Eskom to comply with Treasury recommendations over Tegeta contracts
Treasury has reportedly blocked the power utility from expanding two coal supply contracts that would have seen the Gupta-owned company charging millions more.
Public Works officials to face disciplinary action over Nkandla upgrades
The employees are accused of having not followed proper procedure in the appointment of contractors.
President Jacob Zuma announces official funeral for Philip Kgosana
Kgosana, who was a freedom fighter and a former councillor in Tshwane, died last week.
Mantashe: Only way to honour Chris Hani is to fight factionalism
Mantashe says the only way to honour former SACP leader Chris Hani is to fight factionalism and divisions within the tripartite alliance.
Mantashe denies criticising SACP, says ANC needs united alliance partners
ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe says the SACP has a responsibility to raise issues in platforms set by the tripartite alliance.
Zuma extends condolences to Nick Durandt’s family
The prolific boxer died in a car accident near Clarens in the Free State on Friday.
Mantashe: Divisions in tripartite alliance will cost ANC in next election
Mantashe spoke at a Chris Hani memorial lecture in the North West, organised by the Young Communist League as part of the ANC's political education programme.
Woman dies after being knocked down by govt vehicle
The Johannesburg Emergency Service says a woman has died after she was knocked down by a car on the M1 south before Booysens Road.
Mantashe: Tripartite alliance is fractured
ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe says the tripartite alliance is internally fractured.
Mandela Foundation disturbed by Mabulu’s latest Zuma painting
Ayanda Mabulu has released a painting of President Jacob Zuma and late President Nelson Mandela which has received criticism on social media.
Mabulu: Latest painting shows how Zuma has violated SA
The painting of Zuma and Nelson Mandela, in a very explicit manner, has sparked critisim on social media.
City Power aims to complete planned outages before winter
There have been power outages recently due to ongoing routine maintenance to update old electrical equipment.
City of Joburg seeks court order to demolish Alex shacks
Following this weekend’s land invasion, the municipality is seeking a court order against the residents in Granville, Alexandra.
Cope to lay charges against Mbalula over Dlamini-Zuma security
The party says it is unjust that former African Union chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma continues to be protected by the Presidential Protection Unit.
Easter traffic expected to start peaking on SA roads
Traffic volumes are expected to start rising along all major freeways from today as holidaymakers begin to travel for the Easter long weekend.
Opposition: ANC imploding under Zuma's leadership
The EFF, DA, IFP, UDM, ACDP, Cope and APC will be marching to the Union Buildings to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
Opposition parties push for more mass action against Zuma
The DA, EFF, ACDP & Congress of the People are among the opposition parties planning on marching against President Zuma’s leadership on Wednesday.
Nehawu to continue strike for better salaries and working conditions
Striking social workers and auxiliary workers are apparently responsible for the mayhem at Gauteng child and youth care centres.