'Protectionist policies by some developed countries threaten globalisation'
President Zuma says saying African countries need to diversify and expand their own economy, adding that there are threats to globalisation currently.
Matlhomola Moshoeu: Family still in disbelief, want life sentence
The two farmers implicated in the teen’s murder Pieter Doorewaad and Phillip Schutte were granted bail, which resulted in public violence in Coligny.
ANC, Women’s League wish Zuma happy birthday
In a statement, the ruling party praised President Jacob Zuma for committing his life to the liberation struggle and for continuing the fight for economic freedom.
Shutdown of universities will have 'devastating effects'
Advocate Thuli Madonsela spoke about fee protests at the Ahmed Kathrada Lecture in Johannesburg.
#Braamfontein: Were Wits students part of group arrested during clashes?
Nine people were arrested and several students left injured following clashes in the area.
Frustration builds up at universities over fees
There have been protests at Wits, the University of Pretoria and University of Cape Town today.
[WATCH] Families’ anguish as illegal Langlaagte miners remain trapped
Family and friends of the trapped illegal miners at the Langlaagte mine say the rescue mission is a race against time.
‘Leadership resigning because of poor results not a farfetched idea’
Gwede Mantashe says the ANC has looked into international trends that relate to party leadership resigning.
Zuma security slammed for manhandling #RememberKhwezi protesters
Powa says the manner in which security removed the women was unnecessarily violent.
ANCWL claims #RememberKhwezi protesters used by EFF
The ANCWL president says the protesters were used to embarrass the president & SA’s democracy.
#RememberKhwezi protester in shock after removal from IEC centre
Four women staged a silent anti-rape protest during President Zuma's address at the IEC centre last night.
As election dust settles, ANC concerned about dwindling support
The ANC narrowly secured the City of Johannesburg, but couldn't muster up a 50 percent majority.
Vuwani schools expected to return to normal
Some children returned to their classrooms yesterday after missing school for three months.
Dept receives donations worth R10m to assist Vuwani schools
Angry residents damaged more than 20 schools in May protesting over the merging Malamulele with Vuwani.
Schools open in Vuwani months after fiery protests
Vuwani residents boycotted the elections over demarcation issues which sparked protests in May.
Vuwani voting stations close before 7pm cut-off time
Many residents stayed away from the polls today to show their dissatisfaction with demarcation issues.
Vuwani residents choose soccer over voting
More residents have gathered at the Vyeboom soccer grounds than anywhere else in the area.
Voting off to slow start in Vuwani as residents stay away
A community member says residents who have gone to vote will not be intimidated.