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Ramaphosa: A new Sars commissioner to be appointed soon

Ramaphosa acted “rationally, lawfully and fairly” in his decision to fire Moyane, it was intended to restore stability in the revenue authority

Turning bombs into bracelets

‘Why not take a weapon of destruction and turn it into a symbol of love’

Blaze ravages NC farms

“After assessing the extent of damage we will also have a clear picture on how we can ease the burden of those affected.”

Cope lays charges against Mngxitama

Hate speech and incitement to violence were specifically excluded from the protection of free speech, as enshrined in the Constitution.

Dept appoints 59 health workers

"Of the 3 300 nurses, the department employs 2 700 nurses while the others are in the employ of the private sector.”

Expropriation has muddled the land reform field; don’t expect to win

It is important to consider that land expropriation without compensation is one aspect of the land reform programme

Joy after child killer, rapist gets double life

“The nature, brutality and callousness of the crime shows the accused has no regard for other people”

NC govt ‘staying connected’

“This is government’s way of staying connected to its citizens, being accountable and ensuring that no community is left behind as we foster a cohesive society.”

Hundreds still waiting on school admission appeals

HUNDREDS of parents in Kimberley are still awaiting the outcome of their appeals to the Northern Cape Department of Education on the admission of...

Most complaints about racism – SAHRC

THE SOUTH African Human Rights Commission finalised a total of 114 cases in the Northern Cape during the 2016/17 financial year.This is according to...