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If… the Con­ser­va­tive Party has won the most seats and prob­a­bly the most votes then it will be in­cum­bent on us to en­sure that we have that pe­riod of sta­bil­ity and that is ex­actly what we will do. – A grim-faced Bri­tish prime min­is­ter, Theresa May, af­ter win­ning her own par­lia­men­tary seat of Maiden­head, near Lon­don.

If the DA says Zille is sus­pended from party du­ties, but stays on as pre­mier, what does that mean? Does that mean she’s not good enough for the party, but good enough for the coun­try? – Po­lit­i­cal an­a­lyst Ralph Mathekga.

I am not in the emails. I am not in the Gupta phone book. They have never called me. – EFF leader Julius Malema at a press con­fer­ence this week on the Gupta email saga.

Our main aim is to cor­rect her be­hav­iour. She was not born a racist, no one is. She has picked up this kind of lan­guage from some­where. – KZN Ed­u­ca­tion Depart­ment spokesper­son Kwazi Mthethwa on the Grade 11 pupil at Pi­eter­mar­itzburg High School sus­pended this week for us­ing the ‘K-word’ in a so­cial me­dia post.

De­spite the con­stant neg­a­tive press cov­fefe. – A baf­fling, in­com­plete tweet from US Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump posted af­ter mid­night last week that has be­come the source of jokes on Twit­ter this week.

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