A group under the banner 'RET Defenders' has called on the ANC as well as Ramaphosa to come to Jacob Zuma's aid and assist him in settling legal fees. A court ruling has ordered Zuma to personally be accountable for legal fees.
The Democratic Alliance vowed it will put Jacob Zuma behind bars for 15 years if they win the elections of 2019. The party's spokesperson, Solly Malatsi, said the government must punish corruption with time in prison.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has extended an invitation to all aspiring politicians to join the ranks of his new political party, the African Content Movement. The presidental hopeful had been speaking at the launch of the ACM.
President Ramaphosa spoke about the Bosasa incident in a recent interview, reiterating that he was not trying to be intentionally misleading when he had originally addressed the matter. This comes in response to a DA statement
President Ramaphosa has announced the appointment of a task team to resolve issues at Eskom. The Eskom Sustainability Task Team consists of experts from various key areas to assist government in getting the utility back on track.
In an unexpected move the ANC has announced it will be making donations towards Jacob Zuma's legal fees. This news comes after a court order has ordered the ex-president to be held personally accountable for legal fees he incurred
The ANC in Gauteng has announced that it will be sending mayors from two municipalitys to appear before the integrity commission. This is after the municipalites illegally invested millions in now defunct VBS Mutual Bank.
The official salaries of policital figures in South Africa have been released just days after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced he would be cutting back on bonuses and increases this year. Briefly.co.za takes a look into matters
President Ramaphosa defended Bathabile Dlamini during a recent interview, and it deeply upset Mzansi. According to the president, Dlamini has raised the bar on how South Africa must deal with gender-based violence.
Following a recent High Court ruling that Jacob Zuma will now be held accountable for his own mounting legal fees, questions have arisen as to how the former president will tackle the enormous financial burden facing him.
Black First Land First has issued a statement calling for the unity of 'black parties' in the country in order to further their revolution. It seems as if the party is hoping for a truce with the EFF, but only under certian terms.
Briefly.co.za unpacks Judge Aubrey Ledwaba's landmark ruling which sees former president Jacob Zuma fitting the bill for the millions of taxpayer's rands he has spent in numerous court battles over the last 13 years.
The ANC have released their statement in response to Mngxitama's calls for racially motivated violence, condemning the attempt to set the country back to apartheid era thinking. The party has called for harsh consequences.
South Africans are stunned by the newest contestant in the 2019 political elections. With Hlaudi Motsoeneng unveiling his African Content Movement things are set to get a lot more entertaining in Parliament. Free of charge.
Former SABC executive Hlaudi Motsoeneng has unveiled his new political party, dubbing it the African Content Movement. The aspiring president made the announcement today at Garden Court Millpark Hotel at a briefing.
According to Floyd Shivambu, deputy leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, the charges of incitement in contravention of the Riotous Assemblies Act will soon be dropped. Shivambu was speaking after the court appearance yesterday
The leader of the EFF Julius Malema’s legal defence said that the EFF leader had not broken any laws by calling for the occupation of vacant land, and thus should not serve jail time for utilising his right to free speech.
Steve Hofmeyr and Mosiuoa Lekota became an unlikely team when they joined forces today to press charges against BLF leader Andile Mngxitama for hate speech. Hofmeyr was acting on behalf of ToekomsVonk, a civil rights organisation.
News24 editor Adriaan Basson has recieved death threats from an EFF supporter in an apparent support of Andile Mngxitama's recent calls for racially motivated violence. TshekoTsk took to Twitter to threaten Basson.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng, former SABC executive, has proclaimed that he will be pursuing his dream job as president of South Africa by contesting the 2019 elections. According to him, President Cyril Ramaphosa doesn't stand a chance.
Danny Msiza has resigned following the release of evidence implicating him in the VBS scandal, despite him denying any involvement. However, the ANC Limpopo treasurer denies that his resignation is an admission of guilt.
Civil rights organisation ToekomsVonk has called for justice against Andile Mngxitama, leader of BLF, for hate speech and inciting violence as well as genocide against white people. The group will be pressing its own charges today