The DA has written to the president in an attempt to get him to reconsider his decision to have the state paying Zuma's legal expenses. The DA feels that this decision is an abuse of tax money and the president should not allow it
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said it was absolutely critical for black South Africans to own land. Maimane was speaking in Soweto where he joined City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba in handing title deeds to homeowners.
Minister of sport Thokozile Xasa has remained silent on the findings of an independent report into the infamous incident between Ashwin Willemse, Naas Botha and Nick Mallet. She will study the report before commenting.
The DA has taken exception with Julius Malema’s remarks about the majority of Indians being racists, so-much-so, that the DA has opened a complaint against the EFF leader and his deputy Floyd Shivambu for their recent remarks.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura has called on politicians and ordinary South Africans to foster an obsession with ethical leadership and clean governance. Makhura said this was the only way to realised President Ramaphosa's vision.
The African National Congress’ (ANC) national leaders are doing everything in their power to unite party members ahead of the 2019 general election, this is according to the ANC’s secretary general Ace Magashule.
The EFF have been growing in numbers and thanks to their outspoken leader they have gained intense loyalty with those numbers. Perhaps the DA and the ANC need to watch their backs during the elections next year.
The African National Congress (ANC) remains in a state of chaos in KwaZulu-Natal, this comes after the party’s Moses Mabhida regional conference to elect new regional leaders was abandoned before it even began on Sunday.
This week is going to be a busy week for politicians, both at national and party level. The ANC’s NEC meets on Monday to try and resolve several critical internal issues. Hearings on land reform amendments also start on Monday.
ANC anti-apartheid stalwart Andrew Mlangeni has warned President Cyril Ramaphosa to handle land reform carefully in order to avoid a disaster. He warned that Afrikaners would not give up their land without a fight.
Top stories covered by this week showed us that while politicians are fascinating, people are most interested in stories about people like themselves, like the story about a groom's worst nightmare to cops caught napping.
During a Youth Day speech at Matlosana Stadium in Klerksdorp in the North West, EFF leader Julius Malema alleged that Indians had it better during apartheid than black people. He also attacked Indian journalists.
A draft forensic report compiled by Mncedisi Ndlovu & Sedumedi Attorneys paints a damning picture of mismanagement at the parastatal Transnet. The report alleges that Molefe intentionally misled the board and inflated a deal.
Qobo and Setlhalogile argue the new president should take a firm approach to undo the damage left by what is generally described as the "deeply damaged economy and state institutions," left as a legacy of Zuma's presidency.
On Friday, whilst under cross-examination, Hlaudi Motsoneng reportedly took issue with comments made by former SABC board member, Krish Naidoo who had described the former COO of the public broadcaster as a "high-school dropout."
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has described the latest incidence of the government's failure to help the people as a collapse of governance. He was speaking at the Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation's conference.
The inter-ministerial task team which was established to investigate matters in the North West province earlier this year has briefed the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on its findings which led to the removal of the premier
The ANC's Johannesburg caucus has until the close of business on Friday to make a payment of R270 000 to the City of Johannesburg or face having of the party's national headquarters, Luthuli House, seized by the city.
The ANC's national dispute resolution committee will be engaged in a series of critical meetings this coming weekend. The committee will aim to resolve internal issues which could conceivably lead to Jacob Zuma being ANC leader.
In a surprising move, the Presidency has allowed Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan to file an affidavit outlining President Cyril Ramaphosa’s case against the suspended boss of the South African Revenue Service Tom Moyane
The ANC in Johannesburg have managed to save the party’s headquarters, Chief Albert Luthuli House, from being seized by the City of Johannesburg for failing to settle outstanding legal fees amounting to R300 000.
Helen Zille is fighting back against a ruling by the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, which found Zille had violated the Constitution and breached the executive member’s code of ethics with her colonialism tweet.