The African National staged a walk-out during Western Cape Premier Helen Zille's State of The Province Address on 15 February. According to the Democratic Alliance, it was an act of delinquency and a slap in the face of DA voters.
Social media had a lot to say about the ANC's new election ad. The ad, which has been featured on billboards, reads, "The power is in your hands." People tore the ad to shreds online. Its timing was admittedly bad
COPE's Mosiuoa Lekota says that Cyril Ramaphosa's denial of the allegation that he sold out his comrades to apartheid police actually proves that did in fact betray his colleagues. This comes after Ramaphosa rejected the claim
The ANC staged a walkout during Western Cape premmier Helen Zille's State of the Province Address. This was Zille's final address as premier. The issue was triggered after an ANC MP raised a point of order, and MPs left
Ajay Gupta is no longer a fugitive from South African justice. This comes as the warrant out for his arrest has reportedly been canceled. Gupta was wanted for his role in extensive corruption and state capture
The EFF's Dali Mpofu has questioned Terror Lekota's allegation that Cyril Ramaphosa sold out his struggle comrades in the 1970s. The EFF national chairperson said the timing of Lekota's accusation was suspicious. Mpofu said that L
South Africa has one of the highest unemployment rates on the planet. It tends to hover around 25%, and is the cause of much political agitation. But what are the causes of this unemployment? An examination of causes and effects
Speaking in Parliament, Cyril Ramaphosa presented his plans to rescue the failing power utility. The president said that he would more closely with stakeholders, as well as fix systemic flaws in the energy-provision system
President Cyril Ramaphosa has hit back against allegations made by Mosiuoa Lekota. He explained that he was not a traitor and refused to buckle under police pressure. He revealed that his neighbour testified against Lekota.
The EFF has demanded that a commission of inquiry be opened into Terror Lekota's claims that Cyril Ramaphosa sold out his struggle comrades to the apartheid police. Julius Malema has written to the president, asking the probe
Social media had a mixed reaction to Terror Lekota's new claim that Cyril Ramaphosa sold out his struggle comrades in exchange for a lighter prison sentence. The EFF gave Lekota a standing ovation, while ANC MPs slammed him
EFF leader Julius Malema took to Twitter to slam journalists, saying that they are working to defend Ramaphosa. "Stratcom and Ramaphosa Defence Force are working overtime now," he wrote. This is not the first time for Malema
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has proposed a 9-point plan to save Eskom. The plan has provided some much-needed hope to many South Africans, but some experts have expressed doubt about its feasibility and speediness
Following Solly Msimanga's resignation, Stevens Mokgalapa has taken office as the new mayor of Tshwane. Mokgalapa is Tswane born and bred, and has served as a member of the DA in various capacities for several years.
Cyril Ramaphosa has refused to share the contract that his son Andile signed with corruption-linked company Bosasa. This comes after the DA requested that the president publish the document. DA MP Solly Malatsi said this was proof
COPE's Mosiuoa Lekota claims that Cyril Ramaphosa sold out his struggle colleagues to apartheid police in the 1970s. Lekota made the bombshell accusation during a session in Parliament. He says that the president betrayed them
According to reports, ESKOM is struggling under the weight of R430 billion in debt, with many concerned that the power utility will not last until April without a major cash flow injection. However, ESKOM did not always struggle
After declaring Eskom 'technically insolvent' and unlikely to see the end of April 2019, Pravin Gordhan promised heads would roll. The Public Enterprises Minister vowed that those responsible for the entity's failures would pay.
President Cyril Ramaphosa was in for a scathing review at the SONA address. Economic Freedom Fighter Julius Malema showed no mercy as he dismantled the president's address. Here's 5 brutal quotes from his argument.
The Democratic Alliance Chief Whip laid out how he thinks the president's plans will be thwarted by his own party at the SONA debate yesterday. John Steenhuisen had also added that tackling corruption should be fast-tracked.
The DA has urged new NPA head Shamila Batohi to reinstate charges against the Guptas relating to the Estina dairy farm fraud scandal. This comes after new evidence materialised regarding the scheme, relating to Agriculture Dpt
Black First Land First (BLF) has called for Brian Molefe to return to Eskom. Additionally, BLF said the current round of load shedding was a plot aimed to legitimising Ramaphosa's proposal to divide the power utility into three