SACP, ANC & Cosatu alliance meeting underway at Luthuli House
Cosatu and the SACP have called for President Jacob Zuma to step down and each alliance is putting forward its issues.
SACP & Cosatu ready to explain why they believe Zuma should step down
The meeting of the alliance political council comes just a week after President Zuma fired SACP general-secretary Blade Nzimande from his Cabinet.
Gauteng Education Dept: Law taking its course in sex abuse case
It still remains to be seen whether the principal and teachers from a Soweto school where a patroller allegedly sexually abused over 80 girls will be called as witnesses.
Calls for commission of inquiry into sexual assault cases in Gauteng schools
The DA is warning the case of the 57-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting over 80 girls at a Soweto school might not be isolated.
Orlando school guard accused of molesting pupils abandons bail bid
The 57-year-old scholar patrolman was handcuffed earlier this month when several pupils came forward.
SAHRC to meet with Mashaba, African Diaspora Forum over foreign nationals
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has been quoted saying that his department will only build housing for South Africans.
ANC in GP says in talks with Mahlangu about appearing at Esidimeni hearings
ANC in Gauteng says former health MEC Qedani Mahlangu has indicated that she doesn’t have a problem testifying.
SERI: JHB residents should push back against Mashaba’s xenophobic remarks
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute SERI says it’s up to people living in Johannesburg to decide how to support the human rights of everyone in South Africa.
Father of Esidimeni victim: Qedani Mahlangu must account for her actions
The Health Department moved hundreds of patients to illegal NGOs last year, resulting in the death of 141 psychiatric patients.
#Esidimeni: Mother recalls day she found daughter unconscious
Bertha Molefe says her daughter Sophia died shortly after she was abruptly discharged from the Life Esidimeni centre facility in Randfontein.
Sister of Esidimeni patient: ‘Moving patients was not in their best interest’
One hundred and forty-one psychiatric patients died after the health department terminated its contract with the Life Esidimeni group last year, moving patients to unlawful NGOs.
Energy expert: A nuclear deal would be illegal
The 'Sunday Times' reported that a top team from Russia visited President Jacob Zuma just before the surprise Cabinet reshuffle last week.
Corruption Watch: SA should be worried about SA-Russia nuclear deal
The NGO says South Africa should be worried because the idea of a nuclear deal has been met with much opposition.
Outa to head to court if nuclear deal is illegal
Outa says it agrees with Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba that South Africa is not able to carry the financial burden of a nuclear programme.
'Wake up and start focusing on all those corrupt activities'
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has again called on the country’s law enforcement bodies to act urgently against state capture.
Ramaphosa: Black people must not be bystanders of economic activity in SA
Ramaphosa says economic inclusion has come in different guises through phrases such as economic empowerment and the most recent one radical economic transformation.
Reports: Russian delegation met with Zuma before Cabinet reshuffle
The 'Sunday Times' is reporting that the instruction given to Zuma from this so-called top team is that he speed up and conclude a multibillion dollar nuclear deal with the Russians.
Ramaphosa: We all have role to play in order for SA to move forward
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says just by merely educating people potential and capability are unlocked.