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Jacob Zuma details ‘conspiracy’ against him

15th July 2019 Former President Jacob Zuma on Monday proposed that an elaborate and detailed plan of character assassination against him beginning in 1990 up until his recent resignation as President had been pursued. While giving his long-awaited testimony at the State capture commission of inquiry, Zuma also... 

Mkhwebane not fit for office – BLSA

28th May 2019 Business Leadership South Africa said on Tuesday that it had lost trust in Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane and called for her removal, citing her continued lack of objectivity and "egregious character" as problems. BLSA further accused Mkhwebane of politicking and said her “political... 

Nersa slams Mashaba’s ‘misleading’ statement on municipal tariff increase

15th May 2019 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa on Wednesday hit back against City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba, following his statement that Nersa was rewarding corruption at State-owned power utility Eskom with a municipal tariff increase. The City of Johannesburg issued a statement on... 

CER urges Ramaphosa to appoint environment-focussed Cabinet

14th May 2019 In anticipation of next week’s Cabinet announcement, law clinic the Centre for Environmental Rights has requested that President Cyril Ramaphosa make environmental governance a priority and appoint committed Ministers to lead institutional reform. The CER has written to Ramaphosa with... 

UCT adopts global ethics code, a first in Africa

24th April 2019 To ensure its researchers maintain the highest of ethical standards, the University of Cape Town has become the first African university to adopt the Global Code of Conduct for Research in Resource-Poor Settings. The UCT Senate explained that the adoption of the GCC was an important statement of... 

S Africa’s score unchanged in 2018 corruption survey

29th January 2019 Global coalition against corruption Transparency International on Tuesday released its 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index, and gave South Africa a score of 43 out of 100, unchanged from 2017. The index uses a scale of 0 to 100, with 0 being extremely corrupt, and is regarded as the leading global... 

UCT researchers selected for research hubs to address global challenges

24th January 2019 Funding agency United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) have selected University of Cape Town (UCT) researchers to establish research hubs at UK universities, to tackle some of the development challenges facing the world. The hubs offer five... 

Ramaphosa merges Ministries in Cabinet reshuffle

22nd November 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday in his much anticipated Cabinet reshuffle the merging of the Telecommunications and Postal Services Ministry with the Communications Ministry, under the leadership of Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams. The merger will take place after the 2019... 

Report lays out action plan for sanitation crisis in Limpopo schools

20th November 2018 Public-interest law centre Section27 has released its long-awaited sanitation report, offering an overview of the state of school sanitation in Limpopo and calling on the Limpopo Department of Education (LDE) and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) to address the issue. The report, ‘Towards... 

Quality of life for Africans low in Gauteng – survey

14th November 2018 The African population in Gauteng has a quality of life index score that is below the provincial average and is not catching up with white South Africans, who are seeing larger gains in measured quality of life. This is according to the fifth edition of the Gauteng City Region Observatory (GCRO)... 

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