We need to be realistic: Kubayi on the ANC's failure to implement 2017 policies
As the ANC assesses its policies and decides on a way forward, head of the party's economic transformation sub-committee Mmamaloko Kubayi says its 2017 decisions were impractical.
Mantashe: The ANC will always ask the public for more chances to do better
ANC national chairperson Gwede Mantashe said the party's showing in the last three elections was a sign of a "maturing democracy".
EFF concerned by voter turnout impacting its performance
The IEC announced on Tuesday that out of the 26 million people registered to vote, only 12 million cast their ballots.
Of the 26 million people registered, only 12 million voted - IEC
The IEC said it expected a low voter turnout as far back as July. It said a combination of factors including COVID-19 contributed
‘Revamped’ SAA should take to the skies in August, says new CEO Kgokolo
Thomas Kgokolo is joining the cash-strapped airline at a time when its business rescue process, which started in 2019, is yet to be concluded.
Ramaphosa admits there’s no money to help families hit by COVID-19
The alcohol, hospitality and tourism sectors are reeling after the president announced the move from level 1 to level 3 lockdown, banning the sale of alcohol.
Educators' union calls for specialised police unit to deal with GBV
Following the recent spate of femicides in the country, spokesperson Kabelo Mahlobogwane said police must form a new specialised unit.
DA calls for immediate release of SAA’s business rescue plan
SAA’s business rescue practitioners were meant to publish their rescue plan on Monday.
Mthembu: Ministers questioning Cabinet decision on alcohol ban ill-disciplined
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu was not happy with his colleagues in Cabinet who had questioned what he said was the collective decision to allow alcohol sales under level 3 lockdown.
Govt to discuss reopening other sectors this week - Mthembu
Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu said that the national command council and Cabinet would meet on Tuesday to consider requests by the various industries to open their doors.
ANC stands by anti-police brutality campaign despite Cele criticism
Last week, ANC NEC member and Police Minister Bheki Cele told party members in KwaZulu-Natal Natal that the campaign turned the community against the police.
ANC to meet with Cele over his disapproval of its anti-police brutality campaign
Last week, Cele delivered a virtual lecture to the ANC eThekwini region saying the campaign gave criminals an opportunity to turn communities against the police.
What’s next? NCC to meet this week to discuss COVID-19 measures
The NCC is expected to sit on Tuesday, where it will hear from the medical advisory committee which advises the Minister of Health on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Looking to the future: Maimane prepares for 2024 general elections
Mmusi Maimane says he had already started a process of putting together a team of activists to stand in the next provincial and national elections.
Van Loggerenberg: I feel vindicated by court ruling on Sars rogue unit report
The report had found an illegal unit was established at the revenue service and was used to carry out rogue operations.
Van Loggerenberg welcomes order setting aside 'Sars rogue unit' report
Former Sars executive Johann van Loggerenberg's lawyer Bernard Hotz said that the Minister of State Security and the current inspector-general agreed that the report must be set aside.
Mashaba wants Mkhwebane to pay his legal fees when he takes report on review
The preliminary report shows Mashaba was found guilty of contravening supply chain management policies had a conflict of interest and made irregular appointments.
Mashaba lays criminal complaint over Public Protector report leak
The leak came as the former Joburg mayor released his book on Sunday titled 'The Accidental Mayor: Herman Mashaba and the Battle for Johannesburg', revealing the alleged corruption under the ANC government in the city.