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President Jacob Zuma said it was wrong and scientifically not true that the gap between the rich and poor had widened since 1994, and that this amounted to an attack on the democratic government.
The Alternative Spaces festival, organised by the Southern African Theatre Initiative (SATI), will launch in June 2010, and bring vibrant community theatre works to Gauteng townships during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
On 20 February 2009, the semi-private Swazi Observer newspaper successfully challenged a High Court ruling which had restrained the newspaper from reporting on a leadership dispute in the Jericho Church, an indigenous Christian denomination.
MBABANE: The privately-owned Times of Swaziland newspaper has opposed a High Court application by the Jericho Church in which the indigenous Christian denomination is seeking to ban the newspaper along with two other media houses from reporting on a split in the church caused by a leadership wrangle.
MBABANE: On 10 February 2009, the Jericho Church, an indigenous Christian denomination, moved an application at the High Court of Swaziland to ban the media from reporting on the split that has rocked the church as a result of a leadership dispute.