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Zuma largesse under fire

Those supporting the founding meeting included Zola Skweyiya, Pityana, Barbara Hogan, Max Sisulu, Mavuso Walter Msimang, Tito Mboweni, Trevor Manuel, Cheryl Carolus, Brigalia Bam, Njabulo Ndebele, Ginwala, Jay Naidoo, Denis Goldberg and others...


Jacob Zuma's costly week

Two respected ANC veterans and lifelong stalwarts, Ben Turok and Barbara Hogan, the partner of one of the late President Nelson Mandela's closest associates on Robben Island, Ahmed Kathrada, called on Zuma to resign...

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Party unity trumps national reforms

At Public Enterprises, Barbara Hogan offended Zuma last year by criticising him for buckling under Chinese government pressure to prevent the Dalai Lama from visiting South Africa...


Battle of the plans

In May, Zuma appointed an external team to review the SOEs’ role and mandate, a job he had given in March to Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan...


Zuma’s first-term casualties

Others, such as Barbara Hogan (Public Enterprises), demanded that their contracts be more suitably reworded...

Senior staff in Barbara Hogan’s office at the Public Enterprises Ministry believe that if the reshuffle happens, she will probably get the axe as demanded by Zuma’s nationalist, black business and populist loyalists...


This time it will be different

The suggestion this week by Public Enterprises Minister Barbara Hogan that unprofitable state enterprises could be privatised will further inflame union sentiment...


Learning to love Jacob Zuma

Minister of Health Barbara Hogan will probably keep her job, despite being described as a 'dead minister walking' after she spoke out against the government's denial of a visa for the Dalai Lama last month...


A wounded presidency

Barbara Hogan, formerly Chairwoman of parliament’s Finance Committee, has been welcomed as new Health Minister by business, health professionals and AIDS activists...


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