Suspended Danny Msiza being tapped up for Limpopo ANC secretary position
Danny Msiza is currently out of office due to the party’s step aside resolution, which calls for those facing charges to voluntarily vacate their offices or be summarily suspended.
ANC Sekhukhune regional leaders back Ramaphosa to lead party for second term
They’re backing him ahead of the highly anticipated elective conference of the organisation taking place at the end of the year.
Maharaj: ANC must renew itself or risk being relegated to dustbins of history
In a wide-ranging interview with Eyewitness News this week, long-standing ANC member Mac Maharaj placed the blame for some of the ANC’s current problems on careerism which he said seeped into the party post-1994.
'Andidikwe': EC Health MEC Gomba apologises for virtual briefing blunder
Gomba was criticised after she was heard complaining about being irritated or fed up shortly after she concluded her remarks in the televised briefing on Tuesday evening.
First heatwave to hit Gauteng this week, CT cold and wet
Victoria Nurse from the South African Weather Service says that temperatures will increase next week and will remain high for the next two weeks.
[WATCH] Jacob Zuma: The fall of an ANC son, put to the sword by his comrades
Eyewitness News analyses Jacob Zuma's political life and times, looking back at his highs, many lows and controversies.
Dlamini Zuma backer Nomvula Mokonyane denies calling for top six vote recount
Nomvula Mokonyane is denying claims that she, amongst other things, requested a recount that delayed the announcement of results from the election of top six officials.
Mugabe makes first public appearance since military takeover
President Robert Mugabe is said to be attending a graduation ceremony at a university in the capital.
Gauteng police vow to find killers of four Soweto women
Gauteng police commissioner Deliwe de Lange has confirmed that a special task team has been set up to investigate the murders.
Task team set up to investigate recent murders of women
Three men have been arrested in connection with the murders of women in Soweto.
Former Eskom head Molefe to be sworn in as MP
Brian Molefe left Eskom last year after he was implicated in the Public Protector's 'State of Capture' report.
UPDATE: Six killed by toxic fumes at Durban military facility
At least 26 other people have been taken to hospital after inhaling the dangerous fumes.
Ramaphosa: Only Cosatu refused to sign minimum wage deal
The labour federation says its members want a monthly minimum wage of R4,500 which cannot be achieved on the agreed R20 an hour.
Reports: More than 100 killed in botched Nigerian air strike
An air force fighter jet on a mission against Boko Haram extremists reportedly mistakenly bombed a refugee camp.
Death toll up to 13, reckless driving blamed for WC collision
A child remains in a critical condition after a bus and taxi collided on the N1 inbound near Worcester.
36 inmates sustain injuries in Leeuwkop prison fire
Emergency services say two prisoners are in a critical condition.
ANC to end long wait for NEC meeting outcome on Tuesday
The party has released a statement saying they will brief media on the meeting which is said to have revolved around discussions on Zuma’s fate as leader.
Death toll in Mozambican tanker explosion rises to 80
The truck exploded last week killing 43 people instantly and injuring dozens more.