Mahumapelo: I don’t regret expressing ANC’s support for Mkhwebane
On Sunday, the ANC slammed Mahumapelo for saying the party would never support the DA’s motion to remove Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane from office.
Mbali Ntuli outlines reasons why she wants to lead the DA
In a letter addressed to the DA’s public representatives and seen by EWN, Ntuli announced her intention to contest the position of federal leader when the party holds its elective conference in May.
Stevens Mokgalapa: Resigning was my choice, not the DA’s
He is facing a disciplinary process instituted by the DA after an audio recording emerged in which he was heard defaming his party colleagues.
DA’s Anthony Still: I stand by my decision to side with the ANC
This week, Still refused to stage a walk out of the Johannesburg Council with the DA as they believed the meeting was being presided over by an illegitimate speaker.
DA accuses Joburg councilor Anthony Still of being ANC supporter
The party says Anthony Still broke ranks with the organisation and failed to adhere to DA instructions.
It’s all part of the plan, says SAA after cancelling flights
The airline announced on Thursday that it would cancel 48 local and international flights in February in order to cut costs and save money.
SAA to cancel low-demand flights
The carrier said that it had come to this decision after scrutinising its current forward bookings for the month of February as it tried ensure that it was running efficient flights.
Salga 'happy' with Maile’s decision to rescind DA councillors' suspensions
Salga is hoping now that the suspensions have been rescinded, councils will be allowed to deal with the matter without interference.
Cosatu on using workers’ pensions for SOEs: ‘It’s an investment, not a bailout’
The trade union federation said it wanted a special purpose vehicle to put together to include the UIF, PIC, Development Financing Institution and Development Bank to take over 50% of Eskom’s debt.
Cosatu: Use workers' pension funds to bail out Eskom
Cosatu believes paying off 50% of Eskom’s debt with workers’ pension funds was not a big ask.
Salga welcomes MEC Maile’s decision to overturn suspensions of DA councillors
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile last week suspended City of Tshwane Speaker Katlego Mathebe and former Johannesburg Speaker Vasco da Gama accusing them of abusing their office and being constitutional delinquents.
'Who made you Africa’s spokesperson?' Twitter users react to Motsepe’s apology
The African Rainbow Minerals CEO made the comments at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week after a dinner organised by Trump.
Maile not embarrassed after U-turn on suspensions of DA councillors
The MEC suspended Tshwane Speaker Katleho Mathebe and former Johannesburg speaker Vasco Da Gama, accusing them of being constitutional delinquents and abusing their office.
DA’s Mathebe, Da Gama not yet off the hook, says Maile
When the MEC suspended them last week he accused them of abusing their office and called them constitutional delinquents.
DA ready to hear Lebogang Maile’s reasons for reinstating its councillors
Maile has rescinded the suspensions of Tshwane speaker Katleho Mathebe and former Johannesburg speaker Vasco Da Gama.
Mathebe, Da Gama considering civil suit against MEC Maile over suspensions
Gauteng Cooperative Governance MEC Lebogang Maile said he would explain at a briefing on Tuesday as to why he decided to suspend the pair and what led to his change of heart.
Zille: Mokgalapa to face disciplinary hearing over Mathebe remarks
In a leaked audio recording last year, Mokgalapa could be heard telling former MMC Sheila Senkubuge negative comments about the metro’s council Speaker Katlego Mathebe.
SAHRC: Health Dept could face legal action over CRE baby deaths
The newborns died from an outbreak of an antibiotic-resistant bacteria between November and December at the neonatal ward.