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British politician Lord Peter Hain has accused law firm Hogan Lovells of producing a “whitewash” report clearing Jonas Makwakwa.
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Breakfast show host Bongani Bingwa says former health MEC Qedani Mahalangu must honestly account for the Life Esidimeni tragedy.
Metrorail senior management and the union representing staff agreed to resume services but ongoing vandalism stalls process.
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MEC Panyaza Lesufi says more than 2,000 pupils who had not been registered have been placed over the past few days.
Barney Selebano resigned on Tuesday as head of the provincial health department after apologising late last year for his role in the illegal transfer of psychiatric patients.
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