Zuma supporters vow to stand behind him every step of the way
Supporters have already started trickling into the Pietermaritzburg High Court precinct where former President Jacob Zuma is expected to appear on Monday.
Mogoeng: Political court battles create tension between judiciary, state
In a wide-ranging interview with Eyewitness News, the Chief Justice says referring every matter to the court’s, politicises the judiciary and creates tensions with political arms of the state.
Mogoeng: Those in power haven’t learnt from Nkandla judgment
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said that three years after the Nkandla judgment, the lessons around ethical governance have not yet been learnt.
Is NPA doing enough to fight corruption? I don’t know - Mogoeng
The NPA has for years faced allegations of political interference, with claims that this had led to some cases being shelved.
EXCLUSIVE: People with questionable integrity shouldn’t lead, says Mogoeng
The list of candidates the ANC has sent to the National Assembly has divided the party and South Africans as it includes ANC leaders with questionable integrity.
Cosatu is consulting with Ramaphosa on new the Cabinet
President Cyril Ramaphosa met with the labour federation to share his plans regarding the reconfigured Cabinet.
Lekota's days as Cope leader numbered?
Congress of the People (Cope) general secretary Papi Kganare said that while he denied the Eyewitness News report that some of the party’s leaders plan to remove Mosioua Lekota from his leadership position, he can’t say if the party still has confidence in him.
Cope leader denies plans to recall Mosiuoa Lekota
Eyewitness News reported on Tuesday on plans by some of the party’s leaders to stop Mosiuoa Lekota from returning to Parliament.
Ex-mayors Ramokgopa and Tau to make comeback in Gauteng legislature
The names of former Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa and his counterpart in Johannesburg, Parks Tau, featured prominently on the list sent to the IEC for the Gauteng legislature.
Cope leaders want Mosiuoa Lekota out over AfriForum partnership
From an impressive 30 seats when it first entered Parliament in 2009, the party has dwindled to just two seats after last week’s election.
Magashule stands by comment on Ramaphosa election success
This comes after a war of words between Ace Magashule and the ANC’s head of elections Fikile Mbalula after the party's secretary-general challenged the view that it was Ramaphosa who led to the ANC’s electoral success.
ANC fails to ensure gender parity with premier candidates
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said that the party has come up with a plan to compensate for its failure to ensure a 50/50 representation of men and women on its list of premiers.
Who’s staying, who’s going? ANC announces its premiers
The organisation released a statement about its premiers on Monday evening saying it was guided by the principles of gender parity, unity and stability in ANC structures.
Magashule dismisses claims of fallout between him and Ramaphosa as rumours
While the ANC celebrated its 57% bittersweet victory in the national elections, Ace Magashule described as ‘nonsense’ the idea that Ramaphosa was the reason the party managed to retain power.
Magashule: ANC NEC won’t deal with elections outcome or Ramaphosa’s new Cabinet
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said the meeting of the ANC structure would focus on premiers for the eight provinces.
ANC NEC to dissect election results, finalise premier candidates
The meeting is also expected to finalise its premiers for the eight provinces it managed to retain a majority in.
ANC battles to maintain power grip in SA’s key economic hubs
The party has for the first time declined to below 60% in the national vote, it will go to the National Assembly with 19 less seats.
Ramaphosa praises IEC for job well done
President Ramaphosa says the IEC must be applauded for the hard work it’s put in to ensure this year’s elections are free and fair.