Sarb cuts growth forecast, keeps repo rate at 7%
The bank says that the decision by two ratings agencies to drop our rating to junk status has had a big impact on their forecasts.
SA at the brink of becoming Mafia state, Guptas at the centre
A report compiled by SACC and a nine academics explains how Gigaba helped setup a network centred around operations by Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family.
'SA has experienced a silent coup'
A new report says that a power elite centred around Jacob Zuma has built a symbiotic relationship between the constitutional state and the shadow state to execute this coup.
City of Joburg suspects tampering in billing system failure
Officials say over 400,000 account holders will not receive their bills for the month of April after the automated system suffered a major failure.
420,000 JHB residents won’t receive bills this month
The city says a major part of its billing system has failed and nearly a 100,000 other account statements have been issued incorrectly.
Eskom: ‘Questions are aplenty, answers are all over the show’
Eskom failed at convincing Parliament’s public enterprises committee on the reinstatement of Brian Molefe as Eskom CEO, with the ANC equating their response 'perjury'.
ANC in Parly ‘shocked’ over Makhosi Khoza's alleged threats
Khoza said she felt it was not safe to visit her children in Durban after the ANCYL eThekwini region posted her home address on Facebook.
ANC: Eskom's response to Parly on Molefe amounts to perjury
The ANC has called for government and Parliament to deal decisively with what it calls an ‘irrational and untenable’ situation.
[ANALYSIS] Politics in the Age of Lies
Stephen Grootes says ahead of December’s ANC leadership contest it’s getting harder than ever to determine fact from well-orchestrated fiction.
Cosatu to decide on whether Zuma is welcome at its events
If union leaders have decided that Zuma can’t address another Cosatu event, that will mean he will not be welcome at the federation’s central committee that starts next week.
Cosatu CEC discusses whether to allow Zuma to ever address any of its meetings
Members of Cosatu said Jacob Zuma should not have been allowed to speak at the federation's May Day celebrations in the first place.
KZN ANCYL: Khoza threat claim ‘manufactured’ to gain public sympathy
Khoza said she had been unable to visit her children in Durban because ANCYL’s eThekwini region had threatened her.
[ANALYSIS] The DA’s moment in the maelstrom
Stephen Grootes says whether the DA is able to overcome several challenges in its way could well tell us what could happen in two years’ time.
Gauteng ANC calls for Brian Molefe to leave Eskom
Brian Molefe returned to Megawatt Park last week after Eskom’s board claimed that his resignation last year was an early retirement.
Ramaphosa: ANC split shall not happen
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says while he is confident the party won't split, work must be done to unite it.
Holomisa: Coalition project too important to be undermined by squabbles
UDM leader Bantu Holomisa confirmed he'll be holding a meeting with the DA’s top leaders on Monday.
Regulating party funding could change political landscape - My Vote Counts
My Vote Count's Janine Ogle says if people knew who funded their political parties they could make a more informed decision.
ANCYL tells Kodwa to stop ‘attacking’ ANN7
Kodwa’s being slammed for his comment after ANN7 claimed his statement on Brian Molefe had not been sanctioned by senior party leaders.