A video recently surfaced online showing EFF supporters tearing down rival political parties' posters. This is major violation of the Electoral Code of Conduct and could result in the IEC slapping the EFF with a large fine .
Today marks the 29th birthday of Kaizer Chiefs striker, Bhongolwethu Jayiya. Jayiya signed with Soweto Giants in 2017, following a season with Cape Town City. However, there are reports that Jayiya is unhappy with Chiefs.
There has been much talk lately - as well as tension - surrounding the possibility of privatising Eskom. Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has suggested that this may be a good move, while trade unions like Cosatu have opposed it
BLF leader, Andile Mngxitama, has once again called for former Eskom CEO, Brian Molefe, to return to the power utility. Mngxitama made the comments while speaking at an event in Midrand on Wednesday.
Briefly.co.za recently shared the story of a man who was left heartbroken when a woman he sponsored through school for four years left him for another man. His story quickly blew up on social media. Here's what Mzansi had to say.
6 students drowned on their way to school after being washed away in a flash flood. The students were crossing a river when the water overwhelmed them. The flood took place near Popopo village in the Eastern Cape.
DA leader, Mmusi Maimane, has called on citizens to stage a "shutdown" next Friday to protest load-shedding and the crisis at Eskom. He urged South Africans to gather outside Eskom's headquarters to show their frustration.
Experts have warned that load-shedding could drive your electricity bill up by as much as 100%. Similarly, some analysts have debunked Eskom's claims that the recent bout of power outages was due to damage done by the cyclone.
Six credit bureaus have stated that your credit score won't be affected by unpaid e-toll bills. This came out in a public statement released by the Credit Bureau Association.
Polls predict that this year's election will have a lower voter turnout than usual. Usually, smaller turnouts benefit the opposition parties rather than the ANC. Here's how the polls indicate the voter turnout will affect support.
The crime intelligence unit of the police is reportedly looking into whether the recent bout of load-shedding could be the result of sabotage. The unit is conducting an investigation into allegations that Eskom sabotaged itself.
The daughter of ANC Parliamentary Chief Whip, Jackson Mthembu, has committed suicide. Mthembu confirmed her passing on Twitter. "We are in deep pain," Mthembu posted.
Last week, candidate lists for Parliament and provincial legislatures were presented to the Electoral Commission (IEC) by political parties. Some of these lists raise serious questions about the candidates' suitability.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan held a press conference today to address the current situation at Eskom. He was joined by Jabu Mabuza, Eskom board chair, and Phakamani Hadebe, Group CEO.
Load-shedding in Gauteng is reportedly having a negative impact on the region's water supply. This is because many of Johannesburg's water pumps are electricity-powered and they are disrupted by the power outages.
Briefly.co.za recently shared a story regarding Fikile Mbalula's comment that the ANC had the Eskom energy crisis under control - despite the recent return of stage 4 load-shedding. Mbalula also said he understood people's anger
Pitso Mosimane, coach of Mamelodi Sundowns, has said that Hlompho Kekana should receive this year's PSL footballer of the season prize. Kekana is currently the Sundowns captain and has been nominated several times
New allegations have emerged that Limpopo education MEC, Ishmael Kgetjepe, received an additional R650 000 from the Mvula Trust. This follows previous reports that the trust paid Kgetjepe R1 million in the 2017/18 year.
The Freedom Front Plus wants Black First Land First (BLF) to be excluded from the upcoming elections. The Freedom Front's leader, Pieter Groenewald, made the comments at a press conference on Monday.
Briefly.co.za recently covered a story involving allegations of xenophobia against police eMalahleni. Reportedly, police were arbitrarily confiscating the property of foreign nationals under the cover of the law.
Eskom's recent return to stage 4 load-shedding is reportedly the result of damage done by cyclone Idai to power sources in Mozambique. However, Eskom's energy woes run much deeper than just this incident and go back several years.
The Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs has found that it was "incorrect" for Malusi Gigaba to grant the Gupta family early naturalisation. Gigaba made the decision while he was Minister of Home Affairs.