A recent survey conducted by the Institute of Race Relations has revealed that the EFF is considered more trustworthy than the ruling party as far as corruption is concerned.
The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries reportedly paid over R27 million in legal fees when it could have obtained the same services for free from the Office of the State Attorney.
Mmusi Maimane has slammed Cyril Ramaphosa, claiming that the president is not actually in control of the country. Maimane made the comments on Sunday at a DA event in uMlazi.
Florence Radzilani is currently expected to become Limpopo's first female premier after this year's election. Radzilani's name has reportedly been put forward within ANC caucuses as premier candidate. Radzilani is in 7th place
Dr Blade Nzimande has blamed the Economic Freedom Fighters for the damage done to higher learning institutions. The former minister feels that the party has an alternative agenda for their numerous protests.
Mluleki Ndobe has been arrested in connection with the murder of Sindiso Magaqa. The Harry Gwala mayor will be appearing in court today.
DA MP, Dianne Kohler Barnard, has once again been accused of racism. Louw Nel, DA parliamentary operations director, is hauling Kohler Barnard to the Equality court after she made a comment about black youths.
It appears that several political parties have taken a harsher stance toward foreign nationals. Similarly, police in areas like Mpumalanga have come down hard on businesses operated by foreigners without proper documentation.
Makhosi Khoza, a former ANC MP, has stepped down from Outa, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse. Khoza previously left the ANC in 2017 to form her own party, called African Democratic Change (ADC)
ANC Secretary General, Ace Magashule, said that the party had "respected everything" when compiling its list of election candidates. He added that the ANC left the decision to appear on the list to the candidates themselves.
Nhlanhla Nene concluded his testimony before the Zondo Commission yesterday. Nene elaborated on his meeting with the Guptas. He also said he had not been fully transparent in some of his previous statements.
A new survey suggests that 50% of ANC voters would be less likely to support the party if Jacob Zuma joined the campaign efforts. These were the findings of a poll conducted by the South African Citizens Survey.
The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has called for Gauteng Sport and Recreation MEC, Faith Mazibuko, to be fired. The organisation said it was "deeply perturbed" by Mazibuko's comments in the leaked recording which surfaced this week.
Ex-ANC MP, Vytjie Mentor, has said that she will not be voting for the ANC on 8 May. Mentor made the comment on Facebook this week. Mentor called on other South Africans to also abandon the ruling party.
The ANC has alleged that the City of Cape Town gave a lucrative housing contract to the wife of a suspected gangster. The contract was awarded to Glomix Housebrokers CC, which is run by Nicole Stanfield.
Briefly.co.za recently shared the story about Gauteng MEC for Sports and Recreation, Faith Mazibuko, who has landed in hot water after a recording emerged in which she can be heard instructing employees to break the law.
The ANC recently released its list of candidates for the upcoming elections. Some of the names, however, caused a stir because they have been linked to corruption. Perhaps the most notable candidate is Malusi Gigaba
In Tito Mboweni's budget speech, the Finance Minister promised sweeping policies to address the country's economic woes. In particular, he made several claims about the extent to which several government policies had succeeded.
The controversial Black First Land First (BLF) party has reportedly registered for the upcoming elections and submitted its finalised list of candidates to the IEC, it announced at a press conference
A recording has surfaced which appears to show how Gauteng Sports and Recreation MEC, Faith Mazibuko, pressured her staff to violate regulations in order to help the ANC win elections.
The ANC has said that it does not think having candidates implicated in corruption on its election lists will hurt the party at the polls. Its list includes Bathabile Dlamini, Nomvula Mokonyane and Malusi Gigaba, among others.
The EFF has published its list of parliamentary candidates for the upcoming elections. The list has a 50/50 split between men and women and includes several leaders of the #FeesMustFall movement.