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Freedom Under Law urges President and DIRCO to rethink SA withdrawal from ICC

Freedom Under Law (FUL) urged President Jacob Zuma and Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) to use the North Gauteng High Court judgment as an opportunity to rethink South Africa's withdrawal from the International Criminal Court.

'Heads to roll over unissued TVET certificates'

The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training has called for disciplinary measures against the officials responsible for delays in issuing certificates to students who have graduated from Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges.

WATCH: Four unusual gifts MPs have received

Chocolates, whiskey,books – even bath salts. Members of Parliament have to disclose their trips, shares and gifts in the annual register of members’ interests. But some gifts have left us rather puzzled.

Court battle over alleged nuke deal resumes

The court battle between social justice organisations and the government over the alleged R1-trillion proposed nuclear deal with Russia - the biggest ever procurement by the government - resumed in Cape Town on Wednesday.

'Cut in government spending would have been better than these tax hikes'

A bloated public service and failed strategy to grow the economy are to blame for South Africans now facing increases in tax.