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DA to oppose Maguvhe’s SABC interdict

The Democratic Alliance will go to court to oppose the interdict against members of Parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into the SABC board, the party said on Tuesday. The SABC board’s last remaining member, Mbulaheni

SABC board must go, MPs resolve

The SABC board must go, members of parliament resolved on Wednesday. After lengthy deliberations all political parties who are members of the portfolio committee on communications agreed that the remaining board members should

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Malema to graduate with BA degree

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema will graduate from Unisa on Wednesday with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Malema will attend the official graduation ceremony in Pretoria, at the Unisa main campus, on Wednesday evening

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SA’s parliament of paranoia

President Jacob Zuma and national assembly speaker Baleka Mbete knew about the security plan ahead of last week’s infamous state of the nation address (Sona) in parliament. They were briefed about protective measures put in place. These measures saw disguised

Probe ordered in cellphone jamming scandal

The secretary of parliament was asked on Friday to investigate the jamming of cellphones and the faulty microphone during the eighth state-of-the-nation address by President Jacob Zuma, parliament said. “What occurred today should never again be allowed

Hackers walk through ANCYL Web security holes

Hacking into the ANC Youth League’s website is an easy because of its disregard for Web security, a senior IT expert said on Tuesday. The latest hacking attacks on the league’s website occurred on Sunday

ANC Youth League website hacked

The ANC Youth League’s website has fallen prey to hackers. On Wednesdsay afternoon, the site’s homepage featured a post claiming to be from the “{Blah Blah} protest group” stating that the league’s president

Of Twitter, parody and Julius Malema

The ANC Youth League may be serious about its warnings to those who create fake Twitter accounts in the name of its president Julius Malema, but it seems to be the only one taking it seriously.