ANC is ready for local govt elections - Ramaphosa
The president was reacting to calls by some opposition parties, including the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) and Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), who said that the elections had the potential to be a COVID-19 super-spreader event if held this year.
Zikalala objects to Transnet moving port authority headquarters to EC
Head office operations are currently spread between Johannesburg and Durban and stakeholders, and some government authorities want it to stay that way.
Ramaphosa to lead govt delegation in assessing efficiency of Durban port
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan, Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala and eThekwini mayor Mxolisi Kaunda are expected to join the president.
Cele denies SAPS owes Dept of Public Works R24 million
Cele on Wednesday addressed the media during an oversight visit in Pietermaritzburg.
DA, Good Party welcome SCA ruling against Zuma over legal costs
Jacob Zuma has been fighting to remain on the taxpayer’s bill to pick up his personal legal costs for his corruption trial. But the SCA has agreed with an earlier High Court judgement that there was no legal basis for this.
DA welcomes SCA ruling that Zuma must repay State for legal fees
It was the DA and the EFF who started the legal battle over the funding of Zuma's legal matters with the parties arguing that it was unlawful.
KZN Education Dept launches probes into 3 officials over matric bootcamp
Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu has on Tuesday revealed that the Harry Gwala District director Sindi Zakuza-Njakazi masterminded the irregular appointment of the Boniwe Rehabilitation Centre in Umzinto to host a matric boot camp during the COVID-19 second wave late last year.
Sentencing of Miguel Louw's killer postponed to Friday
In December last year, Muhammed Vahed Ebrahim was found guilty of the premeditated murder of Miguel Louw.
Miguel Louw's killer expected to be sentenced in court today
In December, Muhammed Vahed Ebrahim was found guilty of the premeditated murder of Miguel Louw.
MUT suspends commencement of classes over battles with SRC & workers
Lectures were expected to start on Monday but have now been moved to a later date due to an ongoing impasse between the SRC and management.
MUT SRC suspends protest following violence
KwaZulu-Natal Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu has now stepped in.
MUT doesn’t have funds to meet students’ demands – Acting deputy VC Makua
The SRC at the institution has vowed to sustain protests in a bid to force the university to clear all eligible students for registration, as well as grant funding and academic certificates to postgraduate students regardless of historical debt.
MUT management vows to act decisively against disruptive student protests
On Thursday, a small group of students staged demonstrations over registration and funding issues, which they claim have been raised since February.
ANC's Ramaphosa praises Charlotte Maxeke's discipline, integrity
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa addressed an event at the Fort Hare University in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday to commemorate Maxeke’s 150th birthday. He used the platform to lambast indiscipline and corruption by some members of the ANC.
KZN's first premier Frank Mdlalose to be laid to rest today
Frank Mdlalose succumbed to COVID-19 related complications on Sunday.
Ramaphosa says more needs to be done to achieve gender equity
Ramaphosa said women had consistently shown that if given the opportunity, they could play an important role in the country’s development.
Airlink suspends flights to & from Polokwane Airport over non-compliance
This comes after a move by the South African Civil Aviation Authority to downgrade the Polokwane airport to category two, which is below the minimum level required for scheduled commercial air services.
DUT blames mass student gathering on fake social media posts, hoax messages
Thousands of students, many of them not wearing their face masks properly, converged on the university's Durban and Pietermaritzburg campuses on Tuesday, overwhelming security officers. They were trying to secure admission and register for the current academic year.