SAA acting CEO suspended after 'snitching'
Acting SAA CEO Vuyisile Kona was allegedly suspended because he went over the heads of his superiors.
The people can rise up, say analysts
Analysts say a new party rooted in the middle or working classes could give the ANC a run for its money.
Limpopo premier may be sacked
EWN understands Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale may be fired by the ruling party.
Madonsela’s Nkandla report due in March
Thuli Madonsela will release her findings on President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home.
Govt warned about misleading public
Govt has been warned that misleading the public with false facts criticises its own credibility.
Nicholson stands by his CSA recommendations
Judge Chris Nicholson says his recommendations for the CSA board are tried and tested in several countries.
New anti-smoking laws to be introduced
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi wants to ban the display of cigarettes inside stores.
ANC to review teachers, health professionals salaries
The ANC has decided to set up a presidential commission to review teacher and health professional salaries.
Motlanthe ‘laughs’ at resignation reports
ANC says there is no rule which states its deputy president must be SA’s deputy.
Nationalisation, salaries discussed at Mangaung
The ANC rejects wholesale nationalisation and prefers the strategic use of state-owned companies.
Mangaung voting to get underway
Delegates at the ANC’s 53rd national conference are preparing to cast their ballots.
Manuel to quit active politics - report
The 'City Press' is reporting that Minister Trevor Manuel will take on a mentoring role.
All eyes on Motlanthe & Ramaphosa
Candidates will announce whether they will accept nominations to lead the ANC.
MK veterans to help with Mangaung security
The MKMVA will help with security at the ANC’s Mangaung conference which gets underway on 16 December.
Analyst: Ramaphosa nomination a reward
Cyril Ramaphosa has the opportunity to return to politics on the back of handling the Malema issue.
'Hate songs not driving away farmers'
Gwede Mantashe says farmers are not leaving SA because of hate songs, but money.
ANC, AfriForum reach 'Dubula iBhunu' deal
The parties reached an out-of-court settlement on the singing of the ‘Shoot the Boer’ song.
DA seeks watchdog for Zuma's bunker
The DA wants a review of the ministerial handbook to be finalised before the end of 2012.