Officials concede SA’s intelligence failed to pre-empt xenophobic attacks
Thousands of hostel dwellers armed with sticks and knobkerries marched on the Johannesburg CBD, looting shops and vandalising property.
Ramaphosa hails Mugabe as ‘gallant leader of Pan-Africanism’
Ramaphosa is among world leaders paying tribute to the elderly politician who died in Singapore on Friday.
Uyinene Mrwetyana’s funeral underway today
Mrwetyana, who was allegedly raped and killed by a post office employee in Cape Town last week, is being laid to rest in her home province of the Eastern Cape.
Zanu-PF: Mugabe played critical role in instilling black pride
Robert Mugabe, who passed on at a hospital in Singapore at the age of 95, has been lauded the party he led for nearly 40 years.
Zanu-PF politburo to discuss Mugabe’s funeral arrangements
President Emmerson Mnangagwa is back in Harare after he cut short his attendance at the World Economic Forum meeting in Cape Town.
Ramaphosa to meet with university vice-chancellors to address student safety
This came after management at all 26 universities asked for a meeting, saying they wanted to discuss what they called an epidemic of incomprehensible violence.
Ramaphosa describes Mrwetyana’s death as a watershed moment
Ramaphosa met with Mrwetyana's family in the Eastern Cape on Friday.
Ramaphosa: Xenophobic attacks have damaged economy, confidence in SA
The president addressed the nation on Thursday night, focusing on his government’s measures to fight gender-based violence and the condemnation of xenophobic attacks.
Ramaphosa: Violence against women is a crime against our common humanity
There were protests against gender-based violence in Parliament this week following the murder of several women and children including UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana and boxer Leighandre Jegels.
Ramaphosa to ask Parly to make sex offender list public
The murder of several women including UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana and boxing champion Leighadre Jewels have brought back into the spotlight the crisis that is feminine in the country.
FIC ready to explain reasons for handing over Ramaphosa’s statements to PP
Last week, the 'Business Day' reported that Ramaphosa’s lawyers accused the centre of unlawfully leaking the bank statements, which became the centre of Ramaphosa’s legal battle with Mkhwebane.
FIC: We did nothing wrong in giving Ramaphosa's bank statements to PP
Last week, it was reported that Cyril Ramaphosa’s lawyers accused the FIC of unlawfully leaking the bank statements which are now at the centre of Ramaphosa’s legal battle with Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
Zuma: Gavin Watson labeled as corrupt without evidence
Former President Jacob Zuma paid tribute to Gavin Watson at his funeral service in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday.
Watson was hated by people who plotted my character assassination - Zuma
Former President Jacob Zuma paid tribute to the late Bosasa CEO at a funeral service in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday.
Zuma questions circumstances around Watson’s death
The former Bosasa CEO, who was a central figure in allegations of corrupt relations between the company and government officials, died under mysterious circumstances in a car crash last week.
ANC defends Mboweni amid criticism over economic blueprint
The African National Congress (ANC)'s top six leadership has come out in defence of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni amid criticism that he released the economic strategy document without proper consultation.
Magashule: ANC top six won't meet Makhura over Cabinet change again
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule said that the top six leaders did not want to meet with Makhura again to repeat the NEC’s instruction that he fire one male MEC from his Cabinet and replace him with a woman.
ANC slams JHB CBD violence as acts of criminality
The unrest began on Sunday in Jeppestown and has now spread to areas including Turfontein, Ekurhuleni and Pretoria.