Mkhize reiterates Ramaphosa’s assurances on Ingonyama Trust land
Zweli Mkhize met with Amakhosi from the eThekwini region as a part of the ANC’s Thuma Mina campaign ahead of the 2019 elections.
Zuma tells supporters to vote for ANC next year
Jacob Zuma has spent his day on the campaign trail, starting off with a blitz walk at the Pinetown taxi rank and ending off in Kwamashu where he addressed elderly citizens.
Jacob Zuma files court papers for stay of prosecution
The former president is facing charges of fraud, corruption, racketeering, and money laundering related to the multi-billion rand controversial arms deal concluded in the late 90s.
D-Day for Zuma to submit papers for stay of prosecution
In July, Jacob Zuma’s new legal team showed its hand for the first time, requesting time to put together an application for a permanent stay of prosecution.
[EXPLAINER] What are Jacob Zuma’s chances of a stay of prosecution?
The former president’s lawyers were given until 16 November to submit the application to bring to a halt his corruption trial that has faced numerous postponements.
Analyst predicts generational battle in next round of ANC conferences
Malusi Gigaba’s sympathisers argue that the former Home Affairs minister is being purged because he poses a threat for the senior members of the party ahead of the ANC’s next elective conference.
Gigaba's peers plan a fight back
Malusi Gigaba's resignation has sparked a debate among his organisational peers, with some of them of the firm belief that his exit from Cabinet is part of a purge by senior members.
Thabani Mzolo murder trial set for next year
After a two-hour delay, Judge Themba Sishi postponed the matter to the end of January to allow for Thabani Mzolo’s new lawyer to familiarise himself with the docket.
KZN can now have a permanent police commissiner as Ngobeni retires
Ngobeni was suspended in 2016 after being embroiled in allegations that she interfered in the case of Durban businessman Thoshan Panday.
KZN Hawks investigate former Endumeni Municipality mayor
Siboniso Mbatha was re-arrested by police last week after it emerged that he had crashed one of the municipality's cars and was allegedly trying to pin the crime on someone else.
Verulam attacks: Investigating officer accused of compromising crucial evidence
The court has heard that the authorities have not been able to conclusively link the first accused Farhad Hoomer to the incendiary device found while searching the home.
Case against 11 accused of Isis links adjourned
The accused appeared in the Verulam Family Court on Thursday afternoon, where their case stood down after the investigating officer submitted additional documents.
'Isis-inspired group planned series of attacks in Durban'
Eleven men are seeking bail after being arrested two weeks ago in connection with the death of a man at a mosque in May and the planting of bomb in the city.
IFP postpones elective conference amid faction allegations
The IFP says there is no firm deadline for when the elective conference will be held but it has timelines which have been set for when certain issues should be dealt with.
Gift of the Givers head home after wrapping up relief efforts in Indonesia
The Gift of the Givers team has closed off its mission, distributing the last batch of food parcels and revisiting medical patients seen earlier this week.
Indonesia earthquake survivor recalls terrifying moments, rescue
The 60-year-old Harina Moro has told Eyewitness News how she held onto a pillar to stay alive.
300 Indonesian families receiving aid from Gift of the Givers
Volunteers will be building tents able to accommodate several families in one of the worst affected villages, Petobo.
Indonesian authorities bar all foreign aid workers from disaster sites
This is despite President Joko Widodo’s appeal for international assistance after the powerful 7.5 magnitude quake.