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Is a possible Zuma removal the meal ticket for some politicians?

Zuma-must-go: A duly capitalised and targeted economy The South African political landscape remains a volatile and pregnant one. We are a week away from the much-made-of August 8, vote-of-no-confidence. There have been seven before this. This one is slightly different because we see before our own eyes a full-blown and heavily sponsored campaign at hand that seeks to […]

In The News South Africa

Mamoepa knew how to bring clear, simple message to public – Makhura

PRETORIA, July 24 – Gauteng Premier David Makhura on Monday described the late anti-apartheid activist Ronnie Mamoepa, who served as Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesman, as a distinguished civil servant and a model commumicator. “He is particularly remembered for his contribution to communicating a very clear and simple message that resonates with ordinary citizens, about the work […]

In The News South Africa

TAC distances itself from disruption of health minister’s speech

JOHANNESBURG, July 20 – The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has distanced itself from the people who disrupted Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi’s speech on Wednesday during the funeral of HIV and gender activist, Prudence Mabele. A group of about 20 HIV activists twice disrupted Motsoaledi during his speech by breaking into song. They later walked out when deputy […]