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Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has revealed that the majority of deaths stemming from the weekend's unrest in Gauteng were South African citizens.
Minister Patricia de Lille has revealed the government has spent over R14 million renting buildings for the State Capture Inquiry, nearly R1 million a month.
International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor has left South Africans unimpressed after blaming xenophobia on apartheid, more than two decades after it fell.
Derek Hanekom has emerged victorious in his defamation case against former president Jacob Zuma, who had accused the ex-minister of being a 'known enemy agent'.
Police Minister Bheki Cele has arrived in Gauteng, where he says crime and not xenophobia is the real reason behind the unrest plaguing the region.
Mboweni has been criticised for failing to consult with certain ministers on his economic turnaround plan. Meanwhile, Ramaphosa has called for those who have taken issue to come forward with their contributions to the situation.