Parliament has confirmed it will investigate Floyd Shivambu's alleged conflict of interest after his brother, Brian, was implicated in the VBS saga. While Floyd has denied the claims, the DA welcomed Parliament's speedy response.
South African citizens have had enough of foreign-run prophetic churches and have started an online petition demanding the shutdown of these churches. The online protest comes in the wake of the Timothy Omotoso trial.
South African Revenue Service (SARS) IT chief Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane allegedly earns R3.06 million per year which equates to R1738 per hour meaning she earns the minimum wage every two hours of every single day.
Limpopo health MEC Phophi Ramathu confirmed the shocking truth about the health crisis in the province and called on members of the community to support the pupils living with HIV and to ensure they do not stop receiving treatment
SARS Chief Information Technology (IT) Office Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane has sent twitter into a complete tizzy and in the process earned herself instant viral sensation status for her double-blunder Wednesday.
Parliament’s no-nonsense Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) heard that the department of public works was currently spending millions of rand on maintenance and upkeep on vacant ministerial homes in Pretoria.
The DA has officially lodged a complaint against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) deputy leader Floyd Shivambu for violating Parliament’s code of conduct. The DA lodged the complaint with Parliament’s Ethics Committee.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has explained his decision not to act on legal advice to start legal proceedings against the Guptas citizenship. Gigaba said he did not want to risk jeopardising any possible future extradition.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has vehemently denied any and all accusations of wrongdoing on the part of the party or its deputy leader Floyd Shivambu in regards with the VBS looting saga. The EFF has defended Shivambu.
Vhembe District Municipal Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Nyiko Machavi threatened to reveal the ‘real’ identities of those behind the R1.89 billion VBS Mutual Bank looting saga if the council enacted a plan to suspend him.
Until early last week Brian Shivambu was a largely unknown name in South Africa. Since the release of the damning report into the R1.89 billion looting which took place at VBS Mutual Bank has become synonymous with Brian Shivambu.
Limpopo health MEC Phophi Ramathu confirmed the shocking truth that there were 36 pregnant pupils at one single school in the province and that same school also had 31 pupils aged between 9 and 19 living with HIV.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) was officially formed on 27 July 2013 by Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu. Both men were expelled from the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) for bringing the league into disrepute.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) deputy leader Floyd Shivambu has revealed that he never paid much attention to his younger brother’s, Brian Shivambu, business dealings until after the R1.89 billion VBS looting scandal was exposed.
Floyd Shivambu has revealed that his brother, Brian Shivambu, was willing to pay back the money he was paid by VBS Mutual Bank. Floyd said Brian earned the money by providing consultancy services to the now-defunct bank.
The South African government has seemingly caved into pressure from civil society and announced it is investigating the merits of introducing a fuel price cap which would in effect introduce a flat cost rate for fuel.
The EFF leader, Julius Malema, told journalists during a press briefing that Floyd Shivambu's financial statement have not indicated that he received any monies from the VBS heist. South Africans had mixed reactions to the news.
South African motorists, taxi operators, transport companies and pretty much everyone who is reliant on a petrol or diesel fuelled vehicle have been buckling under the ever-increasing strain of a seemingly endless price hikes.
Julius Malema has broken his party’s silence on its alleged role and the role its deputy leader Floyd Shivambu played in the VBS looting scandal. Malema said he and the EFF had full confidence in Shivambu and his innocence.
The Presidency has categorically denied recent claims that President Cyril Ramaphosa had any prior knowledge or received advanced warning about the mass looting which took place at VBS Mutual Bank and led to the bank's collapse.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has been forced to delay his planned visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) on the advice of his medical team. Ramaphosa’s doctors advised the president not to embark on long-distance travel.
Lawyers for Human Rights has warned that the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) election campaign based on illegal migration could spark a new wave of xenophobic tensions in the country after the DA revealed its election strategy.