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Cabinet Reshuffle: A worried South Africa responds

Photo: The newly installed Minister of Energy David Mahlobo and President Jacob Zuma at the ANC Policy Conference, 5 July 2017, Nasrec.
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Photo: (background) President Jacob Zuma and S’dumo Dlamini (Jordi Matas); (middle) SACP general secretary Blade Nzimande attends Popcru’s national political school in Benoni, 22 August 2013. Photo: Werner Beukes/SAPA

Cabinet Reshuffle 2.0: Blowback from across political landscape, but furious SACP stays put for now

By Marianne Merten
Photo: President Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane Zuma appears at the Randburg Magistrate Court on December 11, 2014 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Gallo Images / Daily Sun / Lucky Maibi)

Gerrie Nel’s bid to prosecute Duduzane Zuma fits the private prosecution bill

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: Stellenbosch University campus. Photo: Stellenbosch University website.

Three universities castigated for announcing increases before release of Fees Commission report


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Photo: People gather to cool off in the public swimming pools in Sea Point on 16 January 2016. Photo: Kim Ludbrook/(EPA)

#CapeWaterGate: The Cape Town swimming pools you can splash around in this summer

By Antoinette Muller
Photo: UK Secretary of State for International Development, Priti Patel, delivers her speech on the third day of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, Britain, 03 October 2017.  Photo: EPA-EFE/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA

Op-Ed: Has the World Bank become irrelevant?

Photo: Classroom in Mali. Photo: Curt Carnemark / World Bank (flickr)

ISS Today: Terrorism puts education on hold in Mali

Photo: Thomas Picauly/(Unsplash).

Letter from Trumpland: An auditorium of tears for an all-American death

By Glen Retief
Photo: Then Higher Education and Training Minister, Blade Nzimande, briefing media on the issues affecting higher education and on a meeting he had with higher education stakeholders, 26 January 2016. (Photo: GCIS)

Newsflash: Cabinet reshuffle announced, move appears to strengthen Zuma's hand

By Marianne Merten

Photo: President Jacob Zuma with Rivonia Trialist Andrew Mlangeni during the 50th anniversary of Liliesleaf Farm gala dinner in Rivonia 11 July 2013. (Photo: GCIS)

Analysis: John Block and Marius Fransman stepped down when charged – why not the same action for President Zuma?

By Marianne Thamm
Photo:  Roland ‘Tiny’ Rowland (Evening Standard)

Declassified: Apartheid Profits – Tiny Rowland, a very British spy?

By Open Secrets
Illustrative Photo: Ciprian Morar/(Unsplash)

#CapeWaterGate: Could towing an iceberg to Cape Town help solve future water problems?

By Rebecca Davis
Photo: An Election Commission worker tears a ballot paper at a voting station during local municipal elections in Meyerton, Midvaal Municipality, south of Johannesburg, South Africa, 03 August 2016. EPA/KEVIN SUTHERLAND

Analysis: Currently undecided voters could decide SA’s future in 2019 and beyond

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: A passenger passing a South African Airways (SAA) plane and the tailfin of another at OR Tambo, Johannesburg’s international airport, South Africa, 05 July 2013. EPA/UDO WEITZ

Op-Ed: Why does the government hold on to SAA?


Photo: A photographic collage was presented at the hearings by Section27  in memory of the mentally ill patients who died in the Esidimeni Life tragedy. The number of patients who died now stands at 141.  Photo: Section27.

Life Esidimeni: Former MEC Qedani Mahlangu needs to be put on the stand to tell us why

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: A man surfs on top of a train in Cape Town. Photo: Ricardo Afrika

GroundUp: Train surfers risk their lives without fear of Metrorail’s security

By GroundUp

AmaBookaBooka: Author’s triumphant return (after being killed) – A podcast

By Amabookabooka
Photo: A commuter rides between carriages close to Nyanga station. Photos by Ashraf Hendricks.

GroundUp: Prasa says it’s on top of security problems

By GroundUp

While you were sleeping: 17 October 2017

By John Stupart
Photo: A general view of barrels of red wine in a cellar at La Motte wine farm in Franschhoek on 25 August 2015. Photo: Nic Bothma/(EPA).

South Africa fails to exploit free trade agreement access to massive EU market

Photo: Striking 10111 call centre workers marched to the Union Buildings, the office of the President. Photo: Ihsaan Haffejee

GroundUp: Police call centre workers march to Union Buildings

By GroundUp
Photo: A group of the 108 migrants rescued by the Libyan Coast Guards rest near their clothes left to dry under the sun after their arrival at a naval base in Tripoli, Libya, 21 December 2015. Photo: EPA/STRINGER

ISS Today: Is business trumping peace efforts in Libya?

Vehicles burn at the scene of a massive explosion in front of Safari Hotel in the capital Mogadishu, Somalia, 14 October 2017. Reports state at least 20 peole have been killed when a truck bomb went off on a busy street in central Mogadishu. There was no immediate claim of responsibility but the country's Islamist militant group al-Shabab often carries out similar attacks in the capital.

While you were sleeping: 16 October 2017

By John Stupart

Evita's Free Speech: Ep.112 – Evita puts her life on the list! (Video)

By Pieter-Dirk Uys

Letter to the Editor: Feinstein’s article besmirches the legacy of Joe Modise

By Daily Maverick
Main photo: Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma at a rally in the Sekhukhune region in Limpopo on Sunday, 15 October. (Photo: Twitter)

ANC Leadership Race: In Limpopo, Dlamini Zuma attacks the demon of tribalism

By Carien du Plessis
Photo: ANC councillor Sindiso Magaqa, 34, was travelling in this car  when he was ambushed in July 2017 (the bullet holes are numbered with green police stickers). Magaqa was an Exco member in the Umzimkhulu municipality in KwaZulu-Natal and former secretary-general of the ANCYL. He survived the attack but died of apparent heart failure in hospital two months later. Photo: Carien Du Plessis.

Salga: Specialised unit recommended to tackle murder and intimidation of councillors


Street Talk: Gangsters of Delft (Video)

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Photo: A file photograph dated 23 May 2006 shows a child receiving a meal at a feeding scheme in Soweto. Photo: Jon Hrusa/(EPA).

Health-E News: Nutrition – a child’s first 1,000 days are what really counts

Photo: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (C)   inspects a guard of honour mounted for him, before he officially opened the Fifth Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe in Harare, Zimbabwe, 12 September 2017. The Fifth Session will be the last before the 2018 elections of which the date is yet to be set.  EPA-EFE/AARON UFUMELI

The SADC Wrap: DRC elections still on hold, Mugabe launches cybersecurity ministry – and ‘vampires’ murdered in Malawi

Photo: Protesters support the global call to action on tuberculosis and HIV/Aids in Cape Town by the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) son 8 November 2007. South Africa was hosting the 38th Union World Conference on tuberculosis and lung health. Photo: Nic Bothma/(EPA).

New tuberculosis drugs are more effective and may be less toxic. Why are they still unavailable?

By Marelise van der Merwe
Photo: Vendors sell their products along the streets of Harare. Photo: Sally Nyakanyanga.

Zimbabwe: On Mugabe’s directive, crackdown on desperate vendors begins

By Sally Nyakanyanga
Photo: ANC’s leaders Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma in Polokwane, 18 Dec 2007. (Photo: Greg Marinovich)

Op-Ed: NPA must act speedily and in the interests of justice to bring finality in Zuma case

By Thabo Mbeki Foundation
Photo: US film producer Harvey Weinstein arrives for the Jury Cinecoles ceremony during the 13th annual Marrakech International Film Festival in Marrakech, Morocco on 6 December 2013. File photo: Guillaume Horcajuelo/(EPA).

Power, money and sex: Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump and All the King’s Men

By J Brooks Spector
Photo: President Jacob Zuma and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa during a Women’s Day celebration held at Harry Gwala Multi-Purpose Centre in Sasolburg, Free State.09/08/2015 Kopano Tlape GCIS

ANC Leadership Race: Court applications as politics by other means

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Antonio Grosz/(Unsplash).

Right of Reply: Gun-free proponents make emotional claims

By Jonathan Wright
Photo:  Kensington High School in Cape Town, September 2014. (Photo: GCIS)

Matric 2017: Umalusi declares all systems ready for final exams

Photo: Tom Anderson (flickr)

ISS Today: Ghana’s bold step away from the ‘war on drugs’

Photo: From left to right: Former Cape Times editor Tony Heard, Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, Philip Kgosana’s sister Louisa Makgopela, Kgosana’s wife Alice, Mayor Patricia de Lille and Kgosana’s son Bani. Photo: Yann Macherez

GroundUp: Philip Kgosana honoured in Cape Town

By GroundUp
Photo: Satellite view of Kropz’s Elandsfontein Phosphate Mine. Photo: DigitalGlobe

GroundUp: Urgent court action to stop mine using West Coast groundwater

By GroundUp
Photo: President Jacob Zuma is seen during a meeting with members of the SA Editors' Forum at the presidential guesthouse in Pretoria on Friday, 20 February 2015. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA

Analysis: State President, Accused No 1, 18 charges, 783 watertight counts

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: South Africa's President Jacob Zuma reacts during a discussion titled 'The Future of Africa's Democracies' at the World Economic Forum on Africa in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 07 May 2010, on the last day of the 3-day meeting. Photo: EPA/DAI KUROKAWA

Newsflash: SCA rules against Zuma and NPA in spy tapes appeal

US President Donald J. Trump (2-L) and First Lady Melania Trump (2-R) welcome Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau (L) and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau (R), at the South Portico of the White House in Washington DC, USA, 11 October 2017.

While you were sleeping: 13 October 2017

By John Stupart
Photo: A file picture dated 04 November 2016 shows South African National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Advocate Shaun Abrahams as he reacts during a briefing to the Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services in parliament, Cape Town, South Africa. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

Zuma Spy Tapes Judgment Day cometh: Will Shaun Abrahams finally honour his oath of office?

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: President Jacob Zuma at South Africa-Zimbabwe Bi-National Commission, 3 October 2017. (GCIS)

Op-Ed: The urgent need to reclaim our country and hammer out a vision together

By Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana

Op-Ed: KPMG – rearranging the deckchairs or stage-managing the facts? An insider’s perspective.

By Mooketsi 'Pop' Motsisi
Photo: Forgive us, Three Tenors.

Op-Ed: Is the alliance with the ANC and SACP the root cause of the problems in Cosatu?

By S Nondwangu, T Mokoena, R Jewison & M Phera
Illustrative photo: Priscilla du Preez/(Unsplash)

Right of Reply: There is no assault on academic excellence – Bozzoli got it wrong

By Daily Maverick
Photo: South African residents of the flooded informal shack settlement of Masiphumelele wait for food aid distribution in Cape Town, South Africa, 15 August 2013. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

The Right to Food: Government asked to hear cries of a hungry country

By Rebecca Davis
Photo: Zweli Mkhize, Cyril Ramaphosa and Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma at the ANC Policy Conference, 5 July 2017, Nasrec. (Ihsaan Haffejee)

ANC Leadership Race: It’s all about the last push to woo branches now

By Carien du Plessis
Wired World

US author George Saunders wins 2017 Man Booker Prize


Duduzane Zuma to be prosecuted by Gerrie Nel

By News24

Aussie Rules blocks transgender player in women's league


Zimbabwe bans fruit, vegetable imports to save scarce forex


Florida declares emergency over white supremacist event


Iraqi forces seize Kirkuk governor's office in push against Kurds


Three killed, 360,000 without power as freak storm hits Ireland


Thousands flee Iraq's Kirkuk: AFP journalist


Israel says strikes Syrian anti-aircraft battery in response to fire


State Capture named SA word of the year

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Timol inquest opens a door, but apartheid victims might find it hard to emulate

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Photo: Blikkiesdorp, also known as ‘Tin Can Town’, near Delft. Archive photo: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: Behind the special needs bus attack

By GroundUp
Photo: Members of Parliament's protection services (PPS) - also known as the “white shirts” or “bouncers”, remove members of the Economic Freedom Fighters during the State Of The Nation Address (SONA) in parliament, on  09 February 2017. Photo: Sumaya Hisham/(EPA).

Parliament: Zelda Holtzman to fight ‘trumped up’ charges that led to her dismissal

By Marianne Merten
Photo: Ahmed Timol

Timol Inquest: He was murdered but culprits are dead, court rules

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: President Jacob Zuma and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa are seen on the main stage at the ANC’s 5th National Policy Conference at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg, 5 July 2017. (Picture: IHSAAN HAFFEJEE)

Analysis: ANC’s ‘tradition’ vs reality of the brave new world

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Treasury’s new acting chief procurement officer Willie Mathebula. Picture: Gaye Davis/EWN

Parliament: Treasury’s chief procurement officer ducks and dives about SAA

By Marianne Merten
Photo: Free at last, Dineo Kgatle walks outside Baviaanspoort prison. Photo: Carolyn Raphaely.

Op-Ed: Justice at last for reformed prisoner whose dream new life was destroyed in a heartbeat

By Carolyn Raphaely
Photo: UJ’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Ihron Rensburg. File photo: University of Johannesburg

Transformation in Academia: UJ makes strides in closing gender gap among academics

Photo: South Africa’s newly appointed chief electoral officer, Sy Mamabolo (Photo: eNCA)

New pick for IEC top spot seen as having the integrity to address SA elections

By Greg Nicolson
Photo of Cape Town by night by Duncan Rawlinson via Flickr.

Analysis: Cape Town’s water plans murky as crisis deepens

By Rebecca Davis
Photo: Children play along the slipway at Gansbaai. Photo: Kimon de Greef

GroundUp: Diving for abalone among the great white sharks

By GroundUp
Photo: Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Paul Mashatile (far left) stands next to Human Settlements Minister Linidiwe Sisulu, Gauteng Premier David Makhura, Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina and other officials for the launch of a mega-project that residents hope will transform Ekurhuleni. Photo: Bheki C. Simelane.

‘Mega’ development project launched to uplift Ekurhuleni

Original photo: Photo: Medupi Power Station near Lephalale in Limpopo as
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Scorpio & amaBhungane: The McKinsey Dossier, Part 4 – Bending over backwards for Trillian

By amaBhungane & Scorpio
Photo: Isabella Dikupe stands in her home which has completely lost its roof after it was blown away by the fierce winds which accompanied the storm which hit the township of Mayibuye near Krugersdorp. Photo: Ihsaan Haffejee

Weather Watch: Heavy rains claim lives and shut roads in KZN as Gauteng cleanup gets under way

Photo: Clem Onojeghuo/(Unsplash)

Social Media: Big Brother, and his brother, are watching you via data mining

By Heidi Swart
Photo: In this file picture students from Wits University stand defiant against police forces during ongoing protests against the cost of higher education in Johannesburg, South Africa, 04 October 2016. Photo: EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

Op-Ed: Student fees crisis in Britain – lessons for South Africa

Photo: South African Public Protector Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane speaks during a stakeholder meeting at the Community Hall in Masiphumelele, Cape Town, South Africa, 05 May 2017. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

Reporter’s Parliamentary Notebook: Factional winds blow around troubled SABC and public protector

By Marianne Merten
Photo: ANC’s top six in Johannesburg, 8 January 2017. (Greg Nicolson)

Analysis: ANC – a party in serious need of an injection of young blood

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Photo: A file picture dated 02 April 2014 shows the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Lesotho, Tom Thabane, arriving at the fourth EU-Africa Summit of Heads of States at the European council headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

SADC delays sending protection force into troubled Lesotho

Photo: Residents of Ocean View burn tyres and blockade the Kommetjie road in protest against the lack of policing in their area in Cape Town,  21 September 2017. Ocean View has been plagued by gang violence. Recently a nine-year-old boy, Aqeel Davids, was killed in suspected gang crossfire. Residents claim the police and the ward councillors responsible for the area not doing enough to combat the problem while innocent residents are being killed. Photo: Nic Bothma/(EPA-EFE)

Op-ed: Did sexual offences, hijackings and murder really increase respectively by 117%, 93% and 9% during 2016/17?

By Chris De Kock
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Editorial: Minister Mbalula’s laughable attempt at defending the indefensible

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Photo: Zweli Mkhize and President Jacob Zuma at the final session of the ANC's National Policy Conference, held at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg. 5 July 2017. Picture: IHSAAN HAFFEJEE

Analysis: Mkhize as Zuma’s candidate? Possible, but not very likely.

By Stephen Grootes
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Gauteng Storm Damage in Photos: Heavy winds and golfball-sized hail wreak havoc

By Ihsaan Haffejee
Photo: Students walk out of the burned and damaged entrance to the Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s (CPUT) Bellville campus after it was torched overnight during student protests, South Africa, 12 October 2016. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

Cape Peninsula University of Technology: Case study of a campus in crisis

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ISS Today: Africa’s future – seven key trends

Photo: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (R) is flanked by his deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa (L) as he reads a copy of the country's 2017 National Budget in the house of parliament, in Harare, Zimbabwe, 08 December 2016. Photo: EPA/AARON UFUMELI

Zimbabwe Cabinet reshuffle – an exercise of power, not a plan to address an ailing economy

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Photo: Exclusive breastfeeding is critical in early childhood development and helps prevention of diseases early and later in life. Feed the Children with its partners under Tiwalere project is promoting exclusive breastfeeding for children between 0-6 months and complementary feeding from 6 months onward. This is a Care Group Volunteer conducting home education visits to a lactating mother in Dowa district, central region of Malawi. Photo: Feed the Children / Wezzie Grace Kenan

GroundUp: Malawian High Court narrows scope of HIV criminalisation laws

By GroundUp
Photo: A train at Cape Town station burns earlier this year. Archive photo: Ashraf Hendricks

GroundUp: Everything is just fine, say Railway Police in response to damning Prasa letter

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Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, 28 (C), who was detained in connection with the death of Kim Jong-Nam, is escorted by Malaysian police officers as she leaves the Malaysia Chemistry Department in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 09 October 2017.

While you were sleeping: 10 October 2017

By John Stupart
Photo: Members of the Defence Force parade at the Parliament precinct for SoNA 2017), with President Jacob Zuma observing the 21 gun salute. 09/02/2017 Kopano Tlape GCIS

Parliament: Protection Services head Zelda Holtzman dismissed

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Analysis: Hoping for a new lease of life, KPMG SA gets a new leadership

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Op-Ed: Betrayal and recovering trust

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Op-Ed: It’s time to acknowledge the impact of capital flight on developing countries

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Op-Ed: Making Africa work – some hints for donors

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Life Esidimeni: Deaths recounted, but will government hold its own accountable?

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Op-Ed: We need answers so that there will never be another Esidimeni tragedy

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ISS Today: What story will South Africa’s latest crime stats tell?

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GroundUp Op-Ed: Police watchdog needs R50-million from the people it watches

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ANC Leadership Race: As Sirleaf bows out in Liberia, could Dlamini Zuma be a true champion of women in the south?

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ANC Leadership Race: With Mpumalanga’s massive growth, it’s now David Mabuza, the decider. Be very afraid.

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Op-Ed: Fifty Years On – Che Guevara through the lens

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Op-Ed: Eskom – a laggard in electricity utility transition

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Op-Ed: New assault on academic excellence – research grants cut amid funding shortage

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Life Esidimeni: Quest for healing and compensation for victims’ families begins

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