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President not liable for Nkandla security upgrades: Nhleko

Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has found that President Jacob Zuma is not liable to pay for any of the security features of his private residence in Nkandla.


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Derby-Lewis apology offer declined: Hani widow

Chris Hani's widow Limpho has not taken up an invitation by Clive Derby-Lewis to visit him in hospital.


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SAFA mum on 2010 bribery claims

South African Football Association (SAFA) President, Danny Jordaan, has refused to be drawn into the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) allegations of bribing.


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Cosatu against new e-toll dispensation

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has rejected the latest revised e-toll tariffs.


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White South Africans urged to join military

The South African National Defence Force is calling on white South Africans to join the military.


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FSB warns on fake financial schemes

If a company that's keen to take your hard-earned cash calls itself a legitimate investment firm but turns out not to be properly registered with the authorities, that's cause for serious concern.


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Two South Africans implicated in 2010 FIFA World Cup scandal

At least two South Africans have now been implicated in corruption allegations regarding the 2010 World Cup bidding process.


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Zambia, Malawi to decide the 2015 Cosafa Plate destiny

Zambia and Malawi set up a final date in Friday’s Cosafa Cup 2015 Plate Final when they both claimed victory in their last 4 clashes at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace on Wednesday.


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SAFA mum on 2010 bribery claims

South African Football Association (SAFA) President, Danny Jordaan, has refused to be drawn into the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) allegations of bribing.


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SAFA mum on 2010 bribery claims

South African Football Association (SAFA) President, Danny Jordaan, has refused to be drawn into the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) allegations of bribing.


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Two South Africans implicated in 2010 FIFA World Cup scandal

At least two South Africans have now been implicated in corruption allegations regarding the 2010 World Cup bidding process.


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Two South Africans implicated in 2010 FIFA World Cup scandal

At least two South Africans have now been implicated in corruption allegations regarding the 2010 World Cup bidding process.


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FIFA World Cup reputation tarnished: Sponsors

FIFA's sponsors are carefully watching developments in the corruption investigations.


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Time for Blatter to go: Australian former FIFA official

Australian Les Murray, a former member of FIFA's Ethics Committee, says it is time for Sepp Blatter's long reign as president of soccer's governing body to come to an end.


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