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29
JUL

Gordhan wins bid against Mkhwebane – for now

POLITICAL ANALYST PROFESSOR SIPHO SEEPE
The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ruled that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's remedial action against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan be suspended.

Gordhan applied for an urgent interdict last Tuesday to suspend the remedial action in the South African Revenue Service (Sars) so-called 'rogue unit' report against him, while he seeks a full judicial review.
29
JUL

Call to fix 'flawed' hajj process

A Durban-based advocacy group has called on government to intervene in the management of the current hajj process.

The United Council for South African Hujjaaj (Ucsah) was formed last year to fight for the rights of local Muslim pilgrims.

It started an online petition a month ago to gauge public sentiment regarding how the South African Hajj and Umrah Council (Sahuc) managed hajj and umrah.
20
JUL

President maintains innocence

David Mazolman Skosana - Communication director

The Presidency says it continues to "maintain that there is absolutely no basis on which to ascribe any wrongdoing to the president" in the Bosasa matter.
14
JUL

News Hour With Elphas Nkosi

Moment of truth for Zuma at state capture inquiry
GUEST: POLITICAL ANALYST PROFESSOR SIPHO SEEPE
A review of South Africa’s turbulent political landscape in 2018
GUEST: Prof. Andre Duvenhage

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