DA 'factional warfare' prompts IRR to 'save' SA opposition parties
The institute said it was, in fact, its job to 'interfere' in the affairs of business, government, and political parties 'all the time to win their support for policies that will ensure South Africa’s success and the prosperity of all its people'.
DA slams 'obsessive' IRR for calling on Maimane to step down in opinion piece
IRR analyst and writer, Hermann Pretorius, penned a piece on Tuesday in which he said the DA was still reeling from its worst electoral performance in the general elections earlier this year.
Tea with Helen: Malema snubs Zille’s offer for a sit down
Tweeps overwhelmingly chose the EFF leader to be part of Helen Zille’s podcast, but he was having none of it.
Media ethics: Right of reply is crucial, says advisor after Primedia inquiry
The inquiry followed allegations of censorship and editorial interference lodged by former 702 host Karima Brown against her former station manager.
5 forms of modern slavery you should know about
Does one need to be chained to be a slave in 2019? No, because the concept of slavery has been redefined to take into account modern-day changes.
Mboweni to meet with ANC top six on Monday over economic growth plan
The minister had come under fire from the ANC’s alliance partners who accused him of failing to consult with them before the document’s public release.
Maimane: Guptas & Zuma were not the first - or last - to capture the state
'If you think what we ought to be doing is just attacking one person, you are wrong. We must attack the whole system,' DA leader Mmusi Maimane said.
Claims I abused CR17 funds based on malice - Ntshavheni
The minister said she had publicly declared that she was part of a group of ANC leaders and members in Limpopo who had campaigned for Ramaphosa.
EFF: Mokwele's R40k proves Ramaphosa knew about ANC CR17 donations
According to a statement released by the EFF on Sunday, Tebogo Mokwele apparently told the party that she received the money after asking President Cyril Ramaphosa for assistance with a bereavement.
Highlights of Ramaphosa’s affidavit to Zondo inquiry
Here is a summary of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s affidavit submitted to the Zondo commission.
Zondo inquiry releases Ramaphosa affidavit
The Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said Cyril Ramaphosa accepted that an affidavit was necessary and indicated he would furnish the commission with it.
What’s wrong with Mkhwebane’s report? 6 arguments Gordhan made
Here are the six main arguments made by Minister Pravin Gordhan’s legal team in his urgent application to interdict Busisiwe Mkhwebane's report into the so-called rogue unit.
Sarb-Absa report: 5 findings the ConCourt made against Mkhwebane
The majority judgment by Justices Sisi Khampepe and Leona Theron said the Public Protector's conduct warranted the personal costs order against her.
EFF calls on Ramaphosa to take leave of absence to clear his name
In a statement on Sunday evening, the red berets said the president was conflicted and should be on leave until his name is cleared.
7 key quotes from Ramaphosa’s PP report briefing
The president said it was necessary for him to make a statement on the findings by the Public Protector into the Bosasa donation to his 2017 ANC presidential campaign and to reaffirm that the work he was elected to do in government would continue.
State capture: 5 Mentor claims Zuma has denied
Here are the five allegations the former president denied during his second day of testimony at the commission on Tuesday.
Zuma’s legal team: Our client is being unfairly treated
Advocate Thabani Masuku, representing Zuma, said the commission shouldn’t ask questions his client isn’t prepared to answer.
Gordhan lodges urgent court application to interdict Mkhwebane's report
The minister’s lawyers confirmed this in a statement on Wednesday evening.