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List of potential liars during SABC inquiry identified

PARLIAMENT, August 21 – A report compiled by Parliament’s Legal Services Unit identifying five people, including Communications Minister Faith Muthambi, who may have misled an inquiry into the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) would be put before MPs on Tuesday to deliberate on a way forward.   On Monday, Parliament’s communication portfolio committee chairman Humphrey […]

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Saftu deliberates on recruitment targets

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Zuma sends condolences to families of crash victims

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Gauteng education department appeals to parents to confirm school places

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White farmers launch ‘international’ legal action against Zimbabwe

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Hanekom faces ANC chop

Why those who threaten a UDF re-launch prove less sincere

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