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29 July 2014
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    29 July 2014
    Gwede Mantashe says Malema's movement uses uniform to mobilise in the same way that Hitler used brown shirts in 1930s Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MPL says parliament must take a stand against President Jacob Zuma's innumerable delays Read more »
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    28 July 2014
    Eddie Cross says the country has almost become a case study on how to squander its potential Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    The front page and lead story of SA's largest daily newspaper, July 29 2014 Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MP welcomes health minister's decision to revisit sections 36 to 40 of the National Health Act of 2003 Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    And four other of the top stories on the website last week, including... Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MP says this includes 5 staff and 18 contractors, according to parastatal Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MP calls for Parliamentary Ethics Committee to investigate claims aired in City Press Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Party calls for a review of the Employment Tax Incentive scheme with immediate effect Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MPL notes that it was always clearly irregular that a 3P employee was the acting CFO for an extended period of time Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Office of the Chief Whip says parliament will derive no benefit from a rushed or incomplete response Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA NWest leader says Neo Moepi reportedly physically threatened investigators and kicked them off farm Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Federation urges proper enforcement of proposed measures, in order to turn tide on huge problem highlighted by allegations against Brian Hlongwa Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Federation salutes union's members for their commitment to struggle for decent wage Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Federation says these exploiting human traffickers receiving lion's share of government tax rebates under Employment Tax Incentive Act Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Annette Lovemore says delays mean many teachers remain booked off on full pay while vacated positions can't be filled Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MP notes that only 43% of the cases reported to SAPS make it to court often due to problems in evidence, and poor handling of crime scene Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Party commends appointment of Tera Mtembu as team's first black captain, says SA's sporting landscape still skewed and unequal Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    DA MP says that, according to latest QLFS, unemployment rate at 25,5% on narrow definition, 35.6% on broad definition Read more »
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    29 July 2014
    Phumla Williams outlines achievements of intervention, says disciplinary and criminal cases still need to be concluded Read more »
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