ANC urges Ramaphosa to fully implement Nugent Inquiry recommendations
In its interim report earlier this year, the commission recommended Moyane be removed immediately, saying he damaged Sars.
Amcu says disappointed with Sibanye using underhanded tactics
The union says it’s been made aware of an agreement signed with the national union of mineworkers although it's members are in the majority and are still on strike.
Woman arrested for alleged child abduction in Joburg CBD
Police say the woman was found hiding the baby in a bag carrying tomatoes and onions.
12 people have died in an accident on the N1
A taxi was involved in the accident which take place in the early hours of this morning.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng: 'ACM not a small party'
Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng on Thursday invited all aspirant politicians to join his new party, the African Content Movement (ACM).
Motsoeneng political party an attempt to take support away from ANC: analysts
University of KwaZulu-Natal political analyst Lukhona Mnguni says that as it stands, Hlaudi Motsoeneg doesn’t really have the kind of support he believes he has.
Motsoeneng’s move to politics a joke, says analyst
The former SABC COO launched the African Content Movement on Thursday saying it will serve all the people of South Africa.
'We are going to eat change' - Motsoeneng launches ACM
The former SABC COO says the party is ready and registered with the Electoral Commission to contest next year’s national elections.
Shivambu: 'EFF leading constitutional amendment process for land expropriation'
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says it’s in full support of people living in informal settlements moving into vacant unoccupied land for residential purposes.
Wrong, racist to criminalise land occupation, says Julius Malema's lawyer
The party says that the Riotous Assemblies and Trespass Acts are laws which were initially designed by the apartheid government to criminalise black people.
Judgment reserved in Malema’s illegal land invasion case
The EFF has criticised the validity of the Riotous Assemblies Act as well as the Trespass Act.
Malema’s ‘invade land’ comments could spark violence, court hears
These were comments made by the State in arguments against Julius Malema in the case against him at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday afternoon.
Riotous Assemblies Act still an instrument of oppression, argues EFF
EFF leader Julius Malema is challenging the constitutionality of the Act, saying the state is using apartheid-era legislation to prosecute him.
5 of 12 municipalities who invested in VBS recovered funds, says Limpopo ANC
ANC Limpopo secretary Soviet Lekganyane says it was because of wrongful policies that were passed that municipalities were involved in irregular investments.
ANC Limpopo to monitor implementation of VBS recommendations
The party announced earlier on Tuesday that it had fired seven of its mayors involved in the saga.
ANC sacks 7 Limpopo mayors linked to VBS saga
The ANC in Limpopo also says it’s found very serious weaknesses in its deployment strategies.
Florence Radzilani resigns as Vhembe mayor in wake of VBS Bank scandal
Under Radzilani's watch, it is understood that the municipality deposited over R300 million with VBS Mutual Bank, money which will never be recovered.
Motsoaledi says specialist posts in Health Dept to take longer to finalise
The Health Department, on behalf of the National Health Council, announced on Sunday that thousands of jobs will be created for clinical professionals and support staff in provincial departments.