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Vehicle sales increase by 4.1 per cent

Vehicle sales in South Africa have increased by 4.1 per cent year-on-year, quashing any fears about the industry collapsing in what is a brutal economic climate.

ANC intervention required as WC crime spirals out of control

Western Cape DA leader Bonginkosi Madikizela says that there is a severe personnel shortage to deal with the crime that has ravaged the province.

DA will interdict controversial nuclear deal if it has to

Shadow Minister of Energy Gordon Mackay said he would closely monitor all developments on a proposed nuclear deal, which he calls illegal.

Public Works denies R32-million upgrade to Premier's Mansion

The Department of Public Works in KwaZulu-Natal has denied plans to spend R32-million on an upgrade to the Premier's Mansion in that province.

Maharaj: Zuma needs to own up to mistakes

Mac Maharaj said it was incumbent upon the Head of State to take responsibility for the chaos that unfolded under his administration.

KZN ANC battling a legitimacy crisis

Serious doubts have emerged about the capacity of the African National Congress (ANC) to hold its 54th National Conference this year.

Consumers reassured not to panic over the price of eggs

Consumers should not worry to much about the increase in the price of poultry and related products, as they can be reversed as easily as they were implemented.

Duarte blasts ANC Presidential candidates

Jessie Duarte was critical of the manner in which some of the party's Presidential hopefuls had conducted themselves.

State Capture brings SA economy to its knees

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said state capture and corruption had brought the country to its knees, adding that the situation had never been more urgent.

Sparks fly as DA sells Tshwane mayor's residence

The ANC in Tshwane are unhappy with the DA's decision to put the unused Tshwane mayor's residence up for sale.

McKinsey linked to kick-backs in Transnet deal

McKinsey's attempts to distance itself from links to Gupta businesses suffered a blow after details emerged of it receiving kick-backs in a Transnet deal.
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