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ANC in Gauteng sends mayors to integrity commission to address VBS scandal

ANC in Gauteng sends mayors to integrity commission to address VBS scandal

ANC in Gauteng sends mayors to integrity commission to address VBS scandal
Two ANC officials asked to step down following implication in VBS scandal

Two ANC officials asked to step down following implication in VBS scandal

Danny Msiza, ANC Limpopo treasurer and Florence Radzilani, party provincial deputy chairperson have both received their walking papers from Stan Mathabatha, ANC provincial chairperson for being implicated in the VBS scandal.

Two ANC officials asked to step down following implication in VBS scandal
Leaked report shows how the government will approach land expropriation

Leaked report shows how the government will approach land expropriation

An anonymous source from within the ANC has leaked a document outlining how the government will define which land will be expropriated without compensation. The leaked document was brought forward by The Rapport.

Leaked report shows how the government will approach land expropriation
IFP's Buthelezi warns Land expropriation should be carefully implemented

IFP's Buthelezi warns Land expropriation should be carefully implemented

The leader of the IFP, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, has warned that land expropriation without compensation will deminish social cohesion and disencourage foriegn investment in the country, should it not be carefully implemented.

IFP's Buthelezi warns Land expropriation should be carefully implemented
Former WC ANC leader, Marius Fransman, faces allegation of sexual assault

Former WC ANC leader, Marius Fransman, faces allegation of sexual assault

Marius Fransman, ex-ANC leader of the Western Cape, will be prosecuted on a charge of sexual assault. Fransman allegedly sexually assaulted Louisa Wynand in January of 2016. An official date for the court case has not been set yet

Former WC ANC leader, Marius Fransman, faces allegation of sexual assault
AfriForum says the ANC fooled the white people of SA back in 1994

AfriForum says the ANC fooled the white people of SA back in 1994

According to AfriForum, the African National Congress fooled white South Africans in 1994. The activist group says the ANC promised to protect the interests of minorities, but land expropriation is making them break their promise.

AfriForum says the ANC fooled the white people of SA back in 1994
New evidence alleges Geoff Makhubo scored millions in deal for City of Joburg

New evidence alleges Geoff Makhubo scored millions in deal for City of Joburg

New evidence has surfaced suggesting that Geoff Makhubo, the ANC chair for Johannesburg and a possible mayoral candidate, has received millions from the City of Johannesburg in his capacity as an influence broker.

New evidence alleges Geoff Makhubo scored millions in deal for City of Joburg
Land expropriation report adopted by National Council of Provinces

Land expropriation report adopted by National Council of Provinces

The NCOP has agreed today to allow for amendments to be made to make land expropriation without compensation more explicit. Today's events means that the heralded motion is now a duly adopted resolution of Parliament.

Land expropriation report adopted by National Council of Provinces
Denel admits bursary given to former NW premier's son was illegal

Denel admits bursary given to former NW premier's son was illegal

Denel, state-owned aerospace and military technology conglomerate, has come clean about the bursary it gave to the son of a former North West Premier. The matter has been given over to the Hawks for further investigation.

Denel admits bursary given to former NW premier's son was illegal
David Makhura is sure the ANC will win back Gauteng despite EFF youth appeal

David Makhura is sure the ANC will win back Gauteng despite EFF youth appeal

The African National Congress is aware that the Economic Freedom Fighters are widely liked by the South African youth. However, the Gauteng Premier, David Makhura, is confident the EFF is no real threat to the ruling party.

David Makhura is sure the ANC will win back Gauteng despite EFF youth appeal
Gunned down ANC councillor might be the first victim of VBS scandal

Gunned down ANC councillor might be the first victim of VBS scandal

Thabang Maupa, an ANC councilor who had been gunned down outside of his restaurant might be the first victim of the VBS Scandal. Maupa had received death threats shortly after a Facebook post calling for justice.

Gunned down ANC councillor might be the first victim of VBS scandal
Mantashe defends the ANC’s involvement with the Guptas' bank accounts

Mantashe defends the ANC’s involvement with the Guptas' bank accounts

ANC chair and Minister, Gwede Mantashe, testified at the State Capture Inquiry and came to the ANC's defence. Mantashe said the ANC only got involved with the drama between the Guptas and SA banks out of fear of job losses.

Mantashe defends the ANC’s involvement with the Guptas' bank accounts
How did Ace Magashule help muddle up the Free State's finances?

How did Ace Magashule help muddle up the Free State's finances?

A report recently released by the Auditor-General has revealed how Ace Magashule helped muddle up the finance's of the Free State. This included ensuring a company owned by his daughter got a RDP tender worth R150 Million.

How did Ace Magashule help muddle up the Free State's finances?
Deputy President David Mabuza will step down to bring peace to the ANC

Deputy President David Mabuza will step down to bring peace to the ANC

The African National Congress' deputy president is willing to step down if it will unite the party. The deputy president claims that the unity of the ruling party is much more important than any power or position he holds.

Deputy President David Mabuza will step down to bring peace to the ANC
Gigaba breaks social media silence with snaps of door-to-door campaign

Gigaba breaks social media silence with snaps of door-to-door campaign

Malusi Gigaba has broken his silence by posting some photos of his door-to-door campaign in Limpopo this weekend. Following his resigation as Home Affairs Minister Gigaba had been quiet, the new pics showed that he wont be going.

Gigaba breaks social media silence with snaps of door-to-door campaign
Dlamini bans media from covering her, joining Malema in his boycott

Dlamini bans media from covering her, joining Malema in his boycott

Minister Dlamini has made the headlines once again, this time after allegedly banning news agencies from covering her at a recent KZN event. The Government has released a statement on Twitter, denying the Minister banned media.

Dlamini bans media from covering her, joining Malema in his boycott
Black First Land First goes up against AfriForum on the land issue

Black First Land First goes up against AfriForum on the land issue

Black First Land First has announced its intention to go up against AfriForum after the group recently submitted an application to halt Land Reform. The party revealed that they felt AfriForum, the ANC as well as the EFF worked

Black First Land First goes up against AfriForum on the land issue
Jackson Mthembu doesn't know why the ANC has not defended Gordhan yet

Jackson Mthembu doesn't know why the ANC has not defended Gordhan yet

Jackson Mthembu, Chief Whip of the ANC, says the ruling party should have defended Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, a long time ago.This comes after the EFF has intensified its attacks against the minister.

Jackson Mthembu doesn't know why the ANC has not defended Gordhan yet
ANC’s Mthembu says EFF are bullies trying to hide their own shenanigans

ANC’s Mthembu says EFF are bullies trying to hide their own shenanigans

Jackson Mthembu, Chief Whip of the African National Congress, is not impressed with the Economic Freedom Fighters. According to Mthembu, the EFF are nothing more than bullies who are trying to hide their own wrongdoing.

ANC’s Mthembu says EFF are bullies trying to hide their own shenanigans
4 facts about the beautiful Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, SA's new Minister of Communications

4 facts about the beautiful Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, SA's new Minister of Communications

Cyril Ramaphosa named Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams as SA's new Minister of Telecommunications. She looked beautiful and happy as she was sworn in as the new minister. So, Briefly decided to gather four quick facts about her.

4 facts about the beautiful Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, SA's new Minister of Communications
Meet Siyabonga Cwele, South Africa's new Home Affairs Minister

Meet Siyabonga Cwele, South Africa's new Home Affairs Minister

On Thursday afternoon, Siyabonga Cwele was named South Africa's new Home Affairs Minister after Malusi Gigaba resigned two-weeks-ago. So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a closer look at Cwele's life and career thus far.

Meet Siyabonga Cwele, South Africa's new Home Affairs Minister
John Block, ex ANC bigwig, heading for jail after final appeal dismissed

John Block, ex ANC bigwig, heading for jail after final appeal dismissed

The ConCourt dismissed former ANC chair John Block and businessman Christo Scholtz' application to appeal their convictions. The duo was found guilty of corruption and money laundering. They were sentenced to 15 years in jail.

John Block, ex ANC bigwig, heading for jail after final appeal dismissed
Mpumalanga #ThumaMina campaign turned violent as tension rose within ANC

Mpumalanga #ThumaMina campaign turned violent as tension rose within ANC

A campaign that was meant to create a feeling of trust in the ANC turned violent in Mpumalanga. ANC members allegedly attacked other party members and one person claims to have been stabbed. Three people were allegedly attacked.

Mpumalanga #ThumaMina campaign turned violent as tension rose within ANC
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