What's lies ahead for SA's underperforming parties?
After the 2019 election votes were tallied, the outcome for 22 parties was only four-digit figures, with 13 of these parties receiving less than 5,000 votes. Do these smaller parties still have a future?
Maimane retains leadership of the DA until 2021
DA federal chairperson Athol Trollip made the announcement at a press conference in Johannesburg on Monday afternoon.
Unemployment rate: Graduates caught in vicious cycle
Statistics South Africa says the number of employed people decreased by 237,000 to 16.3 million in the first quarter of this year.
'True South African hero' who designed new SA flag dies
Frederick Brownell, the man who designed the South African flag used since the country’s transition to democracy in 1994, has died at the age of 79. Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa labelled him 'a true South African hero' whose name would be 'etched in history'.
It's a wrap: Lights, cameras and blue colours as IEC concludes 2019 election
Throughout the four days, the IEC had emergency Medical services on standby and catered for meals for everyone involved at the results Centre.
'We represent the future' - EFF labels ANC, DA parties of the past
"The DA is a party of white people who are hankering for apartheid. The ANC is a party of history and all those things don’t matter to young people," said the EFF's Dali Mpofu.
'I want to make a difference' - North West voter
Marikana residents rushed with excitement to vote at various polling stations in the province. They said they were happy to vote and wanted to see their lives change after the elections.
Vaal residents head to polls eager for change
Vaal residents got to their voting stations early determined to see change in areas like Emfuleni which was one of the regions that was hit by recent protests over a range of issues, including sewage and access to clean water.
Elections off to quiet start in NW protest hotspot Oukasie
Election day got off to a quiet start in Oukasie in the Madibeng Municipality in the North West Province. The municipality had been identified as a potential area for disruptions on poll day.
Why a Sharpeville family will vote DA on election day
DA leader Mmusi Maimane visited 79-year-old Titus Ngali and his wife Magdalene in Sharpeville on Monday, 6 May, to listen to his family’s grievances about service delivery in the area. Ngali was wounded during the 1960 Sharpeville massacre.
Cholera vaccinations administered in cyclone-battered Mozambique
A cholera vaccination campaign is being implemented by authorities in Mozambique. This comes after more than 1,000 cases of the disease were confirmed in Beira in April after Cyclone Idai battered the city in March.
Buthelezi: It's time to clean house at the highest levels
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP)'s Mangosuthu Buthelezi called on the people of KwaZulu-Natal to give his organisation widespread support and restore integrity to the province.
DA sends prayers, support to Malema after his grandmother’s death
DA national spokesperson Solly Malati says the party is in solidarity with the family during their grief.
Gift of the Givers: Shiraaz Mohamed’s family in good spirits
Chairperson of Gift of the Givers, Imtiaaz Sooliman says Mohamed's mother has been strong.
Light it up: DA takes election campaign to Luthuli House
The DA took its election campaign to the ANC, projecting its messages on the ANC's Luthuli House headquarters. The campaigning stunt moved to other buildings in the city.
Tracking Caster Semenya's marathon against the IAAF
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected Caster Semenya's challenge against IAAF rules forcing her to lower her testosterone levels to compete with women. Her legal team say her advantages are no different from other genetic variations celebrated in sport – and that “her genetic gift should be celebrated, not discriminated against”.
Volatility keeps Dirco quiet on Shiraaz Mohamed survival video
Shiraaz Mohamed was abducted in January 2017 when documenting the conditions of the Syrian people since civil war broke out in 2011.
Your vote could impact fuel prices, says economist
From Wednesday, a litre of petrol will cost 54 cents more, 1 cents for diesel and 3 cents for illuminating paraffin.