Malema: Indigenous Zimbabweans should continue to own land
EFF leader Julius Malema was speaking in Ermelo in Mpumalanga, where he said basic human rights starts with land ownership.
EFF's Malema calls on SA to unite against VAT increase
EFF leader Julius Malema says that government should instead increase corporate tax to relieve the poor.
Michael Komape’s father wants to build library in honour of late son
Michael Komape died after drowning in a pit toilet at school.
'Journalists should not be threatened'
EFF leader Julius Malema has, however, warned that they will confront journalists who spread false news.
CoJ to hold training session on listeriosis for informal traders
Health and Social Development MMC Mpho Phalatse says informal traders will be informed about how to prepare and handle food in the light of the recent outbreak.
No reporting for duty for Eskom’s Suzanne Daniels amid new charges
New charges brought against Daniels include serious misconduct, distribution of confidential information and settlement of the McKinsey and Trillian matter.
MKMVA says concerns about Zuma trial ‘genuinely expressed’
The association has clapped back at National Association of Democratic Lawyers president Mvuso Notyesi, saying he misrepresented the MKMVA's earlier statement as an attack on the judiciary.
Ramaphosa congratulates Xi Jinping on presidential re-election
President Cyril Ramaphosa says Xi Jinping's re-election is a vote of confidence by the people of China for his sterling leadership as well as his ability to steer the Asian nation well into the future.
2 people killed on WC roads this weekend
At the same time, traffic officials arrested 33 drunk drivers during various roadblocks conducted in the Western Cape and the Johannesburg Metro Police have arrested eight motorists for speeding.
Sisulu to embark on continental visits in bid to strengthen ties
The department says the minister will also accompany President Cyril Ramaphosa to the extraordinary summit of the heads of state and government of the African Union in Rwanda.
Numsa condemns Greenpeace statement on IPP interdict
Greenpeace Africa has accused Numsa of inexplicably defending and protecting the coal industry, which disproportionately exploits people and natural resources in pursuit of profits.
GP Health Dept welcomes ruling that pathology workers must resume duties
The department applied for a court interdict against the striking forensic pathology employees to enable the families who wanted to bury their loved ones to do so.
Prof Phakeng commits to UCT’s vision on transformation
She's joined the University of Cape Town in July 2016 as the deputy-vice-chancellor of research and internationalisation.
Health Ministry confirms listeria presence at Rainbow Chicken plant in FS
This includes several areas of the production facility, including post-production areas which are a risk for product contamination.
Saftu: ANC must take responsibility for shielding Zuma on corruption charges
Saftu says there was a deliberate effort by the ruling party to ensure that no such charges were ever brought.
Motsoaledi condemns ‘misleading’ Rainbow Chicken statement on listeria
The company claims that tests conducted by an independent laboratory in France, have confirmed that its Volvehoek plant in Free State is clear of the listeria strain.
Ramaphosa arrives in Zimbabwe as part of two-nation tour
President Cyril Ramaphosa started his two-nation tour on Saturday morning by visiting Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi.
MKMVA says concerned Zuma will not get fair trial
The National Prosecuting Authority has decided to reinstate corruption charges against former president Jacob Zuma, setting the stage for yet another high-profile court battle involving him.