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The ANC's position on foreign-owned security companies puts it on a collision course with global companies that view this as illegal expropriation.

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The SABC has confirmed it will go to the highest court in the land to stop its COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng from being suspended.

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In a frank address to NGC delegates, President Jacob Zuma spoke out against what he called the bulk buying of votes in his party.

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