Black First Land First (BLF) now says that it will expropriate game reserves, caves and even South Africa's oceans. "Forget about Ramaphosa's empty promises to 80'000 helpless blacks in DBN," BLF's secretary general and 'Marxist-L
Julius Malema has called on police to find the criminals responsible for a recent break in at Menzi Primary school. The multi-million rand, state-of-the-art school was recently handed over to the Tsakanae community and officially
Mmusi Maimane says Zimbabwe should serve as a warning for South Africans. Speaking at the Cape Town Press Club, the opposition leader compared Ramaphosa to new ZANU-PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa. He said Mnangagwa, like Ramaphosa
The DA leader has said that you have to be "politically connected" in order to get help from the police. He was referring to an incident where his wife Natalie attempted to report a stolen handbag last year. He says she went from
Malema has fired back at AfriForum header Kallie Kriel. Kriel had taken to Twitter to rebuff Malema's claim that he had not made any payments to the lobby group. This was after a judge ordered the EFF leader to pay toward AfriForu
Many UNISA students have been on strike over the last week, with a court even granting an interdict against the protesters. But while campuses have reopened and Sasco has called off a strike that was slated to take place, the stud
John Steenhuisen had some harsh words for the ruling party this week. While addressing provincial legislature in the Northern Cape, the DA's Chief Whip slammed the ANC for its "blatant acts of corruption". He also promised that th
In a new opinion piece, Bathabile Dlamini has lashed out at her critics within the DA. Dlamini, who is the minister in the presidency responsible for women, accused the party of attempting to "undermine African leadership".
Imtiaz Cajee will ask President Ramaphosa to open a commission of inquiry into the NPA and SAPS's failure to investigate apartheid-era killings. Cajee's is the nephew of Ahmed Timol, and anti-apartheid activist who was murdered by
Eskom wants taxpayers to fork out even more money for electricity. The power utility has asked for the price of electricity to be increased by over 10 percent in order to pay toward its mounting debt, but admits this it not enough
A report has found that it costs taxpayers R100 million a month to keep the Gautrain running. Briefly.co.za learned from an IOL report that public funds underwrite the difference between the Gautrain's running costs and the income
SAFA president Danny Jordaan has been accused of asking the Guptas for $10 million. The allegations were made in an affidavit by SAFA's former CEO, Leslie Sedibe. In the document, Sedibe claims that Jordaan approached the Guptas.
Briefly.co.za learned that Rapport has published a report that alleges that Zuma and several of his close supporters gathered at the Umhlanga Rocks Hotel in Durban in June to plan the formation of African Transformation Movement
Cyril Ramaphosa has admitted that the ANC made mistakes in the 25 years it has been in power and has promised the party will turn itself around. The president made these comments at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban on Saturday.
While speaking on eNCA's interview show Politbureau, ANC secretary general Ace Magashule state that the ANC will nationalize the Reserve Bank. He asserted that this would be implemented as part of Nasrec resolutions.
The EFF's Julius Malema has rejected AfriForum's claim that he paid them last week toward their legal costs. A judge granted the costs against the EFF after AfriForum brought an interdict against the party over land grabs.
A recent poll indicated that the ANC would win 61 percent of the vote in the upcoming elections, a major improvement from their slump to just 54 percent in 2016. This swell has been attributed to Cyril Ramaphosa
Collen Sedibe, the EFF's leader for Mpmulanga, has been acquitted of all fraud charges. The ruling was handed down by the Nelspruit Magistrate Court on Thursday. Sedibe had been charged with four counts of fraud.
The Dagga Party has said that it wants to take part in this year's upcoming elections. Under the slogan #HotBoxTheHouse", the party announced its intentions of claiming seats in parliament in order to pass cannabis legislation.
The Housing Development Agency announced that it would lay charges against ex-communications manager Zingaphi Martin this week. She resignedlast month after being suspended due to allegations that she misspent forty thousand rand.
He made similar remarks in his address to a crowd at Manor Flats, saying "We know things have not been okay in the past but we are rectifying things." The president said that his election would be a second chance for South Africa.
The Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church and the South African National Civic Organization (SANCO) have agreed to a come to the negotiating table, facilitated by Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights