Mbalula condemns ‘youth culture allowing young women to live party life’
Mbalula says there's a distorted youth culture in South Africa, which plays a part in gender based violence.
'March to police stations that turn back victims of gender-based violence'
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says NGOs have continuously complained about the lack of professionalism with officers who reject gender-based violence victims.
Silicosis class action lawsuit 'being handled' out of court
They've provisionally set aside between $30 million and $100 million for a possible settlement.
Silicosis lawsuit: Mining companies hope to settle out of court
Six mining companies, including Sibanye Gold and Anglo American, have provisionally set aside around up to R100 million for a possible settlement.
'Protectionist policies by some developed countries threaten globalisation'
President Zuma says saying African countries need to diversify and expand their own economy, adding that there are threats to globalisation currently.
Zuma: African economies forced to bear brunt of international developments
Banking delegates have gathered for the opening of this year’s governors’ symposium.
Bathabile Dlamini ‘proud’ of Zuma
ANC Women’s League President Bathabile Dlamini says she still doesn't understand why there’s concern around Zuma.
Zuma calls for women abusers to be prosecuted
Zuma seemed in good spirits, singing along with the crowd but also raising crucial issues affecting women, such as abuse.
Speakers at Women’s Day event sing praises for Zuma
Jacob Zuma himself made no mention of Tuesday's secret ballot but ANCWL's Bathabile Dlamini assured him that those trying to remove him are not against the entire ANC.
Business as usual for Zuma after no confidence vote
Zuma survived a motion of no confidence vote on Tuesday which saw 198 members of Parliament voting for him to stay and 177 voting for him to go
Holomisa concerned Mbete hasn’t made decision on motion vote
Bantu Holomisa says the parties are ready for the march and are expecting ordinary South Africans to join calls to have Zuma removed.
Union shocked by looming job cuts at Sibanye Gold
Sibanye Gold announced on Thursday that it intends to retrench around 7,400 workers at its Gauteng and Free State operations.
Zwane has 14 days to explain failure to file answering affidavit
High Court Judge Ramarumo Monama has criticised Zwane for showing disrespect to the court and the Constitution, saying his actions damaged the country’s brand.
'We are ready for marches ahead of Zuma no confidence debate'
Bantu Holomisa says while they are ready for the debate, they are concerned Baleka Mbete has not announced her decision whether the vote will be done in secret.
Atul Gupta admits family has no experience in railway industry
An investigation by amaBhungane and the 'Daily Maverick' in June claimed the Gupta family entered kickback agreements totalling R5.3 billion with China South Rail.
Atul Gupta: Ramaphosa misinformed on family's role in state capture
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa is one of a few senior government and African National Congress officials who have called out the Gupta family for state capture.
'I'm proudly South African'
Gupta says his family is in South Africa for good and it’s monopoly capital that is trying to discredit the family through fake news.
SAPS: Strike won't affect 10111 call centre operations
The strike follows a deadlock in talks between the union and police management.