Minister Kubayi: New SABC board to work without interference
The board will have to deal with many issues, including the recent extension of contracts of three acting SABC executives.
Zuma facing court action over failure to appoint new SABC board
President Jacob Zuma missed a deadline on Monday to oppose the advocacy group Media Monitoring Africa’s application in the High Court in Johannesburg.
‘ANC contestation should be done in democratic manner’
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma says the integrity and the unity of the ANC can only be restored through humility, commitment and focus.
Mbalula confident of making big arrests in KZN political murders
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says that around 40 people have been arrested since the establishment of a task team earlier this year.
SABC 8 call on Parliament to resolve ‘governance crisis’
The so-called SABC 8 have written an open letter raising concerns about several issues, including the delay in the appointments of a new board.
Lesufi urges parents ignore claims schools will not reopen tomorrow
A statement that has been circulated with the MEC's signature and the department's letterhead claiming schools will reopen on 16 October.
City Power working to restore electricity in GP northern suburbs
Many residents are without electricity this evening in the northern parts of Johannesburg after the delta substation lost power due to lightning.
ANC in KZN to allow NEC to reflect on KZN leadership appeal
The provincial leadership defied last week's decision by the NEC to consult lawyers first before deciding whether to appeal or disband the KZN structure.
Gordhan, Jonas condemn KPMG’s validation of state capture
Pravin Gordhan and Mcebisi Jonas have called on KPMG to be honest and transparent in its dealings, especially in South Africa.
Gordhan, Jonas meet with KPMG
The auditing firm has been in the spotlight after it cleared its SA leadership and withdrew its findings from a Sars unit report.
2 passengers due in court over OR Tambo bomb threats
It’s understood the suspects made the threats while talking to airline staff at a domestic check-in counter on Wednesday.
JMPD to maintain presence on Main Reef Road after hijackings
Officers say they tried to search two suspicious looking men in the area on Wednesday but they fled.
Mortar bomb suspects to appear in court
The trio were arrested on Wednesday in Robertsham after the Johannesburg Metro Police Department’s (JMPD) K9 unit acted on a tip-off.
ANCYL remembers ‘fearless fighter’ Sindiso Magaqa
Former ANCYL leader Sindiso Magaqa was shot two months ago in KwaZulu-Natal and succumbed to his wounds on Monday night.
Duduzane Zuma: I'm a likeable guy
In an interview with the BBC last night Zuma discussed several issues, including allegations of potentially corrupt meetings between the Guptas and several individuals serving under his father's leadership.
Duduzane Zuma has no regrets about relationship with Guptas
He’s refused to give a direct answer on the authenticity of the recently leaked Gupta emails that have shown how companies and people linked to the family benefitted improperly from government.
Angie Motshekga: ANCWL's claims petty
Former ANCWL president Angie Motshekga has hit back at her successor Bathabile Dlamini, saying allegations that she's trying to lead from the grave are inappropriate and illogical.
Parts of JHB without power after fire at a Randburg substation
Roosevelt Park and surrounds are currently without power due to the fire which has affected electricity supply.