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The Zuma faction is still in charge, DA MP Natasha Mazzone told President Cyril Ramaphosa in the debate on his State of the Nation Address during a joint sitting of the houses of Parliament.

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Pollution on our plate: How waste is ending up in fish caught off the Cape coast

The ocean around Cape Town is so polluted that pharmaceutical and industrial chemical compounds are accumulating in the flesh of fish caught off the coast.

SONA debate: China paves the way for SA, says EFF's Mathevula

There is no better example for South Africa than China, says an EFF member of the National Council Of Provinces during the Parliamentary debate on SONA.

The Proteas should take a leaf out of President Ramaphosa's book

The Proteas' apparent lackadaisical approach to the World Cup and Faf du Plessis's view of life carrying on afterwards have been disappointing. They should take a leaf out of President Ramaphosa's book, writes Mandy Wiener.

UJ student gets 15 years for bludgeoning flatmate with hammer, stabbing him

A University of Johannesburg student who killed his flatmate by bludgeoning him with a hammer before stabbing him multiple times was sentenced to 15 years in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.

Ali Bacher: 3 reasons why Proteas' World Cup flopped

Former South African captain and cricket boss Ali Bacher says he was not surprised after the Proteas' Cricket World Cup campaign flopped.

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Venezuela's former spy chief says Maduro could yet fall

Venezuela's former intelligence chief, Cristopher Figuera, is in the United States, "a free man," a senior US official confirmed Tuesday, holding him out as an example for others prepared to turn against President Nicolas Maduro.

Egypt raids businesses over funding plot

Egyptian authorities have raided 19 businesses allegedly tied to the Muslim Brotherhood and accused of funding a plot to overthrow the state, the interior ministry has announced.

"The woman who destroyed what was left of the South African Broadcasting Corporation [SABC] will be rewarded with a chairperson's seat."