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“This thing doesn’t look like Mandela”

  When Mpumalanga premier, Refilwe Mtshweni, unveiled the province’s first Madiba statue, I received a Whatsapp message accompanied by a picture: “This thing doesn’t look like Mandela”, read the message. As an artist myself, I sympathised with the sculptor, because ...

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Legislature’s Mwale joins the “untouchables” league

Mpumalanga provincial legislature secretary is fast becoming one of the province’s untouchables as corruption allegations against him pile up without the prospects of any consequences.  A scathing auditor-general report and corruption cases opened against Mpumalanga legislature Secretary, Linda Mwale and ...

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Dear Mr Mncwango

In 2011, former Mpumalanga premier, David Mabuza, said that Mpumalanga province had partnered with Portugal and that Portugal would “provide assistance with expertise and skills transfer in the establishment of the (Emakhazeni) Sports Academy. QUESTIONS [1] What assistance and expertise ...

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Legislature, PWRT mum over multi-million contract

Both the Mpumalanga provincial legislature and the department of public works, roads and transport have failed to explain how two contracts worth over R15 million for the partitioning of offices and refurbishment of committee rooms in the legislature building were ...

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