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Former NCACC chair Kader Asmal dies

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African National Congress veteran Kader Asmal has died. He was 76. He passed away at the Constantiaberg Medi-Clinic in Cape Town yesterday...

Military Ombudsman necessary: Sisulu

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Minister of Defence and Military Veterans Lindiwe Sisulu has introduced the Military Ombudsman Bill to the Portfolio Committee on Defence and...

Second focus group to sit on ‘secrecy Bill’ this week

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A second focus group on the controversial "secrecy Bill" will be held this week to try to sort out differences between the...

Media safeguard inserted in Protection from Harassment Bill

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Members of Parliament have agreed to amend the final draft of a bill to prevent stalking by adding a clause that will...

Zuma “notes” secrecy Bill concerns

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President Jacob Zuma says he has "noted the anxiety brought about by the Protection of Information Bill" now before the National Assembly....

Military Ombudsman Bill tabled

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A Military Ombudsman Bill has been tabled in the National Assembly. The Bill, once enacted, will establish an office of the...

“Secrecy Bill” debate extended

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African National Congress (ANC) MPs on Friday called for an extension of the looming deadline to complete drafting the Protection of Information...

SA secrecy laws could freeze out investors and media

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South Africa's ANC is reviving apartheid-era secrecy laws that could make exposing corruption or dodgy government deals punishable with prison, raising fears...

ANC refuses to budge on anti-media law

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The ruling African National Congress will not compromise on its proposal to make the leaking, possession or publication of classified government information...

MP calls for fair reporting on “Secrecy” Bill

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The media has been called to report fairly on the Protection of Information Amendment Bill, which is currently before an ad-hoc committee...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...