Business leaders in Durban are crying out for more decisive action to curb the widespread looting and anarchy in KwaZulu-Natal, including an immediate state of emergency.
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Protesters clashed with police in several areas of South Africa and looters ransacked shopping malls on Tuesday as frustrations over poverty and inequality boiled over into the country’s worst unrest in years.
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
Defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula says she will not be drawn into public discussion on Project Flute, the name of a secret contract reportedly involving a defence intelligence satellite. “The minister has refused to be drawn into discussing matters of security of the
There were many unanswered questions about a satellite reportedly commissioned eight years ago under the title “Project Flute”, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. “It is time, after more than eight years and R1bn, for government to provide some straight answers about
Telkom’s share price was trading up by more than 5% in mid-afternoon trade on the JSE on Monday ahead of a cabinet meeting scheduled for Wednesday at which communications minister Dina Pule is expected to set out three strategic options for the fixed-line telecommunications operator. The share