SA lockdown: No booze, dog walks or restaurant visits
Ministers of the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cluster together with Governance, State Capacity and Institutional Development on Wednesday briefed the media on the coming lockdown and how it would be enforced.
Coronavirus: What our national lockdown looks like
These measures follow the declaration of a national state of disaster earlier this month.
Gauteng Health Dept obtains court order to force Ekurhuleni church to disperse
Gatherings of more than 100 people have been banned after President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
How public establishments, prisons will be affected by COVID-19 regulations
The regulations follow the declaration of a national state of disaster by President Cyril Ramaphosa on containing the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
Court dismisses Wits students’ urgent application over closure of residences
The institution’s lawyers filed opposing papers on Wednesday after two law students turned to the High Court to interdict the university’s decision to vacate students from residences by Friday.
How SA’s ‘Patient 61’ is dealing with his COVID-19 infection
‘In all honesty, I have had regular flu that has left me feeling a lot worse than this has,’ the man known as Patient 61 said.
Ramaphosa: All upcoming ANC conferences postponed until further notice
The president said the decision was taken by the governing party’s extended national working committee which met on Monday.
Too early for SA to enforce travel bans to deal with coronavirus - Ramaphosa
The president has appealed to the public not to spread fake news and information on COVID-19 as this would cause panic.
Mandisa Mashego cagey on her talks with EFF leadership over 'internal matters'
The Economic Freedom Fighters’ (EFF) Gauteng chairperson Mandisa Mashego was reacting reports and speculation that she had recently resigned as the party's Gauteng chairperson over tensions within the party.
Zondo commission deadline extended to 31 March 2021
In January, the commission’s chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo announced that they had applied for another High Court application to extend its period to December this year.
DA’s John Moodey officially in the race for party leader post
Moodey made the announcement on Monday at the University of Johannesburg.
ANC’s Boy Mamabolo apologises to Malema & wife for ‘insensitive’ abuse claims
The ANC MP snuck in an official apology via social media in the early hours of Friday morning.
USA's Pompeo: SA’s land reform policy would be disastrous for economy, people
The United States’ top diplomat said for true inclusive and sustainable economic liberation, African economies needed strong rule of law, respect for property rights, and regulation that encourages investment.
Cosatu slams Mboweni for proposing referendum on bailing out SOEs
This after Finance Minister Tito Mboweni took to Twitter at the weekend and said that in a proper democracy there would be a public debate that would lead to the referendum taking place.
‘Sick’ Jacob Zuma to attend Ramaphosa’s Sona
The former president’s attendance comes on the back of his absence last week from his corruption trial and the state capture commission due to apparent ill health.
From 2003–2020: Zuma’s corruption trial 17 years in the making
The former president - who faces 16 charges of fraud, corruption, racketeering, and money-laundering related to the arms deal - is expected back in court on 6 May 2020. If he does not appear, a warrant of arrest will be issued.
Zondo Commission applies for another extension to December
Briefing the media on Thursday, deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo said if the commission is not granted an extension, it wouldn’t be able to make any findings.
EFF calls for eNCA boycott over 'racist treatment' of black journalists
eNCA political reporter Samkele Maseko has accused the broadcaster’s news boss Kanthan Pillay of censorship, unfair treatment, and racism.