The ANC is understood to be struggling to keep a united front with the smaller parties it needs to carry the day against the Joburg mayor.
Coach Pote Human can’t wait to see what the Bok prop has bottled up after missing out on World Cup selection.
The judge proved to be a fighter for human rights, who dealt with apartheid with the same vigour he pursued corrupt leaders during democracy.
Department of correctional services spokesperson Singabakho Nxumalo confirmed the axing on Thursday.
Survey data suggest the ANC secretary-general may be the least liked politician, or even person, in SA, but he and his party say this is ‘imaginary’ and led by ‘ulterior motives’.
It’s not clear if AfriForum leaders or others who now use the flag will face a fine or imprisonment.
Cope’s Dennis Bloem warned against pursuing clarity on only Ramaphosa’s campaign donations while others were ignored.
Indications are that Julius Malema’s EFF will not vote, thereby opening a gap for the ANC to vote Mashaba out.
Tracker data showed that Gauteng was the most affected province, followed by KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape.
Ipid has to pay its investigators on the same scale as their counterparts in the SAPS, backdated to April 2012, the Labour Court ruled.
Her spokesperson Oupa Segalwe said Mkhwebane was appealing the recent orders against her because she believed they were granted erroneously.
Cancellation of the contracts, returning of the goods and recovery of the money is the internationally accepted remedy for fraud, activist Terry Crawford-Browne says.
The agreement has the potential to bolster the efforts of the SIU to recover funds lost to the state from corruption or irregular spending.

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