Zuma won't be able to assist State Capture Inquiry until March

Former President Jacob Zuma won’t be able to assist the Zondo Commission until March. That’s according to his legal representatives who say Zuma is receiving medical treatment from outside the country. The commission’s legal team has, for now, abandoned their mission to subpoena the former president. But the Commission and Zuma’s lawyers agreed that the arguments be heard at a later stage. The State Capture Inquiry resumed this morning.

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Over 600 Nigerians accept free flights home

Nigeria has not called for its citizens to be repatriated from South Africa. It’s understood 640 Nigerians have accepted free flights home from South Africa on a private Nigerian airline. This after the violent attacks of the past week. They are expected to leave on several flights from tomorrow. Nozintombi Miya reports…

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"A captured judiciary will never be able to use the Constitution as an instrument of transformation"

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has challenged those who say an amicable solution cannot be found on the land question.

Parliament still has to finalise the process that it has embarked on, on the issue of expropriation of land without compensation. On the issue of injustices of the past, the Chief Justice says no one can dispute the negative impact colonialism had on Africans. Mogoeng was delivering the 17th edition of the annual Mandela Lecture in Soweto.

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RWC 2019-Sports has the ability to heal and unite society: Mandela

Nelson Mandela once explained to the world at the Laureus Awards at the turn of the Millenium, that sport is more than just a game.
Our former president told those who were in attendance in Monaco, that one of the sports』 greatest assets, is it’s the ability to heal and unite society.
This is a theme we have maintained throughout the 2019 Rugby World Cup and we carry on reminding you at home, that our differences don’t define us because as a united nation we have toppled an unjust system and won three World Cups.

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Mmusi Maimane addresses the media: 23 October 2019

DA leader Mmusi Maimane is expected to address the media at 3h00 pm at Nkululeko House in Johannesburg. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com and also …