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What happens if the vote of no confidence succeeds?

Here's what will happen if the vote of no confidence is passed.

SA’s religious leaders call for country over party

Faith leaders have called on parliamentarians to act with their consciences and not necessarily their party vote.

SA’s efforts in combating human trafficking “scandalous”

The 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report has shown South Africa has made great strides, however CPLO director Fr Peter-John Pearson argues these are not nearly enough in dealing with the great scourge affecting vulnerable people around the world.

SA Home Affairs grants residency to Angolan former refugees

Following years of legal negotiations the Department of Home Affairs has granted rights equivalent to permanent residency to the majority of applications that were submitted on ‘special grounds’ by a group of Angolan former refugees.

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