GALLERY: Refugees continue sit-in at UNHCR in Gauteng
Refugees and their children marched inside the premises of the UNCHR on Thursday, 14 November 2019. The refugees are asking for help to leave South Africa following recent xenophobic attacks.
IN PICTURES: Entrepreneurs brave sweltering KZN heat at IFP conference
Entrepreneurs braved the sweltering heat of Ulundi in KwaZulu-Natal on 24 August 2019 during the party's elective conference. Delegates were spoilt for choice with a variety of food, drinks and party regalia on offer.
Former President Zuma & state capture: A timeline
Former President Jacob Zuma is set to appear before the commission of inquiry into state capture where he’s been implicated by a number of people who’ve already testified. The commission said that this was an opportunity for Zuma to give his side of the story.
Vicki Momberg’s bid to appeal conviction, sentence dismissed
Convicted racist Vicki Momberg's bid to appeal her conviction and sentence has been dismissed. Momberg was in the Johannesburg High Court on Friday for judgment in her crimen injuria case. She was found guilty of four counts of crimen injuria for using the k-word 48 times when she racially abused a police officer in 2016.
ANC lays criminal charges against Steve Hofmeyr for Van Damme, Mandela comments
The ANC has opened a case of crimen injuria and incitement to violence against Afrikaans musician Steve Hofmeyr.
Everything you need to know from Sona 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered his State of the Nation Address on 20 June 2019. Here is everything you need to know.
The moment a Khoisan praise singer ushered in President Ramaphosa
For the first time in history, a Khoisan praise singer led the president of South Africa into Parliament for a State of the Nation Address.
Floyd Shivambu: The EFF has never disrupted Parliament
Ahead of Sona 2019, EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu said that the EFF would have a meeting before the president’s address to decide whether they had urgent questions they needed to raise.
‘I'm married to someone that I don’t know’ - Marriage fraud victim speaks out
After trying to vote in the 2006 elections, Nomathamsanqa Sweetness Swartbooi found out she was legally married to a man she had never met. This man used her surname to open accounts, take out loans as well registering two children that Swartbooi never gave birth to.
Costing the Cabinet and Parliament: What do members earn?
President Cyril Ramaphosa has officially announced the Cabinet ministers and deputies who will serve in the 6th Parliament, alongside MPs. This is how much they are set to earn.
Soweto residents torch buses, trucks over power cuts
Protesters brought traffic to a standstill on 29 May 2019 when they torched three buses and a truck in Mzimhlophe. Residents say they are angry about continuous electricity cuts in the area.
New claims that EFF used VBS funds for birthday bash
A report by 'Daily Maverick' alleges that the EFF used money from the VBS Bank 'heist' to fund its fourth birthday bash in Durban.
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.
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
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.
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.
Limpopo Ipid head was dismissed after refusing to falsely implicate me - McBride
Former Ipid boss Robert McBride told the commission into state capture that former Ipid Limpopo head Innocent Khuba was approached by criminal intelligence officials after he was dismissed. The officials allegedly promised him his job back if he falsely implicated McBride.