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Ramaphosa publicly calls Zuma’s Cabinet move ‘unacceptable’

JOHANNESBURG – Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday expressed his dissatisfaction with the sacking of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, adding that President Jacob Zuma presented the top African National Congress (ANC) leadership with a “ready made” list of the new Cabinet without consultation. Ramaphosa said many in the ANC were also unhappy with the removal […]

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Ramaphosa says South Africans should live by Kathrada’s example

CAPE TOWN – Warm, courageous, compassionate and resolute – these were the words South Africa Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is also the founding chairman of the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation, used to describe the anti-apartheid stalwart following his death on Tuesday. “He will be remembered as an unassuming freedom fighter, whose wisdom, tolerance, humility, steadfastness […]

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Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training ‘happy’ with varsity fees briefing

JOHANNESBURG, March 23  – The Chairperson of Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training, Connie September, on Thursday said she was “happy” with the briefing on the Department’s plans regarding post-school education. The Committee attended a day-long workshop in Johannesburg on Wednesday, where it received briefing on the National Plan on Post-School Education, the […]

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Lesotho cancels multi-billion rand Bidvest contract

Staff Reporter Following an exposé by Weekly Xposé earlier this month of a multi-billion rand vehicle fleet management contract that was allegedly irregularly awarded last year to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa-linked company, Bidvest Limited, the Lesotho government has cancelled the controversial deal. Ramaphosa was accused of abusing his position as Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator to Lesotho […]

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Save SA funders exposed

Weekly Xposé Team Save South Africa is believed to be working alongside powerful anti-Zuma business lobby and civil groups, to destabilise President Jacob  Zuma and build support for his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa ahead of the ANC’s elective conference in December.  Martin Kingston, of global financial powerhouse Rothschild, is believed to be a chief funder of, and […]