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Tom Moyane. Picture: TREVOR SAMSON

SARS in court battle over ‘rogue unit’ move

9 hour(s) ago

Lawyer says commissioner Tom Moyane had already typed the letter of suspension to deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay ahead of informing him

Transport & Tourism

Motorists to start new year with cheaper petrol

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8 hour(s) ago

The lower fuel price has contributed to bringing inflation down to 5.8% year on year in November from highs of 6.6% in June

Education

Department forced to refund schools

Picture: THINKSTOCK
9 hour(s) ago

High Court in Grahamstown orders the Eastern Cape education department to hire an administrator to ensure it obeys an order to pay more than 90 schools R81m

National

Ebola screenings clog Beitbridge border post

IN THE QUEUE: Lenghty delays are often experienced at Beitbridge border post. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
8 hour(s) ago

Facilities at the post, particularly on the Zimbabwean side, have long been described as grossly inadequate

Education

Freedom of ideas drives talented youth

Picture: THINKSTOCK
8 hour(s) ago

Experts say creative opportunities at work count more than pay

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Bittersweet HIV milestone

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State plays a vital role in monitoring supply and distribution of antiretrovirals, is a reason why threatened closure of TAC is so alarming

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SA's most high-profile court cases in 2014

Murder trial of Oscar Pistorius took centre stage while Shrien Dewani, accused of having his wife murdered, and Senzo Meyiwa, who was accused of killing Orlando Pirates captain Senzo Meyiwa, were both released because of a lack of evidence

Politics

ANC region delays conference again

ANC KwaZulu-Natal secretary Sihle Zikalala. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
8 hour(s) ago

Whoever runs the regions controls who gets the big tenders in the local metro, says analyst

Politics

IPID’s apology over Selebi ‘should also come from Mbeki’

Robert McBride. Picture: THE TIMES
8 hour(s) ago

Forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan’s seven-year investigation of convicted former police chief Jackie Selebi uncovered a trail of corruption, drug dealing and eventually the murder of mining magnate Brett Kebble

Property

Apartment owner inherits debt of previous tenant

Pensioner flat. Picture: SETUMO STONE
8 hour(s) ago

Pensioner is evicted from luxury apartment following a dispute over unpaid levies

Supra Mahumapelo. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/ SIMON MATHEBULA

Probe may shed light on community’s missing millions

In the North West communities have for generations allowed companies to mine platinum on their land — in return they earned royalties. But hundreds of millions of rand have gone missing. Setumo Stone investigates.

National

Three communities make it on their own

Bafokeng mine. Picture: BLOOMBERG/NAASHON ZALK
8 hour(s) ago

The best known D-Account opt out is the Bafokeng nation, whose crowning achievement has been the establishment of a JSE-listed mining firm

Media

SABC chair quits due to ‘family pressure’

Ellen Tshabalala. Picture: ARNOLD PRONTO
15 hour(s) ago

Parliament’s communications portfolio committee found her guilty this month of misrepresenting her academic qualifications and recommended her suspension until her dismissal from the board was deliberated by Parliament when it reconvened

Opinion

Revelations about SARS pose more questions than answers

Tom Moyane. Picture: TREVOR SAMSON

Truth is yet to emerge about the activities of an alleged covert unit as motives behind purge of officials is still unclear

National

Sequel to Mandela’s autobiography to be published in 2015

The late Nelson Mandela and his great-grandson Ziyanda Manaway, reading the official children's version of his best-selling autobiography Long Walk to Freedom. Picture: DEBBIE YAZBEK/NELSON MANDELA FOUNDATION
1 day(s) ago

The Presidential Years, which Nelson Mandela began writing in 1998, will be based on his five years in office

Energy

Eskom sweats to keep lights on

Picture: THINKSTOCK
1 day(s) ago

Two of four generators that stopped working on Tuesday back online, says utility, but risk of rolling blackouts is high if remaining faults are not fixed

Politics

Malema raises stakes against black elite

Julius Malema. Picture:  BALESENG MOSOTHO
1 day(s) ago

In his closing speech at the University of the Free State Julius Malema says it is 'time for action' as the issue of land has troubled SA for too long

Politics

EFF leaders wield heavy hand in internal election

Economic Freedom Fighters. Picture:  BALESENG MOSOTHO
1 day(s) ago

Party elects its command team with a show of hands amid dissension and disarray

Politics

United Front delegates ratify interim leadership body

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils at a media briefing about the ‘Vote No’ campaign at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg on Tuesday. Picture: THE TIMES
3 day(s) ago

Amid disagreements on issues such as the use of the term ‘socialist’, delegates form a 21-person interim leadership body

Politics

POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: EFF milestone, but some unhappy

EFF leader Julius Malema and EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu in the National Assembly on Thursday. Picture: TREVOR SAMSON
3 day(s) ago

But disgruntled members of the EFF in Gauteng have reportedly threatened to disrupt the conference

Science & Environment

Czech police charge 16 for trading in rhino horns

Rhino horn. Picture:  AFP PHOTO / ROBERTO SCHMIDT
8 hour(s) ago

Not rhino trophy-hunting trips for the sport but cold-blooded executions for black market in Vietnam, says inspector

Industrials

Infrastructure plans under threat as financial pressures grow stronger

Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi. Picture: PUXLEY MAKGATHO
8 hour(s) ago

State’s 18 strategic projects are languishing amid poor co-ordination with private sector

Business

Revelations about SARS pose more questions than answers

Tom Moyane. Picture: TREVOR SAMSON
1 day(s) ago

Truth is yet to emerge about the activities of an alleged covert unit as motives behind purge of officials is still unclear

National

Border control may have sparked turmoil at SARS

Ivan Pillay. Picture: GCIS
1 day(s) ago

Lack of adequate border controls encourages many economic crimes, including trade in illicit cigarettes, drugs, rhino horn and ivory smuggling

Labour

State wage talks resume in new year

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene delivers his medium-term budget statement.  Picture: TREVOR SAMSON
1 day(s) ago

Government optimistic despite rejection of offer that would have seen salaries increase strictly in line with inflation over a three-year period

Business

Linking president to SARS upheaval is ‘mischief’, says Maharaj

Jacob Zuma. Picture: REUTERS/SIPHIWE SIBEKO
1 day(s) ago

President Jacob Zuma’s spokesman, Mac Maharaj, criticises Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille’s claim that Zuma is trying to ‘capture’ the SA Revenue Service

Politics

UF to shake up political landscape, says Kasrils

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
2 day(s) ago

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils says United Front represents ‘best principles and values of liberation struggle which ANC has forgotten about’

National

Crying foul over Judge Hlophe

Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe, centre, at a Judicial Service Commission tribunal hearing into his alleged misconduct in Boksburg on Tuesday.  Picture:PUXLEY MAKGATHO
3 day(s) ago

EFF argues that exclusive jurisdiction applies because only the Constitutional Court can ‘decide that Parliament or the president has failed to fulfil a constitutional duty’

Opinion & Analysis

Hubs aim to bring growth to rural enterprise

UNHEARD OF: Bulungula Lodge on the Wild Coast, where the environment and the local community are a central part of the business model. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
3 day(s) ago

Eastern Cape still deals with underdevelopment, poverty and low rural economic activity, writes Mlibo Qoboshiyane

Opinion

EDITORIAL: Numsa’s UF still has long way to go

Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES

Cosatu black sheep Zwelinzima Vavi was conspicuous by his absence and delegates could not even agree whether the United Front should define itself as socialist

Opinion

White myopia fuels silent black anger

Continuing anger in the black community is one of the reasons people are not paying their rates and rents and support radical doctrines, writes Thami Mazwai

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