Battle for DA's future: Who will succeed James Selfe as fedco chair?
The two factions within the party are represented through the main contenders for the position of federal council chair, Helen Zille and Athol Trollip.
Cosatu calls for removal of Eskom board amid load shedding
Eskom will be implementing stage 1 load shedding for the third time on Friday morning, further frustrating South Africans and crippling businesses.
DA unable to say whether its CEO Paul Boughey resigned over infighting
His departure comes ahead of the party’s Federal Council this weekend where a report commissioned into the DA’s dismal performance in this year’s elections will be discussed.
Experts warn load shedding costing SA’s productive economy about R2bn a day
Eskom said it was forced to do this to avoid a total collapse of the electricity grid, citing capacity problems.
DA CEO Paul Boughey resigns
In his resignation letter, Boughey - who had been CEO for the DA for five years - said that he had reached an agreement with the party in principle to resign.
PIC probing claims that Survé’s Sekunjalo is moving assets abroad
The PIC said it took these claims seriously and would take the necessary precautions to safeguard the funds it invested in Sekunjalo and its subsidiary Ayo Technology Solutions.
Victims of VBS bank looting urged to pursue civil action
Limpopo had the highest number of municipalities that illegally invested with the now-defunct bank, losing R1.2 billion.
Dudu Myeni is on her own as SAA refuses to pay her legal fees
Myeni claimed that she didn’t organise legal representation because she thought that SAA would arrange a lawyer for her, given that her role as the company’s board chair was being questioned.
Parly committee: Limpopo officials suspended over VBS looting still being paid
Committee chairperson Faith Muthambi said municipalities in Limpopo continued to lose money due to the lengthy suspensions of municipal officials who were involved in decisions to invest in VBS Bank.
Lawyer: Zuma exercising his right to challenge unfavourable ruling
The former president - who faces charges of corruption, money laundering and racketeering linked to the multi-billion-rand Arms Deal - was given 15 days to file court papers explaining why he believed a different court would dismiss his corruption case.
ANCYL mum on how much debt it had
The organisation announced that it was on track with its plans to hold a national conference in March.
Zuma finally gets his day in court as trial to get under way
On Friday, a full bench of judges dismissed his application for a permanent stay of prosecution, saying he failed to prove to the court that there are no reasonable and probable grounds for his successful prosecution.
Reputational harm goes hand-in-hand with being charged, court tells Zuma
When Jacob Zuma argued for this corruption case to be struck from the roll, he claimed his reputation had been damaged badly as a result of the unreasonable delays in getting the case to trial.
Zuma partly to blame for delays in corruption case, says court
Earlier on Friday, the court dismissed former President Jacob Zuma's application for the case to be struck off the roll meaning his trial is expected to start next week Tuesday.
‘It’s a political vendetta’: Zuma’s supporters disappointed over trial
Black First Land First president Andile Mngxitama said Jacob Zuma was a victim of a political plot.
We're with you in spirit, Baba: Zuma supporters say they won't go to court
Jacob Zuma, who is facing charges of corruption, money laundering and racketeering related to the multi-billion-rand arms deal, will find out if his corruption case will be dismissed.
Will Jacob Zuma's corruption case be dismissed or will he face the music?
The Pietermaritzburg High Court will deliver judgment in his application for a permanent stay of prosecution.
NW Gambling Board paid over R1m to companies linked to its chair
Documents in EWN’s possession show that the companies were paid with funds meant to develop the community.