National 22.6.2017 09:42 pm

Parliament to take Mkhwebane’s controversial ‘Absa’ report on review

Earlier this week Absa and the Reserve Bank pronounced they would seek a review of the PP’s report.

Parliament says it will initiate a court application to have Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s controversial report which recommended amendments to the constitution set aside.

Parliament to take Mkhwebane’s controversial ‘Absa’ report on review
Parliament to take Mkhwebane’s controversial ‘Absa’ report on review

Parliament to take Mkhwebane’s controversial ‘Absa’ report on review

Earlier this week Absa and the Reserve Bank pronounced they would seek a review of the PP’s report.

#PanayiotouTrial: State accuses defence of being selective on cell phone evidence
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#PanayiotouTrial: State accuses defence of being selective on cell phone evidence

One of the accused is linked to the crime through cellphone mapping which placed him outside Jayde’s complex in the days before her murder.
KZN Treasury takes reins of health procurement amid oncology crisis
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KZN Treasury takes reins of health procurement amid oncology crisis

KZN premier says he gave serious consideration to the calls to fire provincial health MEC but decided against the idea.
Zuma: I’m not going anywhere, I’m fit and doing ‘it’ very well
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Zuma: I’m not going anywhere, I’m fit and doing ‘it’ very well

The president says he sees no basis for a secret ballot in the vote of no confidence.
Stop lying about me, Zuma tells Maimane
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Stop lying about me, Zuma tells Maimane

He said government was still committed to its pursuit of adding 9,600 megawatt of power the electricity network using nuclear power.
Maimane: Duduzane is the only young person to benefit from government
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Maimane: Duduzane is the only young person to benefit from government

Zuma told parliament there was no law preventing his son from going into business.
6.8-magnitude quake hits Guatemala, second in eight days
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6.8-magnitude quake hits Guatemala, second in eight days

Guatemala is in a risk zone for tremors, located where the Caribbean Cocos tectonic plates converge with North America’s tectonic plates.
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Police warn public on online dating crimes
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Police warn public on online dating crimes

Criminals are using social media to solicit money from unsuspecting victims.
Police monitor tense situation in Witbank CBD
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Police monitor tense situation in Witbank CBD

A shop was damaged and looted, and people were assaulted.
Macron faces EU summit pushback on Chinese investments
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Macron faces EU summit pushback on Chinese investments

European leaders will discuss the thorny topic of international trade on the second day of an EU summit on Friday.
Watch this space, says Vodacom on #SocialMediaBlackout campaign
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Watch this space, says Vodacom on #SocialMediaBlackout campaign

For now, people can use Facebook for free, as Vodacom is apparently working on ‘changing the social media game’.

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