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Maile suspends 'constitutional delinquent' Tshwane speaker Mathebe

Maile suspends 'constitutional delinquent' Tshwane speaker Mathebe

Gauteng Cogta MEC Lebogang Maile explains his decision to suspend Mathebe and former Johannesburg speaker Vasco da Gama.

Western Cape top judge accuses her boss John Hlope of assault, misconduct

Western Cape top judge accuses her boss John Hlope of assault, misconduct

EWN reporter Jason Felix gives insight on what this public spat between the two officials is all about.

Nurses union hits out at government for Tembisa babies' deaths

Nurses union hits out at government for Tembisa babies' deaths

Young Nurses Indaba Trade Union president Lerato Madumo-Gova says this is the order of the day for nurses at the neonatal ICU.

Maimane and I work separately but we endorse each other's programmes - Mashaba

Maimane and I work separately but we endorse each other's programmes - Mashaba

Peoples Dialogue founder Herman Mashaba weighs in on his new political venture and why supports Lilly Mine family victims legally.

Nyati Bush and River Break: There were eight facilitators stationed at the river

Nyati Bush and River Break: There were eight facilitators stationed at the river

Legal representative of the lodge Daniel Eloff says the school was advised not to participate in any activities on Wednesday.

Pharmaceutical regulatory body calls for strict codeine prescription

Pharmaceutical regulatory body calls for strict codeine prescription

Independent Community Pharmacy Association CEO Jackie Maymen says codeine is very often abused and people get addicted.

Justice Department hopes SIU pension fund attachment will set precedent

Justice Department hopes SIU pension fund attachment will set precedent

Minister of Justice spokesperson Crispin Phiri explains what they seek to achieve with preservation order against Kgosi Lekabe.

Inquest: Witness says he saw Neil Aggett being interrogated and tortured

Inquest: Witness says he saw Neil Aggett being interrogated and tortured

The anti-apartheid activist died in his cell in 1982 in what was later ruled as suicide.

Unions worried about job cuts amid SAA flight cancellations

Unions worried about job cuts amid SAA flight cancellations

Spokesperson Tlali Tlali and National Transport Movement's Vhukosi Ndatane weigh in on the airline's consolidation process.