabo Mbeki has angrily hit out at anti-arms deal crusader Terry Crawford-Browne’s legal representative Paul Hoffman for referring to his former cabinet colleagues as “minions”.

Why SA loves Brics

8 July 2014 16:18

South Africa reaped massive economic benefits from its four-year partnership with Brics member countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has said.

Spooks probe ‘carefully orchestrated’ Tshwane power cuts

2 July 2014 16:04

The State Security Agency has been roped in to investigate the upsurge of power outages in the City of Tshwane as a result of cable theft, which has cost businesses huge amounts of money.

War at the IEC

22 June 2014 15:00

It’s a case of commissioners versus the chief electoral officer as Pansy Tlakula’s fight to keep her job deepens tensions at the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC).

Judge slams Pansy Tlakula for causing ‘plethora of unlawful actions’

18 June 2014 15:15

If details of Independent Electoral Commission chairperson Pansy Tlakula’s misconduct had emerged before she was interviewed for the position, it would likely have affected the decision to appoint her, Electoral Court Judge Lotter Wepener has said.