'Treasury still looking for money to fund free higher education'
Finance Minister spokesperson Mayihlome Tshwete says the department is working towards funding mechanisms.
Maimane: Zuma impeachment process should start as soon as possible
Parliament has now been ordered to develop rules which will give effect to Section 89 of the Constitution dealing with the president's removal.
Maimane: The DA has never bullied smaller parties
In 2017, the EFF criticised the DA for removing the UDM’s Mongameli Bobani as Deputy Mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay, saying the party was using 'pure bullying' tactics.
Saftu mulls formation of workers' party
Saftu’s General-Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says discussions around the workers' party are underway.
'Zuma must clarify free education plan, or else chaos is imminent'
On the eve of the ANC’s elective conference in December, the president announced that government would provide free education for students from poor & working-class households.
ANC stalwarts hope for improved relations with new party leadership
Former ANC President Jacob Zuma had previously lashed out at the veterans for publicly speaking out about the party's problems.
Cosas calls for end to publication of matric results
Cosas has called for an end to the publication of matric results, saying they will punish newspapers who do so.
ANC stalwarts call on party to embrace unity
ANC stalwarts have called on the ruling party to commit to doing things differently if it wants to perform well in 2019’s general elections.
'No winners in ConCourt judgment on Zuma impeachment'
Parliament’s Moloto Mothapo says this is not a victory for the applicants as they too are members of the National Assembly.
Samwu: Plan to increase councillor perks means there is money for pay hikes
Samwu spokesperson Papiki Mohale says that if municipalities can afford to splash out on these perks, they can afford the demanded 15% wage increase as well as R10,000 minimum wage for its workers by July 2018.
SACP has ‘no regret’ over coalition with ANC in Metsimaholo
The communist party has been slammed for joining forces with the ruling party after it promised voters it would be an alternative to the ANC government.
ConCourt to deliver Zuma impeachment ruling on Friday
Judgment was reserved in September after the EFF approached the court seeking a declaratory order to direct Parliament to consider Jacob Zuma’s conduct.
Glebelands murder suspect to face more charges
The suspect was initially charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition.
M1 North, South double-decker section to be closed off for NYE celebrations
The Johannesburg Roads Agency says this is to ensure the safety of officials as well as of road users.
Suspect in Glebelands murders remanded in custody after court appearance
KZN police say they believe the suspect is linked to the murder of Tholakele Ngcangcatha, who was shot and killed at the hostel about four months ago.
UCT students seek clarity from Zuma on implementation of free education
Earlier this month, President Jacob Zuma announced that the government will subsidize free higher education for poor and working-class students.
ANC stalwarts renew calls for Zuma to be recalled
The stalwarts have previously blamed the president for what they call the deteriorating state of the party.
'ANC to make room for land expropriation in Constitution'
The ANC national conference says it has agreed that the Constitution must be amended to achieve land expropriation without compensation.