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Gerrie Nel leaves NPA to join O’Sullivan at Afriforum

JOHANNESBURG – Top prosecutor Gerrie Nel on Tuesday resigned from the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to partner with forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan at Afriforum’s corruption-busting unit. “We can confirm that Mr Nel will join Afriforum and work side by side with Mr O’Sullivan. He has resigned from the NPA… more information about the partnership will […]

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DA won’t tackle land invasions because of EFF relationship, says ANC’s Ramakgopa

PRETORIA – Tshwane Mayor Solly Msimanga was unable to take any decisive action to halt ongoing illegal invaders who were taking up different portions of land across South Africa’s capital city, African National Congress (ANC) Greater Tshwane regional chairperson Kgosientso Ramokgopa said on Tuesday. “We know that for purposes of ensuring that they preserve their […]

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Limpopo farms forced to pay their employees overdue salaries

JOHANNESBURG – At least 114 workers in Limpopo would receive their outstanding salaries after the Department of Labour issued compliance orders to the farm owners, the Congress of SA Trade Unions (Cosatu) said on Monday. “Cosatu welcomes the compliance notice forcing the Ansie Rossouw Investment and Bathlabine Farms in Tzaneen, Limpopo to pay R1,064,472.85 to […]

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Gordhan says political connections the reason Gupta accounts closed

CAPE TOWN – Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has dismissed Oakbay Investments’ claim that banks severed their relationships with the Gupta-owned company because he was plotting against the family as “simply scurrilous” in court documents, and said it was in fact their political connections that prompted the decision. Gordhan, in his replying affidavit to one submitted […]