Busisiwe Mkhwebane details why she subpoenaed Gordhan in a statement. She claims he failed to respond to four letters. In these letters, the public enterprises minister was asked to address the claims leveled against him.
For three weeks, David Mabuza, the deputy president, has not been in the presidency after reports surfaced that he's been on sick leave. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has been appointed the interim deputy in his absence.
Tony Yengeni, a National Executive Committee (NEC) member of the ANC, took to Twitter to ask why suspects of VBS Mutual Bank's looting are being hounded as suspects of Steinhoff's looting at seemingly going free.
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South Africa's president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is on a mission to fix SA. During a recent visit to East London, the president blamed Jacob Zuma for the current economical problems, adding his government wants to fix things.
Malusi Gigaba seems to have been pushed into a corner after the public protector called him out for lying under oath in court. Gigaba claims he did not approve the Oppenheimer's private terminal, Fireblade Aviation.
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has the support of his home village. Malusi has been making news headlines as he is involved in controversial political drama. The people who grew up with him say they will stand by him.
It seems whenever something goes wrong, or Andile Mngxitama doesn't agree with something, white monopoly capital is to blame. This was the case yet again, when the Black First Land First's websites were temporarily shut down.
The latest minister to be under the EFF's ever-growing list of enemies, Pravin Gordhan, has been nicknamed 'Joshua Door! The mob's uncle. The party's deputy president, Floyd Shivambu, has called Gordhan to resign.
A document penned in the government gazette reveals the cozy increases some municipal managers will receive in South Africa. While the president earns R3.6m annually, some managers will take home more than the head of state.
The Gupta-Zuma network - also known as the Zupta network - has taken such control of SA that it's hard to find a government official who was not involved in state capture in some way or another. So, how guilty is Minister Gigaba?
For many years, "2 Minutes of Silence" has been an integral part of Armistice Day, which commemorates the end of World War I (WWI) in 1918. A South Africa, Sir Percy Fitzpatrick, is the one who first proposed the idea.
South Africa's former Public Protector wants the president to sign off on the Political Party Funding Bill as soon as possible. The Bill will make political parties' financial business a lot more transparent to SA citizens.
The EFF spoke out against Minister Pravin Gordhan once again. This time they accuse him of being in the pockets of the Gupta family and being a manipulator. According to the EFF, Gordhan is an accomplice to the family's activities
Soon after resigning as mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille revealed she laid charges of fraud against a group of Democratic Alliance members for creating, and distributing a fake document defaming her on social media.
In a leaked, sworn affidavit, Pravin Gordhan detailed how he met the Guptas. In the leaked statement, he met with the controversial family more than once. He also states he was introduced to Ajay Gupta by Jacob Zuma.
The EFF's spokesperson, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, said the report on the VBS looting contains too much fiction. He added that it seems the law is quick to take down black people when they have done wrong, but others are allowed to fail.
Like toddlers sent to the naughty corner, EFF's Julius Malema, and the DA's John Steenhuisen, were booted out of Parliament on Wednesday after both men refused to apologise for insults thrown at each other during Tuesday's heated
After a chaotic fight in Parliament, Julius Malema wants the DA to be punished for their racist behaviour. Members of Parliament were reduced to a physical fight after emotions got out of control during a &QA with the president.
DA member of Parliament, John Steenhuisen, has been encouraged to sue the Economic Freedom Fighter's Julius Malema after he accused Steenhuisen of rape during Tuesday's heated Q&A session with President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The last Q&A of 2018 of President Ramaphosa got intense and physical as members of Parliament lost their cool. Members of the EFF, DA, and AGANG stormed each other and was seen pulling and pushing at each other.
One of the three judges hearing the DA and EFF's applications, Judge Pieter Meyer, pointed out Zuma's repeated undertaking to pay back his legal costs should the applications to stop his criminal cases be unsuccessful.