EFF leader Julius Malema is suing the ANCYL for R1 million after accusations of bribery were thrown at him. Malema feels the false bribery accusation negatively affects his political standing and good name and won't stand for it.
Ace Magashule is expected to have a tense meeting with the party’s top six leaders on Monday. Magashule has been summoned by the leadership to explain himself over attending what has become known as the secret Zuma meeting.
EFF has called for the large amounts of land and properties which are owned by churches and religious organisation in South Africa to be nationalised. The party said all land including church-owned land should be state-owned.
Cosatu is once again attacking SA Rugby, this time focusing its attention on Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus. Cosatu has accused Erasmus of treating black players in South Africa as if they are second-class citizens.
Former president Jacob Zuma’s daughter Thuthukile Zuma believes there is nothing wrong with so-called tenderpreneurship in South Africa and she blames white monopoly capital (WMC) for making black people believe otherwise.
Jacob Zuma will apply his mind before deciding whether to accept an invitation by the Judicial Inquiry into State Capture to take the witness stand. The commission has invited Zuma to respond to various allegations against him.
Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) boss Robert McBride told Parliament’s police portfolio committee that South Africa Police Services (SAPS) officers have a hand in nearly all Cash-In-Transit (CIT) cases.
The SAPS crime report reveals that an average of 45 cars are hijacked in South Africa on a daily basis. The report reveals 16 325 cases of car hijacking were reported which actually represents a 2.3% decrease over previous years.
The late former Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Busumuru Annan will be buried today, Thursday, September 13, 2018, days after lying in state. Family of Kofi Annan will have a private burial for their beloved.
Former president Jacob Zuma has urged university students to become job creators rather than joining the millions of South Africans who are already seeking employment. Zuma spoke at the Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha.
Former president Jacob Zuma has broken ranks with the African National Congress (ANC) by openly calling for land, banks, mines and even industry to be nationalised in an effort to liberate the black majority from poverty.
Parliament has approved a plan to pay former president Jacob Zuma 100% of his presidential salary as an annual pension. Lawmakers additionally approved a plan to allow Zuma’s wives to receive 50% of the pension upon his death.
President Cyril Ramaphosa attempted for the first time to explain how Eskom intended to repay $2.5 billion (R37.5 billion) loans which were secured through the China Development Bank (CDB) which is owned by the Chinese government.
South Africans from all walks of life and across the country are remembering anti-apartheid hero Steve Biko on the 41st anniversary of his death. He has been referred to as the "Father of the Black Consciousness Movement."
Kirsty Coventry has been appointed as Zimbabwe’s new minister of youth, sport, arts and recreation by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Coventry is Africa’s most decorated Olympic athlete with a tally of seven swimming medals.
The journalist who first wrote about the alleged plot to oust President Ramaphosa accuses the ANCWL of sending her a photo of a gun. The ANC Women's League Secretary-General, Meokgo Matuba, denies ever sending the photo.
EFF leader Julius Malema has vowed to continue the fight for what he called a land revolution to take place in South Africa. Malema slammed President Ramaphosa's proposed land reforms as fake and said the ANC was disconnected.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is positive that no foreign country will impose economic or political sanctions on South Africa because of the proposed land reform programme. Ramaphosa said more foreign leaders understood the policy.
Bheki Cele has released the 2017/18 national crime statistics during a presentation to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Police in Cape Town. The report reveals that an average of 57 people are murdered each day.
Land expropriation without compensation. Few if any terms in recent history have invoked more debate, fear, hope, uncertainty among so many ordinary South Africans. The matter was thrust into the national spotlight in February.
Cope and AfriForum announced they would join forces to fight against the ANC-led government’s plan to amend section 25 of the Constitution to enable land expropriation without compensation and to protect property rights.
Reports have been floating around claiming Jacob Zuma and his loyal ANC followers are planning to oust President Ramaphosa. How true are these rumours and what will happen if there is truth to it? There are many opinions on this.