Another charge added to Thulsie twins' case
Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie were arrested at their homes in Johannesburg in July last year and accused of planning attacks on Jewish and American interests in the country.
Zuma considering four candidates for ConCourt judge slot
After consulting with the chief justice and leaders of the parties represented in the National Assembly, President Jacob Zuma will appoint the new judge.
Motsoeneng's lawyers confirm letter from SABC outlining charges
Hlaudi Motsoeneng's lawyer Zola Majavu says they received a letter on Friday and intend responding by end of business on Monday.
Activist group vows to continue protest against Gupta family event
A religious discourse on the teachings of lord Krishna is being held at the military museum near the Gupta's compound in Saxonwold.
Motlanthe won’t be drawn on Zuma no confidence debate
Last month, Motlanthe spoke at Ahmed Kathrada’s funeral, quoting the late stalwart’s letter in which he asked President Jacob Zuma to resign.
‘No sanctions in Parliament for Shivambu to face over comments’
EFF's Floyd Shivambu has been referred to Parliament's disciplinary committee for refusing to withdraw a comment last year.
Laws on land ownership among key concerns raised by citizens - Motlanthe
Kgalema Motlanthe is leading a high-level panel on the assessment of the country's legislation.
Motsoeneng maintains controversial policies were good for SA
Hlaudi Motsoeneng says it’s up to SABC interim board to keep or scrap his 90% local content rule but maintains that it's a good policy for SA.
I'd have SA's vote if I ran for president - Motsoeneng
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has also indicated that he could go into politics because he represents the majority of South Africans and their interests.
Motsoeneng: 90% local content policy good for South Africans
Suspended SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng claims to represent the majority of South Africans and says he’s confident that he’ll be successful during his disciplinary hearing.
Motsoeneng: I won’t apologise for decisions I made as SABC COO
Hlaudi Motsoeneng says all those making noises about the SABC’s 90% local content policy want to ensure that black people are not empowered.
DA expects probe into Brian Molefe’s R30m payout to start this week
The DA says they've asked the Public Protector to investigate what they think is a highly irregular payout to Molefe after just 18 months at the helm of Eskom.
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng to address media
The former SABC chief operations officer is expected to speak on a range of issues, including the 90% local content rule that he implemented last year.
Ramaphosa pledges support for Gigaba ahead of US investor tour
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba briefed deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on his scheduled visit to the USA for the forthcoming IMF and World Bank spring meetings.
BLSA requests meeting with Zuma over trust between business, govt
BLSA has blamed Jacob Zuma for recent downgrades following what it calls his "ill-considered decision" to reshuffle his Cabinet.
Unit at Koeberg Station shut down for maintenance
Eskom says it has closed unit two on Tuesday as part of general maintenance across its generating fleet.
Ramaphosa throws weight behind Gigaba as he embarks on US trip
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is scheduled to visit the US for the forthcoming International Monetary Fund & World Bank meetings.
Malusi Gigaba on a mission to win investors’ trust
Malusi Gigaba will have to convince international investors of his ability to be finance minister after the country was downgraded to junk status.