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Mabuza pays tribute to Sam Nzima as the legendary photographer is laid to rest

Mabuza pays tribute to Sam Nzima as the legendary photographer is laid to rest

Mabuza pays tribute to Sam Nzima as the legendary photographer is laid to rest
ANC holds land summit on expropriation without compensation

ANC holds land summit on expropriation without compensation

This weekend the ANC is holding a land summit to try and reach a consensus within the party on the way forward on the contentious issue. Senior members within the party have not seen eye to eye on amending the Constitution.

ANC holds land summit on expropriation without compensation
Xolile Nkompela investigated for allegedly slapping a taxi driver

Xolile Nkompela investigated for allegedly slapping a taxi driver

Acting President of SAFA Xolile Nkompela has been charged with common assault for allegedly slapping a taxi driver twice. It was reported that the Nkompela accused the driver of blocking an entrance and slapped him

Xolile Nkompela investigated for allegedly slapping a taxi driver
Ramaphosa takes to the streets of Tembisa as election campaign begins

Ramaphosa takes to the streets of Tembisa as election campaign begins

The ANC has kicked into full gear with the launch of a carefully planned campaign leading up to the elections. The campaign involved a walk by the President through Tembisa this morning and the launch of Thuma mina

Ramaphosa takes to the streets of Tembisa as election campaign begins
This day in history: Anti-apartheid struggle hero Walter Sisulu was born

This day in history: Anti-apartheid struggle hero Walter Sisulu was born

Struggle stalwart Walter Sisulu was born on 18 May 1912. His staunch anti-apartheid activism saw him spend 25 years in prison alongside other Rivonia Trialists, including Nelson Mandela and Govan Mbeki. More on Briefly.

This day in history: Anti-apartheid struggle hero Walter Sisulu was born
Minister for Women Bathabile Dlamini: 'Female journalists are siding with men'

Minister for Women Bathabile Dlamini: 'Female journalists are siding with men'

Minister for Women Bathabile Dlamini says the media is largely patriarchal and feeding the egos of conservative men, during her budget vote in Parliament on Thursday night. She feels that media does not seek the truth.

Minister for Women Bathabile Dlamini: 'Female journalists are siding with men'
93% of municipalities are not functioning well says Zweli Mkhize

93% of municipalities are not functioning well says Zweli Mkhize

Minister Zweli Mkhize gave his parliamentary budget speech today and gave insight into the state of the municipalities. He stated that 93% of municipalities are not functioning well, with 87 of them listed as dysfunctional

93% of municipalities are not functioning well says Zweli Mkhize
‘ANC and little son EFF using land to lure back voters’ – Moeletsi Mbeki

‘ANC and little son EFF using land to lure back voters’ – Moeletsi Mbeki

Political analyst Moeletsi Mbeki says the ANC and Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) are using land expropriation without compensation to attack the white population in the hope of luring back disenchanted black voters.

‘ANC and little son EFF using land to lure back voters’ – Moeletsi Mbeki
Mbalula: The time of public representatives coasting on their glory is over

Mbalula: The time of public representatives coasting on their glory is over

ANC head of elections Fikile Mbalula has warned ministers, premiers and councillors who are lazy that they will be fired by President Cyril Ramaphosa's administration. Mbalula made his point clear, there are no more free rides.

Mbalula: The time of public representatives coasting on their glory is over
Mduduzi Manana faces charges for allegedly assaulting his domestic worker

Mduduzi Manana faces charges for allegedly assaulting his domestic worker

The DA announced they have laid three criminal charges against ANC MP Mduduzi Manana. The charges are for extortion, bribery and corruption. This comes after Manana allegedly pushed his domestic worker down the stairs

Mduduzi Manana faces charges for allegedly assaulting his domestic worker
David Makhura announces rapid land release project for Gauteng

David Makhura announces rapid land release project for Gauteng

Gauteng’s premier, David Makhura spoke at the Eldorado Park stadium in the south of Johannesburg, in hopes of calming growing tension in the area which has seen many violent protests of late by residents wanting land and housing.

David Makhura announces rapid land release project for Gauteng
Philly Mapulane tells Supra in an open letter to "do the honourable thing"

Philly Mapulane tells Supra in an open letter to "do the honourable thing"

Former ANC national executive committee member Philly Mapulane has become increasingly vocal of his criticism of Jacob Zuma and his allies. Particularly of Supra Mahumapelo and has released an open letter to the premier.

Philly Mapulane tells Supra in an open letter to "do the honourable thing"
5 quotes that tell us that government is serious about land redistribution

5 quotes that tell us that government is serious about land redistribution

Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, the minister for rural land redistribution plans on using the existing legal framework to fast-track land reform. These plans will be used in conjunction with the proposed changes to the constitution.

5 quotes that tell us that government is serious about land redistribution
Stop blaming apartheid for what the ANC has done wrong

Stop blaming apartheid for what the ANC has done wrong

Wouter Wessels has called for South Africa to stop blaming apartheid for what the ANC is doing wrong. He has cited examples of alleged corruption and fraud within the current administration, stating these are affecting the poor

Stop blaming apartheid for what the ANC has done wrong
Deadline pushed back for written submissions on land expropriation without compensation

Deadline pushed back for written submissions on land expropriation without compensation

The deadline for written submissions for changes to Section 25 of land expropriation without compensation has been extended. This is due to the overwhelming number of submissions that have already been received.

Deadline pushed back for written submissions on land expropriation without compensation
Nqaba Bhanga accuses Phumulo Masualle of factionalism after axing of MECs

Nqaba Bhanga accuses Phumulo Masualle of factionalism after axing of MECs

After the recent upset when Eastern Cape Premier Phumulo Masualle fired four of his cabinet members, Eastern Cape Democratic Alliance leader, Nqaba Bhanga, has spoken up about what he refers to as factionalism in the ANC.

Nqaba Bhanga accuses Phumulo Masualle of factionalism after axing of MECs
Ramaphosa fails to unite ANC as factionalism still threatens to split party

Ramaphosa fails to unite ANC as factionalism still threatens to split party

One of Cyril Ramaphosa’s biggest challenges, when he became the president of the ANC, was uniting the party. With provincial and regional elective conferences looming, factionalism continues to threaten to split the party.

Ramaphosa fails to unite ANC as factionalism still threatens to split party
Limpopo citizens outraged by ANC’s failure to build any RDP house in 4 years

Limpopo citizens outraged by ANC’s failure to build any RDP house in 4 years

Residents of Limpopo have been outraged by the startling revelation that the ANC led provincial government has failed to build a single social housing unit in the last four years. The revelation was made in Parliament.

Limpopo citizens outraged by ANC’s failure to build any RDP house in 4 years
AKA wants the ANC and EFF to join forces for a better South Africa

AKA wants the ANC and EFF to join forces for a better South Africa

Kiernan Forbes, best known by his stage name AKA, has opened up about his political views. As most know, the South African rapper supports the ANC, but he added he an alliance with the EFF "would be the greatest thing".

AKA wants the ANC and EFF to join forces for a better South Africa
Wendy Nelson appointed acting NW premier as Supra takes leave of absence

Wendy Nelson appointed acting NW premier as Supra takes leave of absence

The ANC North West PEC has made it clear that premier Supra Mahumapelo has not quit or resigned and is simply taking a leave of absence. Fraud accused provincial Finance MEC Wendy Nelson has been sworn as the acting premier.

Wendy Nelson appointed acting NW premier as Supra takes leave of absence
ANC says it will organise a peaceful march in support of Supra

ANC says it will organise a peaceful march in support of Supra

Supra has thumbed the top ANC members who called for his resignation stating he only takes orders from the ANC – and by this he means the PEC ANC who have stood in support of him. He is accused of corruption and maladministration

ANC says it will organise a peaceful march in support of Supra
ANC Councillor Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years in jail after assault conviction

ANC Councillor Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years in jail after assault conviction

After attacking a former member of the mayoral committee, ANC Councillor Andile Lungisa was given a sentence of 2 years in prison. Lungisa pleaded not guilty but damning video footage of the assault sealed his fate.

ANC Councillor Andile Lungisa sentenced to 2 years in jail after assault conviction
North West premier Supra Mahumapelo defiantly retracts resignation

North West premier Supra Mahumapelo defiantly retracts resignation

The embattled premier of the North West province, Supra Mahumapelo, has had a dramatic and defiant change of heart regarding his decision to resign. Mahumapelo was due to officially announce his resignation this morning.

North West premier Supra Mahumapelo defiantly retracts resignation
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