Lockdown: Metro cop, security guard arrested for Vosloorus man’s killing
A metro police officer and security guard were on Monday arrested for the killing a 40-year-old man and for shooting at four children during the third day of the 21-day coronavirus lockdown. The Vosloorus victim's family says justice must be served, and the person who pulled the trigger has to be locked up for what he did.
Malema: Disruption is the only way to reclaim our economy
Speaking at the Black Business Council Summit at Gallagher Estate in Midrand, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says that just like renovating a house, there will always be problems, but, eventually, you'll get your house in order.
Wits students shut down financial aid office over NSFAS payment delays
The protest, organised by Sasco together with EFFSC and the Wits student representative council (SRC), demanded that the first payment of NSFAS allowances be processed. Most classes were disrupted by protesting students.
'Parliament was taken to a new low' - Steenhuisen
Interim DA leader John Steenhuisen said it was unfortunate that people's private lives were aired out in Parliament and that both sides of parliament were to blame. Steenhuisen was addressing members of the media at the party's Nkululeko House in Johannesburg on 23 February 2020.
Myeni denies making unilateral decisions as SAA board chair
Former South African Airways board chair Dudu Myeni on Thursday denied that during her tenure at the airline, she would frequently give instructions to the entity's executives and the board.
Germany is SA’s most valued development partner - Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa and German Chancellor Angela Merkel had a private conversation on 6 February 2020 ahead of the official talks between the two leaders at the Union Buildings in Tshwane.
Minister of Health says SA is on high alert for coronavirus
There’s fear and anxiety across the globe as the coronavirus spreads, with 4,500 cases already confirmed, most of them from China. The virus has so far claimed the lives of more than a hundred people.
Lesufi demands answers from school after Laticia Jansen (15) found murdered
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi visited the home of 15-year-old Laticia Jansen, who was found murdered in Germiston last week. The Graceland Education Centre pupil was raped, stabbed and set alight after reportedly being left behind by scholar transport.
EFF assembles top legal team for Enock Mpianzi’s family
EFF leader Julius Malema visited the family of Parktown Boys' High School pupil, Enock Mpianzi, who died last week at a school camp in the North West. Malema said the school and the resort should account for the incident and added that EFF would assist with legal costs and arrangements for the funeral.
GALLERY - Ramaphosa gets down: ANC 108 in pictures
From cutting its 108th birthday cake to dancing, the ruling African National Congress celebrated its birthday in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape, with President Cyril Ramaphosa leading celebrations. EWN takes you to the ANC's birthday party.
Zille’s responsible for her own Twitter account – Steenhuisen
After questions about DA federal chair Helen Zille's latest controversial tweet – this time about land – the party's interim leader John Steenhuisen said he couldn't spend his day being the Twitter police, and that Zille must answer for herself.
ANC staff have been paid to date - Mashatile
ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashatile said there's never been a month since he's been in the position that ANC staff were not paid.
Three surviving initiates are still traumatised - Maile
Gauteng MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Lebogang Maile visited Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto where rescued initiates were being treated. Maile said that of the four kids who were rescued, one has died. An investigation will be launched to figure out how the school leader acquired the bogus certificate.
GALLERY: Day 2 of the EFF's elective conference
The EFF held its second three-day elective conference at Nasrec.
Daily Maverick is a political instrument for the cabal - Shivambu
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu said that the Daily Maverick was banned from EFF events for being what he called a 'propaganda' publication for the interests of the ANC's pro-Pravin Gordhan faction.
90% of EFF delegates have been registered - Shivambu
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu confirmed that all 76 busses that transported delegates to the party's elective conference had arrived in Gauteng. He said it was all systems go, with the official programme expected to get underway at 9am on 14 December 2019.
Mathys: No VBS money used for EFF conference
EFF treasurer-general Leigh-Ann Mathys says the party planned the conference well and it's completely funded by the statutory bodies that fund them. At last count, the cost of the conference was R32 million. She adds that there was no VBS money used in its planning.
Gardee: Delegates pouring in for EFF conference
EFF secretary-general Godrich Gardee says several buses transporting delegates have already arrived for the conference at UJ's Soweto campus. He says the media registration is closed, saying, unfortunately, they could not accommodate everyone.