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Ali Baba and the forty spies

South Africa's worst intelligence breach has exposed cover-ups of the theft of military blueprints, attempted secret nuclear deals and the operation of extremist groups in the country...

By Shaun Smillie and Graeme Hosken 25 Feb 2015 12:15

Junior officials blamed for cellphone jamming

Ministers in the Cabinet's security cluster have blamed junior officials for last week's jamming of cellphone signals in the National Assembly, saying the executive was not involved at an operational level as this had been left to officials...

23 Feb 2015 10:23

Parliament was 'under threat'

Government ministers on Thursday claimed there was a major security threat against the country's parliament...

23 Feb 2015 07:52

Jamming not a political decision, says Mahlobo

State Security Minister David Mahlobo says it was not an executive or political decision to use a cellular network jamming device that disrupted the start of SONA last week...

By Wyndham Hartley and Paul Vecchiatto 20 Feb 2015 10:10

Agbiz workshop focuses on new transport legislation

The new regulations pertaining to the National Road Traffic Act, which came into effect on 31 October 2014 and on 31 January 2015 (Regulations 330A to 330D), are not good news for both consignors and consignees...

20 Feb 2015 06:58

MEC condemns burning of schools

Limpopo Education Acting MEC Jerry Ndou has condemned the burning of schools in Malamulele and called on law enforcement agencies to deal with the culprits...

19 Feb 2015 09:37

Man bust for abalone worth R1m

PRETORIA: A man was arrested for possession of perlemoen (abalone) worth about R1m in Somerset West, on Monday, 16 February...

17 Feb 2015 10:30

Threat to gag Sunday Times over hidden Swiss billions

Banking giant HSBC has threatened the Sunday Times for exposing the wealthy South Africans who stashed R23bn in secretive Swiss bank accounts, demanding all this data be 'destroyed'...

By Rob Rose and Tina Weavind 16 Feb 2015 06:26

Road closures ahead of SONA

There will be road closures and parking restrictions in areas surrounding Parliament for today's State of the Nation Address (SONA), Lt Gen Solomon Makgale, said yesterday...

12 Feb 2015 06:52

Campus protest after 66 lecturers dismissed

A large police contingent was deployed to the Eastcape Midlands College (EMC) Charles Goodyear campus yesterday to contain more than 100 angry students, lecturers and union members following management's decision to dismiss 66 lecturers...

10 Feb 2015 13:40

SANDF to investigate reports of recruit abuse

Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has warned that any form of abuse around military bases will not be tolerated...

6 Feb 2015 09:36

Legal Aid Act to come into effect in March

President Jacob Zuma has set 1 March as the date on which the Legal Aid South Africa Act will come into operation, says the Presidency...

6 Feb 2015 08:50

Have your say on SONA

South Africans have been called to have their say on what should be included in President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address (SONA), scheduled for next week...

2 Feb 2015 11:47

Land offensive

Land ownership by foreigners will be prohibited and South Africans will be entitled to own no more than two farms, or an equivalent of 12,000ha...

By Kingdom Mabuza, TJ Strydom and Penwell Dlamini 29 Jan 2015 11:25

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