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Julius Malema accused of abusing party funds by a second EFF MP

Second EFF MP comes out to accuse Julius Malema of abusing funds

Julius Malema accused of abusing party funds by a second EFF MP
Democratic Alliance blames farm attacks on COPE leader Mosiuoa Lekota

Democratic Alliance blames farm attacks on COPE leader Mosiuoa Lekota

John Steenhuisen recently blamed Mosiuoa Lekota for the spike in rural attacks. The DA Chief Whip says the commando system, disbanded by Lekota, has left the areas vulnerable.

Democratic Alliance blames farm attacks on COPE leader Mosiuoa Lekota
Minister Zulu: Foreigners in SA illegally must stay in their countries

Minister Zulu: Foreigners in SA illegally must stay in their countries

Minister Lindiwe Zulu is encouraging foreigners who do not have permission to be in South Africa to stay in their origin countries to avoid displacement.

Minister Zulu: Foreigners in SA illegally must stay in their countries
Load-shedding, plans and plants: 5 Facts about Gordhan's Eskom briefing

Load-shedding, plans and plants: 5 Facts about Gordhan's Eskom briefing

Minister Pravin Gordhan has updated South Africans on the current state of affairs at Eskom. Here are 5 facts from the briefing you need to know.

Load-shedding, plans and plants: 5 Facts about Gordhan's Eskom briefing
Minister Nomvula Mokonyane's husband Serge has passed away

Minister Nomvula Mokonyane's husband Serge has passed away

Minister Nomvula Mokonyane's husband has passed away after a month-long stay in hospital. The family has requested privacy at this time.

Minister Nomvula Mokonyane's husband Serge has passed away
COPE: Ramaphosa and ministers must pay for fuel to feel the pain

COPE: Ramaphosa and ministers must pay for fuel to feel the pain

COPE insists that President Cyril Ramaphosa and his ministers should pay for their own fuel after the steep increase. The party wants them to feel the pain they inflict on citizens.

COPE: Ramaphosa and ministers must pay for fuel to feel the pain
Hawks raid home and office of Mayor Bobani and seize wife's laptop

Hawks raid home and office of Mayor Bobani and seize wife's laptop

The Hawks have raided the home and offices of Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Mongameli Bobani. During the raids, his wife's laptop had been confiscated.

Hawks raid home and office of Mayor Bobani and seize wife's laptop
ANC Deputy Secretary General Jessie Duarte verbally attacks journalist

ANC Deputy Secretary General Jessie Duarte verbally attacks journalist

Jessie Duarte verbally attacked a journalist who had evidently touched a raw nerve when he asked her about the ANC's candidates list.

ANC Deputy Secretary General Jessie Duarte verbally attacks journalist
State Capture: Investigator confirms upgrades at Mantashe's home

State Capture: Investigator confirms upgrades at Mantashe's home

An investigator from the state capture inquiry has confirmed BOSASA security upgrades at Minister Gwede Mantashe's Eastern Cape home.

State Capture: Investigator confirms upgrades at Mantashe's home
Hitman Ferdi Barnard a free man after serving 20 years in prison

Hitman Ferdi Barnard a free man after serving 20 years in prison

Ferdinand Barnard, the apartheid-era assassin and agent, has been released on parole today after spending the last 20 years behind bars.

Hitman Ferdi Barnard a free man after serving 20 years in prison
Democratic Alliance and Cyril Ramaphosa clash over Eskom report

Democratic Alliance and Cyril Ramaphosa clash over Eskom report

The Democratic Alliance is demanding that a report detailing the outcome of an investigation into Eskom must be released; however, Ramaphosa claims the report doesn't exist.

Democratic Alliance and Cyril Ramaphosa clash over Eskom report
Pressure mounting for Free State officials involved in state capture

Pressure mounting for Free State officials involved in state capture

The pressure is mounting for Free State officials implicated in state capture. The Zondo Commission is sending a team to the province to ensure co-operation.

Pressure mounting for Free State officials involved in state capture
Plan in place to give foreigners healthcare but ANC keeping quiet

Plan in place to give foreigners healthcare but ANC keeping quiet

Aaron Motsoaledi has announced a plan to treat foreigners in the public health sector, but the ANC is keeping the details a secret.

Plan in place to give foreigners healthcare but ANC keeping quiet
Nomvula Mokonyane wants to give honest testimony at Zondo Commission

Nomvula Mokonyane wants to give honest testimony at Zondo Commission

Minister Nomvula Mokonyane is intent on not only testifying before the Zondo Commission, but using the oppurtunity to clear her name.

Nomvula Mokonyane wants to give honest testimony at Zondo Commission
Lindiwe Zulu feels confident ANC will survive Ramaphosa-BOSASA drama

Lindiwe Zulu feels confident ANC will survive Ramaphosa-BOSASA drama

Minister Lindiwe Zulu says that the BOSASA-Ramaphosa saga is simply a storm the ANC needs to overcome. The Small Business Minister called for unity in the party to begin renewal.

Lindiwe Zulu feels confident ANC will survive Ramaphosa-BOSASA drama
Finance minister says the ANC has failed to remove apartheid systems

Finance minister says the ANC has failed to remove apartheid systems

Tito Mboweni has caused waves after saying that the ANC has failed to remove apartheid systems in the government, settling for compromises instead.

Finance minister says the ANC has failed to remove apartheid systems
Eyebrows raised at Jeff Radebe’s mystery R14b South Sudan oil deal

Eyebrows raised at Jeff Radebe’s mystery R14b South Sudan oil deal

Energy Minister Jeff Radebe has been linked to a mystery R14.5 billion oil deal in South Sudan. The minister made an investment pledge that doesn't sit well with other members of the government.

Eyebrows raised at Jeff Radebe’s mystery R14b South Sudan oil deal
Cabinet reduction allegedly in store for ANC if they win the elections

Cabinet reduction allegedly in store for ANC if they win the elections

President Ramaphosa apparently has plans to make his cabinet a lot smaller and only make deputy-minister appointments that are justified. These plans are set to take place after the elections if the ANC remains ruling party.

Cabinet reduction allegedly in store for ANC if they win the elections
Organisation to lay charges against Pravin Gordhan over load-shedding

Organisation to lay charges against Pravin Gordhan over load-shedding

If the lobby group, People Against Load Shedding, has its way, Minister of Public Enterprises, Pravin Gordhan, will face criminal charges over the current load-shedding that South Africa is suffering under.

Organisation to lay charges against Pravin Gordhan over load-shedding
Lia, liar, pants of fire: Expert says SA is in Stage 5 load-shedding

Lia, liar, pants of fire: Expert says SA is in Stage 5 load-shedding

Ted Blom, energy expert, is adamant that Eskom is being dishonest about the current load-shedding stage. Blom says the current amount of supply being shed places South Africa in stage 5.

Lia, liar, pants of fire: Expert says SA is in Stage 5 load-shedding
Eskom COO says they only have themselves to blame for load-shedding

Eskom COO says they only have themselves to blame for load-shedding

The COO of Eskom said that no one is to blame for the situation at the entity more than Eskom itself. Pravin Gordhan could give no definite answer as to when load-shedding will come to an end.

Eskom COO says they only have themselves to blame for load-shedding
Oh the irony: Load-shedding leaves Eskom's power briefing in darkness

Oh the irony: Load-shedding leaves Eskom's power briefing in darkness

In an ironic turn of events, a media briefing on the issues facing Eskom has been hit by load-shedding. Minister Pravin Gordhan is expected to address the problems as the nation experiences blackouts.

Oh the irony: Load-shedding leaves Eskom's power briefing in darkness
No more first class flights for national executives - Ayanda Dlodlo

No more first class flights for national executives - Ayanda Dlodlo

Public Service and Administration Minister, Ayanda Dlodlo, has announced that the time that national executives flew first class is over. This is part of the plan to lower the high public service wage bill.

No more first class flights for national executives - Ayanda Dlodlo
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