20-year-old Itumeleng Ntsube among NCOP delegates sworn in
The youngest member of Parliament, Itumeleng Ntsube of the ANC, was one of the delegates sworn in in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) on 23 May 2018.
The moment Cyril Ramaphosa is elected president
President Cyril Ramaphosa has been elected the president of South Africa. The EFF’s Julius Malema and DA’s Mmusi Maimane said they would support him as long as he put the people of South Africa first.
It's official: New MPs swear to uphold the Constitution
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng swore in members of Parliament on 22 May 2019 in the National Assembly.
Malema leads EFF vosho in Parliament
EFF MPs were sworn-in at the first sitting of the sixth democratic Parliament of South Africa on 22 May 2019.
Meet the ANC’s premier candidates
The national elections are over and that means new faces in the country’s corridors of power. This is the official list of ANC premiers, who will run the eight provinces the party secured at the polls.
Mmusi Maimane on the DA losing support
DA leader Mmusi Maimane visited the IEC national results centre 2 days after the national elections took place where he told journalists that despite supporters leaving the party, he would never compromise on the DA’s principles.
Popo Molefe: Transnet overpaid by millions for trains in dodgy deals
Transnet board chairperson Popo Molefe took the stand at the Zondo commission where he testified that he was 'astonished by the widespread corruption and willful disregard of the rules' at the parastatal when its board was appointed in May 2018.
ANC Siyanqoba 2019: What you need to hear from Ramaphosa’s final speech
With just two days to go before election day, this is what the ANC is promising South Africans should they claim the 2019 national vote.
Steve Hofmeyr & supporters destroy their DStv products
South African Afrikaans musician Steve Hofmeyr has released video footage of himself destroying his DStv decoder and dish. This follows DStv owners Multichoice announcing it will no longer play any content featuring Hofmeyr on any of its platforms
Violent protests in Venezuela as President Maduro clings to power
Demonstrators have clashed with police on the streets of the Venezuelan capital since 1 May 2019 after opposition leader Juan Guaido’s call on the military to rise up against President Nicolas Maduro.
‘The ANC is playing with us’- why Durban’s Nduduma township residents won’t vote
Residents of Nduduma in Clermont, north of Durban, say that they have not had water in the area for several weeks. The frustrated community says they no longer see the need to vote.
Julius Malema: White people know that we’ll never kill them
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)'s leader Julius Malema addressed his supporters in Bloemfontein where he encouraged them to vote for the EFF in the upcoming elections.
'They forgot about us': Sharpeville almost 60 years later
In the build up to the upcoming national elections, residents of the historic town of Sharpeville say that although a lot has changed since apartheid, a lot more needs to be done to improve the township.
ANC, DA & EFF hit the campaign trail on Freedom Day
With the national elections fast approaching, President Cyril Ramaphosa, Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane and Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema all celebrated Freedom Day in various parts of the country, with the opposition taking the chance to campaign for their parties.
Malema: The EFF is the biggest player in this election
EFF leader Julius Malema says his own party’s successes are why the ANC is bringing out party veterans such as Thabo Mbeki to assist in their elections campaign.
Mbeki: There was a time I couldn’t campaign for the ANC
Former President Thabo Mbeki says the ANC is working on fixing its wrongs and he now feels more confident being part of the organisation.
Political parties celebrate Easter with fellow South Africans
Thousands of South Africans celebrated Easter on 19 April 2019. Political parties, who are currently preparing for the fast-approaching national elections, also attended numerous church services and shared messages.
This is why Moyane’s application to cross-examine Gordhan was dismissed
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo dismissed Tom Moyane’s application to cross-examine Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.