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NPA’s answering affidavit bolsters DA’s request to reinstate charges against Zuma

Today the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has at last filed its answering affidavit relating to the review of the decision to discontinue the prosecution of over 700 charges of corruption and racketeering levelled against President Jacob Zuma. Our preliminary view is try it that the cialis dosage contents of the NPA’s answering affidavit proffers no substantive reasons for why…

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Ramatlhodi playing politics with struggling mining industry

The announcement by Minister of http://in-debate.com/express-levitra-delivery Mineral Resources, Ngoako Ramatlhodi, that he intends referring the Mining Charter to court for an interpretation will do nothing to cheap levitra help the mining industry recover.   Already reeling from poor trading conditions and legislative uncertainty, the mining industry is seeing declines in both confidence and investment. In the last quarter…

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Human rights violations in EC while politically connected benefit

Note to Editors: These are remarks made today by the DA Parliamentary Leader, Mmusi Maimane MP, following an oversight visit to Amathole District Municipality in the Eastern Cape today. Maimane was joined by DA Eastern Cape Leader, Athol Trollip MPL, DA Shadow Minister of Water and Sanitation, Nosimo Balindlela MP, DA Shadow MEC of Cooperative…

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Suspended senior DTI officials costing taxpayer R2.8 million

In a reply to a DA parliamentary question the Minister of Trade and http://www.rainbowrising.org/viagra-fedex Industry, Rob Davies, revealed that there are currently six senior government officials within Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) who are on http://alcoholforum.org/cialis-for-sale-online suspension with full pay, costing the taxpayer R2.8 million in just one year.   In terms of section 7(2)(c) of the Disciplinary…

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