The EFF has revealed it would investigate and go-after former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene’s son, Siyabonga Nene, over allegations that he and his business partner benefited from the Public Investment Corporation.
South Africans were left wondering why Tito Mboweni accepted the role of Finance Minister after he said he wasn't available for it. Mboweni has been outspoken about the government needing new blood in important posts.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has defended himself against growing allegations of improper conduct with regards to his relationship with the infamous Gupta family and their various business partners and associates.
A former high-ranking official from the department of home affairs told MPs that he was ordered by Minister Malusi Gigaba’s office to assist in the fast-tracking of visa applications for the Guptas and their associates.
Police Minister Bheki Cele has officially revoked his predecessor’s official VIP protection services. According to Parliamentary records, Fikile Mbalula continued to receive protection services for around four months afterwards.
South Africa's Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene recently called for President Ramaphosa to fire him from his post and it got quite the reaction from South Africans. There are a number of candidates who could replace Nene.
Professor Jonathan Jansen, the rector and vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State shared his opinion on the Nene saga. It seems South Africa is torn in two - half wants Nene to be fired, the others want to forgive him.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has asked South Africa's president to fire him. This comes after Nene has been under public and political pressure since his testimony at the state capture inquiry. SA rejected his apology.
The EFF wants Finance Minister Nene to quit his job before they will accept his public apology. Minister Nene wrote a letter to apologise for his conduct and behaviour with the Gupta family. He admitted he was wrong.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene responded to the shocked reaction of South Africans to his testimony at the state capture inquiry. Nene wrote a written apology to South Africans in which he admits he was in the wrong.
Nhlanhla Nene's testimony at the Zondo Commission painted the picture of a desperate Zuma trying to get as much done as possible before losing power. According to Nene, Zuma even used conspiracy theories to get his way.
The EFF continued their long-standing feud with Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene on Tuesday evening when the party gave a scathing reaction to the testimony Nene gave at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has called on Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene to resign from his position in the cabinet immediately after he completes his testimony at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture on Wednesday.
Minister of Finance Nhlanhla Nene will appear before the state capture inquiry commission on Wednesday and will address his meetings with the Guptas. Nene met with the notorious family on more than one occasion.
Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, denies having links to the Gupta family and tried to prove it on social media. Gigaba hosted an hour-long Twitter Q&A session in an attempt to clear his name in the public eye.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene will be revealing all when he testifies at the state capture inquiry. According to Nene, the then-president Jacob Zuma got angry when his plans weren't approved by the National Treasury.
A luxury apartment building in Cape Town has been renovated for the use of government officials. The renovations cost the public works department R103 million to complete. Ministers and deputy ministers will use the apartments.
Thuso Mbedu made South Africa proud again with her second International Emmy Award nomination. SA's Arts and Culture minister Nathi Mthethwa was so proud that he took to social media to congratulate the actress.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is facing calls from opposition parties and civil society organisations such as the Black Sash and Freedom Under Law to fire the minister for women in the Presidency Bathabile Dlamini.
The Department of Home Affairs has confirmed that Malusi Gigaba has started legal proceedings against respected author and media personality Redi Tlhabi. Gigaba is suing Tlhabi for deformation after she refused to apologise.
The Southern African Tourism Services Association says Minister Malusi Gigaba's new visa regulations are confusing.Gigaba's changes are meant to make the visa process much easier.The changes are aimed to enhance the tourism sector
Things went bad during a meeting that was meant to sort out issues revolving around a mining venture in the Wild Coast. An argument between mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe and attorney Richard Spoor got very heated.