The president's new dawn promised a clean sweep. Results have been as mixed as that metaphor.
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The minister for women has already let down South African women too often.
Minister of Women in the Presidency Bathabile Dlamini sat down with HuffPost SA for an exclusive take on the #BabesWodumo interview.
Dlamini told HuffPost in an exclusive interview that she is disappointed in Mduduzi Manana, as he faces his second assault allegation in nine months.
"One thing I am disappointed about, is that just last year Mduduzi apologised, went to court and committed to community work."
Minister for Women in the Presidency Bathabile Dlamini has gone on the offensive, labelling the media an agent of patriarchy for participating in the "destruction" of women.
"The credibility of the minister is far from ideal."
Sassa argued at length on Tuesday that the court should allow for an extension of the unlawful contract.
2.5-million beneficiaries will not get their grant payments if the contract with CPS is not extended, the agency argued in court papers.