SACP calls for 'cleansing' of ANC after Ramaphosa victory
SACP’s first Deputy General-Secretary Solly Mapaila says organisational renewal should start from the ground.
Vavi: Zuma has no shame
President Zuma’s legal team filed a notice of appeal after the High Court decision that deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa should appoint a new National Director of Public Prosecutions.
Madiba funeral: Mandela royal house shocked by corruption claims
In a statement, the former stateman’s grandson Mandla Mandela says the royal house is shocked at the allegations of corruption in the Public Protector’s report.
‘Court ruling is an indication that state capture is a reality in SA’
Pravin Gordhan says the North Gauteng High Court’s ruling is again an indication that state capture and corruption is a reality in South Africa.
Gwede Mantashe: ANC tackling issues faced by provinces
The ANC secretary-general says there are plans in place to deal with issues currently faced by various provinces.
SABC: We don't have money for wage increases
Workers are demanding a 10% wage hike while the SABC is offering 4.5%.
Parliament ‘can't take action yet’ over Makwakwa probe
Senior Sars official Jonas Makwakwa is the focus of a criminal investigation by the Hawks relating to the suspicious transactions in his accounts.
Still unclear when Metsimaholo by-election rerun will take place
The SACP claimed dozens of people were bused in to vote and said that even dead people were registered.
Mashaba: The will of the people has been upheld
The motion was brought by the African National Congress (ANC) which sought to remove Mashaba and Council Speaker Vasco da Gama from their posts.
#16DaysOfActivism: Makhura calls for a multi-stakeholder approach against abuse
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says the abuse of women and children will not happen under government watch.
Report: Military action against Mugabe was legal - judge
The military stepped in almost two weeks ago after Robert Mugabe’s firing of deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa.
AU: Mugabe will be remembered as fearless Pan-Africanist
The African Union Commission has welcomed Robert Mugabe's decision to resign as Zimbabwe’s leader while acknowledging him as a 'fearless liberation fighter'.
Zanu-PF lawmakers to discuss impeachment as Mugabe fails to resign
The ruling party removed Robert Mugabe as Zanu-PF president and first secretary on Sunday.
Report: Eskom to forge ahead with nuclear plans
The Cape Town High Court terminated the process forcing the utility to reject all requests for the submissions of information.
Two-year-old girl killed in Foreman Road fire
Shack dwellers movement Abahlali baseMjondolo says the fire started in the early hours of Sunday morning when a candle fell resulting in the burning of the child's family home.
7 killed in N4 collision
Seven people were killed and four others injured when two sedans collided on the N4 near Belfast.
Sars welcomes inquiry into its tax collection challenges
Sars head of Revenue and Research Randall Carolissen says they have a duty to account to taxpayers.
Botswana lodges complaint over NW premier's motorcade
The Botswana government’s Jeff Ramsay says that North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo’s security detail did not go through proper security clearance.