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SA will not tolerate violence in the mining industry

  The country‚Äôs law enforcement agencies will no longer tolerate violence, illegal gatherings or the carrying of dangerous weapons, particularly from those in the mining...

ANC: No grounds to review the decision to expel Malema

The ANC's national executive committee (NEC) has found no grounds to review the decision to expel former ANCYL president Julius Malema, the party said...

DA Students Organisation wins landslide victory at NMMU

The Democratic Alliance Students Organisation (DASO) won a landslide victory in the student elections which were held at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University yesterday. "This...

Lamola: SA needs minister of nationalisation

South Africa needs a minister of nationalisation, ANC Youth League deputy president Ronald Lamola said in Durban on Tuesday. Such a minister would have...

Marikana: Victims’ families want assistance to attend hearings

The families of the mineworkers killed in Marikana in August should receive financial assistance from the state to attend the hearings, the Commission of...

Malema’s political history

Former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema joined the ANC at age nine in 1990 and moved through the ranks of the Congress of...

Mixed reaction to Molefe suspension

A tide of questions and comments greeted reports that the SABC had put its head of news and current affairs Phil Molefe on special...

Eastern Cape ANC deny Motherwell arson related to political infighting

The Eastern Cape ANC has denied being behind the forced eviction of Motherwell residents and the torching of shacks. "As the organisation we want to...

Malema will appeal his expulsion

ANC Youth League president Julius Malema will appeal against his expulsion from the ANC, his deputy Ronald Lamola said on Monday. "We will plead with...

Lamola: Give youth an economic role

Young people must be given a platform in the mainstream economy so they can play a meaningful role in society, deputy ANCYL leader Ronald...

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