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26 May 2017

State capture network's silent coup revealed

Days before a crucial meeting of the ANC’s national executive committee, where President Jacob Zuma is again to be asked to resign, a large group of university academics has released...

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Another case lodged against arms deal

Following politically-connected attorney Ajay Sooklal's affidavit in support of a Gauteng High Court application by Corruption Watch and Right2Know to have the findings of the Seriti Commission into the arms...

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Diplomatic storm brews as Zambia bars Maimane

The government is to call in the Zambian High Commissioner to demand an explanation for why his government prevented DA leader Mmusi Maimane from entering Zambia yesterday. ‘We intend calling...

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