Malema calls for arrest of Duduzane Zuma
EFF leader Julius Malema says Zuma junior has been implicated in the state capture and he must be brought to book.
Malema credits EFF’s role in politics for country’s state
Julius Malema says when they arrived in Parliament the EFF made sure that former president Jacob Zuma was held accountable for money he owed to the country.
Joburg businesswoman arrested for illegal power connection
It's alleged that the property owes the City of Joburg about half a million rand for rates and services.
Ramaphosa urges SADC countries to work together
Ramaphosa says as chairperson of the organisation, he will be focusing more on the industrialisation of the region to ensure greater economic growth.
Girl (16) critically injured after falling off horse
ER24 paramedics say the patient was found with the onsite medics at the scene upon their arrival at the farm.
SAAPAM chief editor ‘threatened’ after rejection of some articles
Professor Herbert Maserumule recently received a letter which contained a bullet, apparently signalling his death.
Ramaphosa ‘aims to renew’ SA’s friendship with SADC countries
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the Southern African Development Community is playing a major role in ensuring stability in the region.
City of Joburg director dismissed for unlawful grant awards
This comes after a disciplinary hearing found him guilty of dishonesty and serious contravention of the Municipal Finance Management Act.
DA says Guptas used fraudulent BEE papers to secure Eskom contracts
The opposition party says it will be laying a complaint at the BBBEE commissioner's office on Monday about this.
SACP expresses concern over Hawks’ raid at Jacques Pauw’s home
The Hawks says this week’s operation was part of an investigation into the State Security Agency's case against Pauw, who's accused of revealing confidential information.
Mahumapelo: Motsoaledi remarks on Mediosa clinic ‘unfortunate’
Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Friday described the Mediosa clinic contract as a mobile ATM card used by the Gupta family to withdraw money from government.
Nehawu welcomes Hawks raid of NC legislature
Nehawu has opened a case is in relation to the non-pensionable allowance allegedly paid to the secretary of the legislature which amounts to over R360,000 and a further R13,800 paid on a monthly basis.
NUM backs Mantashe to help end labour disputes at Gupta mines
Optimum Coal and Koornfontein mine failed to pay workers' salaries last week due to the Bank of Baroda's decision to pull out of the country.
Section27 to approach parly committee on Budget proposals
Concerns have been raised about taxation measures proposed in the speech particularly, VAT and fuel levy increases.
NUM members to strike at Gupta-owned Koornfontein mine
The union says mine management at Koornfontein promised to pay them on Sunday, but that has not happened.
Parly calls for calm after Ngcobo tragedy, condemns CRL chair’s remarks
Parliament has described as unfortunate the comments made by the chairperson of the CRL Commission Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva on the police killings.
DA: 57 police officers in family violence unit have criminal records
The DA says their crimes include culpable homicide, common assault, assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm, and one instance of pointing a firearm.
Another Gupta-owned mine fails to pay employees
Members of the NUM at the Koornfontein coal mine say management promised to pay them on Sunday morning after failing to pay them on Friday but so far no one has received their salary.