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November 2006

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2006-11-29

Cape Times

Ask Dr Phil

2006-11-29

Business Day

An Open Letter to Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi

2006-11-28

Mail and Guardian

Shaik is Paying Guards in Private Ward

2006-11-28

Independent Online

‘Stressed’ Shaik Gets Private Hospital Place

2006-11-28

Business Day

Shaik Fails to File Concourt Notice

2006-11-28

The Witness

NPA not Aware of Shaik's Appeal

2006-11-28

Mail and Guardian

No Shaik Papers at Concourt (4pm Update)

2006-11-27

Sapa

Shaik in Hospital

2006-11-27

Sapa

Mr Jones, aka Schabir Shaik, in Hospital for Depression

2006-11-27

Cape Argus

Shaik Poised to Challenge His Conviction

2006-11-27

The Star

Gautrain : Who Gets the Gravy

2006-11-26

Sunday Times

The Road to Nowhere Known Hereabouts as Conspiracy Lane

2006-11-26

Sunday Times

2006-11-25

Business Day Weekender

Forgive Zuma?

2006-11-24

Business Day

Guard Against Those Who Would Corrupt Fight Against Corruption

2006-11-24

Business Day

Thint Gets Leave to Appeal over Scorpions Raid

2006-11-24

Cape Times

Misquoting Shaik Trial Judge Not Deliberate - Editors

2006-11-23

Daily News

Is SA’s Media an Elite Mob that Threatens Individual Freedom?

2006-11-23

Business Day

Erring Judges Give Rise to Lack of Confidence

2006-11-22

Cape Argus

Suckers for the Sound Bite

2006-11-22

Mail and Guardian

A Short and Incomplete History of the Phrase "Generally Corrupt"

2006-11-22

Richard Young

Of Mistakes, Olive Branches and Sharpened Sticks

2006-11-22

Business Day

With Freedom Comes Responsibility

2006-11-22

Business Day

Zuma says Media Influenced Appeal Court Ruling

2006-11-22

Mail and Guardian

2006-11-21

The Witness

Myth-Making at Business Day

2006-11-21

ever-fasternews

Squires Misquote ’Regrettable’, says Sanef

2006-11-21

Business Day

ANC's Year of Shame

2006-11-21

Mail and Guardian

Mo Shaik : There is Interest in Schabir's Shares

2006-11-20

Mail and Guardian

2006-11-20

Business Day

Saudis Warn UK Off Arms-Perks Probe

2006-11-20

Business Day

Squires Brings Another ‘Thinking Class’ Trait to Fore : Defensiveness

2006-11-20

Business Day

Zuma Takes SA Editors to Task

2006-11-20

Mail and Guardian

Schabir Is The Fall Guy, But At Least It Was A Court Trial

2006-11-19

Sunday Independent

2006-11-19

Sunday Independent

Shaik Makes a Desperate Final Bid to Clear His Name

2006-11-18

Business Day Weekender

Meet SA’s New Auditor-General

2006-11-18

Business Day Weekender

Jobs from Arms Offsets Fall Short

2006-11-18

Business Day Weekender

Shaik in Bid to Clear his Name

2006-11-18

Mail and Guardian

Leon : ANC Can't do 'What it Wants, When it Likes'

2006-11-17

Mail and Guardian

Zuma's Lawyers Call for Mistrial

2006-11-17

Mail and Guardian

No Special Treatment for ’Distressed’ Shaik

2006-11-17

Business Day

Chief Justice Intervenes in Shaik Uproar

2006-11-17

Business Day

Shaik has Always Been into Liquidity, it Seems

2006-11-17

Business Day

Feeding Frenzy of Zuma Fans Ignores a Far more Damning, Elegant Phrase

2006-11-17

Cape Times

Shaik Stay in Hospital Cell Justified, says Erasmus

2006-11-17

Cape Times

Where the Corruption Lies

2006-11-16

Mail and Guardian

Shaik Also Eats Cooked Cabbage

2006-11-16

Mail and Guardian

Yengeni Didn't Break Parole Rules, says Wife

2006-11-16

Cape Times

Electoral System makes Zuma Shoo-In for Presidency - Holomisa

2006-11-16

Cape Times

Judge Blames Press For Furore over Shaik Case

2006-11-16

Cape Times

Business Day Errs Again on SCA Judgment

2006-11-15

ever-fasternews

The Media Must Own Up To Its Massive Blunder

2006-11-15

Mail and Guardian

Firing Zuma was the Right Thing to Do, says Motlanthe

2006-11-15

Cape Argus

Yengeni and Shaik in Special Hospital Cells 'for Health Reasons'

2006-11-15

Cape Argus

Mabandla Tells Commission to Investigate SCA Misquote

2006-11-15

Business Day

An Apology

2006-11-15

Business Day

2006-11-15

Business Day

Let Zuma Speak for Himself

2006-11-15

Business Day

Phrased Out

2006-11-15

Business Day

Apology Needed

2006-11-15

Business Day

Error of Judgment

2006-11-15

Business Day

Furore in Parliament over Yengeni’s Parole

2006-11-15

Business Day

Squires’ 17-month Silence and Other Generally Odd Anomalies

2006-11-15

Business Day

Things We Should Not Get Used To

2006-11-15

Business Day

The Path to Accountability Is No Secret

2006-11-15

Business Day

VIP Fraudsters get Soft Landings in Jail

2006-11-15

Cape Argus

Time Zuma's Backers Backed Off

2006-11-15

Cape Times

ANC backs Mbeki's Decision to Fire Zuma as Deputy President

2006-11-15

Cape Times

ANC ’Respects’ Decision on Zuma

2006-11-15

Sunday Times

Yengeni's Hayfever Keeps Him in Ward

2006-11-15

The Witness

Mabandla 'Will Not Interfere' following Squires Bombshell

2006-11-15

The Star

Shaik Does not Deserve such a Harsh Sentence

2006-11-14

Cape Argus

Appeal Court Defends Use of Shaik Phrase

2006-11-14

Cape Argus

It's All in the Words as Corrupt Link Lurks Between the Lines

2006-11-14

Cape Argus

Corruption is Bad for Our Democracy

2006-11-14

Cape Argus

Zuma Partisans Seize On SCA Slip-Up

2006-11-14

ever-fasternews

Storm Over Remark Squires Never Made

2006-11-14

Business Day

Statement by Registrar of Supreme Court of Appeal

2006-11-14

Business Day

Yengeni On Carpet for Parole Violations

2006-11-14

Business Day

When Courts Fall Prey to Lie of ‘Common Knowledge’

2006-11-14

Business Day

Shaik Judgment Shake-Up

2006-11-14

The Witness

Yengeni to Face Probe

2006-11-14

The Witness

No Let-Off for Zuma

2006-11-14

The Star

Two Crooks Down ... More To Go

2006-11-14

Cape Times

De-List Corruption as a Crime, and Build Special VIP Prisons

2006-11-14

Cape Times

Balfour Orders Urgent Probe into Yengeni's Conduct

2006-11-14

Cape Times

Apologies, Explanations after Squires's Denial

2006-11-14

Mail and Guardian

Cosatu Calls for Heads of Shaik Appeal Judges

2006-11-13

Business Day

Shaik Judge's Clarification of Ruling has 'No Legal Consequences'

2006-11-13

Cape Times

Judge's Alleged Statement about Shaik, Zuma A 'Technicality'

2006-11-13

Cape Times

Booze and BMWs as Yengeni Parties with Friends on First Weekend Parole

2006-11-13

Cape Times

Yengeni Breaches Parole

2006-11-13

The Witness

Yengeni to Face Disciplinary Hearing

2006-11-13

Mail and Guardian

Heated Debate Rages over Judge's Shaik Denial

2006-11-13

Mail and Guardian

Cosatu : Zuma Should be Deputy President

2006-11-13

Mail and Guardian

Yengeni 'Thinks he is Above the Law'

2006-11-13

Mail and Guardian

'Shaik Judges must Resign'

2006-11-13

Cape Argus

BAE : The Weapons Company with Influential Friends at Highest Level

2006-11-13

The Times

Key to Influence

2006-11-12

Business Day

Prosecutors Mobilise for New Zuma Case

2006-11-12

Sunday Times

Soft Cell, But No Place in the Choir

2006-11-12

Sunday Times

Swagger Nowhere To Be Seen

2006-11-12

Sunday Times

2006-11-12

Sunday Times

He ‘Went Out of His Way to Buy Influence’

2006-11-12

Sunday Times

Taking Stock and a Cup of Tea with Shaik's Judge

2006-11-12

Sunday Independent

Shaik Judgment Reinforces Just Judicial System

2006-11-12

Sunday Independent

Thread of Schabir's Lore Wears Thin

2006-11-12

Sunday Independent

How Yengeni's 4 Years in Jail Became 4 Months

2006-11-12

Sunday Independent

Shaik's Forfeited Fortune Set to be Used against JZ

2006-11-12

Weekend Argus

Yengeni Rek sy Naweek

2006-11-12

Weekend Argus

Zuma Must Have his Day in Court

2006-11-12

Weekend Argus

Why Shaik Still Believes He is Innocent

2006-11-12

Weekend Argus

The Crook, The Court and The Political Ambitions of Jacob Zuma

2006-11-11

Mail and Guardian

Shaik Not Even in a Prison Cell

2006-11-11

The Witness

2006-11-11

The Witness

ANC Front ‘Gets Big State Tenders’

2006-11-11

The Witness

Appeal Court Errs In Shaik Judgment

2006-11-11

Business Day Weekender

2006-11-11

Business Day Weekender

A Few Corrupt Relationships Draw To A Close

2006-11-11

Business Day Weekender

Signs of Things to Come?

2006-11-10

Cape Argus

2006-11-10

The Witness

Shaik’s Brother in Media Scuffle

 2006-11-10

The Witness

Say Sorry to Judge, Zuma Told

 2006-11-10

Cape Times

End of Shaik's High Life

 2006-11-10

The Mercury

Cabinet Defends Judges Against Racial Attacks

 2006-11-10

Business Day

Shaik May Be Moved To Empangeni

 2006-11-10

Business Day

Battle for an ANC Adrift Between Reality and Myth

 2006-11-10

Business Day

Key to Influence

 2006-11-10

Business Day

Shaik se Straf Begin

2006-11-10

Die Burger

What Goes Around ...

2006-11-10

Mail and Guardian

Yengeni Could Be Free In No Time At All

2006-11-10

Mail and Guardian

Mo Shaik Takes Control of Nkobi Group

2006-11-10

Mail and Guardian

A Road Map for the Case against Zuma

2006-11-09

Mail and Guardian

Back Chat

2006-11-09

Daily News

Shaik Disappears Behind Bars

 2006-11-09

Cape Argus

Cabinet Spurs NPA Decision on Zuma

 2006-11-09

Independent Online

Shaik Can Expect Overcrowded Cells: Ex-Prisoner

2006-11-09

Sapa

Shaik at Westville Prison

2006-11-09

Sapa

Shaik Bids Family Farewell

2006-11-09

Sapa

Statement by the Shaik and Vahed Family

2006-11-09

Sapa

Shaiks' Arrogance

2006-11-09

Cape Times

Shaik Goes to Jail

2006-11-09

The Star

Shaik Arrives at Prison in Cop Van

2006-11-09

Independent Online

Waiting for Shaik

2006-11-09

The Witness

Media Lie in Wait for Shaik

2006-11-09

Mail and Guardian

Shaik's Family Declare Media Shutdown

2006-11-08

Mail and Guardian

Shaik : Media Converge on Westville Prison

2006-11-08

Independent Online

Shaik Ruling Leaves Zuma in the Clear - ANCYL

2006-11-08

Independent Online

Shaik/Zuma

2006-11-08

Cape Argus

D-Day for Schabir Shaik Looms

2006-11-08

The Witness

Air Force Faces Crisis

2006-11-08

The Witness

Apologise, Mr Zuma

2006-11-08

Cape Times

Majority of Readers Want Zuma Trial Reopened

2006-11-08

Cape Times

Unclear Whether Shaik will go to Constitutional Court, as Family Shut Media Out

2006-11-08

Cape Times

2006-11-08

The Star

Life Could Be Hard In Prison

2006-11-08

Pretoria News

'Leaders Should Set Better Example'

2006-11-07

Independent Online

Zuma Back in SA

2006-11-07

Independent Online

Pressure Now Shifted to NPA

2006-11-07

Independent Online

The Women Who Helped Sink Schabir

2006-11-07

The Star

Cheating in an Exam was a Sure Sign of Things to Come

2006-11-07

The Star

The Case against Zuma

2006-11-07

Cape Argus

That's OK, I'll Deal with Jail, says Shaik

2006-11-07

Cape Argus

New Calls to Charge Zuma

2006-11-07

Cape Argus

A Line in the Sand

2006-11-07

Business Day

Bad News for Shaik — An Ominous Twist for Zuma

2006-11-07

Business Day

ANC Allies Insist Verdict No Basis to Pursue Zuma

2006-11-07

Business Day

Shaik Ruling Deals Blow To Zuma’s Political Aims

2006-11-07

Business Day

Spotlight Back On Zuma

2006-11-07

Cape Times

Shaik Flies Home to Wife and Baby Son

2006-11-07

Cape Times

'Tensions Will Rise Again'

2006-11-07

Cape Times

Downer Salutes the 'Brave' Women whose Evidence Clinched Courts' Judgments

2006-11-07

Cape Times

Stinging Attack on Corruption as Judges Brush Aside Pleas for Leniency

2006-11-07

Cape Times

Actions and Consequences

2006-11-07

Cape Times

No Five-Star Treatment for Shaik

2006-11-07

Mail and Guardian

Shaik Judgement may Cost Zuma Dearly

2006-11-07

Mail and Guardian

Shaik Heads for Jail

2006-11-06

Cape Argus

Zuma's Turn Next, say Opposition Critics

2006-11-06

Cape Argus

Little Joy for Shaik and Companies in Confiscation Appeal

2006-11-06

Sapa

Shaik Family Drops Criticism of NPA

2006-11-06

Sapa

Verdict Does Not Mean Charge Zuma : Cosatu

2006-11-06

Sapa

Shaik Appeal Dismissed

2006-11-06

Sapa

Shaik Appeal Upheld/Rejected

2006-11-06

Sapa

Schabir Shaik on Monday Morning

2006-11-06

Sapa

Shaik Judgment Devastating : Brother

2006-11-06

Sapa

NPA to Decide Whether to Re-indict Zuma

2006-11-06

Sapa

Zuma Pondering whether to Comment on Shaik Appeal

2006-11-06

Sapa

2006-11-06

Sapa

Bomb Scare After Shaik Ruling

2006-11-06

Independent Online

'A Whole New Chapter... is About to Start'

2006-11-06

Independent Online

Zuma May be Back in Court after Shaik Ruling

2006-11-06

Independent Online

Shaik, Zuma Deals 'Against the Constitution'

2006-11-06

Independent Online

Court Rejects Shaik's Appeal

2006-11-06

Mail and Guardian

Zuma Waits for Shaik Judgement

2006-11-06

Mail and Guardian

Mo Shaik Takes Control of Nkobi Group

2006-11-06

Mail and Guardian

Attention Shifts from Shaik to Zuma

2006-11-06

Mail and Guardian

Zuma Shaken as Shaik Loses Graft Appeal

2006-11-06

Business Day

Zuma's Presidential Hopes Might Hinge on Shaik's Appeal Today

2006-11-06

Cape Times

Schabir Shaik's Day of Reckoning

2006-11-05

Sunday Independent

State can Challenge Illegal Zuma Raids

2006-11-05

Sunday Times

It is All Over as Shaik Packs for Prison this Weekend

2006-11-04

Business Day Weekender

I'm Ready for Jail - Shaik

2006-11-03

Cape Argus

'Nkobi Not on List for Gautrain Business'

2006-11-02

Business Day

Shaik Appeal Judgment can go Various Ways

2006-11-01

Sapa

Sudden Quiet on the Zuma Front

2006-11-01

Cape Times

Gautrain Tender Hopefuls Face Strict Criteria

2006-11-01

Business Day