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Mmusi Maimane is adamant that the official opposition party won't cave in to EFF demands to govern Tshwane. Maimane says that existing partnerships have remain unchanged, despite the Red Berets making their intentions clear.
Earlier this week, the North Gauteng High Court ordered Trillian Capital to pay back R600 million to Eskom which it received unlawfully from the utility. Trillian is a company with links to the Gupta family.
The EFF's legal debts have been steadily increasing in recent weeks following court defeats in their cases involving Karima Brown and Trevor Manuel, among others. The Red Berets' debt is speculated at almost R1 million.
Zindzi Mandela has broken her silence after her controversial comments went viral on social media. The ambassador thanked those who supported her, promising to have a look through their posts.
Thuli Madonsela feels that changes Ramaphosa made to the National Prosecuting Authority and state-owned entities are a step in the right direction.
Itumeleng Ntsube, the youngest MP in the country, says that the youth should be thankful for the opportunities afforded to them by a democratic South Africa. Ntsube, who is 20 years old, is a Member of Parliament for the ANC.