Andile Ramaphosa just like Duduzane Zuma, Maimane tells crowd
DA leader Mmusi told supporters at a rally in Kimberley that Ramaphosa’s son was just like former president Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane because they both benefited from being part of the inner circle.
Maimane: Preferential treatment of my wife at police station was wrong
DA leader Mmusi Maimane said it was wrong that only the well-connected receive proper services from the police.
Maimane accuses FF Plus of being divisive, calls for unity in SA
DA leader Mmusi Maimane is on the campaign trail in Kimberley, Northern Cape, where the party is hoping to unseat the African National Congress.
ANC to campaign in churches, social spaces ahead of May elections
ANC leaders have been going to church on Sundays with the hope of converting congregants to cast their votes for the governing party in the 8 May general elections.
DA NW Premier candidate McGluwa: Party to review all provincial govt contracts
He has also accused the African National Congress of stealing money in the province, where 10 departments are under administration, including the Office of the Premier.
DA chief whip Steenhuisen labels FF Plus a party of the past
Steenhuisen was one of the speakers at the party’s manifesto launch in the province. He switched to Afrikaans to attack the Freedom Front Plus as he addressed a rally in the competitor’s heartland.
Vote out ANC like you voted out apartheid govt - Maimane
Mmusi Maimane told the few hundred supporters gathered on the grass that the DA wanted people to stand together to address the injustices of apartheid.
IFP's Buthelezi wants debate on death penalty as means to deter violent crime
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi says this didn’t necessarily mean the IFP is in favour of capital punishment.
IFP's Buthelezi: Human Rights Day should be named after Robert Sobukwe
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi also says it was up to him to propose public holidays, and he felt the 21 March should be one to remember the fight for human rights for all South Africans.
Death penalty, subsidised public transport: Here's what the IFP manifesto says
The party launched its elections manifesto in Soweto on Human Rights Day at the Zola Sports Complex.
Ramaphosa to conclude campaigning in Mahikeng
Ramaphosa was accompanied by Malusi Gigaba, David Mahlobo, Zizi Kodwa and Job Mokgoro.
Ramaphosa to lead naming of Nouakchott street after Mandela
A street in the Mauritania capital Nouakchott will be named after the late Nelson Mandela.
SA signs agreement on free trade within Africa
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday said he was excited that the country has joined the community of nations that have signed.
Riek Machar could come back to SA due to brokered ceasefire
All hopes were dashed when government forces and Sudanese rebels launched a joint attack hours after a “permanent” ceasefire agreement.
DRC opposition calls for meeting with SADC on Joseph Kabila
Opposition leaders from the DRC want to meet with SADC because of fears that president joseph Kabila will postpone December's elections once again.
Jay Naidoo: Leaders who steal money should go to jail
Naidoo also urged leaders to follow the example of Rwandan President Paul Kagame and apply zero tolerance to those who don't do their jobs.
Ramaphosa wants to open SA borders for African business
President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged citizens to look at foreigners coming to South Africa in a positive way and not as people who come to steal their jobs.
SA commits to establishing free trade area in Africa
Forty-four AU member states signed the free trade agreement, 43 signed the Kigali Declaration and only 27 out of the 55 committed to the Protocol on the Free Movement of People.