Speaking in front of loyalists this week at his party headquarters in Harare, the 93-year-old leader tapped into his fondness for parables. “There is no short cut to being the leader of the people,” he said.
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The Johannesburg offices of Nielsen South Africa were broken into on Wednesday evening, with robbers fleeing with a combination of laptops, PCs and hard drives containing sensitive clients information. Nielsen spokesperson Alisa Wingfield confirmed to Business Report that the robbery took place on but denied that sensitive information was was breached only confirming that there was hardware stolen.
Activists demonstrate in London for former health MEC Qedani Mahlangu to appear before the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearings. Johannesburg Former MEC for health Qedani Mahlangu has dismissed reports suggesting that she refused to appear before the Life Esidimeni arbitration hearing.
Freedom of Religion South Africa has filed an application for leave to appeal the recent judgment which declared all physical chastisement of children by their parents – regardless of how light or well-intended – to be illegal in South Africa. The Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg ruled last month that the defence of reasonable chastisement is not in line with the Constitution and no longer applied in our law.
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