Browsing: Mmusi Maimane

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Zille keeps job after tweet row

Helen Zille, the former leader of the Democratic Alliance, will remain as premier of the Western Cape province after publicly apologising for tweets that appeared to defend colonialism. Zille’s comments about the allegedly positive

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DA suspends former leader Helen Zille

The Democratic Alliance has suspended Helen Zille, its former leader and premier of the Western Cape province, from all party activities pending the outcome of a formal disciplinary inquiry after she appeared to defend colonialism

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Zuma leaves opposition in catch-22

South African opposition parties trying to get Jacob Zuma to resign are in a conundrum: if they bring down an unpopular president they may lose their best chance to win the next election. “I suspect opposition leaders are eternally

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Zuma has ‘gone rogue’ on land reform

President Jacob Zuma contradicted senior members of the ANC on Friday in calling for the constitution to be changed to ensure greater access to land for the nation’s black majority and indicating that the government may consider

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SA economy needs radical overhaul: Zuma

South Africa’s ruling party pledged to ensure the country’s black majority secures a bigger stake in the economy and do more to create jobs, as it seeks to claw back support lost in the wake of a succession of scandals implicating

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Motsoeneng’s next move should be to jail: DA

The only place left for former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng is jail, said Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane after the party won its application to have his appointment as group executive of corporate affairs

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What’s next for Hlaudi Motsoeneng

A new court-ordered disciplinary committee needs to clear Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s name and a public protector’s report needs to be overturned on review for him to lawfully work at the SABC. The new disciplinary committee will be chaired by

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‘Abused’ Zuma to face parliament grilling

President Jacob Zuma will face a tough grilling during his last question-and-answer session for the year in the national assembly. Zuma will answer questions in parliament on Wednesday, his first appearance since he blasted the

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