Motsoeneng facing legal bills after failing in bid to halt disciplinary hearing
The loss clears the way for Hlaudi Motsoeneng's disciplinary hearing to begin next week.
Students plan more protests over women abuse
They say they are taking a stand in the wake of gruesome attacks and abductions of women, students and the LGBTI community.
Students march against violence towards women, LGBTI community
Students say they are taking a stand in the wake of gruesome attacks and abductions of women, students and members of the LGBTI community.
Cosatu: Sdumo Dlamini’s attendance at Zuma’s party not discussed
Cosatu held a briefing following its special central executive committee meeting, which decided to bar President Jacob Zuma from addressing any of its gatherings.
Cosatu to ask ANC to send Ramaphosa to its events
The union has taken a decision to bar President Jacob Zuma from addressing its activities.
'ANC deployed Zuma to Cosatu May Day rally knowing he’d be booed'
Cosatu says it told the ANC that some unions didn't want President Jacob Zuma to address workers at May Day rally.
‘Allowing Zuma to address May Day rally was inconsistent with our position’
The move to bar President Jacob Zuma from addressing Cosatu members comes after he was booed and heckled at the May Day rally.
Cosatu bars Zuma from addressing its events
The decision comes after President Jacob Zuma was booed and heckled during Cosatu's main May Day Rally in Bloemfontein earlier this month and prevented from addressing workers.
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.
Ramaphosa saddened by state capture claims in SACC report
The SACC said last week that the country is just a few inches away from becoming a mafia state, from which there will be no return.
Ramaphosa: SA must avoid ‘mafia state’ fate
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on the ANC to act with urgency on the report by the SACC.
‘Moody’s concerned the ANC will split’
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says when he met with the rating agency, they told him the signs in the ANC point to a possible split.
Solly Mapaila calls on ANC to ‘control’ Zuma
The second deputy general secretary of the SACP has accused President Zuma of disregarding ANC policies regarding the succession debate.
SACP expresses dissatisfaction with ANC
The party’s general secretary says the state the ANC is in now doesn't make them proud of the movement.
Mantashe: Saying 'put the country ahead of ANC' is problematic
Speaking at the SACP's national imbizo, the ANC’s secretary general Gwede Mantashe says ANC MPs must know where their loyalties lie.
Nzimande: Molefe's reappointment absurd, perverse
Blade Nzimande has told those attending the SACP imbizo that they are not happy with how the ANC handled the reappoint of Brian Molefe to Eskom.
SACP says ANC is reason behind its imbizo
Delegates will be given a platform to share their views and put forward possible solutions to the problems facing the ANC and SA.
SACC: Govt has lost moral legitimacy
SACC’s general secretary Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana says their report demonstrates that the country is slowly becoming a mafia state.