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23 May 2017

Eskom's Molefe was on 'unpaid leave' – affidavits

Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe never actually resigned from the company, both he and Public Enterprises Minister Lynn Brown agree in new affidavits. Instead, under a new agreement, he is...

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Minister rejects DA request on Zuma prosecution

The DA’s attempt to get Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha to intervene in its attempt to persuade the NPA to decide whether to prosecute President Jacob Zuma for...

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Punish corrupt politicians harshly – Gordhan

Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has called for harsh punishment for corrupt politicians, similar to the arrest of leaders found involved in graft in Brazil. He also once again warned...

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