Duduzane ZumaDuduzane Zuma, son of former president Jacob Zuma, on Wednesday appeared before the state capture inquiry to raise a grievance regarding the postponement of Mcebisi Jonas’s testimony.

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Malusi GigabaFormer home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba is adamant that his resignation on Tuesday is not an admission of any wrongdoing.

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CyrilPresident Cyril Ramaphosa has today, Tuesday 13 November 2018, received a letter of resignation from the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Malusi Knowledge Nkanyezi Gigaba.

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VBS BankJohannesburg – It is the end of the road for VBS Mutual Bank after the High Court in Pretoria ordered its final liquidation in a court application which lasted less than 10 minutes.

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Julius MalemaPolice have confirmed that Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is receiving VIP police protection.

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Mkhwebane PICThe Public Protector wrote to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan four times before issuing him a subpoena to appear on November 14.

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HoganFormer public enterprises minister tells the Zondo commission of inquiry that ex-president Jacob Zuma instructed her withhold certain SOE matters

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SACPAs pressure mounts on political parties to act against those implicated in the VBS saga, the SACP has suspended its Limpopo Secretary Gilbert Kganyago who invested R60-million in the bank while he was mayor of Capricorn District Municipality. The ANC could take a lesson from its alliance partner.

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EFFThe EFF is not surprised by the desperate attempt to create an impression that Pravin Gordhan has revealed something new in his affidavit to the Judicial Commission of Inquiry on State Capture. If anything, the affidavit exposes Pravin Gordhan as a manipulative person and the affidavit was a pathetic attempt to cover up his lies.

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MakgashuleAce Magashule, secretary-general of the ANC, has called for unity as the ruling party gears up for elections next year.

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