IEC denies ‘double vote’ claims in Gauteng
Parties claimed that some people voted twice because the ink used to indicate if a person had voted was easily wiped off.
Cosatu: It’s illegal for employers to force employees to work on election day
Reports have emerged that some companies have sent correspondence to their employees that they must report to work on election day.
FXI worried about precedent court ruling on BLF slogan sets
The Equality Court ruled on Monday that the BLF must remove its slogan 'Land or death' from all it's platforms within a month because it was hate speech.
Nehawu says intention was never to threaten vote after strike averted
Nehawu affiliated workers had threatened a strike on Wednesday if their demands including salary disputes and allegations of victimisation by management were not addressed.
IEC strike averted after Nehawu reaches deal with commission
Nehawu and the commission reached an agreement after two days of marathon negotiations to resolve the outstanding issues.
No major incidents reported on first day of special voting, says IEC
Hundreds of thousands of elderly voters and those who wouldn’t be able to cast their ballots on Wednesday made use of the opportunity to cast special votes on Monday.
Basis for 'land or death' ruling against BLF 'weak', says FXI
While the Freedom of Expression Institute has expressed its concerns about the ruling, the Freedom Front Plus has welcomed the order giving the BLF a month to remove the contentious slogan from its website, social media platforms, and regalia.
South Africans urged to choose correct leaders at polls
Analyst Mazwe Majola said that South Africans have a tough choice to make at the polls on Wednesday.
Nzimande urges SACP members to vote ANC to ensure unity of tripartite alliance
South African Communist Party (SACP)'s general secretary Blade Nzimande says it was crucial that the tripartite alliance united and ended factional battles that were hurting the alliance.
ANC’s Mzwandile Masina: Party leaders must speak in one voice
Masina spoke to Eyewitness News ahead of the party's final rally which is understood to be running about an hour late.
Mchunu appoints task team to address municipal workers strike issues
The teams will be led by Human Settlements and Public Works MEC Ravi Pillay and Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube.
Samwu slams appointment of Tembe as acting Public Safety director
Tembe has been appointed by the City Manager to the position for a period of three months effectively from this month.
Damage from eThekwini municipal workers’ protests estimated at over R3.5m
Disgruntled employees took to the streets of eThekwini, demanding answers as to why they were not appointed to posts they had applied for.
Tiso Blackstar staff picket over better wages
Employees belonging to the Information Communication Technology Union claimed the strike was in response to salary discrepancies and bonus disputes.
Demerit system coming, Nzimande warns motorists
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande said that his department would find innovative methods to help police the roads and that this would include an evidentiary breathalyser and the implementation of the Aarto Amendment Bill into law.
Nzimande: Traffic officers who take bribes tarnish law enforcement image
Transport Minister Blade Nzimande said officers who were on the take were undermining efforts to curb road crashes caused by drunk and reckless drivers.
EFF wants guarantees before entering into any coalitions
One of those guarantees is that the ANC and the DA commit to addressing problems in areas such as Alexandra where residents recently protested over a lack of housing and rising crime.
Malema: Land essential to EFF's aim of building houses for poor
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has reiterated his party's call to expropriate land without compensation and give it to the poor.