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African National Congress (ANC) economic transformation boss Enoch Godongwana has issued a rather dire warning to the South African electorate about the dangers of voting for a government led by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)
Fikile Mbalula gave his two cents over the decriminalisation of dagga by the ConCourt, and social media users were not happy with him at all. Mbaks said the legalisation of drugs such as dagga was a recipe for disaster.
Ex-convict turned businessman Kessie Nair shared a video on social media where he vehemently called President Cyril Ramaphosa the k-word. Nair received a lot of backlash after the video went viral on social media.
The fact that participants of the secret Zuma meetings in Durban initially felt the need to deny that the meeting even took place points to something sinister going on. That is the view of political analyst Mcebisi Ndletyana.
While speaking at the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu)'s national congress in Midrand on Monday afternoon, President Cyril Ramaphosa responded to reports that there's a plot to remove him as head of state.
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.
Social media users held nothing back while giving their opinions on President Cyril Ramaphosa securing another loan from China. Ramaphosa recently landed another capital boost from China, which totals R370 billion.
The DA accuses the ANC of caring more about keeping VIPs safe than South African citizens. Zakhele Mbhele, stated that every year, R9.1 million is spent on keeping the elite safe and only R1 500 per SA citizen.
A Limpopo community is fed up with the lack of support it received from the government. The residents are complaining that they have to drink water from the same place as animals do and their homes are falling apart.
When ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa met community members in Chatsworth, Durban, it was a little girl named Karusha Govender who stole the limelight. She referred to Ramaphosa as "the best president." More on Briefly.
The African National Congress’ (ANC) chief whip in Parliament, Jackson Mthembu, has called on the ruling party to urgently probe allegations of an alleged plot led by former president Jacob Zuma to oust President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Writing on Twitter, Reverend Kenneth Meshoe, the leader of the African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), said the ANC is squarely to blame for the current woes facing South Africa. People should therefore stop blaming apartheid.
President Cyril Ramaphosa received a message from a farmer on social media. The 'boer' took to Twitter to share an open message to the head of state. "You forced the decision on us to secede, you left us no choice. We want out!"
Cyril Ramaphosa sold cattle to the value of $1.3 million (R19.5 million) from his Phala Phala Wildlife Farm at an auction over the weekend, and South Africans are not happy about it. So Briefly took a look at some reactions.
South Africa has gone in its first recession since 2009 and things are not looking good at all. So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at four reasons why the current head of state can start to worry about the economy.
The ANC Secretary General, Ace Magashule, spoke out about the expropriation of land without compensation and he said no black child should ever call a white person 'baas' and added it was time to take back the land.
Another video of a robbery in broad daylight has gone viral and South Africans have had enough. Taking to social media, South African citizens called on the president and police to act and make the country safe again.
Shaun Abraham's departure from the National Persecuting Authority would be regarded as his 'retirement', which means he would receive benefits for his time in office. The benefits have however not been made public yet.
A video was shared on social media which allegedly shows people grabbing the land of a black farmer and selling off stands for R500 each. The footage sparked quite the reaction and Briefly took a look at the best responses.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane believes Athol Trollip was ousted as the mayor of Nelson Mandela because of the colour of his skin. An emotional Maimane said opposition councillors had formed an unholy coalition to seize control.
Mongameli Bobani officially took over the mayor position of the Nelson Mandela Bay and he tested out the ousted Atul Trollip's former chair. It was evident the new NMB mayor enjoyed his victory as he giggled in the chair.
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